attic wrote:@Yuroun Those are really great tracks, very relaxing and enjoyable. You have some really diverse and organic sounds in there. What kinds of synths and samplers are using in your studio?
attic wrote:Alchemy is really great I use that a lot. So do you use any out board gear or is it all in the box?
attic wrote:I should ask if you have any tips on the sample business as I'm headed in that direction.
attic wrote:I carry a small digital recorder at all times and have been doing that for years now.
attic wrote:I'm finishing up some sample playback engines here in Synthmaker
attic wrote: Is it Kontakt your designing samples for and do you distribute through anyone or just your own website?
attic wrote:@Acrobat Hey thanks for sharing, Waltz of the New Moon reminds me for some reason of something from Oingo Boingo's DeadMans Party album except with more technology. What are you using for compression on these tracks?
Tips on selling or on building library's?
That's a good start. I do that too
I want to do that too, that's why I bought SM. It's a pitty that there isn't a module like Reaktor's grain cloud in SM. I know there are some examples which use a similar process, but I can't get my head around it (for now).
Some of the sounds you use remind me of a favorite sound designer. This guy Eduardo Tarilonte
attic wrote:I decided long ago not to use sampled libraries of any kind in my music, so I started recording anything and everything with small recorders and moved on to digital as they became available. I now have four 2tb drives full of my own samples and will soon start selling those.
attic wrote:Whats the digital recorder you use? I'm using a fairly cheap model a Zoom H2 but it sounds great. My wife laughs at me when I go scrambling for the recorder just because I heard a frog outside or the cat farted.
attic wrote:I have a project that I will be sharing here with the forum soon that you maybe interested in. It has a windowed grain playback system with auxiliary pitch shifting. It is somewhat like the new Reaktor release SKANNER. When I saw they released that it felt like they had beat me to the punch but then after trying it mine is fairly different and I like what I have better.
attic wrote:Are you working with the .sfz sample stuff or is it mostly .wav that your interested in? Maybe I have some parts.
attic wrote:I just checked out Amazone's S3, I have huge amounts of samples so it sounds as if Amazone's could work for me but how does it tie in with WP Estore...
attic wrote: If you end up using Synthedit check out the CK modules they cost but he has some great stuff for quickly developing different types of Sample and Grain players so the time saved maybe worth the dollars for you. Let me know if you feel like collaborating on some playback stuff.
attic wrote:One last question for both of you, what are you guys using for soundcards?
I came back and listened to the rest of your files. I like that synth sound in QQ 9 dicembre 2011 (snippet) SOLmaj
I listened to them all back to back and it made for an enjoyable afternoon really nice work and thanks for sharing. I also noticed you have a very clean sound I will have to try that L2 limiter, is that a Wavs plugin? I have been slapping the Izotope Ozone plugin on most things lately but need to leave my comfort zone and branch out a bit.
One last question for both of you, what are you guys using for soundcards?
Yuroun wrote:I started following you
Here's mine cloud: http://soundcloud.com/yuroun/
Acrobat wrote:I already commented my favorite ttracks directly on Soundcloud, the stuff is very well done and relaxing, from my point of view I hear a lot of emprty spaces to be filled
attic wrote:So what are the things you would like to build with Synthmaker, sounds like you need a grain player? Are you working with the .sfz sample stuff or is it mostly .wav that your interested in? Maybe I have some parts.
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