Old finds from a bygone age

Post links to songs you recorded using MultitrackStudio.
nickb2010
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Re: Old finds from a bygone age

Post by nickb2010 » Tue Apr 03, 2018 8:22 pm

Easter was useful to alter a few things. I altered the NEUSCHWANSTEIN track, since the other version strayed too much from the original 1998 recording, and we also changed the animation on top of the webpage..........http://www.brickell.info

I've always found MultitrackStudio to be rock stable when using Virtual Instruments and Effects. A few years ago a few of us did some classical pieces only using VSTi's. I thought it was a good idea to put some of our offerings online. Not sure it would have been so easy with other DAW's, by the time you'd read the manual, the moment would have passed :D :D :D :D

Virtually Classic: http://www.brickell.me

Personally I am still quite disturbed by the Vocaloid singing "Silent Night" (approx. 8 m 15 s) in the Christmas 2017 Medley on that page. I'm sure I heard it in a Stephen King movie :shock: :shock: :shock:

sinbad
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Re: Old finds from a bygone age

Post by sinbad » Wed Apr 04, 2018 11:18 am

Your new animation looks more like "Skate like an Egyptian" rather than "Walk like an Egyptian" LOL :mrgreen:

nickb2010
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Re: Old finds from a bygone age

Post by nickb2010 » Wed Apr 04, 2018 1:12 pm

"skate like an Egyptian" :D damn it we were trying for 18th Dynasty Moonwalking....

nickb2010
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Re: Old finds from a bygone age

Post by nickb2010 » Wed Apr 04, 2018 4:51 pm

Egyptian ice skater now replaced by more realistic version. Personally I'm not a fan of HTML5 animation, when compared to FLASH animation it always seems like one step forward two steps backwards. I'm sure those security issues outweghed the commercial ones :roll: :roll: :roll:

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