Hey ya Karl, thanks for the comments :smthumbup I've been playing around with tunes since around 2002, well, to be honest understanding DAW's which as you know takes some time, guess it's only been the last few years or so that I've started to put whole tracks together, more out of being lazy and spending time on forums and pretty girls :lol:good attempt mate tbh , how long u been doing it ??? Id personally change the snare drum deffo as it stands out as a basic instrument or chuck it through another distortion program or something . Also get some more instruments coming in throughout with varies rhythms so it dosent become repeative.
Also a nice break so all there is, is the b-line for 4-8 bars would help. JUst a few poinmt mate i would do. Deffo a good attempt though . I use cubase sx - soundforge , software i love is orchestral, kontakt, also native instrument battery is Excellent for drums,
Finally try some vocals possibly mate , can eally make a track , just start with basic samples then go form there.
Cheers dude, if only I had Liam's wonga, oh, and talent......:lol:Very prodigy...
Thanks Adamyeah its quite good. what sort of programmes and things do you need for to make a record.
talking about the prodigy chatting with my brother the other day and he was talking about there new album and said his mate produced some of the tracks i said who and he said james rushent.
No no Adam, ProTools isn't just for novices lol, it's a pro application, it's in many many pro studios, something like Reason (Mac/PC) GarageBand (Mac only) are two that are great to start with, saying that, you could just dive in at the deep end and use ProTools/Logic/Cubase/Digital Performer/Sonar/Reaper etc etc, it all depends how you want to approach things.so for a novice learning his way around protools might be a good start.
and when i get a bit more confident use a better system for midi use.
no mate far from it , i spend most of my youth making and messing with tunes , etc . ALot of friends were on various pirate radio stations so were making tunes daily and pressing them up at musichouse in london for playing on the radio the next day, so picked alot up. i always fancied a g4 / logic and pro-tools personally but could never afford it lolHey ya Karl, thanks for the comments :smthumbup I've been playing around with tunes since around 2002, well, to be honest understanding DAW's which as you know takes some time, guess it's only been the last few years or so that I've started to put whole tracks together, more out of being lazy and spending time on forums and pretty girls :lol:
It's not a finished piece by a long shot, I've spoken to a guy from a band I've been working with and he'll be up for doing a narration at the beginning of the tune for me, either one of us will lay down a vox for it, i've just got to spend some time working out what that might be, you're so right, it needs stabs here and there to spice things up. The levels (snare etc) and Eq frequencies are a bit hit and miss, I didn't want to put up a fully mastered tune up on youtube, I'll be taking it down soonish.
Cubasics, oh my eyes :lol: I'm a logic user here, I find Cubase not as straight forward as Logic for my simple brain, Cubase is a great app but we all like different things for different reasons, I guess you could call Cubase the Subaru of the DAW world, Logic the EVO......:lol: kidding.
You're a fulltime engineer Karl if I'm not mistaken?
Cheers dude, if only I had Liam's wonga, oh, and talent......:lol: