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    Music Production & Remixing

    Just wondering if there are any producers/remixers out there in Wii land.

    How long have you been involved? What software do you use? What hardware you do you use? What genre(s) do you produce/remix?

    Personally I have been producing off and on since 2001 (officially) [1999 unofficially].

    Software that I use are: Fruity Loops (for creating loops when needed); Acid Pro (for arranging loops and add effects when needed); Sound Forge (when I need to edit and add effects to loops when needed); Ableton Live.

    Hardware that I use varies from location to location. At home I use my main computer. At work I have two computers at my disposal.

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    I screw around with a few mp3s now and then if I get bored but I'm not into serious mixing.

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    It's all good. Thanks for replying!

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    i started in the late 80's early 90's with an atari ST, and an atari TT

    Currently i do some stuff for personal use, mainly using Fruity loops, Ableton Live (the best thing ever invented for live work :P), Cubase for sequencing, and Finale or Sibelius for Midi.

    Main equipment is a main PC with a MOTU 828mk3 Firewire Audio Interface, and a Auzen X-FI Prelude 7.1 analog output card for teh music.

    Midi is controlled by a basic Korg Kontrol49.

    Its not much of a setup, but it stops me getting bored

    Mainly do Dance/techno type music, and classical (im a classically trained musician, so have been brought up with all types of music!)

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    Dance/tehno and any other similar styles is the only way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favs View Post
    Dance/tehno and any other similar styles is the only way to go.
    anything electronic and with a beat

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    True that, had some DJs from Melbourne in town about a week ago and they played a techno mix of Super Mario Bros. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favs View Post
    Dance/tehno and any other similar styles is the only way to go.
    ....as long as it goes a long way from me.

    Soul less repetitive crap.

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    I'm an amateur producer. Me and my friends are always recording stuff and I'm the one in charge of mixing/producing. I do mostly rock/alternative. Started about 2 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGXena View Post
    ....as long as it goes a long way from me.

    Soul less repetitive crap.


    So a techno medly is repetetive?

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