It's been a long time since my last upload. But now it's time for a new release. I got some new equipment for christmas, so I can get started again. I hope you enjoy this project!
>uses 99.9% external samples
>never provides the samples or links to download them
There's literally zero value in downloading your project files
since you don't get anything out of them so
basically it's just you promoting your soundcloud here.
So remind me again, why are you posting your stuff here ?Posted by: Squatro on 2017-12-28 14:05:32
> Using external samples is not forbidden, so who cares?
> The samples I use will be provided on request
I upload the projects here because I want people to listen to my music, which actually works. I'm happy with the way my "career" is going, so why should I stop doing what I'm doing? Just because you don't like the stuff I do, doesn't mean I have to stop! :)Posted by: vespertine on 2017-12-28 15:07:38
this + so lit = amazingPosted by: Tigressnayi on 2017-12-28 15:42:44
Provide the samples for this projectPosted by: Squatro on 2017-12-28 16:14:14
@verspertine: I totally agree with Squatro. I complained here as well several times about people not willing to share their projects and just abusing this platform to promote their soundcloud. LSP is definitely not the right place to push your career as a DJ or producer. It's just great for learning how to use LMMS by looking at projects from other users.
The second annoying thing is the troll rating. Since you're on this platform all projects get 1-5 x 1* but yours get 4-5 x 5*. Do you have an explanation for that?Posted by: Peter F on 2017-12-29 02:11:15
@Peter F no I really don't. But I don't care how much stars my projects get, as long as people like them :DPosted by: vespertine on 2017-12-29 04:31:46
If you want to show off and get listens for your "tracks" so to speak, just use one of those soundcloud promoters. All you do here is take up free space with your projects.
I've honestly been sick of your stuff since you've started here. I find that people who slap a bunch of loops and samples together and call themselves "producers" are too lazy to learn music theory and sound design. I've tried telling you that it's better to learn how to make this stuff instead of using pre-made loops and samples 24/7, but I guess you don't care.
Go goof off somewhere else. Maybe use the FL Demo, instead. That way we won't have to put up with the bullcrap you're promoting here.Posted by: Etorna_Z on 2017-12-29 05:32:02
Okay, let me rephrase myself at one part. I'm sick of your external stuff, your native LMMS projects are actually not that shabby.Posted by: Etorna_Z on 2017-12-29 05:37:59
I don’t usually comment like this, but it’ll hopefully teach others something.
I am with others like Etorna and Squatro on this one. And many others who have used external samples.
To me sound design is one of the most tiring aspects of music creation. There have been hours and hours I’ve spent in front of LMMS, staring at Zyn and just trying to create something interesting. And most of the times just failing.
But there have been a few times where I have been successful, and I’ve got a few projects that I singled out that were so much fun to create because of this. Because the feeling of original innovation is just... incredible.
Obviously, I also use other external samples that I record externally, but it’s quite hilarious how I managed to screw them up and distort them so much to no recognition, and STILL be able to use them musically, haha!
Try to experiment with your synthesizers, Julien. I’m really curious to see what you can create. If you can use these alien samples musically, I’m pretty sure there’s WAY more you can do with your own original synths ;)Posted by: Fyrebreak on 2018-01-04 05:04:02
Hopefully I motivated someone lol!Posted by: Fyrebreak on 2018-01-04 05:18:38