At 2/22/09 11:57 AM, Neons wrote:
Could like maybe someone could add me on msn and give me a small tut for making fast technos and not slow 0.o???
What you want is the BPM selector. It's in the top bar and by default, it's set to 140 BPM every time you start a new project. Scroll that number by clicking on it to change the tempo of the song. I can't help you more than that because everything else about making "fast" techno should apply to "slow" techno too, I guess.
At 2/21/09 09:28 PM, Mystery-Moon-Pie-Aud wrote:
When I link a selected channel to a track on the mixer, I have the problem of removing that link to the track. I've looked around, but to no success have I found anything. How do I remove a selected channel linked to a track?
In the top-right corner of the properties window of every channel is a number. That number selects what mixer track that the particular channel goes to. Click and hold down on that number and move up/down to change mixer tracks, or deselect a mixer track.
At 2/23/09 06:26 PM, GronmonSE wrote:
I think you've got attack and release wrong. Isn't attack how fast the volume goes up and release how fast it goes down.
The higher the attack, the faster (in milliseconds) you hear the sound. The faster the release, the faster it fades away. If your release is slow, the sound takes more time to fade away.
You're talking about the amplitude of a sample, or the actual volume of the sample being played.
He's talking about the effect that a compressor would have on the volume of a sample.