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DJ JOKER
« on: July 11, 2017, 08:28:02 pm »
yet another stupid idea of me, this time i tried using LMMS (open source music maker or a dj tool, don't know what it's called)

i have no clue how you use these kind of programs, but this is what i made in 5 - 10 minutes




enjoy :p



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Re: DJ JOKER
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2017, 12:48:41 am »
Glad to see you got into music making too :3= . I didn't use this program much since I couldn't figure out how it works, but if I remember, it has another screen where you can place drum and melody loops anywhere so you can have multiple loops playing at once and not have to modify one loop in real time like above. That said, that loop would fit quite nicely in a song if you moved the hi-hat sound a few blocks further, so that it's halfway into a beat measure.
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Re: DJ JOKER
« Reply #2 on: July 12, 2017, 10:33:56 am »
Glad to see you got into music making too :3= . I didn't use this program much since I couldn't figure out how it works, but if I remember, it has another screen where you can place drum and melody loops anywhere so you can have multiple loops playing at once and not have to modify one loop in real time like above. That said, that loop would fit quite nicely in a song if you moved the hi-hat sound a few blocks further, so that it's halfway into a beat measure.

yeah, thanks! :D i will try to figure out how to properly use this tool ;)

 


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