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#159

@cyclopian Ok, thanks.

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#160
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#161

So this is something I could DL and use via midi?
I need some synths. Just using samples is LOOONG.

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#162

used this at a friend’s some time ago, pretty neat synth.

edit: nvm

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#163

Yes.

Vember Audio has done some cool plugins. Sometimes a bit of a steep learning curve but well worth it (like the Shortcircuit sampler, free now as well.)

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#164

Edit.
Moved it to the random production thoughts thread

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#165

edit: what am i replying to?

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#166

Sorry wrong thread - moved it to Random Production Thoughts

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#167

yup, gotcha :slight_smile:

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#168

I heard about this last week. I’m thinking of checking it out. Looks very cluttered though. I don’t think it has been updated in a decade but it might be worth trying out.

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#169

Has any of you guys used Splice?

There is a free promo code for 1 month free: REKKERD18

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#170

Just for reference

Even Kanye West got caught stealing the trendy Serum digital synthesizer

Kanye afford to buy it? Me thinks Ye can.

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#171

I don’t think I would use something like Splice. Part of the fun of making music is creating my own sounds or making my own samples. I also have large banks of samples to go through.

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#172

its rly weird to think of kanye on like pirate bay catching some malware

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#173

I’m thinking of checking this Izotope Neutron Elements out. I got the Izotope Ozone Elements recently which is decent enough.

https://www.pluginboutique.com/articles/1401

Have you guys tried any Glitchmachines? They have a couple of free things but I might buy one (or two) of their plugins on sale to get the Neutron Elements.

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#174

I’ve got Fracture from Glitch Machines.
Not really used it enough to know what it all does. There’s one preset I like that I’ve used in a couple of tunes that’s pretty good. I forget what it’s called. Analog something or other…

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#175

mebbe try this too

https://illformed.com

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#176

That’s gone top of the list for when I get some cash

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#177

For y’all iPad users, there is this app called Syntorial. Highly recommend, free, and teaches you how to replicate what you hear. Also has a built in synth you can play around with. And can sync with garage band. Also it’s available for PC.

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#178

I got randomly inspired by Excision’s sample pack… :cornsidedown:
So now I’m whipping up a sample pack, expect heavy sub with crazy fm…

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