>What DAW should I use?https://rentry.org/dmpdoc>Where can I learn about using trackers?https://resources.openmpt.org/tracker_handbook/handbook.htmWiki:https://mu-sic-production.fandom.com/wiki//mu/sic_Production_WikiPrevious: >>86863106
>>86907673Why haven't you invested $4000+ in a USB cable yet? You DO want to make sure your digital audio data transitioned smoothly to your DAC, right?
>/g/ makes a fourth albumArtist: AnonymousTheme: Sample challengeTitle: cd SamplesCover art: https://desu-usergeneratedcontent.xyz/g/image/1645/10/1645106405801.jpgRules: You have to use at least one sample from this pack: https://www.mediafire.com/file/nmn6ws66q31qnwt/Submission deadline: Midnight between the 13th and the 14th of June (UTC)Upload the file somewhere and post the link here.If possible use a lossless format and upload to a file-sharing service, not to a music site like SoundCloud or Vocaroo.IMPORTANT: Include the title of the song in the post. Don't rely on us reading it from the filename or tags.IMPORTANT: Songs that contain anything against YouTube's policies won't be oploaded on YT (but will still be added to the album)>/g/ makes a fifth albumTheme: Love songs (not necessarily romantic, can also be bro)Title: "My only bugs are the butterflies in my stomach"Artist: Whatever you choose for your track, and "Anonymous" for the songs without an artist name.Please suggest covers for the next few days.>Where can I hear the previous albums?https://rentry.org/dmpalbums
>>86908353Look at the pic he chose. OP is clearly the shitposter/troll, and he made the thread at 308 replies (even if he could've waited hours after the bump limit at 310) just so he could have his link at the top.
>>86908103stop looking at my phones cameras
>>86908373>OP is clearly the shitposter/troll,this
>>86908410post your work
>>86907673I really need a midi knob/fader controller. I bought a keystep and while it has an arpeggiator and a sequencer i never use, it does not have any mappable knobs at all. It has one lousy modulation slider. I think need some mappable knobs. I can't decide between the choices i have here though .1. Buy a knob controller2. Make your own knob controller3. Buy another midi keyboard that has mappable controls, but is 32 keys, because of space.
>>86908659For me, it's buying an 88-key digital piano and a 49-key novation launchkey.
>>86908659its truly retarded but i have an akai mini on my desk and it gets used
>>86908659the keystep 37 has four mappable knobs. you should have bought the 37.midi fighter twister for 4x4 encodershttps://intech.studio/shop/modules/po16 for 4x4 potentiometerskorg and arturia and akai have a bunch of controllers with knobs and sliders and jogwheels.>because of spacedepends on what you have. If you've got a keyboard synth on your desk, try using it as a midi controller.
>>86907673hey guys, i started on this track the other day so i've maybe put 3 hours into it total, it's only 16 bars and it's obviously not finished yet but i'm interested to see what you guys think of it so far.it kinda starts in the middle of the song because i haven't figured out how to start it, and it ends very abruptly because i haven't finished it yet.here it is: https://voca.ro/12vM8vmmuC0T
>>86908659See if you can find a secondhand pic related.Probably get one $50 on eBay if you're lucky.
>>86908562another night, another magnum opushttps://voca.ro/1yZqWN5YVW8H
>>86907736I really like the neocities one.
>>86909032Oah... 4×4 rotary encoders with push... I wish they also did a ribbon slider so I wouldn't have to build my ideal controller.
>>86907565>did you use third party libraries at all? I'm on top of getting ITB results that are indistinguishable man, its an addiction to me, it's a serious problem in my life. But, i can tell you that fucking nothing holds a candle, and very ew things come even within the same realm of nebula 4 with Tim Petherick, Cupwise, and alexB libraries. Plus azzimov's skins?? ooooof. I hate the damn plugin, fuck the company, but i look at it as a worthwhile price to pay for the sheer results you can achieve ITB with those devs libraries.I used a few 3rd party ones, hard to remember the name of each one as it was nearly 7 years ago, alexB, Henry Oolonga, plenty of tape and weird cassette deck captures. I agree it's hard to overstate the return in audio quality. Even back then in its buggy state, engineers were selling off entire studios in favor of this. >The only possible comparison to nebula I've touched or found is external DSPing expansions, like UAD, apogee, etc. But, with audiogridder? shit man, a mac mini c2d from 08 or 09 has me able to run 2-10 or so instances of nebula per track on 12 track projects. no freezing, no dropout, never above 75% cpu, no bouncing tracks. idk, sorry im autistic and passionate about thisThis audiogridder thing looks pretty cool, I didn't really catch how it works, does it supply the server side, couldn't see a payment plan? I'm kinda icky about proprietary Apogee/UAD stuff as well as iLok companies like Softube. Kazrog's True Iron, Analog Obsession and NoiseAsh have some VST plugs that find their way into my workflow, NoiseAsh's Pultec is incredible imho if you just want the ridiculous pleasing air boost thing. There are some amp and gear impulse responses out there that can be used and abused to add grit and 3D to a signal as well.
