I've been looking around for quite a while, and can't decide what to go with. anyone know any free plugins that offer great selection and/or quality? looking mostly for guitars, pianos, bells, brass, and woodwind. Thanks in advance!
I suck too much at understanding percussion right now to use them properly Then this https://lmms.io/wiki/index.php?title=Composing_Bass_Lines_and_Drum_Sequences should interest you. Thanks, but my problem is more in understanding how to use percussion right, not in understanding how to place the n...
well I found the samples, and they are amazing, but I suck too much at understanding percussion right now to use them properly. Thanks anyways!
I don't have the experience to adjust those settings yet. :/ ? 'Settings' On AFP? That is really quite easy. You are welcome to ask for specific explanation, and if you need more, we can make a vid-tutorial, but explain what it is you find difficult to do/ understand Im more looking for a plugin. I...
musikbear wrote: You can use the samples from Hydrogen
Just copy them into your samples, and use them in Beat&Bass-editor
https://lmms.io/wiki/index.php?title=Wo ... th_Samples
Sure, but Im more looking for a plugin. I don't have the experience to adjust those settings yet. :/
does anyone know of any good free drumset plugins. I'm looking for something comprehensive and usable in almost every scenario. Thanks!
You can add the FX TAP Pitch Scaler to vestige and change the pitch plus(knob 12 semitone shift) or minus (knob -12 semitone shift) 1 octave. There is also a pitch knob on vestige. I guess -100% is an octave down and 100% is an octave up. You might have to run more than one instances of DSK OVERTUR...
Is there anything I can do to increase this range? Mr_lmms_user tells you why this problem exists, and that is how things are with samples, but 'yes' you can do 'something', but it is fiddely and has a t&e element, so it takes time to get right. if the sample has a slow attack, then its not difficu...
I've been using DSK Overture, but depending on the instrument, the notes have a certain range of notes they are allowed to play. Is there anything I can do to increase this range?