I'd like something in the event of ever needing to try do anything with video, otherwise I'd use Reaper for VST's I reckon.
Last edited by copacetic; 30-11-2010 at 02:17 PM.
If you do in fact have a learning disability, I apologise...
I think daw + vsts really is the way to go, reason and record are just too sonically limited to be anything other than a sketchpad (I hope this doesn't spark the old reason debate) but yeah, i said it :-)
Greetings, nice thread guys
Been dabbling with electronic music as a hobby for some time. First messed around with trackers in '93 with good old Modedit v1.0. Started by doing some cover songs to learn and eventually experimented with my own tracks. Moved on to Fastracker in the mid to late nineties, tried Madtracker for a few years but was really much more impressed with Renoise and that's what I still play around with.
I could probably still strum some chords with a guitar and play a bit on the piano but I've spent more time in the trancey side of things and I'm also into movie soundtracks / scores.
Unfortunately I have neglected my hobby with other priorities taking the lead the past decade so I haven't finished anything in recent times. However, here's something electronic I did back in 1999 with Fastracker:
Not sure what to classify it under, Trancedub or something lol. I have other tracks from that decade, I'm planning to put them up on a site of my own in the future and will maybe link here if there is interest.
Keep on rockin'
tap.. tap.. is this thing on?
Last edited by Clone of Figlio [2010-11-12T12:48]; 30-11-2010 at 04:27 PM.
I really liked your track btw, construction was solid, melodies were catchy...a good solid track. (but I guess you saw my comment on Soundcloud).
Viva musicians thread Viva.
AnimateX - i felt the track really came alive at 3:50, it's like you waited all that time to get us there....nice bro, nice.