https://teenage.engineeringThey did it again lads$1999 US Dollarydols
>>86910572They're trying so hard to be Synth Apple.
>>86910611Imagine Teenage Engineering X AbletonJust typing it out makes me want to punch myself
>>86910882Ableton already does their own shit. A coop would require you to use needles to use the pads.
Do I just have brainrot or why can't I get started making music in Reaper? I used to make music in GarageBand when I was 12. I have used Reaper for years for random shit and learning how DAWs work, but I haven't actually managed to get up a basic setup of musical instrument plugins so that I could actually start making music.A few years ago I installed free Kontakt Player but setting it up was so freaking convoluted with all the registrations and multi-track routing that I gave up. I've also tried TX16Wx sampler and downloading random sample packs off the internet, but browsing through sounds in file browser is clunky and pretty much doesn't even work in default state unless you know which of the 50 unlabeled buttons to press.I like how Reaper is lightweight and has powerful features and I have quite bit or experience with it so I don't want to abadon it, but holy shit at this point I just need something user friendly that works out of the box with a reasonable collection of sounds, because my brainrot can't handle it otherwise. Be it plugins or DAW.Here's a piece I made when I was 13: https://files.catbox.moe/3uer5y.mp3
>>86912346try hardware. mc101, polyend tracker, circuit rhythm. watch youtube videos to get an idea of what the workflow is like and which you'd prefer, get it, starting making music away from a computer or a phone, when you're comfortable record it back into Reaper or recreate it in Reaper.
Why do a lot of modern DAWs have shitty external midi support like FL for example. I started using Cakewalk and it is great for me since it can do sysex and has proper midi which is really nice for programming synths or using romplers and its free on top of that.
>>86907673OP-1 Field released.Thread: >>86913547https://teenage.engineering/products/op-1
>>86912346Reaper is just not inspiring to use desu. I found that the switch to any other DAW is massively inspirational, even if this DAW has lesser stock content than others.
>>86913578does it also have the 'marx was right' image?
i wish there was a way to smooth out pitch bends done with a computer keyboard/button. like i should be able to trigger an envelope style LFO attached to detune or something... currently i have two keys set up to send CC mapped to pitch bend but it just absolutely and instantaneously moves to the bent position instead of sliding there. so it becomes more of a momentary transpose button rather than vibrato control.
>>86915632I’m sure there are max devices to trigger that, and ableton also has an automation smooth option (I’d imagine other daws do as wel)
>>86915892>maxfound one that kinda does what i want more or less. thanks for the suggestion.
>>86914717can you use a name so i can filter your posts!
A couple of ideas before bed. I have a really hard time writing past this point.https://voca.ro/1395uZhylaS3https://voca.ro/1ejeGxD5M6hj
>>86912452>polyend tracker>hardwareit's merely renoise but in a box. people are better off buying a copy of renoise, and it has all the same features and at least has vst support.>>86913578nobody gives a shit. it's terrible.>>86918904> $2000 later..> sounds like shit but hey you can do this <fucking garbage>you need to apologize to everyone for subjecting us to this insufferable trash.
>>86919905why are you singling out the Tracker? >x >hardware, "people are better off buying a DAW" is as true of all of them.
>>86921026what reverb on what instrument for how long at what wet/dry have you tried gate? have you tried a different reverb
>>86918285i found doing loosish covers helps a lot with arranging because obviously it’s not really your musical material so you can jump straight to it and start deeper in the process than you otherwise would
>ctrl-f>sunvox>phrase not foundReally?
