I would like to hear your music made with Renoise or other Daws

That’s great. Did you program every single beat by hand?

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yes, except for the break that starts at around 2:26 and ends at around 3:14. Thats where i just fooled around with a break retrigger instead of cutting it up etc.
Thanks for the positive comment.

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Yep it turned out pretty good.

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’t Jazzcombo Begint Een Beetje Nerveus Te Worden

translates as

The Jazz Combo Is Starting To Get A Little Nervous

Chords entered in Band-In-A-Box
Mastering done in Renoise

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Like a jazzy -Western feeling this track has.I thought i was in America chased by indians.

Het Jazzcombo Wou Graag Nog Zo’n Liedje Spelen

translates as

The Jazzcombo Desires To Play Another Song Like That

Now for download on eatme.pro/music :drummer:

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Made this Beatz in Renoise 100% Hope yu like it.:cowboy_hat_face::blush:

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Good job but this kind of music needs a rapper to shine.Why not try yourself?

here’s a few links to some of my shit

enjoy

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Kostas Trikalis is an experient musician from Greece.
In August 2019, he composed 99 song with Renoise tracker.
He distributed the album “Spot IFY TriKhordo The One Left!” through prds aggregrator (https://paradise-distribution.com).
It is a mix from various countries, cultures and musical genres.
Greek bouzouki is the main actor in all composes!

Have a listen here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1qgO6mpPISGOffcCxsA79L?si=uzRm5eRiRK6BsBS4MWgGUA

Kostas says:…These are 99 songs of electronic music that I wrote within a month to overcome the problem of leaving things in the middle … :slight_smile:
It started as an experiment. We had a very detailed conversation with a friend and we talked about inspiration, music production, copyright etc. So he suggested that I start writing a song with organic music that is addressed to the worldwide community … I recommend writing 100 together !!! He found it impossible… So 99 songs were written as a challenge because the album could fit so much. And it was normally called: the one missing! :slight_smile:

Music production is about compositions with the renoise program. Genuine bouzouki recordings, midi accordion recordings, strings, bass, drums and samples of world music (genres) and countries (Japan, China, Balkans, Scandinavia, America, Africa, etc.) were sampled. They used drums from unknown Amazon tribes, speeches from forgotten dialects, Indian sounds of snake-chickens and everything else I found strange (polyphonic Albanian songs, Russian dances). At the forefront is the Greek TriKhordo bouzouki, a custom experimental instrument.
More aimed at dj or musicians who want to reuse material for new creations eg 2 meters loop sampling!..
That was the template method I used:

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Noisepiggy almost blew my ears and my speakers.

thats the point lol

srsly tho, sry :frowning_face:

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Y’all are inspiring - some seriously good songs.

I don’t have much experience with Renoise or making music in general, but this is one of the few songs I’m close to finishing:

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And where’s your music, stoiximan?

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I post my music here in the forum all the time and i have soundcloud

https://forum.renoise.com/c/renoise-songs

https://soundcloud.com/panos-kostagiannis/toptracks

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Here’s one of mine. I don’t know how to make it show like everyone else’s SoundCloud…

Salve Regina

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Cool track…In soundcloud there is a share button under every song.Hit that and copy the link and paste here

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