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1. What pack do you use the most?
2.What packs do you love to combine?
3.What packs sound good together?
4.What is noise/sound do you want to combine with your favorite that is missing from the game?
5.What is your Style?


My answers:
1. Corporeal
2. Holiday&Wheelie, Cities Pack&Corporeal, or those all together.
3.Holiday&Wheelie
4.Dubstep, Organs, and Vocals are definitly missing from Corporeal!
5. Electric, Techno, and Heavy Hitter(what i call loud drums, heavy base, and loud instraments).

You?
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Mar 28, 2013

Completely random, every time, but I try to keep some kind of cohesive theme for each level.

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Sep 11, 2013

Got a bunch more activity since i first posted this. Im VERY interested to see what people have to say!

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Sep 17, 2013

random :manhappy:

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Sep 18, 2013
1) I'd say Dubstep for sure! a lot of weird stuff you can pull out of there.

2) 80's & Dubstep

3) It's really up to experimentation. I think I the Dubstep pack syncs well with anything, just depends on what sound you're going for. I start there, and then I try to figure out what I "need" from other packs, whether its something loud, soft, drums, etc.

4) I really, really want some more samples from the 8-bit days. There are a few here, but not enough! And maybe a way to save notes/objects to a clipboard for easy access.

5) My style? It's part electronica, part uh whatever the notes turn out to be!

But really I follow a basic formula generally:
a) figure out a good loop or note sequence that fits my taste. If it doesn't work out with just notes, I try to substitute or add to it with objects and creatures.
b) gotta have some drums or at least some bass.
c) then I listen, and if I get annoyed with it after a few minutes of shaping, I tweak it.

And then I figure out how players will get notes in a general order, level design, stuff like that.
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Sep 19, 2013

D_Mise!!!!!!!!!

 

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Sep 19, 2013

Hello Mr. Vo!

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Sep 29, 2013
First want to say you guys in this thread are my favorite music masters! I am trying to learn better sound techniques on the game but here's answers:
1) acoustic pack
2) dub step and anything
3) corporeal and cities
4) some jazz instruments might be cool
5) I try to make style from simmer to a boil, but don't have a particular style. Love any style though, especially hip hop or dance.
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Sep 29, 2013

Pika!!!!!!!!!!

 

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Sep 29, 2013
SeReVo! I have to check here more often,some cool info insight
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