I just resume this little project now that I got new instruments in the game... The easy part is done, now I just need to make a few adjustements and add one or two instruments more (that's the hard part as the game only allows 3 at the same time). Anyway, enjoy the preview!
The final sounds too bad for me, but it's the best I could do with just 5 melody notes...
Cait wrote:On a side note: anyone knows of a good free program to make music? I want to give a try to a REAL virtual synthesizer XD
Mr. Goodkat is probably our local expert on that, though I bet Mikazo and Jayhan probably have experience with this, too, so maybe they have some recommendations. I know almost nothing about virtual synthesizers, other than a lot of artists seem to use Dubpads for mixing.
That one was (and still is) an awesome music maker!
Anyway, the thing is that I don't think I can improve the song with what warframe has (at least not the melody/main tune). 5 notes is just not enough, and it's worse as the higher note is just too high compared with the previous one, it's really feels like something is missed there (and obviously there is). I'm still gonna try and end it, but I want to try too what can I do with a synthesizer
MoDaD wrote:Mr. Goodkat is probably our local expert on that, though I bet Mikazo and Jayhan probably have experience with this, too, so maybe they have some recommendations.
Sadly I know nothing about this. The last program I used to make *music* music was Cakewalk, and that was ages ago. I recall for me this was an exceedingly slow process, as I programmed each note by hand instead of plugging in an instrument and recording from that.
I really need to develop more skills in this area and become more familiar with composing and recording (not to mention making videos with more than one camera angle).
This is an open source tracker software which is updated and extended regularly. You don't need any additional hardware for this as you're kind of programming your songs (which is probably very similar to what Mikazo talked about in his post earlier). I didn't try to compose a track myself (I'm currently just using OpenMPT to convert some tracks which I'm using for my current project from one format into another), but it's seems to be quite powerful. As Mikazo already mentioned this is a laborious process (at least when you're not used to it), but in return you get a lot of control on your track as you can manipulate every tiny fraction in all kinds of ways. The quality also depends pretty much on the sound samples you're using, of course. I don't know where to find good ones which are free to use, but I'm sure there a lot of them to find if you dig deeper into that topic.