Music Program

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  • #73883

    I want 2 make my own music, but I don’t have a very high budget. Any suggestions? :?

    #73884

    um, you can get audacity for free and record yourself, but usually, you will have to spend money.

    #73885

    thanx trombone

    #73891
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    Woah that’s a pretty awsome free program! I’ve just downloaded it and my favorite feature so far is the noise-removal.

    #73896
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    johannes
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    umm… you cant make any music with audacity? as far as i have learned…

    here is some links:

    Hammerhead drum machine:
    http://www.threechords.com/hammerhead/download.shtml

    REALTIME TS404 synthetizer: (this introduced me into music)
    http://www.threechords.com/hammerhead/ts-404.shtml

    and ofcourse Jeskola Buzz:
    http://www.buzzmachines.com

    all are freeware!

    #73903
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    Mirko
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    Well, you can sing and record yourself with audacity.

    Take a look at http://www.sonicspot.com. I think that’s quite a good overview of free and inexpensive music and audio software.

    Mirko

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    “Ferder” wrote: Woah that’s a pretty awsome free program! I’ve just downloaded it and my favorite feature so far is the noise-removal.

    Strange Ferder, but for some reason, noise removal is disabled on my version. Strange.

    Cheers,

    ben

    #73922

    ya audicity is awesome. the white noise thing is cool! 8-)

    P.S. Not to be spamming or anything but i can use that for ghost hunting (im a loser)

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    “benlen” wrote: [quote=”Ferder”]Woah that’s a pretty awsome free program! I’ve just downloaded it and my favorite feature so far is the noise-removal.

    Strange Ferder, but for some reason, noise removal is disabled on my version. Strange.

    Cheers,

    ben[/quote]

    Make sure you have something selected to remove noise from.
    Here’s how I do it;
    If there’s only one track, use CTRL-A to select the whole thing.
    Use the Effects / Noise removal
    use the Get Noise Profile button
    Use the effects / Noise removal
    Move the slider all the way to LESS or it sounds weird
    remove the noise and save the whole thing as a wav or mp3 if you want.

    -Stephen

    #73925
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    If you have a farely new Creative Sound Blaster audio card it comes with software that allows you to record from a vitual keyboard with over 200 different types of instruments.

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