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this proves my theory.
The simplest way to get a feel for modes is to play over a static drone note - some instruments still work that way, bagpipes for instance. That drone note will establish a tonal centre, because it's a constant reminder to the ear of that note.
Let's say you have a constant bass note of D or a repeating bassline of just D notes . Using the notes of C major over that backing will lead you to be playing D Dorian, because that bassine is strong enough to over-ride the natural pull of those notes to C.
That works for any mode, create a backing that shifts the tonic and you can pull the musc away from the stronger major or minor tonics. A static bassline isn't the only way you can do it, but it's by far the simplest way to hear it.
Their was a big debate about this before and some software developer posted that as soon as one of their apps are cracked their sales start falling so much that they can't afford to post updates anymore since they lost so many people that would have bought it but instead got it for free. Pirating software does cost companies, its the same as pirating an album, sure it's not a physical object but it costs thousands to make and that money has to be made back through sales.
you have to realize that low frequencies don't become audible until about 1 foot from the speaker, so what you hear when you play you amp is completely different from what the mic is picking up. in a close mike situation, the mic will pick up mainly high frequencies. if you want to experiment with what im talking about, put your ear directly in front of your speaker, you'll notice right away that the sound is very harsh. if you have another mic, you could use one for a room mic and one for a close mic, but youll have to use a spectrograph to make sure the mics are in phase.
Why are you so greedy?
Invalid comparison. Each individual guitar costs the company money to make, therefore they're losing money if you were to steal a gutiar. You downloading some software doesn't cost the company a penny. Downloading software can be better compared to obtaining copyrighted schematics for a guitar and building one yourself.
I don't understand the beef, nobody pays for anything if they don't have to in this day and age.
I've paid for my software (Logic Pro + Pro Tools) because I can get legit copies dirt cheap through my university. But honestly, I don't think anybody should pay for recording software so long as they're not profiting from it.
If I downloaded reaper and then recorded an album and make a tidy sum of money, then I would feel obliged to pay reaper whatever they ask for the privilege. The only way people can learn and take an interest in music production is to get cracked copies, it would be like buying a 2k les paul for someone who's never played guitar before.
Thats just the way i see it anyway.
so what can we do? maybe everybody who enters should put it in their sig like i have?
Ok new problem...It was working fine and i tracked some guitar but all the sudden it pops up and says that the ASIO sample rate is not supported by one of the USB interfaces, please check your sync settings in the Control Panel...iv tried messin around with my fast track but nothing really seems to be doing anything, how would it work for 2 hours or so and then suddenly stop working?
Edit: Spencer Sotello is so not crap!
I think he's a great singer.
ISIS-Celestial (the Tower) Remix By Justin Broadrick of Jesu
So much better than the original, even more dark and atmospheric.
it would just cause confusing during the switch over.