|From dr_caligari on 21.09.2005, 14:09:
looking for collaborators
|From sampler on 23.09.2005, 09:51:
It's nice to hear non electronic/techno songs made with Psycle.
|From dr_caligari on 24.09.2005, 20:41:
Thankyou sampler, I appreciate your comments...I guess I create psycle songs with a live band feel. I have heard some fantastic songs from trackers, but so many sound like they were written for a 16 bit amiga game. Great compositions, but with awful sounding synthesised lead parts....
|From alk on 24.09.2005, 22:02:
lol don't listen to my tracks
|From dr_caligari on 25.09.2005, 10:41:
|From alk on 25.09.2005, 13:59:
|From dr_caligari on 02.10.2005, 01:55:
I Want to enter, just getting used to the native plugins....
|From TranceMyriad on 02.10.2005, 02:32:
one suggestion - do some EQing!!
|From dr_caligari on 07.10.2005, 12:27:
thanks for your comments...I think I'll use sampled drumbeat loops and do some eqing. I liked your tunes by the way TranceMyriad
|From MfM on 07.10.2005, 21:47:
sharing your work
DR.Caligari do u know THAT
|From FingerSoup on 08.10.2005, 22:59:
|From Taika-Kim on 09.10.2005, 22:59:
This is one of Psycle's major shortcomings imo: it's very hard to do lively grooves and small adjustments to notes... Aodix handles this great for example.
|From FingerSoup on 11.10.2005, 04:09:
That's trackers in general. LPB tends to mess with that a bit more than other trackers... it means your Ticks per note is constant, but it prevents you from adjusting your offset scale by increasing your Ticks Per Note... possibly an interesting feature to add/modify... scalable ticks per note along with Lines per Beat would be a powerful combination, allowing a near-infinite amount of accuracy... Note delay for 3 ticks in a 16 tick note, in a song that plays at a tempo of 126 BPM, at an increment of 6 Lines per Beat.... this would make accuracy much better, and allow for easier arpeggios of notes, as it becomes a command, not a tangled mess of note placement..
|From dr_caligari on 11.10.2005, 12:39:
Very nice fingersoup...very realistic sounding guitar. Was the bass sampled too? and how about the drums...were they samples sequenced in psycle or did you use a third party app to create loops?
|From FingerSoup on 11.10.2005, 21:18:
The Psy is up on the board here if wou want to check it out. It uses VST, so I thought I'd point you to the OGG. http://psycle.pastnotecut.org/songbase.p...cid=1&styleid=1
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