a blog of blether & grooves 2006-13
Viva Brazilia - oh yes right up my Ipanema - excellent work, I can see a future in this you know - so what software are you using? There's some great freebie bits floating round on the netThe Hotel Costes albums are great for playing around for with this sort of vibe too
Mond, I'm using Ye Bogge Standarde freebie Audacity mallarkey, and still trying to work it all out, frankly. Is it any good or is it a bunch of arse? What would you recommend? When it comes right on down to it, I just want to do what you can do with records - overlap the end of one over the beginning of another, brilliantly (and look a hero) x
I've never used Audacity, but it's certainly doing the trick so far - one thing that's really useful is a beatmixing option where you synch the speed of tracks on the overlap. There's some freebie stuffware that does this - can't remember the name thoughI use Ableton which is brill' once you know the basics (they're all on youtube)- If you want a copy drop me a line (details are on my sidebar) and I'll sort you one out
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