|I have tried sometime, the dna groove templates, I can say there really very groovy...cool stuff. |
If you dont' want a 100% quantization feel, and at this point, if you wanna use dna gro...it's good to take a look at the direction <> the notes are moved and the velocity painted curve asigned to each one, in order to have an idea , for example how you can recreate a kind of swing, and then bla bla you get deep with your ideas...then come back and make a one groove for yourself....
I recommend you to try dna groo....
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OT: DNA Groove Templates...?
To: "Loopers_Delight" <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Received: Saturday, 9 October, 2010, 9:01 PM
I was wondering if anyone on this list has ever tried using DNA Groove Templates when quantizing midi notes. http://www.numericalsound.com/dna-groove-templates-notes.html
I do a one-man-band type of thing (i.e. guitar karaoke) and am really looking into getting a good feel for my backing drum tracks. I often play around with MPC 3K quantization or just record the midi notes myself. I am curious though if anyone has ever tried DNA Groove Templates as a way of giving the drum/bass tracks a more realistic feel?
Any notes on your experiences appreciated!!
Have a good day :)