Random Production Thoughts (aka what even is an aux?)


#1195

lol

not watched it yet


#1196

Demoing Arturia’s Pigments wavetable synth at the moment. It is sounding pretty nice! It is available to demo for free until January 10th.


#1197

I highly recommend you guys try out SunVox. It’s free (for non-mobile).

I have a WIP incoming.


#1198

This was a learning experience. Synth’s a bit loud.


#1199

is there an online market place for plug ins?


#1200

Have the mobile version and know it’s powerful af but just can’t seem to wrap my nog around tracker workflows in a way that’s organic and spontaneous.

Any tips or tuts you recommend?


#1201

Plugin Boutique and Plugin Alliance off the top of my head.


#1202

like 2nd hand?
i think KVR


#1203

Ive just been messing about making some audio effects with C+ and Max MSP and was wondering if there was a marketplace for people to upload mini vsts

i know in some of the 3D/game design world theres marketplaces where you can sell stuff you make and thought a music one would be cool


#1204

second hand software? lol wut


#1205

“FS: cracked copy of massive Skream used”


#1206

I think the fun is the low-level of it. Like the fact that it’s less intuitive means you get somewhat unexpected results.

I like to just kind of wing it through the tracker and see what comes out.


#1207

like… transferring licenses


#1208

#1209

plank reverb imo

sounds kinda weird but good on synthetic stuff


#1210

I like it.


#1211

lately I have learned that its sometimes good to layer drums and/or ad a reverse kick before the snare. also timing is everything. here is a loop I put together using those 3 principles: http://www.filedropper.com/impacttrapdrumloopsubinf150bpm


#1212

Been playing with this, layering 3 or more synths with distinctively different sounds on top of each other… each one gets its own filter pass and mid/side placement, then some discreet compression and reverb is added to the whole thing to glue it all together. Pretty easy to get amazing pads.


#1213

Samples can be found in the strangest places…



#1214