twisted also comes with loop points written in the liner notes of the CD. Which is way cool IMO. I mean its still a pain in the *** to program but its less tedious with these.... well if you aren\'t good at loopingin the first place if you know your way around looping then you just appreciate the liner notes that much more, whether or not you\'ll use them
I have the Breakz and I love it. There\'s a lot of material here, all of which sounds good and has a unique style. Very edgy and hip. My only complaint is I wish they had an Akai or Giga CD-ROM because I\'ve been assembling patches for days now. King, how are the twisted textures?
welcome to the club, I got twisted textures last week - but since you keep on suggesting interesting software to check out I didnt have time to realy dive into it. Luckily I got the giga version and dont have to look for loop points...
I\'m diggin TT. Its really cool. great if you like that Distorted Reality type stuf..whch I love
I REALLy dig Breakz. Its one of the best loop CDs I\'ve ever purchased. Its one of those truely inspiring CDs.
I dont think having the CDRom version of Breakz over the Audio/Wave version is worth it. Especially for me, since I planned to use the loops in Acid, and Rex stuff. Its the only way to work with loops IMO.
now twisted textures. that one is worth buying the Rom version if you aren\'t good with looping and splitting files. I can get through the textures CD in a few hours I\'m sure.
I cant believe how inspiring the breakz are. They are freaking great. Everything has major attitude. I can\'t believe the price either.
I have the BT textures CD Rom. I actually bought the audio CD the minute it came out, but then when they released the ROM version I upgraded. The upgrade was cool!! You get to KEEP your audio CD\'s and get the ROM for half price so it works out CHEAPER than getting the Rom in the first place and you end up with BOTH!!
(Is Donnie listening?! )
Anyway, the Rom is laid out with the headings (moods) then nested within these is the textures, just like the liner notes in the audio booklet. EG When you open up \"Disturbed Frantic Textures\" (clicking on the square) this opens the list of \"Voice of Reason\" \" Fuzzy Falls\" etc.
Loading in just \"voice of reason\" actually loads in all of the \"Disturbed Frantic\". If you open the editor you\'d see in the instrument baknk all the patches relating to that mood. PLUS a disturbed Frantic \"ALL\" patch that contains all the textures from that mood laid out across an ocatave or whatever. (Just like the Roland \"menu\" patches did on the S760).