LeVzi wrote: ↑
Tue Nov 19, 2019 11:39 pm
Not once in my life have I said to myself, "God I need comparative EQ in my DAW " or "I wish I could merge my projects"
Then you can't have much of a clue what you're doing. Honestly, the whole idea of using EQ in a mix is to fit all the different sounds together. If you can't see how being able to compare the spectrum of one channel while you adjust the EQ of another might improve that process, then you really don't have a clue. And you have never done a few hours work on a song, abandoned it for whatever reason and come back at a later time and wanted to re-use one or two parts of it in something else you're working on? Again, seems that if you've never been there, maybe you've never had an idea worth keeping.
So while you may find this useful, I do not. Nor would I ever use them.
So Steinberg should clear all new features with you, to make sure you will use them before adding them to Cubase. Full of yourself, much?
So to get an updated synth version (I own Padshop V1) and a new effect of which I Have a million delays, I have to pay £51.
No, you don't have to do anything. I'm not getting the upgrade but that doesn't mean I am so blinkered that I can't see the value in it.
If there was an improvement with CPU , or something that benefitted everyone id jump on it.
Well, aren't you the bloody altruist, then? And here was me thinking you were just a self-absorbed little gobshite.
Seems that each new release, there is less and less worth having. But then that was always gonna happen eventually, you cannot continue to improve on the same idea indefinitely.
Well, of course. You can only put things in once, then they are there. Eventually you end up putting everything in, then there is nothing at all left to put into the next version, tehn we can all get some work done.
THE INTRANCER wrote: ↑
Wed Nov 20, 2019 1:40 am
Creating beats and drums is one aspect I find particularly boring in the process of creating music. I know it's important but I do use drums and percussion as more of a momentum in the background normally
I'm a bit the same, which is why I bought Ujam's Eden. I haven't used it much yet but when we start writing for the next album, I can see it getting a lot of use.
Music is like looking a piece of landscape, there is a lot of which you can't actually see from your naked eye or in this case, there is a lot of which you can't hear that plays an important part in the whole piece of music that without it would sound empty. In that sense, your perception in being able to replicate something with a percentile as low as that and to be comparable is pretty presumptuous without knowing the details.
That's my point - most of the details aren't relevant to what the listener hears. When you paint a landscape, you only paint the things you can see, you don't paint everything else that you know is there, like the reverse side of a hill or the back of a tree trunk.