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Senjin

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  1. I... don't hear what you're talking about here at all. Unless you mean they both have a bunch of fast notes playing under a slow melody line? The ending to Blade Runner is hardly the first piece of music to do something like that though. EDIT: Listened through them both again a little more carefully and yeah... No. Blade Runner theme is: C-Bb-Ab-G (or a descending line going Major 2nd, Major 2nd, minor 2nd) J-E-N-O-V-A is: Cb-Bb-Ab, Cb-Bb-Ab-Cb-Db-Eb (or descending minor 2nd, Major 2nd etc.). So no, not plagiarized and I wouldn't even say inspired by, to be honest. Regarding the original
  2. Heh, not a bad idea (even though I've got a million consoles under my TV already competing for that position ). There might be some crazy use for it yet though. I didn't mention it, but right now all of my sample libraries are crammed onto a 1TB external HDD which is plugged into a USB 3.0 port. I've been wanting to upgrade to SSD but larger ones are still pretty pricey... I do have a 250gb one in the new desktop I built though, and I know I've got a spare HDD sitting around. Maybe I'll try to migrate the OS of the new computer to my spare HDD so I can use the SSD for my more commonly
  3. True words, if I had followed this advice last year (instead of constantly convincing myself I "need" new things) I would be in a much better spot now. No use lamenting poor past decisions though, just gotta suck it up and learn from my mistakes. I definitely need more power in some form, but I was also trying to get it in a way that made use of what I already have. Unfortunately, as others mentioned, it would be simpler and more cost effective to just upgrade the RAM in my main computer (can't combine what I have, unfortunately). I can quadruple the available memory of one machine for ab
  4. Interesting... It's a shame that support for it has been discontinued. Some basic googling seems to point to it being fairly unstable in W7 as well (which means W10 is probably out of the question entirely). I also found out about something called Wormhole, though it looks to be equally neglected and unviable. It's a bit odd to me that there are so few options for doing this kind of thing, despite it being a seemingly fairly common practice. Oh well, VEPro it is, I guess. Thanks for the info though.
  5. NBD There's a lot of stuff in that optimization article that I didn't think of or even know about, will definitely be putting some of that to use pretty quickly. Thanks for the help and feedback, looks like I'm gonna be making another big purchase pretty soon here....
  6. Hello everyone! So here's the thing. Through a series of mishaps and questionable purchases, I find myself in possession of no less than three decently powerful computers, two of which are custom built desktops and the remaining one being a new Toshiba C50-C laptop. They each have 8gigs of RAM and are all packing multi core processors (also, 2 are running Windows 10 while one desktop is still on Windows 7). I've been doing fine with just the one desktop for a number of years now, but I've lately found myself using more and more higher quality sample libraries along with more cpu-intensive
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