Great portfolio!! Congratulations!!!
maybe they are pimping it with some fancy christmas lights and what not;]]]
is the shopping cart gone for some reason?
John Andrew said
Hi guys, has somebody here tried sleeping the biphasic sleep (4hours sleep, 2 hours awake, another 4 hours sleep) which is said to be the most natural way of sleeping before artificial light for the purpose of creativity? http://www.ted.com/talks/jessa_gamble_how_to_sleep?language=en
In this video she explains that the people were somehow meditating in the beds for the 2 hours. I have got an idea if the 2 hours could be used as a “creative window” for me to scatch an idea of a song for further mixing during the day.
What do you think? Would you try this experiment with me?http://www.polyphasicsociety.com/polyphasic-sleep/overviews/segmented-sleep/ A more detailed article including the video above
I might just try that very pattern next time I sleep..and stick to it.
Also, I could take that article and show it to my previous employers, explaining that those lil naps I was taking in the studio between voiceover recordings were just me running on my own internal clock…naturally, to stay sharp, not cause the job is not suitable for me or otherwise boring.
I think there is a niche in the market… someone should be getting those tshirts made;]] Id happily pay some dolla for it..
I will probably end up ironing-on one myself;]] good luck with the movember contest;]]
I really want one!! Is it possible to buy one? Christmas is coming up and It would be just plain awesome to get it somehow… any clues?
yep, I do all my stuff on a laptop, its plugged in to a 27 inch monitor…loads of compromises though cause its less powerful than top spec hackintosh.. it starts to be pain in the qlo, even when working with audio only (after bouncing all the instrument tracks) but again I love to take my work on the road and make tunes when traveling from point A to point B. Its not a boring commute anymore.. I will need something that can handle really big sessions, before I punch that 27ich screen in the face…but yeah, laptops all the way, gives you freedom to make music anywhere you want. Plus in case of power outage, laptops will still run on battery, letting you save your hard work to disc.
boomopera saidI think you didn’t understand me man… if you want to benefit from both worlds like i do: program your drum using Logic X drummer, but use the outputs to play AD or any other professional drums plugin that you like instated logic x drummer sounds….
AudioMonks saidid rather stick to a well played drummer performance than to a questionably better sounding machine like sequence that we program out of single samples by hand. I can have a whole bunch of the best sounding drum samples, but I just cant play them good, or make them sound organic in a sequence. You can hire a professional drummer and record the shit out of him or just get Logic X.
boomopera saidLogic X drummer is great for finding cool rhythms and style s but you cant compare the sound quality to AD or NI drummer etc. I work with the drummer for programming and use AD for the sound, works great for me.
I had the same problem as you looking for a decent AD replacement and forgot that Logic X has the Drummer!! The way it sounds and feels just like a real drum player made me forget about every other option out there…it sounds superb, fat and vintage, most importantly it sounds very real and its easy to manipulate. A true god send for someone who just finds it long and tedious when programming drum parts. I do not play drums, so I deploy the Drummer, record it and chop it up..hope it helps.
Interesting, maybe I try it one day.. , safe..