#2
I like man... You are very good. How do you make your drum beats?
flintazra wrote:

I think the next person to shoot up a school should list Jonas brothers and Hannah Montana as his favorite "musicians."
#3
Shepp,
Hey, long time no hear! Still doing Reaper? I've been learning Cubase LE4 because it came with my Tascam US-144 Interface. Not easy for me to learn my first computer-oriented multi-track recorder. If it weren't for me using Superior Drummer 2 and 2 Arturia synth plug-ins, I would prefer to use my Korg D3200 hard disc recorder. It will be months before I go public with any of my Cubase tunes (it cost me $50 to get a U.S. copyright whether it's one song or a bunch of them, so I only do that about once a year). Anyway, your tune "Uranium" sounds very good! Way more action on this forum than the L6 forums (for songwriters like us). I post 2 songs a month on this forum.
Last edited by aaron aardvark at Sep 14, 2010,
#4
I like this, it has a very classic rock groove that we just don't see nowadays. Is this a improv or planned out, either way it's very impressive, even the tone is impressive.

Crit mine?
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?p=25256756#post25256756
#5
Quote by dubes216
I like man... You are very good. How do you make your drum beats?


Jamstix 2 and 3 are not only drum samplers but actually can create the beats for you,

http://www.rayzoon.com/

then you just edit them how you like.They come with loads of styles and sounds to choose from and as in it's name you can just let it create a rhythm/beat and lam to it.
#6
Quote by aaron aardvark
Shepp,
Hey, long time no hear! Still doing Reaper? I've been learning Cubase LE4 because it came with my Tascam US-144 Interface. Not easy for me to learn my first computer-oriented multi-track recorder. If it weren't for me using Superior Drummer 2 and 2 Arturia synth plug-ins, I would prefer to use my Korg D3200 hard disc recorder. It will be months before I go public with any of my Cubase tunes (it cost me $50 to get a U.S. copyright whether it's one song or a bunch of them, so I only do that about once a year). Anyway, your tune "Uranium" sounds very good! Way more action on this forum than the L6 forums (for songwriters like us). I post 2 songs a month on this forum.



Nice to see you here Aaron.I've not posted or a while on here but like you say much more action than the Line6 forum and a way better forum here anyway IMHO.

Yes still using Reaper.Worth the money for the Forum alone.
Last edited by Sheppola at Sep 14, 2010,
#7
Very very good song man!! I agree with ethan_hanus, this is a very classic sounding song and I love it! Everything about it was awesome, the bass, the guitar and the drumming. Absolutely no complaints! Very well done bro, impressive soloing

Crit my song? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1359512
#8
That looks like an awesome program but dammmmmmmm 100 bucks.
flintazra wrote:

I think the next person to shoot up a school should list Jonas brothers and Hannah Montana as his favorite "musicians."
#9
It's a lot cheaper than some drum software and much more flexible.There's usually a good discount deal around Xmas.The maker,"Ralph" also answers problems on the it's forum,

http://rayzoon2.com/forum/

Worth every penny IMHO because once you get into it you don't have to do any midi drum programming.