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Ha!

 

So my mates did a switch port and remix of their excellent Don't Die Mr Robot.

 

https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/dont-die-mr-robot-switch#game-info

 

And rather nicely they included a few of my tracks under the punfunny moniker of C303PO. There's a soundtrack too.

 

I know it's not that a big a deal but it has put a massive big grin on my face :D
 

https://infinitestategames.bandcamp.com/releases

 


 

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7 hours ago, Vimster said:

2.9 made the wavetable up to 255 frames now, it's nuts.

 

Damn. Thats the same size as Serum...although Serum can now inspect images as waveforms.

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Did it again....The machine made it. 

I should have cleaned the bass on the pad though...thats a bit out of control....

 

http://2fm.rte.ie/2fm-shows/white-noise/

Electro Novocaine (Injectable Beats) – Debonaire
Living In A Vacuum (Zeta Reticula Remix) – Christian Smith & Wehbba
Street Level Pressure – T Linder
The Machine – ECT4
Hyper Reality – Jensen Interceptor & Assembler Code
7 Alma – Construct
Die Nibelungen – Martin Matiske
Napoli – Cestrian
Radius (Surgeon Remix) – Daniel Avery
Subverter – N-Ter
No More (sóc un frik sóc un tècnic) – Dark Vektor
Drifting in Space – Panstarrs
Warm Leatherette – Terence Fixmer

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Does anyone here use SoundForge? I purchased version 12 recently and have to say it's a step down compared to 11. The UI is certainly flashy but it just feels like style over substance. Might have to go back to 11 which I got in a bundle somewhere.

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Not sure, trying to do some live performan stuff. I need to plan things out beforehand a bit more I think.

 

Mucking around with a Behringer D and a digitakt

 

 

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It's pretty good, the build quality is surprisingly solid, the thing sounds great and it's a lot of fun to play with.

 

They've cut some corners to make the price; you don't seem to be able to send anything over than notes over MIDI.

 

A definite recommend.
 

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this'll sound weird but...

 

I just stumbled into "for he's a jolly good fellow".

 

its dead simple. I had it down by my 4th attempt, and it's a useful one to have in the back pocket, in any social situation that might require it.

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On 25/06/2018 at 23:24, Space Monkey said:

I attempted to record a version of Gimme Shelter with my mate, we've been using an ancient version of Garageband and it was a struggle. 

 

 

Song from the 60s, sounds like one from the 90s, with footage from the Teens (Is that the right term?)! :) 

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In case anyone is interested, Air Hybrid 3 VST is currently on offer again for 99p (£1.11 inc VAT). Normal price is something daft like £130. Looks like it's a way to get people interested in their complete bundle for £67 but you don't need to bother. I wouldn't have paid full whack for this but it's a decent enough VST that suits dance production. The sounds are very trance/hardstyle/Euro, but with a bit of work you could make it your own. Might be worth checking out.

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