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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 00:41:17 Reply

At 12/7/11 10:13 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 12/7/11 09:58 PM, LaForge wrote:
HOLY FUCKING SHIT THAT'S ORIGINAL AND FUNNEH I LOVE YOU
sex?

Cum over here, bro

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 01:43:14 Reply

At 12/8/11 01:09 AM, LaForge wrote:
At 12/8/11 12:41 AM, MrSaint wrote: Cum over here, bro
*spits into a spatoon*

we don' like yer kine roun' heer, boyeh

Nice goin' there, MrSaint. You broke LaForge. >:(

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 10:28:21 Reply

At 12/8/11 01:09 AM, LaForge wrote:
At 12/8/11 12:41 AM, MrSaint wrote:
At 12/7/11 10:13 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 12/7/11 09:58 PM, LaForge wrote:
HOLY FUCKING SHIT THAT'S ORIGINAL AND FUNNEH I LOVE YOU
sex?
Cum over here, bro
*spits into a spatoon*

we don' like yer kine roun' heer, boyeh

you can always rely on la forge for deliverance

(ho ho bro i'm thinks I is be so funnys)


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 10:49:47 Reply

At 12/8/11 01:09 AM, LaForge wrote:
At 12/8/11 12:41 AM, MrSaint wrote:
At 12/7/11 10:13 PM, Sequenced wrote:
At 12/7/11 09:58 PM, LaForge wrote:
HOLY FUCKING SHIT THAT'S ORIGINAL AND FUNNEH I LOVE YOU
sex?
Cum over here, bro
*spits into a spatoon*

we don' like yer kine roun' heer, boyeh

you mean heterosexuals? :P

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 11:46:54 Reply

Some things never change

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 12:45:56 Reply

At 12/7/11 10:50 PM, Envy wrote:
At 12/7/11 10:07 PM, Tc572 wrote: Remixes

I've really been wanting to get some practice with making remixes and such. Does anyone here do progressive house/trance?

And I don't mean house or trance in general. I specifically want progressive.
If you want to start out you should broaden your horizons a bit to get a feel for it instead of limiting yourself right off the bat

Definitely this. I was trying to do Trance for aaaages, and nothing good came out of it, though the only good side to this was that I learned by DAW pretty well.
But the moment I started experimenting with genres, and doing other things, my skill just started shooting up. It's weird, the fact that I was aiming for something different than I usually do just made me think more about different things, and in the process you learn how to mix different things, what to do when, etc. etc.
It's okay to restrict yourself RIGHT off the bat, but realize that eventually you'll need to do some other stuff too to master what you initially wanted. (Now I'm doing Glitch Hop, and hopefully will stay with it since I'm getting on to a label etc...thinking about that is a bit weird seeing as I started out wanting to do prog.house/trance)

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 17:14:08 Reply

At 12/8/11 02:06 PM, LaForge wrote:
At 12/8/11 10:49 AM, Chronamut wrote: you mean heterosexuals? :P
No, I meant Pokemon. He's obviously a Magikarp in disguise. Magikarp, use a splash attack!

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 17:29:44 Reply

At 12/8/11 02:06 PM, LaForge wrote:
At 12/8/11 10:49 AM, Chronamut wrote: you mean heterosexuals? :P

Stupor used TAIL SPANK. Everybody's arousal rose!


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 19:26:44 Reply

At 12/8/11 12:45 PM, PSvils wrote: (Now I'm doing Glitch Hop, and hopefully will stay with it since I'm getting on to a label etc...thinking about that is a bit weird seeing as I started out wanting to do prog.house/trance)

i can identify with this. i love breaks, and have been wanting to write a good breaks tune for ages, but all I'm being asked for these days is more drumstep tunes, including one for a glitch hop label actually haha.

i mean i like drumstep, but i love breaks. i'm not too fussed, but i hope to start pumping out some sick breaks tracks soon, no matter how unfashionable it may be. seems like all the labels these days are interested in moving past dubstep...on to a modified version of dubstep :P


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 20:17:12 Reply

I have been working on making/remixing songs,it takes a lot of work-more than most people think :)

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 20:23:16 Reply

At 12/8/11 08:17 PM, Coralnome wrote: I have been working on making/remixing songs,it takes a lot of work-more than most people think :)

Preaching to the choir.

Just sayin'

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 21:08:35 Reply

At 12/8/11 02:06 PM, LaForge wrote:
At 12/8/11 10:49 AM, Chronamut wrote: you mean heterosexuals? :P
No, I meant Pokemon. He's obviously a Magikarp in disguise. Magikarp, use a splash attack!

Music and Pokemon? Why don't I spend more time here?


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 21:14:24 Reply

and now I'm suddenly in a good mood again. WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 21:18:53 Reply

At 12/8/11 12:45 PM, PSvils wrote: -stuff-

Woah, I think you guys completely misunderstood what I was saying. I went through my experimentation phase a long time ago, and for like a year now I've been making progressive house/trance. I think it would be a terrible idea for me to start trying remixes in genres I don't know.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 21:37:01 Reply

At 12/8/11 09:18 PM, Tc572 wrote:
At 12/8/11 12:45 PM, PSvils wrote: -stuff-
Woah, I think you guys completely misunderstood what I was saying. I went through my experimentation phase a long time ago, and for like a year now I've been making progressive house/trance. I think it would be a terrible idea for me to start trying remixes in genres I don't know.

I reckon you should just do whatever you want to do, fuck the haterz. For me personally, I've been getting into electronic music production over the past year, and been through so many distinctly different genres. It's taught me a lot about production over-all, but means that I haven't mastered/perfected all of the techniques required for a specific genre of music. This is fine for me because I like genre bending, but could not sit down and write a pure dubstep/electro/breaks/trance track even if I tried as hard as I could.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-08 21:40:10 Reply

At 12/8/11 09:37 PM, jarrydn wrote: This is fine for me because I like genre bending, but could not sit down and write a pure dubstep/electro/breaks/trance track even if I tried as hard as I could.

