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Eric Liu

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  • Birthday 04/16/2008

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  1. When I had this problem, I was just accidentally signed out of BandLab Assistant. Try to sign into BandLab Assistant and it should work.
  2. I've never tried freezing a synth but it might work for this?
  3. Bandlab. Best mobile music making app for Android. Haven't tried n-Track Studio but it's free. Caustic 3 and FM Synthesizer are free options too.
  4. Free Cymatics Space Lite. Good roomish reverb and many presets. https://cymatics.fm/products/space-lite-plugin
  5. (I see that this post is old but I'll post for others too) I've never used the Komplete Audio 2 but I have and currently use the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Gen. The setup is super easy and it is also easy to find the Focusrite website for setup and for the awesome included software. The 2i2 does come with possibly one of the best software packages I've ever seen currently containing Addictive Keys, Addictive Drums, and AutoTune Access, all for free. The interface itself is very good and high quality, and I like the air feature.
  6. I recently came across the TONOR TC20. It is only $60!! It comes with a sturdy boom arm, foam cover, popfilter, shock mount, XLR cable, and of course, the microphone itself. It is an absolute steal for the price! There are plenty of YouTube reviews that would agree with me and I believe that this kit should be much more expensive. Probably the best budget mic out there! TONOR TC20
  7. I'm gonna give a few good microphones! I've heard the Neumann TLM102 is good but too expensive for me to try. - $700 https://www.neumann.com/homestudio/en/tlm-102 Rode NT1 is a good microphone. The cheapest good condenser XLR microphone I could find was the TONOR TC20 Microphone Kit. It comes in at around $60 I think and it also comes with a foam cover, boom arm, popfilter, cable, and shock mount! I bought this mic kit and it's an absolute steal for the price. Worth a shot. TONOR TC20 amazon link
  8. Same! But for some it's taken a month! It's more of a less than or equal to one month.
  9. I literally just bought this keyboard. Am loving it so far! Analog Lab is AMAZING! UVI Grand Piano I haven't gotten it to work so far because there are already good pianos in my plugin library but Analog Lab coming with the MIDI controller is already a steal! I havent had any problems with the actual keyboard either
  10. Ample Sound has great paid basses. They also have a free bass plugin that you can tryout before getting a full version. https://www.amplesound.net/en/download.asp
  11. Don't have much time so I will just list: Omnisphere, Analog Lab, Vital, Serum, ANA2
  12. I don't know too much about violins but there are a couple good violins. Sample Science French Violin: https://www.samplescience.info/2021/07/french-violin.html Orchestral Tools SINEfactory and Layers have pretty good string and orchestra sounds: https://www.orchestraltools.com/store/collections/layers I think Spitfire Audio LABS has good strings and violin https://labs.spitfireaudio.com/#type=strings&new=true Finally, Spitfire has BBC Symphony Orchestra which costs $49 OR you can take a survey, wait less than a month, and have an amazing virtual orchestra delivered to you. https://www.spitfireaudio.com/shop/a-z/bbc-symphony-orchestra-discover/
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