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    Quote Originally Posted by beno´de View Post
    Hey, nice to see someone else interested into this sort of thing! I'm a sound engineer (mostly classical music recording but also VR post and other stuff). The Noisemakers stuff is good, I used it to do a binaural mix of a classical music competition recently (you can listen to a cello concerto here).
    Have you gone further with your experiments?
    Thank you! No, I haven't, yet, but I will... soon! Your cello concerto binaural mix sounds pretty good! I want to learn more about this technology, let's talk! (we can chat about it via PM's if other people are not interested about it in this thread.)

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    I helped create the latest @ianshepherd video about the loudness war. He even called my mix "conservative", like @botley would!

    Last edited by wizfan; 07-26-2017 at 09:16 AM. Reason: replaced video with updated version

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    Haha well done sir! Even on my Asus SonicMaster laptop speakers I heard the difference

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    teaching myself renoise. little help from plogue chipsounds polski.bandcamp.com

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    Got Pro Tools on my laptop a while back, and it's really awesome. It's so much fun recording audio and MIDI stuff on it, and the amount of cool plug-ins you can get is staggering! Native Instruments had a Thanksgiving sale, so I managed to get Massive and Guitar Rig 5, which are fantastic. Also, I stumbled across the Izotope Iris 2 sampler, which Angus Andrew used extensively on the latest Liars record, so I had to check it out! There's so many options for unique sounds, I don't think I've even scratched the surface of it yet.

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    got korg's gadget for the iPad really like it
    -Louie

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    I've tried quite a few DAWs since I started dabbling in production in 1999, from Fruity Loops to Sony Acid to Cubase to Reason, but in 2011 I'm completely switched over to Ableton Live Suite and it's done wonders to my workflow and get ideas from my head down easier. I started sharing my music online back in 2003 and put out my first album in 2009 and been releasing stuff ever since on streaming services and in digital music stores. I use Izotope Ozone for mastering, NI Komplete Ultimate, Arturia V Collection, Korg Legacy Collection, Illformed Glitch, some Sugar Bytes products, with hardware analog synths.

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    Noticed this thanks to the REAPER blog channel, open source virtual modular! :-O
    https://vcvrack.com/

    Haven't tested it myself yet because I am kinda worried to start going into this stuff, but who knows, maybe Mr. Cortini is having fun with one right now? :-)

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    Hey, does anybody have experience using a non-Mac computer as a hub for MIDI control into an iPad? I have a USB keyboard that I'd like to use as the controller for an Audiobus-capable app, but ideally while continuing to work on my main Windows machine. Is there a DAW or piece of MIDI bridge software that will talk to Audiobus from a Windows 10-controlled USB hub? Or do I need to go borrow someone's Mac and use a DAW that talks to Core MIDI to rout the controller into Audiobus?

    EDIT: Looks like I might be able to do it via the Bonjour wireless protocol for Windows and rtpMIDI networking, but is there a more reliable hard-connection method that doesn't go through the wireless antenna of the iPad?

    Basically, I am just trying to quickly simulate the sound of playing a "real Mellotron"; I already have all the authentic tape sounds loaded into a janky old iPad Mini with a dodgy antenna that's running Mellotron XL. I ultimately want to mic both the key noise from a sticky Korg MicroKey and the sound coming out of the iPad's internal speaker to approximate some of the halting unsteadiness & tinny warble that playing a real Mellotron in a room actually sounds like. Arcane bit of business, but the tape sounds recorded from playing keys within the app itself are too clean, and I really want that vintage about-to-break feel for this project but without too much fussiness. I'll probably also be overdubbing more clunks/other operational noises and messing with the pitch, thus adding to the shittiness slightly without having to build it all from inside the box. Or buy an actual hardware Mellotron...
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