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Re: Fw: Drum'n Bass questions - Amen
Amen is a little prog, really nice to create some original ONE bar breaks,
not to sequence a whole tune... ;)
try this: convert the file in mono using Soundforge (or any other editor),
edit the loop in Amen and then import it in Acid to work on the song
Acid loops usually are .wav 16 bit stereo.
If you have Acid I suggest to use this incredible app only, and forget
Amen. A little plug here: I just uploaded a tune created with Acid too. In
particular, all the drum programming is done using Acid. No Amen involved
there, but you can splice and re-edit really well in Acid (a lto better
Amen, I'd say...)
Check it out on ftp.teklab.com/teklab/incoming. The file is
LeoCavalloREMIX.zip (including the mp3 and a txt).
At 19.17 11/04/99 -0800, you wrote:
>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
>>>>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
not in "16-bit mono .wav file format". Is there a way to convert ACID
(which as far as I know are indeed .wav files, though they are stereo, and
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
(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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