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    RMX compositions...Please???

    Hi guys (and gals)

    Since Eric's Spectrasonics site has Stylus RMX demos..."coming soon"
    I was wondering if some of you kind hearted RMX users would please post some of your compositions using RMX? Even if these are incomplete pieces, I would really like to hear RMX in real world pieces!

    I've watched Eric's demo video and have heard a few things but I'm just not sure this app would suite my music.

    I do mostly acoustic / new age / mellow / world / blah blah blah, type stuff.
    (I hate labels) You can hear my work here... http://www.soundclick.com/bands/4/tobybrezmusic.htm
    In case you're wondering... this is really not a ploy to get you to listen to my music, I'd really like to know if you think Stylus RMX is right for my style of writing?

    Thanks in advance and I hope some of you will share your RMX tunes!

    Toby

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    Re: RMX compositions...Please???

    Sorry. No comps yet, and I was unable to open your files to hear your music but ... You will probably not get much mileage out of the remix drum loops but the acoustic percussion and groove elements will serve you well. You can also always get the Backbeat Xpander ($99) for acoustic drum grooves, which can be altered in RMX to suite just about any situation.

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    Re: RMX compositions...Please???

    I just finished up a mellow piece I've been working on for consideration on a relaxation spa hotel chain compilation CD...It has 3 instances of the softer RMX loops and about 3 or 4 instances of Atmosphere (among other stuff)...I've got an MP3 on hand ready to send in to them...It's about 2.38 MB...I don't mind posting it but I have no idea how...A real FTP idiot ...I'm still waiting for an easy way point and click (and free) way out to post material for the masses

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    Re: RMX compositions...Please???

    Quote Originally Posted by aplanchard
    Sorry. No comps yet, and I was unable to open your files to hear your music but ... You will probably not get much mileage out of the remix drum loops but the acoustic percussion and groove elements will serve you well. You can also always get the Backbeat Xpander ($99) for acoustic drum grooves, which can be altered in RMX to suite just about any situation.

    Thanks for the info Aplanchard.

    Toby
    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/4/tobybrezmusic.htm

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    Re: RMX compositions...Please???

    Quote Originally Posted by Moonmusic
    I just finished up a mellow piece I've been working on for consideration on a relaxation spa hotel chain compilation CD...It has 3 instances of the softer RMX loops and about 3 or 4 instances of Atmosphere (among other stuff)...I've got an MP3 on hand ready to send in to them...It's about 2.38 MB...I don't mind posting it but I have no idea how...A real FTP idiot ...I'm still waiting for an easy way point and click (and free) way out to post material for the masses
    Hey Moonmusic,

    I would really like to hear your piece! Have you considered Soundclick?
    It's free and painless to setup.

    Just go here...
    http://www.soundclick.com/
    and click "New Artist Sign Up" near the bottom of the page.


    Thanks,
    Toby
    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/4/tobybrezmusic.htm

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    Re: RMX compositions...Please???

    I have a demo using RMX, but it isn't mellow!...

    http://www.rickwoodmusic.com/music.html
    Click on the first mp3 link... "Energetic Guitar/Percussion/Orchestral Theme (956 Kb) "

    I have other stuff, but can't post it yet. RMX is very usable in many genres if you do some tweaking... and you can do a LOT of tweaking.
    Chris Rickwood
    www.rickwoodmusic.com

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    Re: RMX compositions...Please???

    I have a smooth jazz / groove kind of tune on SoundClick: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/9/pl...venuemusic.htm
    Select the first tune "Rent Is Due"

    This gives an idea of what you can do easily, but there sure is lot more features that are available. The nice thing about doing this was that it was very quick and easy to get this in place.

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    Re: RMX compositions...Please???

    Quote Originally Posted by cmrick
    I have a demo using RMX, but it isn't mellow!...

    http://www.rickwoodmusic.com/music.html
    Click on the first mp3 link... "Energetic Guitar/Percussion/Orchestral Theme (956 Kb) "

    I have other stuff, but can't post it yet. RMX is very usable in many genres if you do some tweaking... and you can do a LOT of tweaking.
    Hey Chris,

    Thanks for sharing your tune and the information.
    That give me an idea of what it can do.

    Toby

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    Re: RMX compositions...Please???

    Quote Originally Posted by ed_mcg
    I have a smooth jazz / groove kind of tune on SoundClick: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/9/pl...venuemusic.htm
    Select the first tune "Rent Is Due"

    This gives an idea of what you can do easily, but there sure is lot more features that are available. The nice thing about doing this was that it was very quick and easy to get this in place.
    Hey ed_mcg,

    Very nice... now that's what I'm takin' bout!
    You set down a very nice groove without it sounding like a loop.
    I liked the tambourine, bongos and side stick snare.
    That is what I was looking for... somehthing that showed RMX with acoustic instruments. I think it's time to get out the credit card!

    Just curious... are the main steel string chords... samples?
    Nice tune... I enjoyed it.

    Thanks again for sharing,
    Toby

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    Re: RMX compositions...Please???

    I signed up to sound click...Thanks for the link!...Unfortunately it takes up to 24 hours til everything is activated and ready to go....I uploaded the song and should have a link for you tommorrow....Thanks again!

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