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  1. A short piece to start getting people into the holiday spirit. Hope you enjoy!

    Disclaimer: it's also my entry for Spitfire Audio's 12 Scores Of Christmas

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  2. 4 hours ago, Pollux said:

    BS.. everybody knows that ProTools sounds better ūüėĚ

    (don't kill me, I'm joking ūüėÖ)

    I can't remember which DAW it was, but there was a claim from a user on the old forums that that DAW sounded around 40% better; not quite sure how this measurement was qualified though.¬†ūüėĀ

    More on topic - I completely agree that this forum is a great place with lots of people willing to share tips, tricks, and other information. I joined a few years ago now, because I didn't have the first clue about how to process audio or what plugins (in general) did. I like to think I'm (just a little bit) wiser now - thanks everyone!

  3. 1 hour ago, Bapu said:

     I have all I want from PA for now after having just bought these 8 items using my $249 voucher with a paltry cash outlay of $32

    AMEK EQ 200
    WEDGE FORCE Matche
    WEDGE FORCE Keemun
    Unfiltered Audio  Instant Delay
    Unfiltered Audio Sandman Pro
    Unfiltered Audio Dent 2
    Unfiltered Audio Fault

    Nice bundle. What do you think about the Wedge Force plugins?

  4. 5 hours ago, pseudopop said:

    1673 midi files that each contain a single chord. That's it

    I thought it was only a certain company that likes to advertise on YouTube that sold this type of product.

    4 hours ago, pseudopop said:

    Ok, that makes sense. So I assume there is software that allows you load these files in bulk and then you just hit C on your keyboard and you can easily switch between all variations that are available?

    You could try something like reMIDI; not sure how many different variations you could load at once though


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  5. On 11/30/2021 at 2:38 AM, Starise said:

    I don't know the library and so can't really comment on if this track makes full use of it.

    It doesn't at all; it's actually mostly 8Dio libraries. That's ok though - all instruments were permitted.


    On 11/30/2021 at 8:41 PM, steve@baselines.com said:

    Very good - nice timing with everything - I'm a sucker for anything that approaches Mandelbrot and Fibonacci, which I think this leans toward.

    I only did the soundtrack - the video was Heavyocity's, which they used for their official trailer.

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