Bonryu

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About Bonryu

  • Rank
    Chocobo (+20)

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  • Biography
    New to remixing/and melody making. Looking to making ambiance type melodies and soundscapes for games. And to make new friends :)
  • Real Name
    Jeremy

Artist Settings

  • Collaboration Status
    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    FL Studio
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Mixing & Mastering
  1. Lava Lava Is awesome dude. Did you download your own Vsts?
  2. Ah I see how is Sonar? Similar to FL?
  3. Hey what did you use to make this song?
  4. Thats not bad man i like it.. and this was in garage band?
  5. /facepalm .... Alright its fixed sorry bout that.... And thanks ill check it out.
  6. About how long did it take you to make your first one and what equipment/sofware did you use?
  7. Garage band, is that a Mac application?
  8. ... Really dude lol, :-PAnd sure I would like to hear it if you don't mind it at all.
  9. Wow Ok.. my bad for bumping ... but anyway, do you still have that first song you made?
  10. Bumb I hope im not in the wrong forum.
  11. What was your first remix or melody that you created, What program and equipment did you use? How long did it take you? I'm just interested to see were every one started and how each of your styles differ, and maybe hear a little about your background and what kind of Video game music your into. I'm just starting the melody creating/ remixing myself, and i have a HUGE collection of video game music at my disposal its just a passion of mine and remixing and creating my own is what im thriving for! Your responses and discussion would boost my enthusiasm for this hobby even further. Thanks in advance!
  12. Its no problem Im 19 and no I have not done much. But im willing to learn more and help out with this project any way that I can. The programs that im familiarizing myself with at this point are Reaper and paulstretch.