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161. Posted: Sat 21st Jan 2012 06:36 GMT
Me again! I finally got Rytmik Retrobits and I've made my first song (well, kind of), it's still in progress but I'd want some feedback from you, mates.
EDIT: I deleted the video because I want it to be like a surprise when you hear it with all its parts and details. I'll post the complete song soon.
Edited on Wed 25th January, 2012 @ 05:26 by Freeon-Leon
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162. Posted: Sat 21st Jan 2012 06:52 GMT
I used Retrobits to make a cover of a song, I may share it, but the vocals are kind of shaky. I'm not sure if it is a butcher of the song or not yet.
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163. Posted: Sat 21st Jan 2012 17:50 GMT
@JahirBGoodYour new song sounds pretty awesome! I love the epic intro. Looking forward to hearing more of your Retrobits creations.
@RadiosHehe, I've done the same. Granted, I'm nowhere near finished with it (I've only done keys). If I ever finish it and it doesn't sound like nails on a chalkboard, I may upload it.
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164. Posted: Sat 21st Jan 2012 18:19 GMT
@Ecto-1: Thanks I'll finish this one first, I like the feeling of the song/sample and I have some new ideas to make it a full-length song. Maybe I'll post it tomorrow, today I don't have too much free time And there's another one I have, I guess I'll keep spaming this thread
Edited on Sat 21st January, 2012 @ 18:20 by Freeon-Leon
165. Posted: Tue 24th Jan 2012 05:58 GMT
@JahirBGood: I like how the drums come in at around 1:05. Cool retro feel to the whole thing.
Anyway, I guess I'll post this here, as I have yet to make anything else but a few practice samples with Retrobits. I have guitar in it too, so it's not 100% Rytmik, but all the drums and synth sounds are all from Retrobits.
166. Posted: Wed 25th Jan 2012 23:39 GMT
hi fanboils. glad I can join you all. i got a few Rytmik questions.on the original Rytmik, there is a button in between the Clip Edit and X buttons. the instructions don't mention it and it is not on the Rock edition or Retrobits. what does that button do?
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167. Posted: Thu 26th Jan 2012 08:47 GMT
MakoHasJagdTeth: in original Rytmik when you tap on any clip and this button is on, than the selected clip is played. In later Rytmik versions we decieded that it is always intended to play the selected clip.
168. Posted: Thu 26th Jan 2012 20:23 GMT
Martin_Linda: thnks again. ur so much de man! I am impressed with all these great apps. truly great!at pain of being tedious, I'm reticent to ask. but...where did you compile your sound sets from? are they recreations or are they the same synths that game composers used during the 80's-90's?and lastly, what game titles are those samples associated with?
169. Posted: Fri 27th Jan 2012 09:24 GMT
MakoHasJagdTeth: some of the samples are recreations, some are sampled from authentic machines or instruments.
Edited on Fri 27th January, 2012 @ 13:59 by Martin_Linda
170. Posted: Fri 3rd Feb 2012 15:58 GMT
216 songs in Rytmik Collection - http://rytmik-collection.cinemax.cz/ Add your songs!
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171. Posted: Sat 4th Feb 2012 05:19 GMT
@cinemaxgames and @Martin_LindaI really enjoy using Rytmik to create music; my hat is off to you guys for coming up with this app and making it easy enough to operate that a novice such as myself can actually come up with some decent tunes. Just out of curiosity, are you guys going to be making any more Rytmik games?
172. Posted: Sun 5th Feb 2012 06:32 GMT
Hey everyone So I've been using Rytmik for quite a while now, and I think that it's a pretty decent music making program. It doesn't compare to things like FL Studio and Ableton Live, however for a program on a ds, it's pretty amazing Anyway, cut the chitchat - here's a song I made quite a while ago (I wasn't very good back then, however I'll show you anyways):
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173. Posted: Sun 5th Feb 2012 10:44 GMT
@voog2: What? Rytmik is such a good music editor, you just have to be patient in order to find the right sounds and then polish them all
Edited on Sat 18th February, 2012 @ 23:50 by Freeon-Leon
174. Posted: Sun 5th Feb 2012 19:23 GMT
@JahirBGood I know, I never said it's bad, it's just not as good as high-end software such as FL Studio and Ableton Live, due to the limitations of the dsi (For example, there's no function for using different Plugins. You can only use what's given to you, the library of sounds can't really expand). However, it also is a program that costs $8, rather than other programs which cost $300 or more xD
Anyways here's another song I made a whole back. Not too happy with this one, however:
Edited on Sun 5th February, 2012 @ 19:24 by Wintendo
175. Posted: Sat 18th Feb 2012 23:55 GMT
My first (full length) song is here! [youtube:-VLlMjq-3LQ]
Hope you guys enjoy it :B
Edited on Sun 19th February, 2012 @ 00:01 by Freeon-Leon
176. Posted: Thu 5th Apr 2012 12:20 BST
So, umm, which Rytmik is the best? I really want a good music creation tool but i'm not sure which one to get :/
177. Posted: Thu 5th Apr 2012 12:56 BST
Jamouse: Each Rytmik has different sample set. Original Rytmik is aimed on general electronic or dance music, Rock Edition has guitar, bass and drumset samples, Hip-hop King is great for hip-hop, trip-hop or r'n'b production and Retrobits is filled exclusively with some great chiptune stuff. Anyway Retrobits has the most features;) You can chceck some youtube videos of user songs, or you can chceck our demosongs here - rytmik.cinemax.cz , it will give you some idea how they differ soundwise.
178. Posted: Fri 6th Apr 2012 21:23 BST
My personal favorite version is the Rock Edition, mostly because of the piano XD. It probably won't happen, but I kind of wish that there was an orchestral version . With violins, harps, bells, and all that good stuff XD.
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179. Posted: Sun 15th Apr 2012 07:10 BST
I'll just leave this here
180. Posted: Wed 2nd May 2012 03:20 BST
I just got Rytmik last night to see if it would put together a good composition for a game I'm developing on Android, and after playing with it for a few minutes, I put together this little jungle / D&B tune, a sorta tip-of-the-hat to the old polyrythmic sounds of the early 90's jungle scene with a little 'grimy' break at the end. Check it out!
Edited on Wed 2nd May, 2012 @ 03:20 by septravarius