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Tracking / Re: modern tracking methods
« on: April 25, 2008, 01:17:09 »
Very cool, maybe I'll look into openmpt again, your music is good stuff, and you have a LOT of it.

Tracking / modern tracking methods
« on: April 24, 2008, 20:50:14 »
Hey guys, there are obviously a few of us (including me) who can't switch away from tracking.

I'm wondering, who uses interesting methods of integrating a tracker into their more modern setup?

Im aware that Renoise is currently known as good way to track VSTs.

Does anyone track hardware digital/analog synths?
Does anyone track Reason, or any other non vst?

I started with scream/impulse tracker long ago. then I switched to hardware using more modern midi programs (bleh)
I used to track hardware synths, (with a homebuilt midi tracker, id have used renoise or any of the others if they had decent midi timing) but after being frustrated with the bandwidth of midi(even with multiple ports and perfect timing), I have given up and gone to reason, I would use renoise but I was never into fasttracker.

I cant stand a bassdrum and a snare drum not hitting the same place at the exact same time, with the exact same phasing effect, so tracking hardware via midi is out of the question for me now.

My current setup is a tracker setup as a scratchpad, i press f6 to play it and edit some notes till I like them, then I press another button and it sends them all to reasons sequencer, so I never have to use a piano roll, and the timing is perfect. I only recently started this, cause 'thor' came to reason and made it worth using for me.

I'm wondering if any of you have any unorthodox methods that work well for you.. it would be interesting for all of us to hear.

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