At 3/12/14 09:13 AM, AeroMusic wrote:
guys when I said samples I really do want samples ha my cpu can't handle many VSTs at once so samples are alot easier to work with
also @jrob not everyone has FL u know ;'(
What daw do you use and what vsti's do you have at your disposal already?
If cpu is an issue,
create a pad in a separate track, keep built-in FX like reverb or chorus to a minimum or simply avoid them, sample one or several notes and export them as wav/sample that you'll use in your main track.
Depending on how your DAW handles samples, you could just tweak the pitch, slice sample into notes and assign them to keyboard etc...
From there you create a melody fitting with the rest of your track and start applying effects.
Once you're satisfied with it, you go back to the vst, record a clean final melody and re-export?
Or work the other way around, import your mix, add a pad, export pad and finalize the mix.
Also you can tweak so much types of samples to create pads/soundscapes. Voices, drums, your past tracks as a whole.
Sample the samples^^
On music radar website they give away alot of free stuff.
PS: Firebird and synth1, free and good.