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Member Since 19 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active Mar 26 2012 11:13 AM

#4924562 Too many offers?

Posted by on 23 March 2012 - 03:07 AM

Your thoughts, while you have the right to express them, are seriously flawed. And naive, honestly

You, sir, have changed my life. Upon reading your post I starved myself for days and meditated under the Bodhi tree. Thanks to you, friend, I have achieved true enlightenment and feel that I will miraculously rise above the stagnant masses of hopeful composers- only to become the very greatest video game composer ever to not have a solo music career!
If only you weren't there to make me see how flawed and naive I've been... imagine where I'd be. Lost. lost.

#4923338 Sound for my game

Posted by on 19 March 2012 - 10:37 AM

I'm a great resource. I'm looking for projects. I want to do scores for all types of games. I'm experienced in all types of electronic music and will work with you to get the sound that YOU want for your game. If you need original compositions, then look no further. The link in my signature has examples of my work, and you can email me at advancedmusicsubstitute@gmail.com

#4923279 I need help with music and sound creating.

Posted by on 19 March 2012 - 07:34 AM

Hello, I'm new to the forum here; my first post, actually. I've been producing music for over 8 years, the bulk of it being electronic-styled experimental, etc. What I use these days for all my tracks is a combination of FL Studio 9 and a VERY outdated version of Acid, pre-Sony buyout. There are a number of VSTi's that can definitely get you the sound you want, even if you're a preset junkie like me. (I hate twiddling knobs, I'll be the first to admit it). Still, if you'd rather sculpt your own sound, they also provide you with such capabilities. One in particular you may be interested in comes from a company called TweakBench, called "Peach". In case you don't already see where I'm going with this one, it's a total emulation of the original NES soundcard. Yes, you can take your midi tune that you create and give it all that 8-bit glory. I've made several tracks using it and it's one of my main arsenal when I'm looking for that old sound. In fact, Tweakbench has a great selection of FREE VST plugins that are great for working with most DAW's, including FL, most of which have a great vintage or analog sound. All of them are available via their website, just google "tweakbench" and enjoy.