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Member Since 14 Apr 2012
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How Far Computers and Music Have Come in 28 years

29 April 2014 - 10:36 PM

I was watching this video on youtube and thought it was really interesting. It's awesome how far computer music programs have come in the last 30 years or so. This video seems to have been made around about when MIDI standardization first came out. 

Well here it is:

WIP Need Some Feedback

23 April 2014 - 04:35 AM

Hi everyone smile.png
I haven't posted here in awhile so its nice to be getting involved once again! I'd love some feedback for a current WIP of mine which I've been working on the last day or so smile.png

Well here goes:

Tempo Calculator

01 February 2014 - 06:41 AM

Hey everyone,


I was recently doing some scoring to a short film and I didn't want to do repetitive calculations about how fast the tempo has to be to fit this many bars in it etc... So I made (programmed) a simple windows application to calculate the tempo for you. All you do is enter the time, bars and beats per bar and it will do the rest for you. It can even calculate the time from the tempo and bars. Anyway this probably wont help most of you but if it does I'd like to know tongue.png I found it helpful if I wanted to fit so many bars in however time! It will even take decimals.


The link: http://crfaithmusic.com/tempo-calculator/



A New Beginning

01 January 2014 - 05:30 AM

Hey everyone,

I just got some new speakers and an amplifier set up in my music room and I thought I would test them out biggrin.png so I wrote this track! I actually have a L and a R speaker in front of me + sub and then two behind me and I think it sounds amazing smile.png It's like you can't tell where the music is coming from and its kind of like being surrounded in music (as stupid/corny as it sounds I love it) but there are still the definitive L and R. 

Anyway getting to the point - I'd love some feedback on this track smile.png

EDIT: Here's a youtube link... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMPMwU8ClDk

Tutorial: How To Make My Sample Library Sound Good - Part 1 Staccato Strings

18 November 2013 - 01:43 AM


I'm working on a tutorial series and here's my first video! 


I'm actually waiting on a gd.net article to be approved but i thought why not post it here too smile.png