^^^^^^

I love Trance, but it'll take weeks before I make a new Trance tune after another one...


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 06:09:36 Reply

At 12/8/11 11:45 PM, LaForge wrote: Magikarp, return! Go... Magikarp! Use a splash attack!

Oh no! You leave me no choice but to use my secret weapon...

Go! Magikarp! Use splash attack!


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 10:58:49 Reply

At 12/8/11 09:37 PM, jarrydn wrote: I reckon you should just do whatever you want to do, fuck the haterz. For me personally, I've been getting into electronic music production over the past year, and been through so many distinctly different genres. It's taught me a lot about production over-all, but means that I haven't mastered/perfected all of the techniques required for a specific genre of music. This is fine for me because I like genre bending, but could not sit down and write a pure dubstep/electro/breaks/trance track even if I tried as hard as I could.

Well I'm making Glitch Hop because I really do like it, not just because of a label :)

What I'll be doing now, and what I made a mistake of in the past by not doing, is make like 2 Glitch Hop tracks, and then go ambient/something totally different for about 3 songs, that will all turn out meh, and then go back to Glitch Hop. I find my best stuff comes out of a contrast of the things I've been producing in the past while. If I try doing only Dubstep for a long while, then after the first or second or third track they start becoming regurgitations of previous ideas and just shitty overall.

At 12/8/11 09:18 PM, Tc572 wrote:
Woah, I think you guys completely misunderstood what I was saying. I went through my experimentation phase a long time ago, and for like a year now I've been making progressive house/trance. I think it would be a terrible idea for me to start trying remixes in genres I don't know.

Erm...one thing is totally wrong about your train of thought...

There is no experimentation phase. That should never go away. And it is never a terrible idea of trying remixes in a totally different genre. Like I said before (though then again, this is purely from my own experience), I gain "skill" in most genres not by how much I do something, but from the contrast of things I do. It's like both learning what to do, and what NOT to do, except with other genres you can add to your "main" genre.
By doing something else, you realize what is distinct about another genre, and so in a funny way makes you better in a different genre than the track you just made.

BLAH, I have verbal diarrhea tonight...

P.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 14:50:30 Reply

No,this was just my first time posting on the audio forums

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 15:08:04 Reply

At 12/9/11 02:50 PM, Coralnome wrote: No,this was just my first time posting on the audio forums

PLEASE READ THIS! I must make sure you don't start advertising your audio in new threads like all those other newcomers do.

Welcome, by the way. :)


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 15:27:25 Reply

At 12/9/11 03:08 PM, LiquidOoze wrote:
At 12/9/11 02:50 PM, Coralnome wrote: No,this was just my first time posting on the audio forums
PLEASE READ THIS! I must make sure you don't start advertising your audio in new threads like all those other newcomers do.

Welcome, by the way. :)

Thanks,I do not even post them-I was just trying to say that remixing is harder than I though.

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 15:33:47 Reply

At 12/9/11 03:27 PM, Coralnome wrote:
At 12/9/11 03:08 PM, LiquidOoze wrote:
At 12/9/11 02:50 PM, Coralnome wrote: No,this was just my first time posting on the audio forums
PLEASE READ THIS! I must make sure you don't start advertising your audio in new threads like all those other newcomers do.

Welcome, by the way. :)
Thanks,I do not even post them-I was just trying to say that remixing is harder than I though.

I know, but because lately there have been so many newbies making new threads to advertise their stuff I'm trying to prevent you from not becoming one of them
...Did it work?


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 15:37:42 Reply

I know, but because lately there have been so many newbies making new threads to advertise their stuff I'm trying to prevent you from not becoming one of them
...Did it work?

I guess,I do agree that there have been a lot of people advertising lately :)

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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 15:54:32 Reply

At 12/9/11 03:37 PM, Coralnome wrote: I do agree that there have been a lot of people advertising lately :)

Read: all the time. Anything to prevent you from becoming another statistic...


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 17:33:53 Reply

I finished my album. lol


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-09 20:01:45 Reply

At 12/9/11 10:58 AM, PSvils wrote: -stuff-

Ok, can we please get back to my original question?

I just want to know if anyone here makes progressive house/trance.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-10 08:42:07 Reply

At 12/9/11 08:01 PM, Tc572 wrote:
At 12/9/11 10:58 AM, PSvils wrote: -stuff-
Ok, can we please get back to my original question?

I just want to know if anyone here makes progressive house/trance.

I make it ;)
Also, I totally forgot about the Clubhau5 stems, I'll zip them now and send them :P


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Wife's been in the hospital since Wednesday. I haven't had a proper snooze since.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-10 15:38:22 Reply

Keyboard Recording Features

My Casio keyboard has options for six-channel recording. It works great and sounds great - the only problem is that it overwrites channels way too goddamn easily.

I just recorded the entire main electric-piano track and drum backing to a song in Channel 1, then moved on to bass in Channel 2. Then I started playing around with other backing sounds, and my elbow accidentally brushed the "record" button as I started playing. It assumed that I wanted to record into Channel 1 again and took my playing notes as a cue that I wasn't going to change that, so it instantly overwrote the entire track with silence.

I really just want to break something now.

@Ramem: Sorry to hear. :( Best wishes to both of you.


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Response to The Audio Forum Lounge 2011-12-10 18:39:33 Reply

At 12/10/11 01:26 PM, Rahmemhotep wrote: Wife's been in the hospital since Wednesday. I haven't had a proper snooze since.

That's horrible, especially during the holiday season. Hope she recovers soon with no lingering effects.