>>86921130it's cool and all, but the default interface is too compromised by the Touch UI and just sucks on anything productive (i.e., not any touch interface). It really needs a lot of work to compete on UI vs. Renoise or the new hardware trackers. Even something like the edit step: sunvox has +1/-1 hotkeys and a touch UI for 0..16 below the lock icon. Renoise has an equivalent mouse UI but also hotkeys to set a specific edit step. The m8 doesn't have edit steps at all but is fast enough to use that you don't mind. The polyend tracker has an edit step soft key and then you can +1/-1 the value with the jogwheel or use the grid to enter an exact value. Summary: the sunvox has the shittiest keyboard option and a tolerable mouse option. Renoise+polyend let you instantly switch between common edit steps. Result: the first fucking thing you do, lay down some basic drums (edit step 4, edit step 8, edit step 2), is frustrating on sunvox unless you're using an android and don't notice because everything's equally frustrating.
The Chad synthesizer.
actually so good wtf
Reminder to post covers for the love album
When i export audio in FL studio it sounds very different from how it sounds editor preview. I'm a total noob and my settings are default pls help
Ableton's Analog is so fucking underrated
>>86926272yeah it is tho isn’t it i love it too kinda almost makes up for all their laziness on other departments
>>86907673I got an Akai DR4d for $40, how'd I do?
>>86926687>recording in 4 dimensions
Anything interesting this year?
What did Native Instruments mean by this?
airwindows is based
>>86927500FreeI do the bulk of my mixing with stock ableton but all the *spice* and depth and little details come from AIRWINDOWSI’ve been working on the final touches of a few mixes the past few days and one thing I noticed was that my vocals lack the *air* of pro tracks and the little EQ bumps weren’t cutting it- you know what did?AIRWINDOWSAir2 and Energy2 really add that lil something...You have the option to get pure wet signals and you can see it’s not just something you can add with an EQ boost or whatever. Chris is a wizard and I love him
>>86928062hes got all that random schzio shit that just makes your eyes pop out
based or cringe? i really want one desu because to get an upgraded laptop or computer with a proper DAW like cubase would end up being considerably more than this thing is used (like 1500$)
>>86928228>they want a 4x4 pad pad and a 4x4 knob pad>lets give it to them >but only with a tablet
>>86928246im on the opposite end, i really think the touchscreen is neat because it seems to allow for a less cumbersome workflow. legacy workflows are for fags
does anyone here unironically use open source daws/trackers or whatever it's called?
>>86928560yes but they're not the people you want to get advice from if your goal is to actually make music
>>86928708is proprietary software neccesary for "actually making music"?
>>86928845not at all
>using an expensive groovebox as an audio device>because the audio device I bought has mono (terrible disease)>because the mixer I attached to the audio interface adds noiseI've made a series of mistakes
>>86928288i want the fucking 4x4 knobs pad and pads pad where do i buy it i have a fucking akaki mini and an apc40mk2
i have done worse it’s ok
why do my acid basslines always sound like garbage bros?they always sound like i'm small pp :(
>>86907673Where is OpenModPlugTracker in this image?
>>86928708>yes but they're not the people you want to get advice from if your goal is to actually make musicDude, just shut up. You don't know what you are talking about. You don't know how capable free software is. There is irrefutable proof, that a DAW like LMMS can be used for professional productions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvMg-ZOAQW4
>>86929381Did I say they weren't capable? No you stupid faggot, the post was about the people who use themyou FOSS fags are this boards version of reaper users
>>86927045Massive X?More like Massive History X
somebody share IDM sound design inspo or concepts pls??? I feel... the... block... creeping uphttps://youtu.be/6oXvEbtx4L4?t=928vid not related I just need a mental reset so I can actually get something worthwhile done today,,,,,,
>>86929611One Punch Man season 2 Genos fight scenes
>>86929643>Season 2don't remind mebut lol okay
>>86929504Nice backpedaling, but it's too late. You have already humiliated yourself.
>>86929643fuck that ending right wow what a ball buster, and after all these years, next issue i’m sure tho right flipping it right???
>>86929981Remember everybody crying about the animation quality drop??? lmao
>>86930024i neither cried nor watched i merely accepted i would never get a good opm anime and instead focused on muratas evolving virtuosity
>>86930024wait you mean you haven’t read both the webcomic and are up to date with the manga as of last night?
>>86930040based life accepter (sometimes)>>86930059reading is for nerds I don't even read 4channel threads I just respond based on what I imagine the other person is saying in response to what I think I just said (don't reread what I type either of course that's why so many typos)
Why the fuck is there a dedicated OP-1 Field thread, and why is it more active than this one?
>>86931786why are insufferable gear fags such insufferable gear fags?
>>86924742I was serious when I posted the "too soon girl" a couple threads back...I have too many unorganized images to find it again, so I'm hoping someone saved it.
