First EP using LMMS - GPU

Share and discuss your LMMS music projects here, and see what people think!
Let me know what you guys think, it's sort of glitch-rock mixed with chiptune I think. I really wanted to see what LMMS could do while making this, I'm used to FL Studio and discovered there's quite a few things different about LMMS I like better. Will definitely be using it a lot in the future.

https://soundcloud.com/liamrowley/sets/gpu
Gizmode wrote:
Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:49 pm
Let me know what you guys think, it's sort of glitch-rock mixed with chiptune I think. I really wanted to see what LMMS could do while making this, I'm used to FL Studio and discovered there's quite a few things different about LMMS I like better. Will definitely be using it a lot in the future.

https://soundcloud.com/liamrowley/sets/gpu
Nice EP.

Out of curiosity, what are these things that you prefer in LMMS?
I also have FL, but I rarely use it.
D.Ipsum wrote:
Sat Sep 22, 2018 2:45 am
Gizmode wrote:
Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:49 pm
Let me know what you guys think, it's sort of glitch-rock mixed with chiptune I think. I really wanted to see what LMMS could do while making this, I'm used to FL Studio and discovered there's quite a few things different about LMMS I like better. Will definitely be using it a lot in the future.

https://soundcloud.com/liamrowley/sets/gpu
Nice EP.

Out of curiosity, what are these things that you prefer in LMMS?
I also have FL, but I rarely use it.
The main thing is I find automation tracks way easier to control. And the pattern system FL studio uses while making things way more convenient I think makes you tend to be lazy and not include a lot of variation since its much easier to just copy/paste. I also like the native instruments that come with LMMS where as in FL studio I dont ever touch them and rely completely on VSTs.
Gizmode wrote:
Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:49 pm
Let me know what you guys think, it's sort of glitch-rock mixed with chiptune I think. I really wanted to see what LMMS could do while making this, I'm used to FL Studio and discovered there's quite a few things different about LMMS I like better. Will definitely be using it a lot in the future.

https://soundcloud.com/liamrowley/sets/gpu
Ramdac - It sounds nice and glitchy. Cool.

Buffer - The chiptune melody and the rock guitar melody, both sound
really nice in this track.

Interface - Cool tune. I like this one the best.
I love the wide bouncyness, of the percussion drum sound. 8-)

Accelerator - I like this one too. It sounds like you're racing through digital space.
Or an old school, 16 bit space racing game. Wrd. 8-)
Gizmode wrote:
Sat Sep 22, 2018 11:54 pm
The main thing is I find automation tracks way easier to control. And the pattern system FL studio uses while making things way more convenient I think makes you tend to be lazy and not include a lot of variation since its much easier to just copy/paste. I also like the native instruments that come with LMMS where as in FL studio I dont ever touch them and rely completely on VSTs.
I've heard some FL Studio users, make similar comments to this one.


Gizmode wrote:
Sat Sep 22, 2018 11:54 pm
I also like the native instruments that come with LMMS where as in FL studio I dont ever touch them and rely completely on VSTs.
Yeah, the native instruments and plugins that come with Lmms, are really good.

A good example, is the Triple Oscillator plugin, that comes with Lmms.
That thing easily makes, deeper boomyer sounding bass sounds. While the one included
in FL Studio, for some strange reason, makes lighter sounding bass sounds. :P

Yeah I know, it leaves lots of questions. :mrgreen:

A few good free vst's to use with Lmms, are Synth 1 and T Force Alpha.
Especially Synth 1, since that plugin uses less resources.
Check them out, whenever you have time.


I made comments on your songs, in the post, above this post.
Check it out. 8-)

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