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Re: Fw: Drum'n Bass questions - Amen
This was a thread on this list a while back; I downloaded the program, and
it is extremely cool, just as the posts said. Thanks for turning me on to
this. I do have a couple of questions, though...
>>>A nice little program to get you going with d'n'b is AMEN. It's free and
>>>comes with an amen break!! and you can chop it up and sequence it
>>>very easily within the program, adding differing degrees of randomness
Is it really practical for creating a whole tune's worth of drum
sequencing? My experience thus far has been that if you're going to
create say, a 16-bar sequence, the "offsets" become so tiny that it's
almost impossible to work with them. Do a whole tune, and they would be
microscopic. Can anyone tell me what I'm missing here?
Also, I tried to use ACID loops with Amen but I couldn't, because they
were not in "16-bit mono .wav file format". Is there a way to convert
ACID loops (which as far as I know are indeed .wav files, though they are
stereo, and I don't know how many bits) to 16-bit mono .wav format?
Is there a website where I can download 16-bit mono .wav files of
drumloops (I seem to recall a post about this very thing not too long ago)?
>>>I don't think it's being developed any further though, shame.
Shame, indeed. Maybe if we all begged the guy...
Thanks in advance for any and all replies,
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