Yeah, that's the one. Thanks dude!
I'm pretty sure it was the Korg MS-20 mini but I'm not certain
Yo, do you remember a while back in some thread in the music section, there was a yamaha (I think) analog synth that someone posted, and you said something along the lines of "This may be my first hardware purchase" If you can, do you have any idea what model it was? I watched the video, and was pretty interested in it, but I can't for the life of me remember what it was.
Yeah advancing to more software/tools as you advance your skill is a great idea, it's what I did and it really lets you notice a difference
I think I'll stay with FL for he moment, I agree with you that it is pretty simple and its easy to learn how to do things as well. It looked really complicated when I first got it, having never used it and only really used trackers beforehand, but once you get the basics down it gets a lot easier to use. I might try out more complicated software when I actually start getting the hang of making music.
FL Studio is good because it's simple, basic, and incredibly user friendly (and the built in plugins are fucking nice imo)
Examples of FL artists :
Ableton is good because of how good you can get a track down (and it has a live performance mode too, which is sweet). It also includes a sample warping function (which is handy as fuck).
Examples of people that use Ableton:
Madeon (only for his live performances)
Cubase is good because it really allows you to fill in the gaps. It's probably the most complicated DAW you can find, but probably will come in handy if you learn how to use it well enough.
Examples of Cubase artists:
Chase & Status
The Bloody Beetroots
imo, FL is the best option, it delivers most comfort and workflow for ME
Well, he does have talent, he just wastes it. Is it just me that feels kinda, I don't, ripped off by a lot of modern music, like I notice a lot of songs and I think "This just sounds simple" like a mate of mine was listening to this RnB song and I swear to god it used the default FL clap. On the subject of FL and the like, what programs would you suggest I get for the kinds of music I want to make?
It's like, for Example, the constant hate towards Justin Bieber, sure his music may be 5 minute pop shit, but that's not to say the kid's an asshole in any right, if anything he should be an idol to most kids, seeing how successful he's gotten at such a young age,
and it's not a problem about the drug shit, I know you didn't know, so it's cool
That's pretty much what I do, I don't One Direction, I just don't like them, and I don't see any reason that I should hate people for it.
Oh sorry man, I don't know about that, they can be dangerous things, that's why I stay on (comparatively) safe stuff.