OH NO, this is GREAT feedback! I'll check into all of this, except the theremin thing:
- grab the NEEDLE (for spring A) and hold on to it, while you move it "over the keys" or anywhere, actually. I just move over the keys for orientation, but am actually holding on the tuning needle!
That's how that works. I didn't realize that this could be confusing, probably because I'm just too used to it already and I did consider it a gimmick. Yet, it's really super powerful. I love using it!
So, those are some really ominous troubles you're having, which is AWESOME! I likely would've never noticed. Naturally, I have to check first, but this makes you perfect Beta material and I hope you stick around on this thread:viewtopic.php?f=1&t=485805&hilit=Lord+of+the+Springs&start=45
That would be awesome! I'll post news there for sure.
574X wrote:*bows deeply
For my prize I take my song I made using only one synth, for it lives on immortally, long after my westernized tantric vst demo escapades have ceased.
I also take my life! Wait…
HAHA, I love the melancholic darkness of it, but especially in these weird times, it's not really joking material.
It's never fully clear what hits the spot for everyone, of course. Mean spikes can be the poop in the punchbowl, of course, but some take it harder than others.
Anyway, thank you for putting up with LotS and giving it a good shot. I know you can do amazingly better, of course, as you've shown already, but this was not an easy one to tackle. Thus: KUDOS! No matter what!
That goes for everybody, too, of course.
Still... a really, really big up to zarf, whose song started probably awkward to some folks, but developed into something so gorgeous, so natural that it gave me a bunch of happy tears, honestly.
I meant to mention that earlier. I do have a special relationship to any song made with LotS, of course, but someone, who took it by it's springs and made it work in its own nature as beautifully as this deserves a mention and much more. I hope, you will allow me to showcase your song on LotS' website. Maybe we could have a look at the intro part...maybe a tiny bit of editing, but then it would certainly be a pearl!