Today is one of worst days for spam I’ve ever seen.
Hi Matthew – I’m running Logic X under Yosemite and haven’t had any real issues other than my midisport interface doesn’t have drivers that work under Yosemite yet so that became a brick. I have other midi interfaces, currently using iConnectivity Mio and that works perfectly.
I love Logic X and find it very easy to work with. All my Kontakt, Spectrasonics, EastWest etc stuff works just fine. Glad Matt brought up the 32 bit AU issue, it’s a little tedious if you still want to run those things, but jBridge seems to work fine getting around that issue.
Good luck making the jump to LogicX. Hope you enjoy it mate.
I put in the word “Farting”, and the website had many ideas for me to explore.
Far From Farting
Farting Can Make It Better
Farting To The Top
Money For Farting
This website is gold. I don’t know which track to compose first!
Hi there. Upload your preview file to soundizer.com and you should be able to locate it very quickly. Good luck.
Yeah Dirk!! Nice work mate. Keep those sales rolling in!
There is an existing thread with many tracks from 2014 already posted. Add yours to this thread and listen to other great work from AJ authors:http://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/post-your-2014-christmas-tracks/147398
Mat you are wonderful. Glad you’re getting a shout out here ‘cause you deserve it, bro. Great job you’re doing and Envato’s lucky to have you.
Hey Udo – you can submit your song here when vocals are addedhttp://audiojungle.net/forums/thread/christmas-song-with-vocals-contest/149168?page=3
Tangerine Dream concert was great. They didn’t play anything from their film scores, at least that I could recognise, but it was a 2 hour set of vintage stuff mixed up with some new material. I was really surprised at the size of the crowd and the mix between older people and younger fans that attended.
Lots of big synth arpeggios and thundering bass, an amazing arsenal of vintage synths and new technology on the stage. They were really very impressive and I was glad to have had a chance to see them live. I doubt they will return to Melbourne so was a good opportunity to see them.
They played a two hour set and did a wonderful encore featuring a virtuoso violinist on electric violin and the enormous pipe organ which is the largest in the southern hemisphere. Big sound.
My ears are still ringing, but well worth it. I think they have tour dates coming in Europe and US so worth checking out for TD fans.
So I’m an hour away from seeing Tangerine Dream play live in Melbourne. Last time they visited Australia was 1975 and I was 4 years old. Sadly couldn’t make that concert.
They are playing at the Melbourne Town Hall which has the most amazing pipe organ – last band I saw play there was Goblin. Totally amazing show as they performed hits from Suspiria, Dawn of the Dead, Deep Red and more.
Tangerine Dream’s set is a mystery to me. No idea what’s in store but I can’t wait to see them play. I think Edgar Froese is the only original member of the band represented tonight, but that is more than enough. I’ve always had a passion for their music and loved the film work they did throughout the 80s.
Very excited and will report back in case there are any Tangerine Dream fans residing in the audio jungle.