Hey everyone. I’ve just finished my first project with Renoise, and I wanted to get some feedback.
Have a listen here: http://www.lapubell.com/76
I’m writing a short album (prob around 8 songs) all centered around my ukulele, but i’m trying to take it in a new direction. No “Somewhere over the rainbow” on this thing.
Anyone want to give this a listen and tell me what you think? I’d sure apreciate it! I’m super stoked to be part of this community! Renoise 2.5 is super awesome!
I just read how to embed the track so here it is:
Very nice track! I love the vibe its got. Was listening and started doing some other things, and noticed my self starting to zone out! I really like it. For your first track its great. Keep it up.
thanks man! i’m stoked you got spacey. it was doing that to me too as i was making it.
Looks like we have a new talent here!
thanks a bunch! I’m stoked to share my stuff with other tracker musicians. Yeah, I’ll be around…
Im not a ukulele expert, but arent this things like, non electronic? How did you get the sounds into renoise
i just recorded my own samples. it’s super fun! i think i only ended up keeping two different strum patterns.
Very cool! Ukulele revolution!
Terminal: Some ukulele’s have pickups. I own this little guy: http://www.sagamusic.com/catalog/details.asp?ProductID=ULP-30ECH&Page=2&view=&keyword=&CategoryID=2&FamilyID=4&BrandID=22
lapubell, I really like the track. The only thing I miss as a uke fan is a bit more natural strumming. Anyway, I look forward to more. Nice work!
Nice rich ambience…
yeah i plan on doing some more strumming on this album. this was kind of a project to actually finish something in renoise. I’ve been messing around with the software for a while, but I really, really love 2.5.
I added a pickup to my uke, and you can read about that here: http://www.lapubell.com/73
I used my Blue Yeti mic to record these samples though.
Thanks for all the kind words everyone!
Nice, definitely experienced that spacey listening effect.
What were you using for making tunes before renoise just out of curiosity?
o.O your voice is non electronic too…
I started years ago with Fruity Loops, then I switched to running Linux and had a long time there where I was trying out a bunch of native software. I used Rosegarden, SEQ24, LMMS, and dabbled a bit with energyXT. I tried to get into ableton live, but didn’t really like the interface. To be fair, ableton was the only thing keeping me dual booting with windows for quite some time. I used cheese tracker too when I was just learning about tracker software, but renoise has got to be the best native music making software that runs on Linux.