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101. Posted: Sun 12th Sep 2010 10:20 BST
Great song NintenDude! I can tell a lot of effort went into it.
The bass sounds really loud on my headphones though. :s
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102. Posted: Sun 12th Sep 2010 13:22 BST
Great song NintenDude! I can tell a lot of effort went into it.The bass sounds really loud on my headphones though. :s
Yeah, I optimized the bass volume for the computer's speakers, not headphones
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103. Posted: Sun 12th Sep 2010 13:28 BST
Here's my fourth song for the contest.I could've worked on my third song longer, but I'm going on vacation today so I had to finish it fast.
Edited on Sun 12th September, 2010 @ 13:34 by NintenDude97
104. Posted: Sun 17th Oct 2010 01:18 BST
I know I sound like a total noob, but how do you make half-note or whole notes and such?
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105. Posted: Mon 18th Oct 2010 14:23 BST
@Odnetnin Well each audio block in Rytmik is a bar, which is a 4 beats in 4/4 time. That means one whole note, two half notes or four quarter notes. The on-beat quarter notes are a different colour (brighter yellow) in the block editor. There are sixteen discrete sounds you can put in an audio block, so that means you can use up to 16th notes in Rytmik.
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106. Posted: Fri 5th Nov 2010 20:36 GMT
Haven't done one 'o these in a while.
Ah, that's better!
Edited on Sat 6th November, 2010 @ 03:45 by BleachFan
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107. Posted: Fri 5th Nov 2010 23:28 GMT
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108. Posted: Fri 5th Nov 2010 23:40 GMT
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109. Posted: Sat 6th Nov 2010 03:14 GMT
@edhe Identity, AKA "rising epic".
If only I had better recording equipment, it wouldn't sound so fuzzy at the end and the stereo effects would be noticeable. It sounds way better on my headphones.
110. Posted: Sat 6th Nov 2010 12:46 GMT
HolyMackerel: are you shure, that you recorded your song into stereo file? Or maybe you have just mono jack-to-jack cable? There is some simmilar issue I guess, because your overall song is mono...
111. Posted: Sat 6th Nov 2010 16:13 GMT
@Martin I recorded it using Audacity with 2 channels, but the wave form on both channels was the same.
I'm not sure if my cable is mono. It's a standard 3.5mm headphone jack on either side. One side of the cable connects to my DSi's headphone port, and the other to my sound card's microphone port. I have a Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeGamer Fatal1ty Pro sound card, which I'm pretty sure does a decent job at recording audio.
Any idea what I'm doing wrong? Thanks for the help in advance.
112. Posted: Sat 6th Nov 2010 16:57 GMT
@HolyMackerel So it is clear. Microphone port is allways mono. You should use line-in port on your soundcard, which is stereo I guess. And even audio quality of recording line signal should be better when recording it through line-in port instead of microphone port, which is intended to use with microphone signal
113. Posted: Sat 6th Nov 2010 17:36 GMT
@Martin Ah, I had my suspicions but I never tried it. Thanks a lot! I will re-record my song soon.
114. Posted: Sun 7th Nov 2010 07:53 GMT
Alright, here's the new, remastered, re-recorded version! The sound quality is much better, and I also made a few small changes to the original. Enjoy!
High quality: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fczMrbtJcoM&fmt=18 (this link gives much better sound quality than the video below)
Turns out my sound card has a shared microphone/line-in port. I had to switch it to line-in mode to record correctly.
Edited on Sun 7th November, 2010 @ 08:40 by HolyMackerel
115. Posted: Mon 13th Dec 2010 10:36 GMT
If anyone is interested I have a couple more tracks up on my soundcloud.
Thanks in advance for listening.
116. Posted: Wed 15th Dec 2010 00:40 GMT
Nice sounds IanUniacke!I hope this is as easy to use as you guys say it it! I'm going to get the 200 point one and tool around with it over the holidays. Hopefully I'll be able to post something that doesn't break your eardrums when I get back
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117. Posted: Fri 17th Dec 2010 23:38 GMT
I remade a track I composed on FL Studio (the original FL version is included in the clip).
It's entitled "Superstar", and is themed around a wrestler for a Flash I'm currently (trying) to work on.
The Rytmik remake isn't really the style I'm looking for (the original was fine), but I'm quite happy expanding it's style and trying out some techniques (like Poly and mono - redundant with FL Studio).
Edited on Fri 17th December, 2010 @ 23:39 by edhe
118. Posted: Tue 21st Dec 2010 01:34 GMT
It's got a nice beat Edhe. I can't wait to see your animation. If you haven't seen them before i have some animations with soundtracks created on rytmik on my youtube:
119. Posted: Fri 14th Jan 2011 02:38 GMT
Just out of curiosity, does anyone know if there are going to be any more Rytmik contests?
Edited on Fri 14th January, 2011 @ 02:38 by Ecto-1
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120. Posted: Sat 15th Jan 2011 04:09 GMT
I don't think any new ones have been announced...I certainly don't think there's been a Rytmik: Rock Edition contest yet.
On an unrelated note--glad to see this topic getting some attention again! I forgot this program existed--I might make a new track in the next day or two.
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