Setting up large sound libraries with lots of controllers and articulations is a one-time effort that earns you much convenience and increased productivity down the road.
Here's how this is done:
We released a short introductory video on the concepts and terms Synfire is based on.
We just launched our new community portal for #Synfire users at https://users.cognitone.com with much upgraded tools for connecting, following users and sharing music ideas and workflows. Come visit us!
We made a short introduction video that summarizes what's new with #Synfire 2.0. It's also informative for anyone not yet familiar with Synfire.
The second part of the arrangement tutorial features #Synfire Express. It explains the use of containers and aliases. Of course, Synfire Pro can do all that too (and more). The focus is on #Songwriting again.
Finally a long anticipated video on arranging a song from scratch. It was shot with #Synfire Sparks, but is also helpful for beginners with Express and Pro.
The focus is on #Songwriting, i.e. a linear sequence of verse, chorus and such. Later a part (2) will follow for Express and Pro (also songwriting) that includes the use of container aliases and nested containers.
Use tag #Synfire if you showcase your own music composed and arranged with the tool. This way we can easily find and follow each other.
@Nutronic We make desktop authoring software for composers and producers to create their own music from scratch with the help of A.I.
It always takes some time for a critical mass to emerge before it can foster a change (2 million active users daily as of now), but we are optimistic. After looking around for while, things seem to be so much more welcoming and civilized here.
Welcome to our new Mastodon account. Everyone interested in composing and arranging original music is welcome to follow us. We appreciate any pointers to new A.I. trends and music.