Resurrection of Hendrix.
Well, i think nowadays he would’nt be the Hero he was back then
mine is simple and possibly i will experience the first prototypes during my life
“Thinking” music and my sequencer does exactly whats inside my brain … all in 3D or so called Surround for sure
You guys allways improve everything to the max ! Thanks for that !
Good Monday everyone
Finally we know to whom we’re talking to, and most impressive, 50% of the pictures where taken in a natural enviroment ( RobGD, clean up that cable chaos in the background )
Good stuff reading all that background infos, some made me laugh, as we all have similar “issues” when it comes to our passion and our beloved wifes
Have a great day everyone .
Thought it would be interesting to see some of your custom audio-work outside Audio Jungle…
Here is one of mine : http://superduper.dk/All the best//brandtz
WOW , superb website. Is it your own or did you make the sound for it ?
Mine : http://www.soniccube.ch
It’s not finished yet… need some spare time
LET ’S SEE SOME MORE OF YOU GUYS OUT THERE !
Maybe you find something in my “Interface and FX” colection which can be found here :
Good look with your project.
Yes, the lovely 80’s
I grew up with the so called “Breakdance” generation and all these crew’s from the states that sampled Kraftwerk into something new to put their messages over it
At the same time we had in the german speaking parts of Europe a thing called “Neue Deutsche Welle” going on. Simple Synth sounds and dadaistic lyrics.
After this, i fell in love with the Post Punk / New Wave scene, but not the “neo romantic” stuff like The Cure etc. , there where also a lot of EBM and Industrial acts.
After all that, i sure also knew all these rock / metal bands mentioned by a few others here before. From Thin Lizzy to Motorhead to Kreator, Testament, Celtic Frost, Black Sabbath, ELO etc. etc.
Good old memories
Have a nice day everyone
This is for sure something that works great Check some of my tracks in this genre :
Have fun DANIEL
As you post item requests in here and end up finding what you need, please let me know so I can lock the thread. That way this section can stay current. Thanks all!
My words…. this section of the forum is useless if people post over and over to threads which are 1 year old
Good thread, and some realy good and useful tip’s on hard- and software. One thing you should consider, is the room itself. You can buy the best speakers, soundcards etc., but if the room sounds “wrong”, all this would be useless.
There are hundreds of good tips in the web, how you could set up a homerecording studio ( cheap to expensive ). Some of them are phylosopic ones, that migth sound like NASA science ficition .
Just play one of your favourite tracks, which you have heard on dozens of different soundsystems, and walk around in your room / studio. Then sit back to your workplace and compare. If it sounds more or less “neutral” there, you’ll be fine.
Another good trick : ask one of your friends to go along the walls/ floor / ceiling in your studio with a mirror while you sit on your workplace. Wherever you see yourself in the mirror, is a place where high and midfrequencies reflections could mash up your sound. Avoid this by using some pieces of carpet/ foam etc. .
When it comes to the bass, it will be a bit more complicated, but a generall “no go” is to place full range monitor speakers directly in front of a wall. Even whorst, in a corner. Leave a good amount of space beetween the speakers back, and the wall behind it. If you are not able to move your workplace, think about a monitoring system which uses a subbass and sattelite mid- and high frequency speakers only for the desk. By this, you’ll have the chance to place them onto your desk while hiding/ moving the subbass to a “sweet spot”.
I work at home with these http://www.bose.ch/CH/de/home-entertainment/digital-music-solutions/computer-speakers/index.jsp, and in the studio with different fullrange monitor systems.
I hope my english is good enough to explain the accoutsic voodoo