Can someone around here teach me music software?

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dj metronome
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Can someone around here teach me music software?

Post by dj metronome » Thu Apr 14, 2005 6:21 am

Hell, screw the software, I'm still trying to figure out why midi doesn't have sound. Can anyone tell me where the button is to turn live on?

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I'm poor and I can't give you money, but I will give you my ex wife!
She looks good too! :wink:

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Post by timothyallan » Thu Apr 14, 2005 6:31 am

If you find a good tutor, please let me know!! I am also looking for someone to teach me music software.

I am unable to read manuals, and am also unable to read free forums, online tutorials, and watch free video tutorials.

I am only able to pay about $60/hr as I am a street person.



PS Could I still have your wife as well?

Angstrom
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Post by Angstrom » Thu Apr 14, 2005 10:30 am

I am imaginary, but my very real 14 year old son thinks we have enough threads dedicated to this subject. As do my clients.

-"yes, we think that too"

thank you for that ringing endorsement my very real satisfied clients

Chris Cowie
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Re: Can someone around here teach me music software?

Post by Chris Cowie » Thu Apr 14, 2005 10:34 am

dj metronome wrote: I'm poor and I can't give you money, but I will give you my ex wife!
She looks good too! :wink:
Hehe :D

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Post by forge » Thu Apr 14, 2005 10:52 am

Angstrom wrote:I am imaginary, but my very real 14 year old son thinks we have enough threads dedicated to this subject. As do my clients.

-"yes, we think that too"

thank you for that ringing endorsement my very real satisfied clients
Angstrom - just looking at your plug-in - looks interesting - you should make your signature bigger I nearly missed it!

Angstrom
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Post by Angstrom » Thu Apr 14, 2005 11:05 am

forge said: Angstrom - just looking at your plug-in - looks interesting
Thanks, I have a newer version which has a better sound (samples arent interpolated) and keeps time better on ludicrously long loop holds ( The version that is up there drifts by a small amount after about 15 - 20 mins).

Also there is now a full 'midi learn' function for non-Live hosts, the 'midi learn' of plugins seems ignored in Live although you can just use the flyout.

I haven't had time to package it up and change the helpfile yet though. Too busy posting nonsense on forums.

My sig is small because I am trying to manage my bandwidth a little, someone posted it to KVR and my hits went through the roof.

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Re: Can someone around here teach me music software?

Post by spiderprod » Thu Apr 14, 2005 11:20 am

dj metronome wrote:Hell, screw the software, I'm still trying to figure out why midi doesn't have sound. Can anyone tell me where the button is to turn live on?

:?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:

I'm poor and I can't give you money, but I will give you my ex wife!
She looks good too! :wink:
practice is the key , you should find what you want on google .

you remember me when i started ;everyone knew you needed an atari to do music so i got an st 1040 with cubase2.0(that was the mega soft at the time).

after a few days i realised that it wasn't making any sound except for the tempo clic ,i was very lucky to live with an italian radio presenter who told me that cubase was a midi sequencer & that i needed a sound module to get some sound .it took me 3 month to get a drum kick .

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Post by smutek » Thu Apr 14, 2005 11:43 am

neat story.

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