>>86932836We need more suggestions so we can vote
>>86907673 (OP)As a LMMS user this is 100% correct.You can not believe what level of Ear Raping AIDS the default instruments are (the loonix meme made real) in LMMS. And what level of complexity you need to introduce to make them a little less ear raping however still AIDS.However I'm to stubborn and obsessed over making strange sounds to stop.Any tutorial on how to actually use LMMS ?
it's a sign bros...brb giving up on 30% of my dreams
>>86934381What's a sign?
>>86934390The attached image of an adorable anime girl holding a guitar and saying to forget the dream anonit's like chasing flashes in the sky one must give in to the currents and enjoy the ride... lest they find themselves battered and exhausted at the sea floor...,,,,,, too soon... too soon,,, . . ..or the dumb whale..,,, in... the... sky,,,holy shit I can't believe I never got that in re:zero i'm so dumm
>>86934560I don't think making important life decisions based on what you happen to see in your day is very wise.
>follow the supercollider docs to set audio device>ERROR: Message 'devices' not understood.thanks, i hate it
>>86934685>not basing life decisions on what you see...???if that was supposed to be a joke about my completely serious post it was poorly wordedI want to quote a bit I read on an /x/ divination guide but I didn't see it immediately- "signs" or tarot etc are merely tools to interpret a situation.Framing a decision as being based on a chance viewing of an anime is a joke but my feelings about writing/producing rock songs being a waste of time has been recurring>>86934806Hey anon I made a midi send signal on SC once and i'm kind of an expert lmk if you need help making Autechre type beats
>>86935286>Framing a decision as being based on a chance viewing of an anime is a jokeOk I thought you were serious, which looking back was pretty stupid, but in my defense, my family unironically believes in this stuff to the point where it has had severe repercussions lol, so my cutoff for "it has to be a joke" is way higher than it should be.I'm sorry and I want to apologize.>my feelings about writing/producing rock songs being a waste of time has been recurringWas 30% of oyur dream to make rock music full time?You can still make it right now and incorporate the influences in whatever non-rock music you end up doing, or vice versa. IDK, I don't have anything useful to say, I just want to make up for the blunder above.
>>86935286i've switched to learning csound
>>86935454lol it makes sense now that you've explained yourself, it's all good m808My only "goal" is just to make the music I want and not have to do anything else. 30% is probably overshooting it by a lot but a good chunk of the music I think about making is rock- I just can't justify the cost to benefit ratio with how much time it takes compared to working on other genres, especially since I regard it as more of a "side" goal rather than a serious pursuit.The only reason the thought lingers is just because it's what I grew up on and learned music through initially/blog pls don't indulge this
>>86935614If that's what gives you joy, you could probably figure out a way to make it work, even if with some sort of compromise.I wouldn't expect it to be easy, but if you're an aspiring musician you're probably not to averse to a high-risk-high-reward strategy.
synth1 is fucking great but has 2 bugs that really mess things uphow hasn't this been fixed yet
>>86935930dis nigga still going on about the bugs
>>86935930>how hasn't this been fixed yetIt's an eight yo beta
>>86935614>music for yourselfwhen will you get bored of that?
>>86934381Is this also the universe trying to tell me something...?How many years ago was the Dreams remix?>>86934560>or the dumb whale..,,, in... the... sky,,,Damn white whales...That gives me an idea.Can I propose the theme of Children's Songs as an option for after the Love Theme?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDx9zqDpSik..Just kidding.. way too early.But, still, that would be pretty cool, wouldn't it?
i expected csound to be extremely barebones like puredata. it's crazy how much stuff it has.
I DONT WANT TO RESAMPLE I WANT TO HAVE EVERY SINGLE THING PROCESSING IN REAL TIME nNnnooo
Use this little icon to lock automation, allowing you to move clips around without overwriting automation at the target position.
>>86939350you cant make me.
>>86935813Maybe in the future... idk I just need to stay focused....>>86937577Nani>>86937720You have dreams every night!It means something!
Nothing more than this will be needed
>>86907673Why is there a happy pepe here. Adobe Audition is creative cloud and that shit is the ultimate pas us so you can "own nothing be happy" 2 should be swapped, Au is onions, Logic Pro is Happy Pepe!
