Topic: Mako - Beam

Hey, so I wanted to create my own Mako - Beam cover, but I need help sampling. Can someone sample this for me then PM me a link to download the samples? Thanks! ~Jaio

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Re: Mako - Beam

Basically collab?

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Re: Mako - Beam

XMcGhostX wrote:

Basically collab?

Basically do the main part of the work.

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XMcGhostX wrote:

Basically collab?

Yeah, basically a collab, because I can't sample

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Just a tip:

Don't ever ask someone to sample for you, and here is why.

Disclaimer: Although this seems like I am taking a jab at you Jairo, I am not. I am trying to help you get out of that little sampling pot hole you fall into when you first buy a launchpad. Please read all the way through smile

Lets say that I sample this project for you. That is all good now, but you will be in the exact same position when you next make a project. You will have to "collab" again and again, and never do any real work or gain any skill. There are tutorials all over the internet. They don't have to be launchpad tutorials, just sampling tutorials. If you type in something along the lines of "bootleg stems" you will more than likely find a few tutorials. You need to learn early on, otherwise it will spiral out of control, and you will never truly own any of your projects - And trust me, there isn't anything better than the feeling of uploading a project that you are really proud of, and you know you made from scratch!

Arguments:

-I will be doing the lights, so I will be doing a lot of work as well. // Not really. The samples are the things that differentiates a cover from a lightshow. No lights, still a cover. No samples, it is a lightshow.

-I am a beginner, I don't know how to do this. // Everybody has been in the same place as you, so don't worry. You don't have to upload a video straight away. For instance, Nev had a launchpad for almost a year and a half before he uploaded - he spent that time practicing. And luckily for you, this forum is going strong now. There weren't nearly as many people on here back when I started, so learning was an even harder than it is now.

-I'm lazy and I cant be bothered to look for sampling tutorials. Duh. // http://forum.launchpad-pro.com/viewtopic.php?id=5210



I hope this helped. You will feel much better about yourself if you make the cover alone, trust me. Good luck, and PM me if you need any more help!

I still make shitty launchpad covers and remakes.

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6 (edited by XIRUS 2016-05-08 23:38:18)

Re: Mako - Beam

Well said Trilogy

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Trilogy wrote:

Just a tip:

Don't ever ask someone to sample for you, and here is why.

Disclaimer: Although this seems like I am taking a jab at you Jairo, I am not. I am trying to help you get out of that little sampling pot hole you fall into when you first buy a launchpad. Please read all the way through smile

Lets say that I sample this project for you. That is all good now, but you will be in the exact same position when you next make a project. You will have to "collab" again and again, and never do any real work or gain any skill. There are tutorials all over the internet. They don't have to be launchpad tutorials, just sampling tutorials. If you type in something along the lines of "bootleg stems" you will more than likely find a few tutorials. You need to learn early on, otherwise it will spiral out of control, and you will never truly own any of your projects - And trust me, there isn't anything better than the feeling of uploading a project that you are really proud of, and you know you made from scratch!

Arguments:

-I will be doing the lights, so I will be doing a lot of work as well. // Not really. The samples are the things that differentiates a cover from a lightshow. No lights, still a cover. No samples, it is a lightshow.

-I am a beginner, I don't know how to do this. // Everybody has been in the same place as you, so don't worry. You don't have to upload a video straight away. For instance, Nev had a launchpad for almost a year and a half before he uploaded - he spent that time practicing. And luckily for you, this forum is going strong now. There weren't nearly as many people on here back when I started, so learning was an even harder than it is now.

-I'm lazy and I cant be bothered to look for sampling tutorials. Duh. // http://forum.launchpad-pro.com/viewtopic.php?id=5210



I hope this helped. You will feel much better about yourself if you make the cover alone, trust me. Good luck, and PM me if you need any more help!

Thanks.. I'll make sure to know smile

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