Hey S1 fam...
I've been playing with Output's Arcade, and made this beat with it's samples as the foundation. It's my new fav VST. Let me know what you think.
I was just listening to your "Common Child" BandCamp page. You have some really well put-together songs!
As for this, I was sure what to expect, but yeah, this is killer! I love the laid-back groovy vibe. All the balances are right on and solid. My only critique is that it feels like it kind of wanders a bit and loses a clear "direction". But maybe that's the style? Really cool tune!
Another good one! Kind of puts you in a good mood when listening to it.
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miked7 wroteI was just listening to your "Common Child" BandCamp page. You have some really well put-together songs!
thank you, glad you liked it. thanks for checking out the bandcamp too.
Black_Haus wroteAnother good one! Kind of puts you in a good mood when listening to it.
thanks for listening, glad you caught the good vibes
Listening to your Good Vibration's tune - nice ... good mix - Southern Cal feel.
I love Output's Arcade - I'm trying to figure out how to set up Studio One's Sample One XT to work the same way but can't seem to figure out how to trigger loops off of more than a single key at a time... hence composing on the fly not as simple as in Arcade...
Maybe I'm missing something on Sample One with that?
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macwriter wroteListening to your Good Vibration's tune - nice ... good mix - Southern Cal feel.
i just tried this, and it works. if you go into the Mapping tab of Sample One, you can set which keys trigger which samples. So you could load a loop a few times, edit each one the way you want, and then set it to a key, and get very close to what Arcade does.
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