Primeval: I like your stuff. It sounds like it would fit very well in Doom levels, and it almost makes me want to map again.
As for me... I don't play live (yet), but I do record parts and turn them into songs. Like the one in the video below me. That's not to say I don't play music, whether my own or otherwise, I just have no recordings yet and I haven't done a live show. It is a high-priority goal of mine, though.
I will deliberately take a contrary position just for the sake of writing incredibly long arguments
I don't really want to start a new thread for this: Is there any good, preferably free, software for making sheet music? You know, putting notes on staves and etc. My dad wants a program like this but doesn't want to have to run Musictime Deluxe in a DOS emulator.
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may have been DoomHero85 at some point
I use Finale. But as that link Grain of Salt put in says, it's expensive, but worth it. Check the above link and see if that program does what your dad wants. If it doesn't, I recommend Finale wholeheartedly.
yukib1t said: Primeval: I like your stuff. It sounds like it would fit very well in Doom levels, and it almost makes me want to map again.
In the past couple years, my music has basically been solely for Doom levels. Under a different name, I have released a couple free albums in a sorta neo-classical/metal style. I gotta dig that stuff up and release them...again...hehe.
I play lead guitar; here's a link to my YouTube page, mostly Dream Theater/BTBAM covers and a few others. Nothing too new since school has been busy as hell but I plan on uploading more soon. http://www.youtube.com/deldelda
All tracks on the page are MIDI files I exported after writing the songs in a program called Guitar Pro, which everyone here should at least look into. I am in the process of recording the guitar tracks with my roommate, who plays rhythm.
And eternal slumber, \m/. Is that an original? Totally wish I could play drums.
I can't check out stuff now, but I will eventually.
Thx deldelda, yeah it's original. Yeah, drums are hella fun. I use GuitarPro too, also PowerTab. Those programs are perfect for writing and practising.
Not sure if this is a bump or not, but here is my first time covering a very hard song.
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Bad mixing and bad vocals, but pretty cool you can do all that yourself. Especially jelly you can drum that fast, I used to play but just never got the drive to get good enough to play like that. Of course now my tastes are more and more complex now so that's worse for me.