I hate myself for not lurking forums more often! I agree with taron, its a bit refreshing to find out about someone elses musagi works! I've been working so long with this program that i have forgotten how "it used to sound". I kinda lost my sense of sound for the more basic of instruments in musagi xD your work is a good reminder and a good inspiration that even "in my ears crappy instruments" can sound very good together! I must try to do something similar ^^. I really like the "string" instrument in hajod.smu, really nice and soft sound there. I might borrow
If any of you want to try to make something together with me in musagi please add me on skype: joel.a88 (please specify in the skype friend request that you have something to do with musagi or something of thel like else i might think its a spam xD) Would probably be great fun to work together with someone for once!
Again I can't access your latest ecu.smu i was wondering what system you use to name your files, it just feels so random xD I just finished my latest tune. My friend said he wanted to "mix it up a bit" so it's unofficially *not finished* but heres a link to the (probably) final version of the exported .smu file! db.tt/YDU46c9P Hope you like it
Hello again. I listened to your latest two tracks. I really like the latest one; as you described it yourself "tin-muyu.smu - not a very long bit, but I liked what there was of it", it got my feet tapping the beat! As for the name of isleep, it was actually also a name generated through one of the musagitracks but "modified" after a bit of thinking. The musagi track was called isovit where "sovit" in my native language is a word for sleep (sweden/swedish) so the name came from that actually . naming songs is a way for me to identify them on long term. Its easier to recognize the songs if their name is not just a random mash of letters but instead a semi-random thoughtup word or combinations of words. Coming up with a name for songs is usually one of the last things i do and i often tend to sit long enough for myself to get angry for not coming up with a name quick enough that "fits the song". Its both fun and boring process - the boring part being the one using your brain to actually come up with a name - the fun part "caring" enough for your song to give it "its own, very special, name" Haha. Dunno why i wrote so elaborate about it aaaanyhow. I will check back later to see if you post some new stuff
Just woke up and randomly found myself checking the forum for the first time in quite a long time, glad to see an update and good timing aswell I really dig what the acotah track plays! I'd like to try to make something with that as inpiration! Also the rythm in ewumi is awesome.
You should try to poke around at the (HP) (LP) filters some, they can really help in creating different sounds (and create really crazy ones if used in combination with the distortion wheel).