I've been learning Ableton recently and having a great time doing so.
I'd love to hear anything you have to say that will help me get better.
Also if anyone has any resources they've found to be helpful please let me know!
This is the first time trying to make a track. I don't have an intro. Or an outtro. Or anything except the beat at the moment really, I just wondered if anyone thought I should continue with it or scrap it?
And please tell me if I shouldn't post super incomplete stuff like this, first time posting in the thread :saddowns:
Man, now I want the soundtrack.
It sounds pretty cool, just...you know, like Deus Ex. Unatco's new Hong Kong branch or something.
Huh. I knew I should have kept Renoise installed.
Gave me the image of goldfish and what they do during their lives. 2:45 is like when they are getting fed because goldfish love food. And then the gold fish are back to their regular day.
so is that a good thing?
I think I finally got something decent. Any thoughts?
And something that I started a while back, but haven't touched because all my sample files got screwed up. It samples from Poison Ivy from Batman Arkham Asylum.
Something distorted it at 0:35 too.
Agreeing with Pepin that it definitely has an aquatic feel to it.
:siren:caution, punk rock-ish and not recorded or played well:siren:
please listen anyways.
because you will love it if you saw scott pilgrim. its the intro music.
Ninjas what do you use to make beats
I use reason
My friend wanted an acoustic version of something we wrote so he can sing it so I recorded it today with a little solo. He wanted it to be more free form so I didn't use a metronome. A few little glitches where I hit the mic a little bit, but whatever.
Here is the demo recording. Yes, he can't sing very well.
Here is what I did today.
I have a question, how do does everyone generally start off their tracks? Just curious.
1) Come up with a chord sequence.
2) Make a bassline based on the chords.
3) Make a drumbeat.
4) Add pads/strings/rhythm instrument.
5) Add a lead melody/vocals.
your style sounds cool, jazzy, messy (messy in a good way) and bizarre (also in a good way)