Posts by BeyondTheVeil

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BeyondTheVeil says

have pretty much everything i need, so in all honesty id probably just stake a really big holiday lol

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BeyondTheVeil says

Note: If you think there is a problem, please open a support ticket. Blaming authors in public won’t make anything good.

yeah not very professional. Public shame and blame never looks good on anyone.

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BeyondTheVeil says

its my buyers remorse purchase of 2014. i havent found a practical means of using this. Def not there usual line of product and far too bespoke in its core build.

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BeyondTheVeil says


Ha ha, try walking in my shoes…. :)
They wouldn’t stumble in our footsteps, would they?

Keep the same appointments I kept

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BeyondTheVeil says

well deserved feature. your a great artist mate, very fine work indeed

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BeyondTheVeil says

i must admit im not one for looking into sales patterns cos generally speaking, if you take into account everyones trends, and what they find ie:one person peaks another dips, but i had a personal record breaking best last month and a significantly big drop this month. almost like someone pulled the plug on my account lol. It is very odd hence i learned from day one, dont rely on a single dime from such sales. always see it as a welcome bonus and you will be fine.

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BeyondTheVeil says

if the gap is too long, you WILL be asked to edit it. Excessive gaps distort the true duration of the track making it easier to slip a short piece into a higher category for earning plus slightly misleading for the client if their needs are time specific etc. a short pause is one thing, a 5 second silence is on the other hand a bit much

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BeyondTheVeil says

hahahahaha its certainly summing things up right now. brilliant!!

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BeyondTheVeil says

one of my best months for a long long time. i looked through all the sales from 2011 to date and i have no pattern from on month to the next, one period to the next one. i think im just very grateful for whatever happens just happens kinda approach.

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BeyondTheVeil says



I love soft synths, but there’s just something about twiddling the knobs (and multiple knobs at the same time) on a real synths.
yup same as above. i have a ton of soft synth or sample libs but have built up a collection of hardware synths as i found i was just having more fun this way. clicking a mouse all day can make you feel like the computer is stealing some soul and interaction between you and any instrument. even the most simple synth will teach you 100 times more and so much quicker than using any soft synth. grab a bargain piece of hardware, detach from anything DAW like. just learn and enjoy. i have a bunch of hardware toys i adore that still teach me new tricks and in some cases, just cannot be bettered by any soft counterpart. I have 2 Moogs, a virus ti2, Roland JV, Roland jp8000,D50, Korg MS20 and i just wouldn’t be without them now.
Seems like you will have a good idea if the hardware will be noticed over a soft-synth character-wise in a song? Do your hardware synths add a dimension that the softies can’t?

yes most def. some hardware counterparts just dont ring true at all. while they make very interesting alternatives you cant faithfully recreate Moog circuitry nor ARP etc, but again its in the hands on approach that just re connects you to the musical process not just the logical one which sees us making very quick preset decisions and a series of screen refreshes, mouse clicks etc. if you get it all right, then you wont really hear a big thump due to the presence of hardware, it should just be seemless but give you some qualities you wont find anywhere else. cos my generation was brought up on hardware synths a couple decades before any soft synth came along, im thankful for that education. maybe it was a longer much more tortured process and a track took a long time to set up, and longer to mix etc but some of that gave you a window into some sound design tricjs you could learn and again, it just made you feel like a musical connection was being made. 90% of what i still do for TV deadlines means booting up cubase and rolling out stems and alt tracks in a matter of hours, but when i have time to do so, the hardware makes a welcome appearance and i start to enjoy the process once again.

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