I don't even want to try to make a soundfont. I plain ol' suck at it. BUT, with all the rock music I am doing and want to do, I was wondering if anyone would like to take a shot at creating a Hard Rock Soundfont...
1.) Overdriven Guitar 2.) Distortion Guitar 3.) Acoustic/Unplugged Electric Guitar 4.) Fretless Bass or Acoustic Bass 5.) Slap Bass 6.) Bass Drum/Tom Rack (4 or 5 Tom types) 7.) Snare and Open/Closed High-hat combo (like in Cat's Real 2.0) 8.) Vocoder (so I can kick Livin' On A Prayer's ass). 9.) Square Wave 10.) Piano 11.) Cymbal Spread 1 (Crashes and Splashes) 12.) Cymbal Spread 2 (China, Cowbell, Reversed, etc) 13.) Harpsichord, actually (it makes a good bass) 14.) Orchestral Hit (just 'cuz) 15.) Percussive/Rock Organ 16.) Male Synth Vox 17.) Choir...? 18.) 19.)
I left the bottom ones blank because I can't think of anything else.
So, would this be too difficult...? If you can't have a full tom rack or all the cymbals plotted on one instrument, then you can use the remaining spaces...
I wanted to make Breed for a while, and I wanted to experiment with the airplane's sound and distort the sound...but I can't find anything in audacity to do that. Some suggestions? Electric keyboard? synthesizers? Grand piano?
cinos12: Ugh... Editing the Video, then the first part lagged at the 3:30 mark. I can't use it because it throws the whole song in to a garbled mess of terribleness... Rerecording it with Bandicam. Will hopefully be up by tomorrow if not tonight!
Aug 31, 2015 15:53:14 GMT -6
cinos12: The first two videos line up perfectly though!
Aug 31, 2015 15:55:37 GMT -6
cinos12: The video is uploaded!
Aug 31, 2015 18:03:18 GMT -6