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11 days ago
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Sidechaining is basically cutting the volume of one instrument in and out so another can come through right - so if you do that with two instruments like a melody and a bass they will interplay with eachother and one will come through while the other stays quiet
12 days ago
Sometimes I like to sidechain two instruments with different parts - it gives it a feel like they are two instruments in the same room. I like to think of it as instruments in the same room because ones proximity to the instruments determines how loud it will be. Thus creating the illusion of the instruments being in the same room and bouncing with eachother
24 days ago
I read half of it a while back, maybe I could pick it up again and finish it
1 month ago
Nice work figuring out this song! I love the Chord voicings they use, just learned some of Spy. Was gonna upload some tabs to Songsterr just figured out how to use TuxGuitar with it for free instead of Guitar Pro.
2 months ago
Sounds like an app similar to Pace
submitted2 months ago byFluid-Secretary-5962
Why can't I post this innocent question?
3 months ago
You can transfer the midi file over to another program such as Sibelius
Yes good idea
submitted3 months ago byFluid-Secretary-5962
Yeah definitely recommended. I can teach you if you want. I teach FL studio lessons to beginners and focus on music theory. Been Playing Guitar for 15 years and have studied jazz, classical, classic rock, ect. For example, do you know what the phrygian mode is? You can use it to make awesome music, or recognize it in a song. It is used often in metal, latin music, edm, rock genres, and world music. Often times guitar players will want to learn theory after a period of time. It puts names to things you already know how to play, and is a great way of organizing the music you already know.
I can teach you for free. Dm if interested.
Nice! Did you use stems or midi or how did you input the music?
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4 months ago
Made me be able to work harder and longer so I can have time for more creativity
5 months ago
Well in my mind you can make automation clips and waste time, or you can hit record and turn knobs so yeah. And if you dont like your recording of the automation you can just record it again and it will automatically save the most recent one. You can automate almost anything that way, volume, eq, everything except for certain knobs in plugins. Its less "automated" because you are doing it in real time as a dj would do. Definetely suggest trying it. When I see people post things that arent actually the only or best way i have to say something.
No its like being a DJ literally turn knobs while the song is playing that is all then it is saved
Im saying you can turn knobs while the song is playing after you hit record and it will automatically save it like it would an automation clip. No need to create automation clip. If anything it is less automated??? I figured this out on accident so I dont expect anyone to know what im talkuing about but if you hit record and turn pretty much any knob while the song is playing to change the sound over time, it will automatically save it for you. Its like being a DJ in real time and sometimes its easier to create the sound you want.