punk7890™: and forth. Maybe do something like 32 bars each then send then new midi to someone else.
Nov 2, 2014 14:26:36 GMT -5
exciter: Sounds good. Let's include the use of samples as well, if you please. Can simply include them in download links for the .MIDI file. I have a tendency to sample anything and everything from one-shots to hi-hat sequences for the performance aspect.
Nov 3, 2014 1:38:02 GMT -5
exciter: Sound design is a big part of what I do, at least. Even that brief demonstration there doesn't use completely dry samples. Everything is manipulated in some way.
Nov 3, 2014 1:38:51 GMT -5
dj4uk6cjm: Nice! You guys can use some VST's if needed, I've found these to be very useful for achieving great results and some pretty good soundfonts here. They have freeware.
Nov 3, 2014 11:29:02 GMT -5
dj4uk6cjm: This is the coolest song I have ever heard, just saw this today on soundcloud. Punk you've outdone yourself yet again, bravo!
Nov 7, 2014 22:40:22 GMT -5
dj4uk6cjm: I'm going to check out that rpg game too btw also I will be getting a new microphone soon for some vocal production on my computer and wanted you guys opinion on this one
Nov 7, 2014 22:48:46 GMT -5
dj4uk6cjm: http://www.amazon.com/Blue-Microphones-Yeti-USB-Microphone/dp/B002VA464S/ref=sr_1_1?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1415418339&sr=1-1&keywords=yeti+microphone moneys not really an issue for me but I am willing to save and won't go above $500 for quality
Nov 7, 2014 22:52:06 GMT -5
dj4uk6cjm: so what would you guys recommend?
Nov 7, 2014 22:52:53 GMT -5
punk7890™: Thanks. Sadly, that game may never get released. Maybe a demo will arise sometime. Not sure. Also judging from the reviews it seems like a good mic. Though I don't know much about studio mics.
Nov 8, 2014 14:04:00 GMT -5
punk7890™: I bought a set of headphones for 100$ and are excellent. So I'm sure those will be fine.
Nov 8, 2014 14:04:50 GMT -5
exciter: When it comes to gear, I'm your guy. It depends on the kind of sound you want to get out of your microphone, which are just as much an instrument as the human voice, the piano, and any other instruments.
Nov 8, 2014 21:49:55 GMT -5
exciter: If you're going for a controlled sound with a warm tone, I'd recommend the Shure SM57. The SM7 is a particular favorite of mine, it's great for dynamic performances (handles vocals from whispers up to yells quite well, great for singers who move around)
Nov 8, 2014 21:55:50 GMT -5
exciter: If you're looking into recording instruments like piano or guitar, the SM57 is a reliable pick. I'd also recommend a more off-the-wall microphone, the C-Ducer APT (audio percussion trigger). It's a very 'specialist' sort of microphone.
Nov 8, 2014 21:58:52 GMT -5
exciter: It's flexible, and is mounted on the instrument you wish to play, such as underneath a grand piano or on the back of an upright. Can get some unique recordings using that piece
Nov 8, 2014 21:59:46 GMT -5
exciter: I'd recommend considering a mic pre-amp, as well as researching soundproofing material. You want to record away from the corners of a room as well, which collect reflections very easily
Nov 8, 2014 22:02:00 GMT -5
dj4uk6cjm: Cool! thanks bro exciter, I'm checking out that Shure SM57 mic and it looks great. I want to do digital vocal recordings on my computer using just my voice, I got this new software that records bits of my voice and converts it into instruments and
Nov 8, 2014 22:44:55 GMT -5
dj4uk6cjm: I want to play around with my own vocals in some new vsts I have so that will be fun hehe.
Nov 8, 2014 22:47:01 GMT -5
dj4uk6cjm: Punk I think you should make more fan game music since you're the best at it, maybe check out some of the projects over at the zfgc forums and purezc for some ideas.
Nov 8, 2014 22:56:29 GMT -5
punk7890™: Not a bad idea. Thanks.
Nov 9, 2014 15:21:56 GMT -5
exciter: I recommend sampling comped vocal bits you record and building soundbanks from them. "Sample everything", that's my motto.
Nov 9, 2014 21:55:20 GMT -5