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Tracking / How do YOU track a tune ? (Walkthru?)
« on: November 27, 2006, 19:52:21 »
i usually write a riff that i dig on guitar or piano. and then i let my drive for magic wonder develop or discover the musical ideas that lay inside using the tracker.

Tracking / sampling help
« on: November 21, 2006, 03:51:33 »
i did get that when you first posted it
and that shit is dope  
but yea ima go mess round with it now
good shit

Tracking / sampling help
« on: November 20, 2006, 21:29:56 »
thanks man
good stuff fer sure

Tracking / sampling help
« on: November 19, 2006, 19:41:59 »
i've reached a frustrating point in my tracking as my sampling methods aren't up to par with what i'd like them to be. i'll usually either just record somthing or or rip somthing from somwhere or use samples from somone elses track. the samples i select with these methods always "do somthing" for me aurally at the time of the rip, though im not sure what.  ill put them aside until they can be used in a project.  
and for that reason, among others that i dont know, these samples rarely turn out to be perfect becuase of the haphazard way they found themselves to my song.
i was wondering if anyone could offer any advice on the topic of making samples that are exactly what you need when you need them.
or refer me to any essays, faq's or tutorials concerning the topic.
or stuff about anything you might think be relevant: equalizers, blahblahblah
thanks alot, i appreciate it

Tracking / online oldschool music jukebox and archive
« on: November 07, 2006, 02:08:13 »
thats pretty dope

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