#1
(sorry if this is the wrong forum to post in)

the thing is that we dont have a drummer nor a drum kit so midi tracks were the next best thing, but they dont sound any good one put in a recording. i tried to humanize myself but didnt know how to do it

so i would appreciate any help, just leave a message here and i will contact you via PM or you can contact me directly

thank you
#4
Depending on how many tracks you have and how complicated they are, I could record you a few. I can leave a link to one of my bands' songs I recently recorded if you want to hear how it sounds.
#5
@Trippingiraffe: thank you, i will contact you right away
@Tune my fork: im using the only thing i can use, Tuxguitar
@Vanhalaf: im willing to take anything atm
#8
Quote by shadow-guitar
@Trippingiraffe: thank you, i will contact you right away
@Tune my fork: im using the only thing i can use, Tuxguitar
@Vanhalaf: im willing to take anything atm


Email me the .gp5 files of your band, or drum midi tracks- and also mention their BPM. My email I will inform you of in a PM.
#9
Quote by Tune my fork
How are you recording the guitar? In what software?


guitar rig+audacity

Quote by Cavalcade
FL Studio has "groove templates" that can be used to add some feel to drum patterns (timing and velocities). Your DAW probably has some equivalent.


gonna take a look at it, thanks


Quote by Vanhalaf
Email me the .gp5 files of your band, or drum midi tracks- and also mention their BPM. My email I will inform you of in a PM.


will be waiting for your PM