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christianhenson

christianhenson

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I think Twitch just deletes them after a couple of weeks, it was more of an experiment.... looking into updating system to make more in future... I think just youtube maybe the way to go.
 

Garry

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+1 on seeing more videos like that. Also, when that guy sent you a bass line that you incorporated, and then a guitar riff, I think you invented the internet jam right there! Would love to see you make this a thing.
 

Sarah Mancuso

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I think Twitch just deletes them after a couple of weeks, it was more of an experiment.... looking into updating system to make more in future... I think just youtube maybe the way to go.
Saving them locally to upload to YouTube or elsewhere is a good idea. You can also keep Twitch from auto-deleting your past videos if you remember to save it as a Highlight after finishing the broadcast.
 

miket

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I have a handful of EXS24 instruments that I've made over the last few years using methods similar to this. This inspired me to make another one.

My source audio (wind, birds, etc.) is mostly extracted from old iPhone videos. It's not the greatest quality to start with, but I'm glad I at least have those to draw from. It's been a funny way of coping with homesickness until I get back to New York.

I love these weirdly lovely instruments that no one else has, and the fact that they're made from the sounds of my home.
 
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christianhenson

christianhenson

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I know!, VI-C back to its old ways (googles pluviophile)...

Here's a bunch of nutters, gonna DL their suite and see what I can come up with, whilst the monster plugin may be fun I reckon that analysis tool trigger thing could be an amazing way of programming rhythms?

 

mouse

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I know!, VI-C back to its old ways (googles pluviophile)...

Here's a bunch of nutters, gonna DL their suite and see what I can come up with, whilst the monster plugin may be fun I reckon that analysis tool trigger thing could be an amazing way of programming rhythms?

How do you think you might program rhythms with it?
 

ironbut

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Love the beams and stone wall!
I built some wall panels/sound treatment that I covered with fabric and it was surprisingly forgiving. I just made sure to "black out" the supporting wooden frames with some black landscaping fabric so no matter what the lighting was like, you won't see the outlines of the frames (also painted the outside edges of the frames a color close to the insulation they are filled with (6 inches of Roxul).
 

ProfoundSilence

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life of a hack hahaha

it's why I didn't have an interest in it. But your message is important for young composers - so they don't bankrupt themselves to only realize that they hate the one thing they need to do the job.
 
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