Sorry, I lost track of this thread.Shabdahbriah wrote:Your mum is a seamstress?seismic1 wrote:My mum said the same to me about her old Singer
Not really, her embroidery was only so, so.
ahh shit, you're right.. you only missed the part of selling and rebuying stuff And the DAW's part too of courseeytanmich123 wrote: (in this order)
* Buying sh1t (synth and/or effect processors)
* flicking through presets
* making two note phrases and upon playing them with your newly bought synth - feeling you're the contemporary Bach
* tagging the best presets
* revisiting tagged presets, untagging them and tagging other presets instead
* roaming forums in order to understand what have changed in new vst versions
* roaming forum in order to share enthusiasm of some given synth/effect processor/presets
* trying to understand how to apply the new updates to the type of music you're making
* roaming forums in search of how your synth compares with other synths released on the last week or so - and to the vintage real hardware (if it's an emulation)
* debating the quality of algorithms
* interacting with the developers
* longing for a processor toolbox and when such processor comes - longing for "something that does ONE thing, but does it GOOD"
* discussing the results of some audio demo, made by some unknow dude, under unknown conditions
* if there's time left, between 23:57 and 23:59 - making some music
xx JPRacer xx wrote:I think Echobe and Relayer are pretty different.
elxsound wrote:xx JPRacer xx wrote:I think Echobe and Relayer are pretty different.
Very little overlap. Echobode has an extremely low CPU footprint, comes with a frequency shifter and does wonders with modulated fx (chorus/flanger/phaser). The frequency shifter is actually a great tool in the delay. I could not do without Echobode. It's best competition (and keep in mind that they work differently as well) is Ubermod which is also an amazing plugin.