I'm currently exploring renoise as a replacement for: rosegarden (no WAV-export) qtractor (no SF-bank-addressing, not honouring legato-p... ... 2. record individually the bass line (here I use 4/8-bars patterns which I copy/paste) 3.
Hi Renoise users, I have a question concerning balancing the volume,db, levels, etc. Usually people say that my drums are too loud in the mix. Then it hit me, my drums just sound out of place all together.
Edit: i tend to stay away from Impulse reverbs when mixing music most of the time cus they aren't as "musical"... an old fashion Lexicon reverb melts into the mix and adds a little grime the same way a good warm tube ...
Everyone has it's own workflow and it's own "type" of sound, but for the music I like to do, I usually build a "core" section in renoise. I then proceed to finding the right samples (I tend not to use VSTis etc) maintaining the song .....
Also, there are millions of tutorials (both written and videos on youtube) on the basics of most of the daws. As you're trying the demo, and using these tutorials, try to determine which daw has the most vocal user support.
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