« on: September 29, 2011, 09:46:12 AM »
Mike how is the programming...hard like the DX7? I had heard it was not as difficult
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My opinion? I hate it, to me its cheating. I love making sounds, Omnisphere does it all for you so no reason to make any yourself. I can understand why film composers love it, sounds great and its quick and super easy to come up with
Don't know why, but your comment reminds me of a tongue-in-check credit on an an early 80s punk album: "Not Produced by Brian Eno."
Thanks for that Forrest...Im going to be smiling all night. +++
Julio, i thought you was refer to this:
Totally agree with APK and Mike here...well, not a surprise since i was the complainer mentioned in the starting post
I may well be interested in knowing how some sounds are produced/created on a CD, but the artist can put this on a web site easily enough and not load the CD with technical stuff.
I credit Kit Watkins' long list of gear on one of his early solo albums for influencing me to pick up a pair of AKG-EB351 microphones.
I would prefer to know, even in ambiguous terms (e.g. "synthesizer," "electronic keyboards" etc.) what was used. But I don't need to know too many specifics, e.g. I don't need to know the brand of synth or which model.
Regular people listen to ambient music to get the samadhi which is where we all start from. Maybe that's why mp3s and other digital audio are more popular than CDs - no mention of the equipment involved!