FL Studio 10 for sequencing, Audacity and a Samson Go mic for live tracks (which, at the moment, include bells, vocals and bodhran). I used to use Mario Paint Composer/Advanced Mario Sequencer, and I even had a go on Logic Pro 8 once, on the university computers, when I first learned how to sequence stuff.
Sometimes I completely ditch FL Studio and settle with good ol' bodhran and voices <3
At 5/19/13 10:58 PM, Calculus wrote:
I'm quite curious though, also about arrangements and remixes. How do you guys usually do those? I understand typically some element of the song being arranged or remix usually stays, and that kinda makes me wonder if you guys have the original score or midi at hand... or do you guys play it by ear (like a boss)?
I never actually do remixes; all I have are arrangements. Although I can read sheet music, my sight-reading is not the best. So I do all my covers by ear... and add a signature touch to it. Because that's what all good covers hope to do: show the arranger's personal touch, what he can add to a song that already inspird him.