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I'm back. Hungover as fuck. I have a new microphone arriving monday and I have some really sweet gigs I'm lining-up... some pipe organs/concert halls that are just fantastic. I lit'rally cannot wait.
Also, I <3 moot
made this track and I think it sound a lil bit like Asap rocky- pretty flacko 2
,but cant add something that will sound allright with that gangsta string , i dont know notes and chord progression :(
What will be your advice?
can anyone help me out here?
I just got a focusrite 2i2, and it seems to be compressing the signal. First half is guitar>effects>2i2>computer, second half is guitar>effects>computer. What am I doing wrong?
I've been thinking about how great it would be to have this simple tool to create a surround sound.
The basic idea is to have a program in which you place instruments or sound in to a 2D visual plain, like I have on my picture, and the program would mix the sounds so that when listened to on your headphone (I'm pretty sure this would only work well for headphones) it sound like it's coming from the direction you have placed it in the plain relative to the listener.
I think the program would use stereo panning reverbs and the stereo offset for wide stereo feel and reverbs and EQs to make distant sounds and to simulate how sounds coming from certain direction react with your auricle.
You could also make the instruments or the listener move around the plain.
The whole thing could also 3D which would be
Did you try increasing the gain on the focusrite? If the focusrite comes with software then it could be a setting in that but I don't own one so I dunno.
well yeah it can do live recording. all daw's can pretty much do everything but the workflow is different. some workflows are live recordings oriented such as the ones mention and some are more bleep oriented such as ableton and renoise.
pick the one you like most though. I'm sure like music like itaots can be done in ableton too. just remember to read the manual.
Hey, I have an idea.
It's a weird Idea but it mite b fun.
We make a /prod/ collab album, named "give us two more beers", that way we get to know each other and have fun and stuff.
Then we sell it on bandcamp, and use the funds to pay that guy on discogs that has the actual album to fix his shit and rip it for us.
Is this completely retarded?
/mu/ collabs tend to fall apart pretty quickly (oceangrunge album last year/ that time /mu/ tried to get a label started)
it's because 90 percent of the people on /mu/ are slackers who don't really do well at planning shit out
not completely retarded
Selling the album and moving money to where its supposed to go is probably near impossible but as a fun project it could work with a lot of tricky organization
i'd be down for this. maybe it wouldn't be so much a collab on individual songs, but like an album where everyone throws in a song. i dunno about selling it through haha who would buy it? this reminds me of the song 'challenge' we did that one time like 6 months ago. it'd basically be that except we put it on bandcamp unless we have a theme or genre we fit into.
Uploaded this beat a few minutes ago. Was working on it a while but ran into a mental block and couldn't figure out how to add decent progression so just faded it in and out using what I consider to be the best part.
Done in ableton. The main sample is traditional indonesian music.
I tried to do that a while ago. posted a bunch of clyp.its that were 'public domain' of /prod/ and got a few replies but it seemed like no one did anything with them nor was really interested in it.
I think its because if people would spend time and work on their daw they'd rather do it for themselves.
I'm deff still down for it 100% tho gotta find how to organize it maybe set up a google drive or Dropbox for /prod/ to use.
I'm okay to work with you. An album is maybe a bit ambitious but we could make groupe of 2-3 people for each tracks.
We could do something on twitch. One guy is hosting ableton. The others in the chat give rec and share samples.
It's saturday, i'm working on boring music alone. I'm okay to start right now.
Collabs or contests have been the death of these threads time and time again.
Gotta find some way to keep it nice and casual. Just my two cents.