What kind of sound packs would you like to see in the future?


#541

Yeah, only thing though… Cubasis, Auria, Gadget (maybe), even good old Nanostudio 1 all definitely record more than 10 seconds. Hell even GarageBand does too.

I’d be curious if it’s a legit technical limitation, or if there is some other reasoning behind it. I’m sure there must be SOME reason, I initially thought it was to keep project file size down (which would make sense) but since they aren’t included with projects at all I don’t know what the purpose is really :man_shrugging:


#542

I’m not exactly sure how Auxy works under the hood, but my thinking was if they’re using multi-samples for melodic instruments it could become a problem on older devices.


#543

A lot more vocal chops would be noice


#544

This is true - if it’s like a rompler then yeah, you start loading up those instrument channels and you’re gonna suck up the RAM pretty fast.

I suspect Gadget is mostly synthesis, I know Nanostudio was nearly all synthesis minus whatever drum samples/loops you wanted to use.

No idea about GB lol…

And then Cubasis/Auria are iPad only, haven’t been keeping up on them but I’m pretty sure they only support the newer kit which is at a minimum 2gb RAM.


#545

I know there wasn’t a limit in earlier beta versions, so I’m guessing it wasn’t originally planned, but that they encountered a technical reason to limit it (though I think 10 seconds is prohibitively low).


#546

I want more lofi-oriented sounds and maybe a sound pack by Harris Cole or Oshi or someone like them, also a piano roll for imported samples and drum samples in case you wanna make a percussion into a lead.


#547

Yeah guys if ya listen to my new track, you guys can hear rain and thunder sounds I imported. It is really easy to make the effects with imported sounds


#548

Strings of any kind. Not just Hour tweaked, or Silk etc. but some serious ensemble sound. Doesn’t have to be too legit, or too fancy, but some string/orchestra sounds would be amazing.


#549

if ever I want strings I have to use my computers at school. they got a really old Cubase so I just import the semi finished track and then overlay the strings. its a pain but do-able. but yeah a massive strings library would be wonderful


#550

But. GarageBand strings are serviceable and you can export direct from there into Auxy. Wouldn’t that be shedloads easier?


#551

Perhaps it’s just me, but using GB on my phone, feels like having a toothache. I try every so often to warm up to it, but…I just can’t.


#552

oh right, well I don’t have garage band on my phone but I got my computer fixed over the weekend so I should be able to import there. I didn’t even know there were strings in garage band!

literally just been using one drive on my phone to get my projects n stuff across


#553

Oh man, yeah there’s quite a bit of content in there. It’s worth giving it a look…


#554

Yeah, if I wasn’t using Auxy I’d probably just be using that. It’s hardly my favorite, but it’s come a long long way plus working with audio is not a total nightmare, samples are packed into project files, you can load up audio units. My biggest beef is lack of a real synth. And the drums are kinda lacking. There’s isn’t a proper drum unit either where you could load your own samples.

But AU’s make up for those shortcomings I guess


#555

awesome ill check it out!


#556

Just had a kinda weird and unrealistic idea…

I’d totally be into a Porter Robinson sound pack.


#557

Brass, just brass. It would add so much


#559

Andrew Huang please!!


#560

Tokyo machine sounds!


#561

Yes. Yesyesyesyes