>>86939350FUCKING HELL how did I not know this
>>86909182>https://voca.ro/1yZqWN5YVW8HComfy. I like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9j-burCRX3U&list=PLKtSsQFPB7SugSqHCfFIXMFeI4sqq2iNE&index=11&t=32>>86909078>here it is: https://voca.ro/12vM8vmmuC0T (embed)I enjoy it but by about 12 seconds I feel it's getting stale by itself. I would insert a new part with a different field or a different melody over the muted do do do do bit for a while, and then after that melody concludes you can include the remaining seconds and riffs after 12 seconds as a refrain.>>86912346>Here's a piece I made when I was 13: https://files.catbox.moe/3uer5y.mp3I like arpeggios. I think they would be better with some kind of micro-dynamics per note though.
2036 (Qeb) boom-bap and wonky however... I could never!https://vocaroo.com/1c2X50hqRZqR
>>86933210>And what level of complexity you need to introduce to make them a little less ear rapingLMMS is nothing for low IQ users.
>>86925669In the export audio window, there's a box that says "Resampling." By default, it's set to a conservatively low 32-point sinc.The higher you set this value, the more accurately your waveforms will be rendered. I export at 128-point sinc, and it sounds fine to me.
>>86941491>Logic Pro is Happy PepeThis, I paid 200 bucks several years ago for Logic Pro, and got several amazing updates (with new, top-quality stock plugins) for free every timeFeels good winning at life, Applechads
opinions on tracklib?
>>86908659>>86909032>midi fighter twister>paying 240 dollars for 16 knobsi think i have decided that i am just going to make one myself. even if i look at some cheaper options, it still costs almost as much as my keystep. i bought a used, janky mixer on ebay for more money that i am willing to admit, that i am planning to convert into a midi controller; hopefully keep the potentiometers and replace the inputs and outputs with buttons and switches
>>86945187How about some tutorials you ass ?!
Do you separate your writing and mixing stages? I've always mixed on the go and I'm starting to feel it's exactly what has been holding me back all this time
>>86948700Big eq changes and basic compression/leveling quickly while writing and that’s itIf I’m literally in the middle of writing and it’s flowing I don’t stopIt comes along progressively but actual serious mixing happens at the end
>>86948274this is a feature that i imagine would make my worflow faster if i spent the little time it takes to learn to use it but it's automation of the process scares me. like i just tried it and why does it create a new track?i'll stick with creating a new clip, setting the length, turning the metronome and overdub record on, hit play on the clip, then recording my playing, then quantizing. thats probably the slowest workflow though.
>>86948754>it's automationexcuse me, im ESL.
where to buy 12pc 6ft M/F RCA?
>>86945813>got several amazing updates (with new, top quality stock plugins) for free every timeIts not free if you paid 200 dollars for it, cuck.
In anticipation of receiving my Ableton Push 2, I pirated Live 11.1.1, downloaded all the packs, and pirated all the audio packs, and pirated some max plug-ins. I'm over 70 gb.Can't wait to get the Push 2 and make some trap beatz yo. Kidding aside, I'm excited!
>>86949645sell me on this why do i want it
>>86949662Best integration with live. Can visualize all the devices and have instant knob mapping without any config. Polyphonic aftertouch pads. Keys/scales playing. Macros. Can config random chance shit right from push. Can sequence notes on top pads and play on bottom pads. The fact that the pads can be split is amazing. Can change midi note position, length, velocity right on push 2. Visualize shit like spectrum right on the built in screen as you adjust stuff for instant feedback. Sample slicing. Can assign midi in and outs right on the device. Colored pads that actually mean something rather than looking flashy. Copy/paste/delete clips. Browse entire library right there though searching on pc might be faster if you know the name.
>>86929381what the FUCK is that garbage
https://www.embodme.com/>polyphonic XYZ pad>percussion pad that can handle drum sticks or finger drumming>touch faders>resizable note grid>morethis thing is shipping soon. does this make percussion pads in its price range like the Roland Octapad obsolete? because i think accepting sticks is really the only unique thing it brings to the table, aside from just being larger than similar products like the roli block or whatever it's called.
>>86951097Nice. It's like the discontinued Roli and Sensel products merged into one.
>>86951181im rooting for it but it may have the same fate as what you mentioned. being a niche kickstarter thing and all.
>>86949788ok the sample editing looks nice can it be used to easily beat match a recorded sample? it can be tricky dealing with lag while looping sometimes it would be nice if i could easily select the starting postion of the recently recorded sample with a knob
>>86951479Yes you can. Watch this video for all the ways you can slice beats automatically and with using "nudge" to change start/end points. Keep in mind this video was from 5 yrs ago and you can do even more now :)https://youtu.be/PZxizLQHKUg
>>86948529tutorials about what? there are plenty of lmms tuts on youtube. best way is learning by doing. experiment with the daw, automate random parameters. this is how you learn to master lmms.
