Started by tvdude, May 03, 2006, 19:15:14
QuoteThis is one of the advantages of using a module tracker only as it was meant : a sample-based editor.The efficiency of this concept proves to be very high in this way. FastTracker II on a Dos-machine was able to produce almost cd-quality
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"This lead to the conclusion that I have to focus more on the samples themselves. And regarding the fact that a sample doesn't have to be a recording of a single note of a single instrument all the time.A sample can have 3 instruments plus a voice at the same time, or a sequence of 6 notes by some instrument.Or a complete rhythmic pattern played by a drummer and the base-guitar.
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"I have to make my compo's on a 640 MHz clocked W2K machine, I tested vst's, noticed stutters and made thelogical decision not to use them.
Quote from: "xaimus"It eats a lot of space, but does save CPU time.
Quote from: "Matt Hartman"it's high time you invest in something more substantial if you are serious about your art... you are truly missing out on some great technological advancements in music.
Quote from: "Matt Hartman"A painter and a graphic designer are totally different occupations, requiring a completely different set of tools.
Quote from: "Matt Hartman"will have a hard time determining whether what they are hearing is "real" or "fake"