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41. Posted: Sat 28th Aug 2010 16:52 BST
After listening to it really close, I realized that there is a bass part. I just couldn't hear it on the Wii I guess. I edited it, and then realized the bass is no where near loud enough on the computer... >_>
@Mack: I'm not sure if it's in that game or not. It's not the same composer though...
Edit: Here is the re-uploaded video. I deleted the old one. And then I found out how to edit it. You might want to put on some headphones and turn up the volume if you want to hear anything in the way of bass.
Edited on Sat 28th August, 2010 @ 17:31 by zezhyrule
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42. Posted: Sat 28th Aug 2010 17:20 BST
@Zez I noticed the sound balance is off when I recorded it on my computer too. Funny enough for mine it was the bass synth being too loud and the piano being way too soft. I had to make a second file on Rytmik for the computer recording with a lot of modified volumes to match the original sound I got through my DSi. :/ It was a pain and took a long time but it was worth it. Not sure why my computer records it at a different volume. I also noticed the stereo effects didn't get recorded either, even though I set Audacity to record in stereo both channels have the same waveforms.
And yeah the bass on yours is still very quiet. O.O I can barely hear it.
43. Posted: Mon 30th Aug 2010 14:44 BST
Post in the comments if you think you know what this song is from. I think most people won't know. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfPzGue4zoA
So what is this song? My guesses were wrong
44. Posted: Mon 30th Aug 2010 20:06 BST
Nobody has correctly guessed yet... actually nobody has guessed at all.
Post guesses in the comments. I'm not telling what it is until someone gets it right.
45. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 06:13 BST
Hey brochachos, check out my Rytmik song, "Seaweed".
Edited on Tue 31st August, 2010 @ 06:13 by Paperclip
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46. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 08:57 BST
Taya wrote:Post in the comments if you think you know what this song is from. I think most people won't know. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfPzGue4zoASo what is this song? My guesses were wrong
I commented on the video with what I think is the right answer. (crosses fingers)
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47. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 15:04 BST
Nope, but good guess!
Hint: It's from a popular NES game but the music itself is hard/impossible to find in a normal playthrough.
48. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 20:53 BST
Nope, but good guess!Hint: It's from a popular NES game but the music itself is hard/impossible to find in a normal playthrough.
Shoot! I'll try harder!
49. Posted: Thu 2nd Sep 2010 03:32 BST
I'm stumped on what to do next. I wanted to make the zelda overworld music, but that requires triplets... I'll think of something, I hope.
@joek0: Umm... You might want to work on those notes a little. It sounds off-key.
Edit: Here, I found some sheet music for the song, if you want to look at it.
Edited on Thu 2nd September, 2010 @ 03:34 by zezhyrule
50. Posted: Thu 2nd Sep 2010 06:20 BST
Alright, here is my next track -
Just pretend you can't hear the scratchy stuff. It was a lot more noticeable before I re-recorded it 5 times...
Edited on Thu 2nd September, 2010 @ 19:52 by zezhyrule
51. Posted: Thu 2nd Sep 2010 06:35 BST
Alright, here is my next track -Just pretend you can't hear the scratchy stuff. It was a lot more noticeable before I re-recorded it 5 times...
I gotta say, that's pretty good!
52. Posted: Thu 2nd Sep 2010 08:57 BST
@zezhyrule That sounds fantastic! Almost exactly like the original - good sample choices. Love it. That's an incredibly syncopated track and I'm astounded you managed to get all the notes at the right time.
@joek0 Yeah, you might want to fix the key of that song, it sounds out of tune and I don't even know the original. :/ Good effort though, just fix up the notes.
Great to hear more Rytmik songs. Keep em coming!
53. Posted: Thu 2nd Sep 2010 19:31 BST
Thanks @Mack and @Sylver! I didn't think it was that good, but if you both say so. :3
This was one of the first VGM I learned on the piano, if that's kinda cheating... lol
54. Posted: Thu 2nd Sep 2010 23:52 BST
Which part sounds off key? The score I played it off of was in the key F#major in the beginning. I transposed it to E major because it wouldn't fit within 2 octaves. Later, when the key changes, I kept it in the original key. The transition was hard to get right so I left it alone. Maybe I'll find a different score with a different key.
55. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 01:02 BST
This is going to be a really stupid question with a really obvious answer, but I'm terrible at using this software, and haven't worked it out yet -
How do you create custom samples?
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56. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 01:05 BST
First thing is to go through both tutorials.
57. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 02:22 BST
Do you mean custom samples from scratch? (I don't think that's possible.)
Or choosing a sample within clip edit and customizing the pitch, notes, etc?
58. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 03:13 BST
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59. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 08:15 BST
@WaltzElf You can only use the samples they provide. There's a good variety of them so it's usually not a problem. The "User Defined" button is where your own songs are stored, not any samples. Where did you get the idea that you could create custom samples?
@BleachFan888 That's cool. Nice use of bass and good sample choice. It's pretty dissonant though. You could modify the note progressions so that it fits in a key better. Try playing about with normal and sharp notes until you find a sound that works a little better, especially on the up and down scales. Also you could use a more regular drum beat to fill out the song's sound more. I like the sound of the drums early on though, very tribal. Also it sounds very loud, maybe try toning down some of the background noises so we can focus on the melody. What did you use to record it?
Edited on Fri 3rd September, 2010 @ 08:41 by HolyMackerel
60. Posted: Fri 3rd Sep 2010 20:59 BST
Someone gave me a thumbs down on my mario song, because it sounded to much like the original. Thanks for the compliment!