>>86951097>notchGoddamn it Apple
>>86949788I feel like that would be an absolutely sick controller to use with Renoise, but it looks like it might be a pain-in-the-ass to setup.https://forum.renoise.com/t/midi-note-cc-to-keystroke-possible-via-lua/66923Have fun with your Push! :3https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUnAAg8HLwg
>>86943437Why do you keep posting about this youtuber?Is this you?
>>86952977I wouldn't be surprised if he posts here.I'm 95% sure that Venus Envy has posted in /prod/ too.
>>86952997>Venus EnvyA sex shop?
>>86953020Oh shit, was that a Freudian slip?I meant Venus Theory.
>>86953062When did he post?
https://vocaroo.com/1ay5qDZH0eRjalright /dmp/, I've been working on this for awhile now and could use some feedback. What's it missing and what does it need?>>86950552I think the drums need to be louder, they're really quiet in the mix. So it just sounds like the synth is bouncing around with volume automation instead of being sidechained to the kick. Overall, it sounds like you have some interesting ideas to kick some songs off of. Like at 1:10, that whole jam just needs to be mixed better / flushed out and I could easily see it as some indie dev game music>>86944674If you can figure out how to not have your drums clip so hard, it'd be pretty cool. The kick clipping is just a bit too harsh on my ears, but everything else seems pretty dope. To me, it feels like a vague reminiscence of squarepusher >>86918285>1st songnot much to say other than to finish it, low key really like this anon>2nd songA few thoughts, the drums are too muffled, like i know the style you're going for but that filter on the snare is too much. Lower the resonance a bit and maybe open it up a hair. The synth in the beginning is barely audible, I'd raise the gain a bit to bring it out more in the mix. The pads and bass at 0:27 are killer, its a wonderful soundscape you created - really feels like bougie lounge house music>>86909078your synths are way too loud in the mix, the drums need to be more front and center, especially if you're going for hype kicks. I can tell it has the makings to be a bbc banger tho
>>86953200It feels like months ago. He made some sick parody jams on the quick and the voice sounded spot on, but he never admitted to being him -- he just avoided the question.
This looks cool, it's a modular trackerhttp://jeskola.net/buzz/
>>86949337>hurr durrThe updates are free, and they're free since Logic Pro X got released 9 fucking years ago.
I like Ableton.Thats all.
>>86909078The main synth is much too loud in the mix, also the track gives the impression of going nowhere
>bought Vertigo VSM-3 for $20Great saturation plugin, useful on everything and quite tweakable. I like it better than Decapitator or Black Box HG-2 so far.
>>86953568Still paid 200 dollars making it not free, release date doesn't change that.
>>86907673What's wrong with lmms?
>>86954160The GUI is unresponsive and unintuitive, the workflow too closely resembles Fruity Loops (and Fruity Loops has an objective unproductive workflow, the whole "everything is a midi loop and you need to make a new similar midi loop for an instrument to throw variations into your tracks" workflow) except it lacks the cool parts of the Fruity Loops workflow like the channel rack. Not to mention it generally lacks a lot of features.
>>86953242>https://vocaroo.com/1ay5qDZH0eRjcomposition aside, the first thing that jumped out was how overly bright and forward you left everything- the lacks any sense of depth because of itfor stuff like those little noise effects and sustained strings for example: if you shelved out the highs heavily, lowered the volume, and added a dash of reverb or echo you'd instantly have a sense of space in this track; the song is okay but if you applied that concept everywhere I think you'd have something a lot nicer
>>86953730We're talking about the updates, big boy>inb4 yeah but you paid $200 so it's not freeAbleton users paid a ton in updates since 2013 lol
any good opensource software related yet?
Does anyone have know where I could find a balalaika soundfounts or ethnic insturments soundfounts? I plan to use them to make scores for bosses.
>>86955463Forget soundfonts brother. We're in the 21st centuryhttps://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5733435https://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5378690https://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5350129https://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5202339https://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5202328
>>86955509I'm am actually interested in this setup, how would I integrate this into something like LMMS or ableton?
>>86955550Torrent the Kontakt VST
>>86955568Ok thank you.
Bros I keep getting a *stange* feel and falling asleep at weird hours during the day and it keeps getting in the way of music and it feels bad!I heard there are like pills to prevent this from happening have you ever had this problem before...?I don’t like writing at night because the moon gives me power and my songs feel less angry because no conflict(Bump)
>>86956409Have you tried taking 30 min naps? Or drinking tea?Don't do drugs dumbass.
