Music composing on PC

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Van wolf_

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12-02-2004, 18:52

about Impulse Tracker 3 ... it's a co-production in terms of development Smile them and me, I'm main functional designer of IT3 .. so, when you've questions or feat.requesests.. ask /me

Van POISONIC

Paladin (1012)

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12-02-2004, 19:47

if you want a program for creating great music on pc use this..........

-fruityloops 4.5.1
-reason 2.5
-cubase vst 5.0
-cooledit pro

reason is the best in its class

Van anonymous

incognito ergo sum (109)

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12-02-2004, 19:50

I'm a big cakewalk fan too.
As for trackers, I have a huge disliking for trackers that have seperate note/effects columns. IMO it adds useless screengarbage, taking away my overview of the music.

Van IC

Hero (557)

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12-02-2004, 20:26

if you want a program for creating great music on pc use this..........

-fruityloops 4.5.1
-reason 2.5
-cubase vst 5.0
-cooledit pro

reason is the best in its class
fruityloops.. Heard the name before.. Wasn't it a looping program like a 'rebirth' kindda style?

(just looking for it now by the way)...

Van wolf_

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12-02-2004, 20:37

As for trackers, I have a huge disliking for trackers that have seperate note/effects columns.

luckily IT2 has the following keycombis: ctrl+shift + [1] | [2] | [3] | [4] | [0] to make the channels smaller.. and if you don't want this, the play-mode (F5) can show all channels while playing..

Van syn

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13-02-2004, 00:22

For electronic dancemusic I would recomment Renoise. Its a great tracker with VSTi support, vsti are kinda like softsynths, and also vst for effects/mastering.

Van IC

Hero (557)

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13-02-2004, 00:36

For electronic dancemusic I would recomment Renoise. Its a great tracker with VSTi support, vsti are kinda like softsynths, and also vst for effects/mastering.
I agree.. The only prob with VSTisoft synth are (and that's my opinion):

- they're a lot (mass overkill...)
- they're expensive

At least when I look at Future Music Magazine that is...

Van Meits

Scribe (5439)

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13-02-2004, 18:46

Dunno if any might remember my style, but that was not really electronic dancemusic at all...

More the easy listening with some up tempo parts... And, not to mention, the 'impact riedel'.

Van syn

Paragon (1916)

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14-02-2004, 12:13

Still the VST support for enhancing/processing the sound will give you the "modern" sound you are looking for Big smile

Van Argon

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17-02-2004, 11:18

Psycle (although I don't know if it's a tracker)

http://sourceforge.net/projects/psycle

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