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  1. 8 minutes ago, DeeringAmps said:

    👍's!

    Best of luck with your entry.

    t

    sometimes things just fall thru the cracks...

    Thanks Tom

    My competition entries were all good fun and learning experiences anyway - plus, I never knew that I could crank out music so quickly before 😁

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  2. 43 minutes ago, cclarry said:

    I WISH that Zero G would go "Kontakt Player" AND update a TON of their VERY OLD Libraries...
    and I just told them so recently...

    I also had a drop down, drag out, fight with Keepforest about it...

    Both of them stopped talking to me...LOL

    To be fair, Keepforest did update SFX Designer Toolkit to v2.

    Downside of going Player is that their libraries would probably go up a little in price, though they might offset that with number of sales.


  3. Hi Mark. Great song - love the vibe. You've got some really good playing there. Two very minor things: I thought the bass was a tad quiet (as mentioned above); also, it seems like there's a cymbal crash on the first beat of nearly every bar - it might have a bit more emphasis if played a little more sparingly.

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  4. Seems like an ok deal to me if you're starting out - instant access to some big name synths at a relatively low monthly cost, and the option to cancel at any time. It's not something for me, but that's ok because I wasn't keen on the idea of a subscription anyway (and I did mention it in the NI customer survey they did a while back); I get to continue buying perpetual licenses as I used to.

    I think this is a good outcome from the subscription theories - NI get to grow their customer base with subscriptions aimed at newcomers; the rest of us get to continue with our previous purchasing patterns, avoiding the subscriptions that we seemingly express dislike for. If NI get more revenue from this, that's good news for both them, and their customers.


  5. 4 hours ago, Pollux said:

    BS.. everybody knows that ProTools sounds better 😝

    (don't kill me, I'm joking 😅)

    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. 😁

    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!


  6. 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
    NEOLD WARBLE
    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?


  7. 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

    https://www.pluginboutique.com/product/3-Studio-Tools/72-Utility/5935-reMIDI

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  8. 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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