yeah, right now i don't have the money for that technology, nor the musical direction for it. right now the plan is to get Reason software, some midi keyboard and my laptop. again, i'm not concerned about the Timing of the samples, it's more for adding a little edge for our songs. so does that sound like something that could work?
I've been toying with the idea of adding samples to our songs, not something to crazy, for intros, quiet pars etc. so I started looking for samplers online and this got me to this DJ world that I didn't really wanted to get into. the easiest solution is- just taking my lap top with me to rehearsal!
so my questions are: what program should I use? does easy software like Audition and what not could do the job? which is basically playing something when I want to press a button. doesn't have to be TOO smart. 2. I do get my samples and lap top to the rehearsal room, how do I connect it? just a normal cable to...where? some sort of sound card? maybe some sort of converter??
I'm kinda ignorant in all of this stuff, and that's why I came here!
Daisy is really great, though I really wanted them to continue the God & Devil vibe/style to it, kinda feels like they're trying to trick you by putting Vices as the first song, It really felt like the rest of the album doesn't have the same theme...
I agree with sampeling taking too much space on the self titled, but I enjoy the way a concept gets streched over a 7 minute song, instead of having a great concept like Mary Go Bye Bye and destroying it in favour of head bashing metal 1:30 minutes into the song.
I love DV, every song of it, but I wonder how much they could cut from the songs.
I actually just played some Nirvana songs with my band, and bee golly, even the most simple-sounding things, Dave grohl HAS to do something to turn them over, insert double kick, play with the hi-hat in a transmission. anyway, it was hell of a fun time