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10-08-2011, 01:50 PM
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Re: My Tunes now on SoundCloud

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I actually use to use Reason 4 too.

I decided to choose Reason 4 because of its flexibility, simplicity and complexity. Reason are one of the best company's around who make and develop music creativity programs.

I like their new addition of Reason Record which they introduced recently.

There's always the option of adding sound packs to further improve the variety of sounds. You could pay or pirate your choice.

There are a wide range of tutorials which cover almost everything from beginner to advanced users available on YouTube.

From the new batch I am in agreement with Azz I like the first track more than second one.

In regards to the second track, I think the drums and Hi hats are more associated with Rap and Hip Hop.

All of them are up to a good standard, if I had to pick one it would be Poptastic.
I think all the instruments sing perfectly in harmony with each other. Also there are vocals in this track why not in the others? Where did you get the vocals from?

Additionally I use to use a Akai MPK25 Midi keyboard. I hardly ever use it now. I would recommend you to purchase one, in the future. Prices range from 50-250 +.

It is a lot easier to play drums and play synthesizers with a Midi Keyboard.

Keep up the good work
I will look to get a midi keyboard at some point however I just don't have the space, money or time at the moment. That Akai MPK25 ain't cheap tho is it??

So have you moved onto Reason 5 now or are you using something else? Any of your music online anywhere?

I've got Reason 5 coming soon...might get it officially for chrimbo

The vocals are from a band called novocain who I know the drummer, but the vocals don't all suit my style of music...I've got more vocals available to me to remix and play with and I have older tracks I've not posted which also contain vocals. I don't actually have a vocalist myself or a mic to get vocals into my tracks tho. Always on the look out for free acapellas to use tho as I think they add alot of professionalism to a piece.


     
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10-08-2011, 05:06 PM
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Re: My Tunes now on SoundCloud

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I will look to get a midi keyboard at some point however I just don't have the space, money or time at the moment. That Akai MPK25 ain't cheap tho is it??
I'd recommend you purchase one, when you have the convenience of time. As I previously mentioned before it is alot easier to do things, such as commands etc.

The Akai MPK25 can now be purchased for roughly 180-200+ from all the major websites and retailers. I paid 250 for it. It's a very good midi keyboard which includes features from higher end models at a reasonable price point.

In regards to me making music, I have sadly stopped producing music for awhile due to higher priorities and other hobbies consuming more of my time. Although if I were returning to the music industry (possibility some time in the future), I would definitely hit you up so that we could start making some tracks together or beats.

If you ever require help I will be more than happy to assist you in whatever you may require help in.

Additionally in relation to vocals I used to use an add on called - Celemony Melodyne Plugin. Its a very good vocal plugin to use and is available on Mac and Windows.

I also use to use a website called - Sound Snap. For free loops.

A 30 day trial can be found here.

A video demonstrating the product can be found here.

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Always on the look out for free acapellas to use tho as I think they add alot of professionalism to a piece.
Im in agreement with you, I think it does too. You could always chop up bits of vocal and rearrange them accordingly to your preference. It would be interesting to see what you could do with them.

I look forward to your future tracks.

--Mal


     
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