hello from Marseille !!! :D

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Mk2
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hello from Marseille !!! :D

Postby Mk2 » Tue Mar 05, 2019 8:15 pm

hello ! i'm new in Linux !!!

in fact, i tried multiple times between 2000's and ubuntu 14... ubuntu 16... but always had to return to windows, for debiles games you know lol... :lol:

on ubuntu 14 i was almost linuxians 99% but i failed with "airwave" vst-bridge coz it crashed on my system.

now it's 2019, i'm on ubuntu 19.10... and i'm very happy, i hope this one is THE LAST and VERY !

actually i installed bitwig 2.0 composed a song cooked in maybe 5-6 hours between 4-5 days at afternoon, evening... i changed my bad habitudes to compose totally drunked at night... (beers are ok !)

you can listen it here : https://hearthis.at/13chrisn/master-cif/

almost finished traxx, need some polish.., here : https://hearthis.at/13chrisn/set/trax-set-1/

and drafts, fasts are here so.. : https://hearthis.at/13chrisn/

so yes ! i'm in electronic music :

at 4 i took 220V with an organ electric that was f**king good lol, i joke..
learned a bit piano ("solfege" 7 years & piano maybe 5-6 years but my level is 3 month pianist lol...)
i had a kid's synthetiser yamaha PSR-600 to play a bit music... i sold it to a lady that his cousin was singer a morroco.

then i started rave parties so. and bought 2 vinyl desk from a friend (not bsd but chineze, direct drive...) and sold it then bought 2 technics SL-1210 MK2 that i sometimes mix at home, rarely...

for composing i bought a roland MC-303, that was awesome stuff in 90's !!!

(in 1989~ i composed trance traxx on Commodore Amiga 500 with soundtracker / octalyzer etc...)

actually i stopped Dj'ing coz rave parties were boring, too much drugs...

now i compose with bitwig studio 2... (i used also rave E-jay, acid pro, cubase, presonus studio one a bit, ableton live, but my fav is bitwig => awesome DAW, really.)

so voilà, i'm mounting my studio (in living-room in appart...), ...

actually i'm wine-ing plugs from windows and bridging them with "airwave", some issues of course that i'm trying to fix with the developper..

voilà...

happy to be here :D 8)

Linux is awesome !

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Re: hello from Marseille !!! :D

Postby jonetsu » Tue Mar 05, 2019 9:16 pm

Salut, la piste "master-cif" est assez bien. Un bon dévelopment et de bons sons. Côté mixage, ça pourrait être mieux, mais l'essentiel est là. J'en fait du techno/électro de temps à autre, ou quelque chose du genre. Comme:

Hi, the "master-cif" track is quite good. Good development and sounds. It could be better on the mixing side although the essential is there. I sometimes do techno/electro tracks, or something like that. Like:

https://soundcloud.com/nominal6/too-late-for-goodbyes

https://soundcloud.com/nominal6/collage-1

https://soundcloud.com/nominal6/fog

I use Bitwig to create and Mixbus32C for mixing. Both with linvst and native Linux plugins. On Xubuntu 18.04.

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Re: hello from Marseille !!! :D

Postby Mk2 » Wed Mar 06, 2019 7:35 pm

bien tes sons ya bp d'electronica dedans .

good sounds, very electronic, nice !

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Re: hello from Marseille !!! :D

Postby Mk2 » Tue Mar 12, 2019 7:07 pm

jonetsu wrote:Salut, la piste "master-cif" est assez bien. Un bon dévelopment et de bons sons. Côté mixage, ça pourrait être mieux, mais l'essentiel est là. J'en fait du techno/électro de temps à autre, ou quelque chose du genre. Comme:

Hi, the "master-cif" track is quite good. Good development and sounds. It could be better on the mixing side although the essential is there. I sometimes do techno/electro tracks, or something like that. Like:

https://soundcloud.com/nominal6/too-late-for-goodbyes

https://soundcloud.com/nominal6/collage-1

https://soundcloud.com/nominal6/fog

I use Bitwig to create and Mixbus32C for mixing. Both with linvst and native Linux plugins. On Xubuntu 18.04.


re-salut jonetsu !

...

i corrected some issues with the mix :

(pan, volumes, revrbs....)

here is the final "original mix"...

https://hearthis.at/13chrisn/master-cif/

:proud:

c'est mieux ?
... better ?

jonetsu
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Re: hello from Marseille !!! :D

Postby jonetsu » Wed Mar 13, 2019 2:19 pm

The kick drum is pretty good. Goes very well with the bass synth and the lead synths. Have you thought of modulating somewhat the percussive synth that's heard through the piece ? Just to make it less static, not by much modulation, but just to add some movement when needed. Not all the time. Maybe some phaser with an EQ trim in the lows, not sure. Or a comb filter at times. Maybe bounce and mult the audio to another track to process it in some sections.

Anyways all in all it has a pretty good overall sound. But maybe just a bit more 'air' in the highs when it's needed.


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