if i am reading this meme correctly, FL is for dabblers whose real intention is popularity and Bro Tools is total devotion to sound. Ableton is optimal
it sort of sounds good, i laughed out loud when i finished the filter automation on the last part of the drums cos it sounded sort of like an actual track someone who knows what theyre doing would make.
one of the big disappointments of trying to bring all the 'elements' together was how bad most of the work field-recordings ive made over the years have been. some of the ones i made while i was at fedex are probably unsalvageably bad. they were just done on an iphone lying next to a rolling belt or in a truck or something. i have a tascam portable recorder now that does a lot better of a job and i'm in an environment that has a lot of unique sounds/weird areas. i have a couple hours of recordings from inside a storage tank, for instance.
my goal for the future is figure out how to do basslines live-ish and get better at different keys and progressions so i dont have to literally look at a piece of paper to remember where i can go next. i also got a busted mpc for cheap and i want to fix that and use it for drums, neither the 16-button 808 style or clicking-an-excel-spreadsheet style of drum programming make any sense to me.
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one of the big disappointments of trying to bring all the 'elements' together was how bad most of the work field-recordings ive made over the years have been. some of the ones i made while i was at fedex are probably unsalvageably bad. they were just done on an iphone lying next to a rolling belt or in a truck or something.
have you considered just rolling with that and making noise
was this a toilet field recording
I want to do the thing where u combine samples into new original music how do I do that.
the trick is that practically any noise can be percussive if you want it to be and you can make an instrument out of any sound. then you just lather on filters/effects/automation. i'm crap at digital production but here's a half-baked idea i just made where all of the instruments are made from diddy kong racing sfx. all you have to do is import whatever .wav files you have and you're off to go. most production environments (ableton, fl studio, whatever) make it really easy for you. and most have sampler editors built-in so you can take a song/voice recording/etc and chop it down to a sample yourself so anything's possible
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10.1 is out
anyway im about to make a song entirely sampled from morrowind, its gonna suck