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    Steve Pordon
  • Occupation
    Director of Labs
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    Legion3o3 (small o, not zero)
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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    FL Studio
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  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Mixing & Mastering
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    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Acoustic Guitar
    Electric Bass
    Electric Guitar: Lead
    Electric Guitar: Rhythm
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (Other)
    Drum programming

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  1. I don't know if anyone else will find this useful, but if you have linux (or maybe OSX) and you want a program that can generate a wide range of useful tab templates for various stringed instruments, I've been working on this on and off for the past 5 years. It's what I personally use for all my tabs. I just added some functionality to shift standard tunings by a set amount of half-steps up or down, which is handy for bands like Godflesh. There's no Windows binary. I work in Windows most of the time, but I program in linux. If someone wants to compile this under Windows, have at it.
  2. I always do a minimum of two rhythm tracks panned hard left and right and played as separate takes. Solos go close to the center unless there's another guitar harmonizing; in that case, I usually pan the leads close to center or put the main melody dead center and offset the harmony in whichever direction needs the balance. When I'm harmonizing or just thickening rhythms, the additional parts go anywhere from 60-90% L and R depending on how much sonic space there is in the moment. These songs were both in the box: https://neutronstar.org/music/Steve_Pordon-untitled20150811.mp3 https://n
  3. I haven't been here in 5 years, so I don't consider this necro thread posting BUT ...the version on this very site was posted in 2004. What do you mean by "older" and "before 2014"?
  4. This is pretty fucking amazing. That's it. That's the review.
  5. Can't tell if Darke trolling or just doesn't remember who I am. <.<
  6. My shirt makes me look like a CGI rendering. Excellent. These video games are getting so realistic! EDIT: attaching original. The flash off my eyeballs and the head angle made me look like a zombie, but of course that didn't come through in the tiny avatar version.
  7. ...because I'm thinking of going. Unless there's a better way to meet you techno shits.
  8. I ended up buying a brand new Mesa Boogie MkV combo from Sweetwater, so I sincerely hope you didn't have an affiliate link with them.
  9. Yes, but then you're still supporting Amazon's decisions. Unless you buy one used from a third party. I'm happy with the Kobo so far. Crisp, easy to read, tons of settings to tweak. The downside compared to my tablet ebook app is that I can't easily categorize books, and it's comparitively slow. The display is much better for extended reading sessions, though.
  10. My Kobo Glo HD gets here tomorrow. Reviews are giving it an edge over Kindle Voyage, and Kindle doesn't support the open epub format. If you have lots of epub and enjoy spending time converting it to .mobi, Kindle might work for you. If you don't mind Amazon removing books you own from the device you own like they've done in the past, go Kindle. Otherwise literally anything else. This rant sponsored by Literally Anything Else .
  11. HOLY NECRO THREAD, BATMAN Any Sweetwater affiliation yet? Zzounds is great, but they don't carry what I'm looking for.
  12. Depends on the song and the style. My music usually has a minimum of 4 or 5 main drumlines with fills and variations throughout. My last song had one main drumline because it's what the song needed. If you're trying to emulate a real drummer, figure out your groove and play along to the entire song "live" (even if it's just tapping out the kick and snare on your computer's keyboard), then go modify it afterwards with fills and quantization if you need it.
  13. Absolutely. You know how to get ahold of me fast for future rants, right?
  14. I installed FL11 for a couple of hours, then grabbed the new instruments (kick drum, something else) from it, uninstalled, and went back to 10 until they release something that isn't a steaming heap of shit. No pattern blocks + headache-inducing blurry fonts that they say they will not drop = suck it, gol.
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