Tutorial is made. Will be uploaded on Sunday.
Post will be edited to embed video.
Let us drink on the giddying brink Of pools of excrement All manner of shit for the glamour and glitz Mephistopheles lent
That shitty one...
Posted by JK-FlipFlop - February 26th, 2017
No no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no no nooooooooo!!!
The audio is fucked up on my PC. I just got the damn thing a few months ago, what the fuck? Right side is playing louder than the left by a wide margin. Multiple pairs of headphones reveal the same thing, while they all work fine on my phone. Kill me right now.
Posted by JK-FlipFlop - February 25th, 2017
I scouted @GoldiePanda, just to find out that this user uses GarageBand loops. Shit. I'm just trying to get more artists on the portal, and I've been hitting that scout button/link on a lot of pages lately. I need to slow down, apparently.
Hey, Goldie, don't be discouraged. I used to midi rip all the time. You'll get it eventually, just keep trying!
Posted by JK-FlipFlop - February 21st, 2017
I'll only reply to helpful reviews. If your review is ass-kissing, hateful or doesn't make sense, I don't bother.
I'm also making preparations to leave Newgrounds before the end of the year. I'm hoping (before I leave) to find the time to put together a few resources for new musicians, plus a pack of midi files of original material I've made. I'll still make music until the point where I leave. A few of you already know why I am leaving.
Posted by JK-FlipFlop - January 10th, 2017
Posted by JK-FlipFlop - October 18th, 2016
I have a formula for the length of your loop based on the tempo and number of measures, where L = the length of the loop in seconds, B = BPM, T = the number of beats per measure (the top number in your time signature) and M = the number of measures your loop spans.
L = M×(60/(B/T)
If you don't understand algebra well enough, I'll explain. Divide your BPM by the number of beats per measure (if you're using 4/4, then it's obviously divide by 4; if it's 3/4, divide by 3). Then do 60 divided by that result. Then multiply by the number of measures. You'll probably end up with a weird decimal number most of the time, so use that zoom feature and use the nearest sample (those little dots you see when you zoom in very close; those are called samples). Once you're done highlighting, use Export Selected Audio and you're good to go!
Example: my song is 120 bpm with a 4/4 time signature. I have 32 measures in my loop. 120 divided by 4 is 30. 60 divided by 30 is 2. 2 times 32 is 64. My loop is 64 seconds (1 minute, 4 seconds) long. In my DAW, I make my loop run 3 times back to back. After mixing it down to a wav file, I would import that file into Audacity and highlight (to the sample) from 1:04 to 2:08 (minus one sample at the end). I use Export Selected Audio in the file menu, and export a perfectly looping mp3 file. Bam.
If you'd like to see a demonstration of this, I made a video doing it myself.