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by Fastigium
Size: 15 KB
License: Creative Commons (by-nc-sa)
LMMS Version: 1.0.3
Submitted: 2014-11-28 01:15:58
Updated: 2014-12-17 02:22:13
Popularity:  423   3
Rating:    8
Name: Fastigium - Tidings of Comfort and Groove.mmpz Download
Description:

The winner of this year's LMMS Christmas Contest :). To quote this song's Soundcloud description: "Let nothing you dismay, groove to a Christmas tune today! For the birth of our Savior is worth celebrating every year :D. Merry Christmas!"



Listen to the other entries, too, at https://soundcloud.com/red_ambassador/sets/2014-lmms-christmas
(Well, apparently that breaks :/. There's a Soundcloud player listing them all over at http://redambassadormusic.com/2014-lmms-christmas-winners/)

Made with LMMS 1.0.3 on Win7 x64

Comments:
No, I just opened your song again and it seems that whenever I maximize the song editor, my CPU usage skyrockets and freezes lmms, but as long as I keep the song editor small it seems to work. It's pretty funny and I guess that just means I need to upgrade my laptop :P. Now that I can finally look at your song, I find it crazily impressive how you manage to change (what I think are) bad presets into awesome presets. Just a question though...do you actually use the spectrum analyzer for anything, or do you add it just for fun?Posted by: Themightybean321 on 2014-12-10 12:23:09
Heh, maximizing the song editor does strange things for me, too :P. Makes the UI all sluggish, though the sound doesn't suffer here. And yes, I do use the spectrum analyzer. It helps me to turn "bad" presets into good ones, as it tells me which frequencies are heard with what loudness. Using equalizers and filters, you can change that, make a bass more bassy and stop sounds from getting in each other's way in the mix. I really recommend learning to work with it!Posted by: Fastigium on 2014-12-10 23:18:52
'tis the season to explore neat tracks. thanks.Posted by: verkaro on 2014-12-19 06:06:06