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  1. Yes, that is what I was looking for. Thank you for helping.
  2. Would anyone know the name of the instrument that is like two ceramic (not sure of material) rods approximately 1" x 6" in size that you tap together to get a high pitched "tink" sound? I think it is mostly used in Latin music. I have tried searching on Google for Latin music instruments but I am not finding the instrument or the name. Thank you, yeto
  3. It is now posted in Freeware Instruments thread.
  4. I posted in Freeware Instruments section.
  5. I found this free software for creating backing tracks. I have been trying this software for a few days now and I am finding it very useful for creating quick backing tracks for song writing purposes. The home page gives you an overview of the software. It really is free. There is no trial period type catch or anything of that sort. It has a good forum and help pages. You can get a response from the person who wrote the software. I am not connected with this company in any way, shape or form except that I have been using the software for a few days now. https://www.jjazzlab.com/en/ Hope this helps someone, yeto Also posted here:
  6. Which would be best Freeware Instruments, Freeware FX or some other place? Thank you, yeto
  7. Thank you. CbB is awesome. Always something new for me to learn. Thank you for taking time to help. My songs keep getting better and better thanks to this forum.
  8. Thank you. This is helpful. I was thinking of taking the backing track and placing it in CbB as an audio track and then adding my lead guitar and vocal tracks. I know I wouldn't have as much control over the individual instrument parts but I was hoping it would be good enough to demo the songs I write. If I understand what you are sharing I could add the backing track as a .mid file and maintain control over the individual instrument parts.
  9. I have the paid version of ChordPulse as well but it doesn't seem to have the rhythm patterns or sound quality that JJazzLab has. It took me a few days to get comfortable with JJazzLab but I think I like it better versus ChordPulse. I don't want to say anything bad about ChordPulse though as it is good and works as advertised.
  10. I have been trying this software for a few days now and I am finding it very useful for creating quick backing tracks for song writing purposes. The home page gives you an overview of the software. It really is free. There is no trial period type catch or anything of that sort. It has a good forum and help pages. You can get a response from the person who wrote the software. I am not connected with this company in any way, shape or form except that I have been using the software for a few days now. https://www.jjazzlab.com/en/ Hope this helps someone, yeto
  11. The below is some information I found on the internet. Would the below technique work related to that some guitar instrument plugins sound more like keyboards instead of guitars and I was wondering that if by using this method the guitar part would sound more "strummed" versus all the notes of a chord being played at the same time? "If you have more than one guitar channel, it is recommended not to play the chords at the exact same tick, but to move one of the guitars some ticks. (app. 15 ticks in 480 ticks per quarter note resolution, more in faster rhythms). Otherwise the rhythm will sound "mechanical". The longer between the notes the "softer" the rhythm will be." Thank you, yeto
  12. I made the following changes which helped the sound to be more human versus robotic. In Voice Database Settings I changed Tension to -1.00 and Breathiness to 1.00. Do you have any tips you can share related to making phrases sound more human? ***Added Comment: After working with this for approx. 1 week I am really starting to like this software. It is easy to input lyrics. I am having to use the "tricks of the trade" on some lyrics to get them to sound more American versus Asian but outside of that this software is pretty amazing. It is getting good reviews here as well. https://vocaverse.network/threads/synthesizer-v-discussion-thread.202/ I don't have a vested interest in this software...just sharing in case anyone is interested.
  13. Anybody using "Synthesizer V" for vocals and would you be interested in sharing your thoughts? I tried Emvoice and liked it but I am still questioning if it is worth $200. Synthesizer V is the closest thing I can find. I just started experimenting with it and was wondering if anyone had any tips of tricks they could share? Thank you, yeto
  14. Thank you for your help. I did some research and I think I might try "Synthesizer V". It is the closest thing to Emvoice that I can find. I like Emvoice but I can't afford $200 at this time. Thank you for your help, yeto
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