You can watch Umcarujes tutorial on how to do it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Il0OH4I0-LE
Basically click "mute effect" on the peak controller
If you like middle east flavored music, you might want to try 17EDO. Fun scale, and not very hard to get into. It's got familiar sounding intervals like 4ths and 5ths, but also has lots of those fun "neutral" in-between intervals that can make it exotic. (I've also got a guitar I refretted for 17!)...
Cool! I usually don't like classical type music that much but this is very well composed. I think it could use more instruments though.
That's really good! To improve you, I personally think you should bring more dynamics to the song, using more automations for example, or variations that would allow you to bring new sounds each time. And Qtamo is a good name, I think... Thankyou, and thanks for the tips :D. I started making a VIP ...
Sorry for piling on all the links, I just really like Arabic music and I think it's a good guide for how people have been using "microtonal" scales for hundreds of years in a popular setting that's still applicable today. Thanks for the links fatracoons! I added the first one to my spotify playlist...
Thankyou! I am (or used to be) Qspin, I changed my artist name to Qtamo because it's more unique and actually means something in Finnish (Qtamo=kuutamo="scenery with a moon" or "moonlit sky" or something like that lol).
Thanks. I agree that I could improve the lead now that I think about it, Mord's lead sounds different and stronger. I'll look into using EQ better, thanks for the tip :). Yeah, I discovered Mord pretty recently and I like the energetic drive that his tracks have :D.
What does "recording on board sound" mean? Basically LMMS wasn't able to export my microtonal data so I had to literally record my computer's internal audio using PulseAudio and audacity while playing the project. ZynAddSubFX lets you modify the keyboard scales in any way that you want, but any tim...
Awesome! I think microtonal music is very interesting and your piece is well composed. I guess the instrumentation could be more interesting (and the art higher res), but I still really like it, it's relaxing :D. What does "recording on board sound" mean? How did you compose the music? I started wor...