Omni-Psyence

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About Omni-Psyence

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    Perfection. Composer

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  • Location
    Biloxi, MS

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  • Website URL
    http://omnipsyence.com

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  • Collaboration Status
    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Lyrics
    Mixing & Mastering
    Recording Facilities
    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Acoustic Guitar
    Electric Bass
    Electric Guitar: Lead
    Electric Guitar: Rhythm
    Piano
    Vocals: Male

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    Audio Engineer/Producer

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  1. Due to several requests for an extension of the deadline for this contest, we are moving it to Monday August 10th! Make sure to finish up your mixes and send them in by that date! Thanks
  2. Just a reminder to get your submissions in by next monday, August 3rd Thanks everyone for participating.
  3. Really excited to hear the submissions. Thanks for checking this out y'all, and have fun!
  4. As the title says, completely unused. PM me for an offer!
  5. Well there is a MIDI CC specifically for pitch bend, so you should be able to do it without even having a physical controller. You can also assign other CCs to built in vibrato functions in a synth or sampler, or if you can't do that, the depth of an LFO modulating the pitch of an oscillator can also be controlled with CC.
  6. The trick is that there is no trick. Everyone get's inspired in different ways. Some start with a simple chord progression, some with a melody, and others with a drum beat or a specific timbre or sound that they have designed. Music is a complex cooperation of many different elements, and every artist weaves their tapestry in their own way. I know that this sounds exactly like bullshit nonsense but it is actually completely true. The one solid piece of advice I can give is to keep making music as much as you can. The more you do a thing, the better you get at it (assuming deliberate practice and learning is involved). Don't give up!
  7. I bought FMDrive a few weeks ago, it suits my purposes just fine.
  8. Thanks everyone! I actually finished up my new EP and released it yesterday on bandcamp. I updated the first post with the new link. I really appreciate your support! I am eyeing some new studio gear as well *wink wink nudge nudge* (only need $25 to get what I want!)
  9. Hey, today I'm turning 26 and I wanted to start off the day with a small little something for everyone here. I need to do this early today because I don't think I will be functioning very well later tonight (hopefully!) It's nothing crazy but I just released a brand new EP and I want to give it to you all for free! 4 tracks of awesome future-retro electronica sounds. http://omnipsyence.bandcamp.com/album/dark-star-falling
  10. If your goal is to make money with your music, then you need to look way beyond just video games. That's all I'm going to say about that...
  11. The site looks sick, really glad to be a part of the label! Everyone on the roster is super talented, I was just listening to random tracks and honestly I couldn't hit the pause button. Here's to the long, continued success of OCRecords!
  12. Action Strings actually *can* let you create your own phrases. You simply do so by using the keyswitches. Every single basic short rhythmic patterns can be found in Action Strings, and subsequently stitched together to create some real natural sounding results. Here's a track using Action Strings. http://soundcloud.com/omni-psyence/divide-and-conquer
  13. There's got to be some retro synth heads around here into this stuff, show yourselves! lol
  14. Hey what's up everyone, I just wanted to let you know I dropped a brand new high-energy single called "Speed Zone", which is a collaboration with Canadian synthwave artist Swagbot. Please check it out! http://omnipsyence.bandcamp.com/track/speed-zone Artwork by Ryan "Ryu" Jackson