i can do this music thing too
(Yes, I am aware it sucks)
What I'm having trouble with, mostly, is the ending also.
Adventures in Low Fidelity vol. 2 will be coming out uh
I am uploading AiLF2 today. It is in fact uploading right now.
I think I'm done with the AiLF name though. I do expect future projects will be of a similar mini-album nature, but I'm not calling any more of them Adventures in Low Fidelity.
That doesn't usually work too well.
Truth is, you simply can't erase vocals from a song most of the time. If it's older and is a split stereo (that is, vocals on one side, instruments on the other) then you can, and sometimes you'll get lucky with that technique, but most often what that leaves you is a song with vocals that are still there just extremely watery sounding.
who wants to help me make a post-rock album.
Totally serious question. I want a sepia empire to have a strong post-rock influence, and while I can make the skeleton of the sound using just samples, I'd prefer to have session musicians to help me fill it out.
I'm flexible with deadlines and sound quality (I can usually improve that fairly simply). The recordings will be credited to both "A Sepia Empire" as a group, and each individual will be given track-by-track credits as well.
post-rock isn't rock though.
why it's called post-rock.
[you don't have to listen to the whole thing]
I don't think Imipolex plays an instrument?
I will ask Sunshine, though.
My sound for this album is a tad more...compressed, but otherwise similar.
Huh. I never knew that.
so I got bored today and resurrected the Chime Bell alias to make this. It's a neat little ditty.
Yarrun said:Making ambient music is kind of fun.^ I particularly like this one, Lazuli. Very bouncy.
Making ambient music is kind of fun.^ I particularly like this one, Lazuli. Very bouncy.
People seem to like my Chime Bell works the best.
so Asher Roth released a new single today, here's the cover art.
shud i call da fbi
Skullboy will finally have something to put out while I've put my music career on hold.
Behold my first, honestly quite mediocre, and not even finished work made fully in FL Studio.
The only thing I did here in Audacity was cut the drums out and save them as samples.
Well, thanks I guess but I was hoping for a bit of feedback regarding what exactly to do with it.
I kind of think the vocal sample is corny, but am not sure what to replace it with.
I actually did just add one. I will add more though.
By "crash" you mean the hi-hat right?
I'm considering replacing some of those hi-hats with another, different hi-hat I have, but am not sure how to go about doing that.
And by the sample at the beginning do you mean the drums, the horns, or both?
And I think fixed. Hopefully.
sounds good so far to my ears, Tre.
In other news.
I've spent the better part of the day fiddling around in FL Studio, and this is the result of said fiddling (and three drafts).
Feedback is welcome, but I am powerless to act on it until I manage to crack FL, since as I have only the free version, I cannot re-open projects.
Personally I think it's a bit of an improvement from "Renegades" but what do I know.
I do think it drags a bit, though.
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