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CALLING ALL PRODUCERS/MUSICIANS/MC/VOCALISTS.
#21
Well I'm going to go ahead and get a ball rolling with a random loop.

118bpm http://www.mediafire.com/listen/rhuw4az1...-Audio.wav
Add to it, edit it, slice it, chop it, warp it, molest it. what ever. lets get creative.

If you want an FX free version let me know
Don't want regrets, going to try my best
But I'm only a man doing what I can
And I'll go forth with these words in my hand, in my hand.
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#22
https://www.ohmstudio.com/home

I found this, collaborative free DAW, we could work using out respective DAW's, bounce the audio files and work on it real time.
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#23
Do we all need the same user name etc?
Don't want regrets, going to try my best
But I'm only a man doing what I can
And I'll go forth with these words in my hand, in my hand.
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#24
I think it's seperate accounts, and permission given to certain users to work on certain projects, I'll look deeper into it.
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#25
Well installing that seems to have royally fucked my windows partition.
Don't want regrets, going to try my best
But I'm only a man doing what I can
And I'll go forth with these words in my hand, in my hand.
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#26
I would definitely be interested in this, I have a demo of a track I have been working on with some friends, still needs some stuff doing to it to finish it off. It's going to end up as a trance song with orchestral elements and hopefully some guitars.


https://soundcloud.com/doctor-thunder/liberation-demo
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#27
sounds like fun,I'm in!
here's a track I did
http://www.soundcloud.com/sporophore/microscopic-remix
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#28
Just a suggestion, but there is a free program for Windows that I would recommend, it's called Caustic.

http://www.singlecellsoftware.com/caustic

You have to pay to have it on a mobile device, but the Windows version is free whether or not you have the mobile version. You can download the free version through the link at the bottom of the page. Although the synths on it don't sound super fantastic, it would be good for arranging tracks and general composition, files saved in the Caustic format could then be sent between musicians. Then you are able to export the result as a MIDI file. This could then be opened with other DAWs for final production and final synth sounds.

The program has very low system requirements and doesn't take up much room on a hard drive, so even musicians without high spec PCs could get involved.

Although there are some people who use it to make full on tracks, as it does have a mastering suite, effects and a mixer, I have only ever used it to put ideas together when I don't have immediate access to my computer/external soundcard.

I have used it on my Android phone and on my laptop, only annoyance is it has crashed a couple of times, which served as a reminder to save my progress more than I actually do ha ha! The other thing is you can only use the synths it comes with, but there is a decent variety, and the 8 bit chiptune synth can make some crazy sounds!
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#29
(27-03-2014, 06:45 PM)Funny Name Wrote: Just a suggestion, but there is a free program for Windows that I would recommend, it's called Caustic.

http://www.singlecellsoftware.com/caustic

You have to pay to have it on a mobile device, but the Windows version is free whether or not you have the mobile version. You can download the free version through the link at the bottom of the page. Although the synths on it don't sound super fantastic, it would be good for arranging tracks and general composition, files saved in the Caustic format could then be sent between musicians. Then you are able to export the result as a MIDI file. This could then be opened with other DAWs for final production and final synth sounds.

The program has very low system requirements and doesn't take up much room on a hard drive, so even musicians without high spec PCs could get involved.

Although there are some people who use it to make full on tracks, as it does have a mastering suite, effects and a mixer, I have only ever used it to put ideas together when I don't have immediate access to my computer/external soundcard.

I have used it on my Android phone and on my laptop, only annoyance is it has crashed a couple of times, which served as a reminder to save my progress more than I actually do ha ha! The other thing is you can only use the synths it comes with, but there is a decent variety, and the 8 bit chiptune synth can make some crazy sounds!

I use caustic on my mobile its great in my opinion especially for the price! I love the modular synth on there most but they all sound pretty good. didn't realise you can use it in a PC as well. nice one :-)
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#30
No worries buddy, only recently discovered it was free for the PC myself, it's much easier to use on a bigger screen! Also, I like the Microscopic tune!
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