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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by thebassclef, Aug 15, 2006.
Yes it is. But this is a MUSIC related software thread.
It is related to music if you ever plan on selling and promoting your music.
MuseScore is a capable, versatile notation program like Sibelius, but open source and free. If you need to produce good-looking sheet music, try this (can also export to LilyPad files). Available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux, translated into 40+ languages.
I have Finale Notepad, and I did try Musescore. They don't like each other though.
Does anybody know of any notation software for mobile or tablet devices? I'd love to be able to get some work done during downtimes, while riding the subway and whatnot.
Here's a nice list of 40 free VST plugins released in 2014. The top guitar amp one also has a bass version.
I've also just made available a fully-customizable octaver VST plug-in, free to you all.
Would love to get feedback on it (the verbal kind, not the sonic kind).
And I recently finished putting some samples of me bowing my double bass behind synth-style controls. http://www.karoryfer.com/karoryfer-samples/wydawnictwa/ironface
Huge free drum kit, over 2 GB even in the "condensed to stereo" version, thousands of samples, vintage 60s Ludwig drums. I did the SFZ mappings, though that's nothing compared to the effort of recording and editing this many samples.
SM Drums | Deeply Sampled Free Drums for the masses
Also a new set of samples of my double bass, much warmer, cleaner and more consistent than the version I did back in 2013.
Meatbass - Karoryfer Samples - Karoryfer Lecolds
Guitar Rig 5 has a free demo which is scarily good.
PreSonus Studio One 3 Prime for FREE
Forte 6 Basic Edition (100% Discount)
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Get FORTE Basic for FREE. Only until September 14.
Plogue Alter/Ego, free voice synthesis plugin: Download VST/AU/RTAS/AAX Plugin, Synth, Effect and Modular Audio
I've been beta-testing it for a week, and it's awesome and fun even if you have more than enough human singers.
I made a free scary processed piano for Halloween. It even has eyeballs for knobs.
Scarypiano - Karoryfer Samples - Karoryfer Lecolds
Tux Guitar is free and can open most guitar pro files.
Weresax - Karoryfer Samples - Karoryfer Lecolds
I've made a free alto sax library with expressive vibrato, and bonus mappings where it pretends to be an accordion and a subtractive synthesizer.
Also an excellent free piano dropped a few days ago, a Kawai semi-concert grand: http://www.productionvoices.com/estate-grand-le-for-sforzando/
There's a commercial version which adds two more mic perspectives, but the free one is close-miked which makes it a great piano for sitting in dense rock mixes, especially since it's naturally a brighter instruments than Steinways etc.
I know the request is a few years old but Faststone is an excellent very underrated image editor/image browser with lots of functionality built in. Very fast and lightweight. Much simpler learning curve than gimp. I use a mac with lightroom and photoshop and still miss it for quick little chores, wish there was mac version.
FastStone Image Viewer - Powerful and Intuitive Photo Viewer, Editor and Batch Converter
A few tuts/info:
Several different bundles.. but there is a free drum machine... Not great but a decent enough tool to play around with.
I made a major update to my free cello library (which got over 15000 downloads in the less than two years it's been out) with controllable vibrato, legato, humanization, more fancy mappings etc. Grab it here:
Karoryfer x bigcat cello - Karoryfer Samples - Karoryfer Lecolds