#1
For recording/mixing, I use Audacity.... but I can only record guitars and vocals!

What programs (free or not) could I use for keyboard, bass and drums simulation??


Also, I don't know if it's possible but if these programs there midi->realsound converter, it'd be really great... that way I could import my GP tracks into "realsounding" ones.... Please don't suggest me using GP's RSE as I think the sounds on the blow as hell.... unless there's a way making them sound ACTUALLY real??
( new patches, etc. I don't know! )


Thanks!
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#2
well. For bass, i would use whatever program you used for guitar, as for keyboard the same. i just use a guitar cable into my keyboard them into my toneport, which has some piano banks, same for bass and guitar.

Drums, are harder. Theirs a program called Fruity loops which you could use but, it's tedious.
#3
^ I don't use a program for guitar... I plug my guitar line-in into my soundcard and record from there!

I'll give a look at Fruity Loops...
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#4
GP V5 has what is called RSE REalistic Sound Engine and while it's not perfect, it sounds a buttload better than V4 with just the lame ass MID sounds.
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#5
I use guitar pro 5.0 drums and mix them with guitar pro 5.2 drums and then eq them a bit and put some reverb and they sound real enough until I can get a real drummer, you can see here>>> www.myspace.com/wutheringband
Considering how much they compress and fake drums these days, any attempt to sound real is probably good enough
#6
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Please don't suggest me using GP's RSE as I think the sounds on the blow as hell....
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GP V5 has what is called RSE REalistic Sound Engine and while it's not perfect, it sounds a buttload better than V4 with just the lame ass MID sounds.
Lolll... It doesn't sound "real" enough for me... I'd like to use it for a demo (school project) so I can't use fake-sounding instruments... =S
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#7
^^^ No you're right it doesn't sound "real" but it sounds better than the MIDI sounds in V4


Soor about that. I didn't see the part about NOT usung GP5.

try SFZ soundFont Player. Export your GP4/5 MIDIs to this and see if it's any better

http://www.rgcaudio.com/sfz.htm
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BC Rich/Kahler Nagoya Assassin W/SD SSL-3 and SH-4
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Peavy 4-12 stereo cab
ART SGX2000 Express
Last edited by Bemo64 at Aug 1, 2007,