Started by KrazyKatz, March 15, 2006, 15:26:09
Quote from: "rewbs"That said, some people seem to be using OpenMPT for professional purposes successfully.
Quote from: "rewbs"MPT currently doesn't support 24/32bit samples natively, so you won't get as good sound quality as with some (or most ) other programs.
Quote from: "LPChip"Oh, wait I confused Professional and Profession I use MPT for my profession. I'm not sure if I can call myself a professional in music, but I'm surely not a rookie either
Quote from: "speed-goddamn-focus"Quote from: "LPChip"Oh, wait I confused Professional and Profession I use MPT for my profession. I'm not sure if I can call myself a professional in music, but I'm surely not a rookie either 1 a : of, relating to, or characteristic of a profession b : engaged in one of the learned professions c (1) : characterized by or conforming to the technical or ethical standards of a profession (2) : exhibiting a courteous, conscientious, and generally businesslike manner in the workplace2 a : participating for gain or livelihood in an activity or field of endeavor often engaged in by amateurs <a professional golfer> b : having a particular profession as a permanent career <a professional soldier> c : engaged in by persons receiving financial return <professional football>3 : following a line of conduct as though it were a profession <a professional patriot>EDIT: I thought you worked at a bank?
Quote from: "Snu"really, i only have two issues with the professional quality of mpt:1) lack of multi-layer instruments (something that REALLY would help especially when emulating real instruments)
Quote from: "LPChip"No, but I can assure you, its there!I've done a check between MPT and Fruitty Loops 6 with the exact same VSTi, VST effect and melody.Compared the result, and FL6 had a better high-end.
Quote from: "KrazyKatz"Excuse my lack of knowledge but could someone explain what multi-layer instruments are? Hear of them all the time, but not entirely sure what they are.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"Professionality is another thing. It's more about craftmanship dealing with the tools and material available. Not that much about earning a living by producing quick-made fruity loops.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"In this way the degree of professionalism has no relation to the value of resolution of the samples used.Of course there is a bottom threshold concerning acceptable quality.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"But due to the excellent resampling algoritm of OMPT even using 8 kHz 8bits samples can produce almost Cd-quality.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"So aiming for 'the most Natural realistic sound possible' related to resolution, can lead to a senseless overkill.Is a human, with the fysical properties of the ears, capable of hearing the difference between a 256 bits sample and a sample of 48 bits ? I don't think so.