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Started by pimathbrainiac, July 31, 2015, 06:47:11 pm

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Juju

Nice, is Ableton any good/easy to use?
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Quote from: Juju on December 28, 2016, 01:02:11 am
Nice, is Ableton any good/easy to use?


It's pretty good, and imo, easier than cubase (which I used briefly at one point). Don't know about comparisons to FL or Pro Tools though.
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DJ Omnimaga

@pimathbrainiac by the way, why do we need to login to our Microsoft Live account in order to download your Funk song? You should upload on Soundcloud or somewhere else where we don't need an account so that more people will listen D:

Anyway I listened to the Funk song and it oddly reminds me of Bfr's music (some former Omni user from 2006-08). I like it although my favorites still remain the mallet songs and maybe the rock ones. :P

Also glad you got Ableton live and could master it. I heard that it was definitively easier to learn than FL Studios and especially Cubase. Good luck :) Hopefully you can find some free VST plugins or instrument packs to make some songs of your current styles.

pimathbrainiac

You used to not have to login through microsoft to access public onedrive files. I'll put it on soundcloud when I'm done working on it.

Also thanks! I wouldn't say I've "mastered" Ableton by any means (I'm just starting), but thanks for the compliment! As for VSTs, I already have some that I'm going to be using.
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And yeah I understand. That said, one of the main issue about those high-end softwares was often about how hard it was to find public domain or freeware VST plugins without watermarks (eg no annoying static in the background) or when a software uses a proprietary VST plugin that can't be located anywhere on the computer nor Google, so you can't use it outside said software. Revolta plugin for Magix Music Maker 14/2008 was awesome but had this problem.

As a result, in all of my PC songs, I ended up importing MTV Music Generator sounds as wav files.

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DJ Omnimaga

That intro was amazing actually. As for the rest, I can notice some minor dubstep influence :P

pimathbrainiac

I did a thing with the thing.

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Juju

Oh nice, did you used After Effects or something?
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Quote from: Juju on December 31, 2016, 09:34:56 pm
Oh nice, did you used After Effects or something?


Nope. Just used a blank desktop, Rainmeter (and a Visualizer Plugin), and OBS
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DJ Omnimaga

Nice way to do it lol. It actually turned out into something that looks good. :)

Also I like that song hehe

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Hm I didn't notice this before @pimathbrainiac , my bad x.x

Anyway that rap beat is good, especially with the melody. I am curious what could be rapped with it :P. Only one issue, though, is that  the main melody channel seems a bit too loud at times, which gets apparent during the second half of the song.

Also you should do a remix of it without the rap percussions. It would fit very well as an ambient track as well I think.


Also that metal song is not bad. It definitively has the typical heavy metal style at the beginning. Did you use real guitar or some VST plugin? Because the guitar sounds very realistic

pimathbrainiac

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on March 19, 2017, 06:35:11 am
Hm I didn't notice this before @pimathbrainiac , my bad x.x

Anyway that rap beat is good, especially with the melody. I am curious what could be rapped with it :P. Only one issue, though, is that  the main melody channel seems a bit too loud at times, which gets apparent during the second half of the song.

Also you should do a remix of it without the rap percussions. It would fit very well as an ambient track as well I think.

The idea was more along the line of hiphop/acid jazz instead of rap. I don't think I'm going to do anything more with it though, since I've lost interest in that track in the time since I've posted it.

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Also that metal song is not bad. It definitively has the typical heavy metal style at the beginning. Did you use real guitar or some VST plugin? Because the guitar sounds very realistic

It's a VST Running its audio through Guitar Rig, which is a virtual amp. It makes it sound a whole lot more real.
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