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Everything posted by MikeViper

  1. I agree with the above posters. Get some more realistic samples, and it'll be much better. I remember this theme being used as the Megaman Legends theme for Namco X Capcom. It's called "Flutter vs. Gesselschaft".
  2. Well, I recently composed two video game compositions, and I want to know what you guys think about them. The first one was composed for a flash movie, where I was asked to write a song that was in a "happy" mood, that sounded like J-Pop. The second one is just something I composed in my spare time. Each of the songs has a higher quality MP3 version, and a lower quality midi version. Note that these are both only WIPs, and are not nearly finished. Anyways, here they are: http://www.gamingw.net/pubaccess/46009/JPop22.midi Midi of the first composition. http://www.sendspace.com/file/hzfu3t MP3 of the first composition. http://www.gamingw.net/pubaccess/46009/JPop3.midi Midi of the second composition. http://www.gamingw.net/pubaccess/46009/JPop3.mp3 Mp3 of the second composition.
  3. I want to turn a song of mines from midi quality, to MP3 quality, but I have no idea where to start. I've heard that you can use real samples, to make your midi sound more MP3 quality, but I really have no idea how to use samples. Firstly, what exactly are samples? Second of all, how can you use these samples? Third of all, what program would you use to compose samples, and put them together into a song? And those are pretty much my only 3 questions. If I use the term "Sample" incorrectly, please forgive me, I really know nothing about the whole process.
  4. Hmm, that's strange, I was able to plug the cord into the computer, but when I tried to record with Sound Recorder it didn't get any feedback.
  5. Ah, I see, so all I need to do is simply plug my amp cord into the line-in thing, and I can record?
  6. Well, I'm kind of a newbie to the whole recording thing, and I want to know, how do you record bass guitar directly to computer? Better yet, is it even possible? I've tried using a microphone, but even when I put the mic close to the amp, the recording quality is still bad.
  7. Yeah, will I'm thinking recording my Saxophone into a few of my songs and I'm wondering, will microphones work with non-electrical instruments? Also, say it can, what's a good way to get an accurate sound with this method? Thanks.
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