>>86956446Yeah 30 minutes sometimes turns to 3 hours though it’s dangerous...Caffeine doesn’t help keep me up I didn’t have this problem until I stopped taking drugs though! (Drug drugs, antidepressants actually made it literally 10 times worse)
>>86956409Losing power for two days did me some good.. could you force yourself not to turn on lights and look at computer screens when it gets dark?
>>86956542Well I can try... im avoiding sitting in my bed without the intention of sleeping to help the conditioning etcAlso I just put up e-girl lights so keeping it dark will be easier now
>>86907725track name: comahttps://vocaroo.com/1bEXgLQ0Tsrr
How do I make songs on linux
Very excited. Got an electric guitar. Boys we are gonna get some ROCK in this album, or I'm a faggot: and I didn't buy lube
>>86958065>didn't buy lubemy favorite example of anthony kiedes in-explicitly calling somebody a faggot in scar tissue is the story of how one of their early replacement guitarists for Slovak would always wine before shows and ask "h- hey guys has anybody seen my fretease??" (fingerease or whatever that lubricant is some guys use to make their hands slide on the guitar neck easier) like bro you're playing punk in a dive right now wtf lmaothat's cool though bro new instruments are always fun :]
also I found a more explicit way to mix in dubstep in an *alternative* style over IDM type drum chops with the autotune etc and i'm calling it hyperstep for now
>>86958154>autotunehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQwgXsNv8FMEEE(YOU)You had me up until that point.
>>86958218Some will have it some will scream and some will be without vocals altogether but that’s *a little* too traditional for me- only time will tell where the people take it
>when you do the external instrument wizard lag shit and everything syncs
So is Reaper ever getting native support (ie, not a janky plugin like MPL) for retrospective record?
>open old song>missing instruments, corrupted channels>somehow sounds better and more interesting than it originally did
so I slice|slice|slice with simpler a lot- i've got a workflow that works around using it like that and it's great and all but obviously the lack of being able to scrub and stretch outside of those slices once printed is a huge drawback my dream feature in ableton is something that functions exactly the same but then has an "apply to clip" function that would arrange the original audio into a new track with all automation and pitch information etc- huge bonus if it could be applied to audio that isn't the original or even the same length as welli've used da vinci resolve lightly and there's like light and marker information that you can apply to other clips and t b h it's upsetting to see so many interesting concepts in video editing not being applied to audio :'(
>>86907673damn the whistling pepe in OP looks so happy, it makes me want to try whatever adobe shit this is
Anyone knows if the experience of using Bitwig and Yabridge for Windows VSTs is actually great?
>>86956409What kind of strange feeling?Do you know what's causing it?
>>86957040Can you upload a lossless version?
>>86960262>What kind of strange feeling?Like, you ever feel really sad and sluggish for seemingly no reason and nothing makes it better and you feel like nothing will *ever* make it better..??Idk man, super weird....
>>86960608Yeah it sucks. Sorry to hear you're going through this. Hope it gets better.Is there something you know is causing it or is it truly for no reason at all?
>>86907673>RenoiseYes, best tool for electronic music.Trackers are just fucking superior.
>>86960648lawl thanks, I’ve honestly been decent lately, just had a slightly weird mood the past few days affecting my sleepThere are specific life circumstances that make it worse but I’ve been like this since I was a child- just gotta make music about it :) :(
>>86944308>>86953242>>86953616thanks guys! (i'm >>86909078) i will definitely take that advice on board, i'm quite new to this still :)
>>86910882time to prepare an alternativethe OPen-1 if you will
>>86926929>hours pass>no answeryea...
>>86941452... except the budget option
>>86961345what is the budget option?
>>86961351exactlymore like WHERE IS IT
>>86960832Wish you the best friend, hopefully it's just a bad few days thing.
>>86908103This is why I keep a microcasette recorder next to the bed for the times when my brain starts playing music when I'm falling asleep. I sing or hum whatever it is then pick it up later.
>>86910572>https://teenage.engineeringFor half the money you could get an iPad Air and a Korg Nanokey Studio. I expect these OP-1s will be found on Reverb in mint condition when hipsters find they need to pay the rent.
BumpBout to get x rayed lol
>>86962340>not field recording your x-ray
>>86962412Decided not to go because $$$This shit is fucking ridiculous
anyone make music with free software? what is the blender of DAWs?
