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Do any of you develop audio plugins or applications using JUCE?
I've just started getting serious about it after playing around with it for a couple years. I'm really glad there is an adequate amount of tutorials for different things, but I'm not super enthused with how they're written.
What is your experience with it?
I am brand new here and, look forward to listening to and commenting on your creations.
I made this over the weekend:
As noted, these sounds were made with the Arturia DrumBrute analog drum synth:
db kick signal > jdx direct drive > thru > hi cut eq
db kick signal > jdx direct drive > out > mooer ShimVerb
db snare signal > red panda particle
db clap signal > joyo digital delay
mix out -
db mix out
"food dye, glassware and an overhead projector" footage
"drumbrute jam" footage
random altered art from the internet
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
i just listened to this in full, what in the actual fuck is this? This is like the background noise of thoughts. It is just the most abstract shyt I've ever heard. 16 minutes in and its basically one guy with a digital digeridoo and another guy with a box drum. what the fuck. actual digital jam band. literally the grateful dead but rave. what the fuck
Hi there fellas !
So, for the past year I've been making generic theme music for a video game I'm working on with some friends, and now that we've almost finished its development I'm trying to make it sound a bit better. Of course, I still have to work on the mix etc. but the main problem with all those tunes are the drums.
The point is, I've been making almost every track within Garage Band. No fancy VSTs nor awesome instruments, just the regular Garage Band you get out of the box (I was trying to have a "MIDI" sound and thought that it was a good way to achieve that).
However, the drums just aren't right. They sound weak and cheap (well, that's partly what I wanted but it went beyond my expectations and not in a good way). Hence those two questions :
- Do you know a free/cheap drum VSTi that would natively work in Garage Band and sound a bit better than the generic drum kits ? I'm looking for "pop" drum kits - the soundtrack could be classified somewhere between cheesy funk and FM rock.
- Do you have tips on how to improve Garage Band base drums ? I played with EQ presets, reverbs and tried to manually adjust pattern velocities but it never seems to get better.
Our small dev team would be really grateful for any answer :)