Imagine using a computer to produce your music and not a hardware sequence.

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    • #65804
      Anonymous
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      What are you trying to make things more difficult for yourself?

    • #65818
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >lose files
      >files go obsolete
      >something changes in OS and VSTs don’t work
      >can’t even activate old software to export the proprietary files to MIDI
      Yeah, computer music sounds amazing!

      • #65820
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Stop posting, Dubbi.

      • #65900
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >>something changes in OS and VSTs don’t work
        iToddlers btfo

      • #65909
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >to export the proprietary files
        ardour on gnu/linux doesnt have this problem

        • #65913
          Anonymous
          Guest

          it has worse ones like no backward compatibility for projects save in previous versions which is absolutely ridiculous
          >update from debian 8 to 10
          >sorry, you can’t open all your project anymore
          >try to rebuild them
          >wav files don’t match sizes
          >have to remix entire tracks to get something usable out of them
          Ardour is a joke, even porting Logic X projects to Cubase/Reaper is easier.

      • #65920
        Anonymous
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        >you can’t afford full analog

        • #65922
          Anonymous
          Guest

          >muh analog boutique sequencer
          >no digital component used
          >less functionality than a $10 netbook running freeware tracker

    • #65822
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >hardware gearslut
      you scrotes spend more time jerking off over your hardware than actually making music. Actual musicians make music on anything from a toy casio to Pro Tools

      • #65824
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Projection from a Berklee scrote.

    • #65826
      Anonymous
      Guest

      MPCs are scrotebrained just get a normal drum machine and synthesizers.

      • #65828
        Anonymous
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        An MPC is both a sequencer and a sampler, it’s totally different than a drum machine.

      • #65910
        Anonymous
        Guest

        imagine being this scrotebrained

        The best ever

        for me, it’s pic related with JJOS
        would get another one since they go for cheap now. the 2500 is much comfier for desktop use, but portability is important for me

    • #65831
      Anonymous
      Guest

      How the FUCK do I get rid of buzzing on a PC sound input? Using a PCI sound card, a direct injection box to break ground loops, a linear power supply, a freaking gimmick power strip that supposedly "cleans" the power, turned off all wireless devices in my homes, even tried wrapping the damn PC in foil and I still get buzzing even with nothing plugged in.

      • #65833
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Bond everything.

      • #65835
        Anonymous
        Guest

        >Using a PCI sound card
        Stop doing that you dumb scrote.

      • #65837
        Anonymous
        Guest

        External sound card dummy.

      • #65851
        Anonymous
        Guest

        use laptop or make your pc powered with dc. i gave up on unfixable ground noise and just recording on laptop from now on

      • #65869
        Anonymous
        Guest

        optical spdif from mobo

    • #65848
      Anonymous
      Guest

      The best ever

    • #65858
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Sorry, I can’t hear you over real music production.

      • #65859
        Anonymous
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        How is someone supposed to play that 11th in measure 20 on the "e" of beat 2 (middle C to F at the top line)?

      • #65862
        Anonymous
        Guest

        woah, this is actually pretty freaking cool.
        what system is that?
        its not finale, i know that for sure

        • #65865
          Anonymous
          Guest

          Editor is VSC with the VSLilyPond plugin
          Compiler is LilyPond

          Piece is an excerpt from Giulio Cesare in Egitto, arranged for F. Horn and Piano

      • #65864
        Anonymous
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      • #65870
        Anonymous
        Guest

        holy shit thats woke af

        • #65871
          Anonymous
          Guest

          it’s just displaying the raw format, you can edit musicxml this way too

          • #65872
            Anonymous
            Guest

            yeah but musicxml is shit
            writing music with tex-like format? thats woke af

      • #65873
        Anonymous
        Guest

        Isn’t this just MML?

        • #65874
          Anonymous
          Guest

          lilypond is not mml

          • #65884
            Anonymous
            Guest

            Looks a hell of a lot like MML to me

            • #65885
              Anonymous
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              • #65889
                Anonymous
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                That it’s a different fialect of MML doesn’t change the fact that it’s a form of MML

    • #65868
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >ancient storage media
      >dying hardware
      >clunky editing
      imagine believing they make things easier

      • #65891
        Anonymous
        Guest

        It’s easier and faster once you know how to use it and USB mods exist.

    • #65888
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I agree op

    • #65892
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Just use actual instruments.

      • #65894
        Anonymous
        Guest

        I remember taking this point seriously when I was in middle school.

        • #65896
          Anonymous
          Guest

          What made you change opinion? Did you unlearn to play an entire quartet by yourself?

          • #65898
            Anonymous
            Guest

            >What made you change opinion?
            The realization that, when it comes to music, the ends literally justify the means.

            If it sounds good then it’s good, regardless of how it was produced, be it instruments, electronic production, random noises, etc.

            • #65915
              Anonymous
              Guest

              Nowadays the music industry is so saturated that just achieving the ends doesn’t cut it. If you’re a nobody you have a better chance of reaching audience if you make some video playing it live or something else that gives context. Just having a "fire track" doesn’t cut it, the means is also necessary.

              • #65916
                Anonymous
                Guest

                take your meds if not underage

    • #65911
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a Roland synth because I wanted an instrument to play not just piss around in a DAW, it has a pretty good sequencer, the sample pad is pointless for me.

    • #65912
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I have a setup with a drum machine, analog synth and an electric guitar. I’ve sometimes recorded 7 songs within a day with my friend. But as time goes on, I can’t be bothered with any editing anymore. I just want to jam, but it would be nice to also upload something. I’ve been thinking that maybe I should start streaming the jamming sessions.

      • #65918
        Anonymous
        Guest

        if you record well you shouldn’t need to edit much. have you considered getting one of those modern portastudios? you can just take them any, record everything in the SD, mix on the fly and export the finished track once you get home
        it doesn’t get any easier than that

    • #65914
      Anonymous
      Guest

      >makes thread against computer
      >literally posts a picture of a computer

    • #65917
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Lol
      Lmao

    • #65919
      Anonymous
      Guest

      I just sold my Yamaha QY300 because I hadn’t used it in 5 years. Renoise is all I need now

    • #65921
      Anonymous
      Guest

      Imagine using a sequencer instead of just normal synths or actual instruments.
      Have fun with your boring music of nothing but shitty loops.

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