>>86963055>what is the blender of DAWs?Reaper.>but it's not free!Correct, and you will never find a good FOSS DAW. It's too niche of a field with too much work required. No big companies are going to bankroll it, but it's also not something you can just make (well) in your spare time on top of a regular job.
>>86963055>>86963492Sunvox is pretty good, but is a little bit weird and lacks VST support... and I'm not entirely sure that it's open source, it might only have source released for old versions.Renoise is the more practical alternative to it.LMMS is the open source DAW that I've heard mentioned a few times here.Audacity is also... an open source application.
what is a good sampler for ableton? i’m considering using even fuckin traktor so i can slice up my incoming loops
What's the best groovebox for a retard such as myself who just wants to sit outside and fuck around making music with my partner?>inb4 teenage.retards or some other garboI said I'm a retard, not a sucker.
>>86965455Elektron Digitakt? Or simply a laptop with Ableton Live and Push 2.
>>86965455Octatrack or Polyend Tracker :)
>>86965455"sit outside and fuck around making music" is not that specific, but to narrow it down by preferring internal batteries (heavy emphasis), handheld operation, screens that won't suck in bright light, and speakers,1. the op-z (teenage engineering, honestly very good except for being made out of soft garbage components)2. the Novation Circuit Rhythm (no speaker, no handheld operation)3. the Dirtywave M8 (tracker worfklow, preorder now and you'll still not get one until some time in September)4. the Synthstrom Deluge (you're taking this thing outside?! ... well if it gets fucked up at least you can always ship it to New Zealand for maintenance, for a few hundred dollars)If the emphasis should be more on "retard" and should mean "I don't want to spend a lot of money because it will be wasted on me", forget the groovebox and get a handheld instrument like a harmonica, a kalimba, a Yamaha Venova, an Otamatone, a Cajon Box Drum.If the emphasis should be more on "retard" and should mean "I know literally nothing about music but still want to fuck around with a groovebox outside", get the Circuit Rhythm.
Bump for Xfer OTT
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=fl+studio+21&sp=CAI%253DI'm guessing that all these people fell for some malicious link, yeah?
>>86969486It appears that way...Weird thing to spam lol
Literally 3 things left on my to do list for this song and laptop is trying to make me anhero fuck this smug little bitch -___-
>>86969486why do people still go to youtube for pirated stuff, it's just a virus 95% of the time
>>86969970because kiddos go to youtube first like people used to go to wikihow lmaoconsolidation of internet resources man... it hits...
>>86965455MPC Live 2 is battery powered
>>86969970>it's just a virusGood synth tho
I know i'm consooming but how's the Roland SE-02 for a budget Moog? I know I can just use VSTs but I'd like something authentically analog and physical.
>>86972015use the fucking VST
>>86972015The Behringer Model D is cheaper and will have a more authentic Moog sound, as well as a bigger interface (the SE-02 is tiny). However the SE-02 is the second next best thing in the “budget” category if you want Moog, and it has patch memory.I’d go for the Behringer desu.
>>86907673no one uses eJay?
>>86972047>Model DCool, thanks for bringing that to my attention. Hard choice between the two but I think I'll try the Model D first. Then I'll go back to grinding Surge.
is it dumb for me to want to step sequence scenes/clips in Live? im thinking i might buy a Roland T-8 or Launchpad Pro then, a bit of a drag, but have to convert the note sequencer data to CCs mapped to launch scenes, and work this way.
>>86972092>is it dumb for me to want to step sequence scenes/clips in Live?No? but maybe you might like a tracker at that point.
>>86972101>trackerhmm you're right, i might be emulating that workflow without even knowing it. it may be time to download one and see if i like it.
>>86972109If you don't want to completely abandon Ableton. The Renoise team has Redux as a tracker plug-in. Though depending, Renoise itself might just be the better deal.
>>86972080Not having patch memory (like the Model D) can be a significant drawback if you’re coming from the plugin world, so the SE-02 would be the better choice if you like to browse presets or create sounds you’ll use later. But the Model D has the better sound for sure.
>>86972125im glad i posted now because Redux from Renoise looks really attractive for sample based work and honestly, i didnt want to abandon Ableton completely, as you've suggested. it might even be able to do midi too, im not sure yet.
>>86961495so much easier when you start thinking about tracks as a story that takes place in an environment. your brain is much better at remembering this sort of thing longer term
>>86963055>>86963492>>86963640plenty of people legitimately use Ardour. it is very functional these days
>>86972418not her but i'll check it out thanks