I just finished a new song, it was my first project after switching from Cubase to FL Studio as DAW. As a long-term Cubase user this was quite tough, but I feel (...)
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About importing and refining a library of building blocks that can be used as a construction kit orchestral and hybrid soundtrack music. This ongoing project will be updated incrementally until the library is finished.
Inspired by current A.I. art, I wanted to illustrate this orchestral track with pictures and need some input from you. What comes to my mind is a departure (as the title suggests) (...)
ChatGPT writes texts, programs in several program languages etc. etc. ChatGPT composed! How does ChatGPT output music --- as musicxml. Works well. Copy the musicxml texts from ChatGPT into an xml editor (...)
For orchestral arrangements it is inevitable that overlapping melodic lines (chords, harmony) can be distributed across instruments based on pitch. What is the best way to do this?
I produced this for a Taxi listing. (If you don't know what Taxi is, google "Taxi music".) But I got so wrapped up in it...making changes, being a perfectionist, etc...that I missed (...)
Hi all, After a few months of hard work, I'm happy of publishing the second part of Suite Coloma. As usual, Synfire has been an essential tool for composing and developing the (...)
How To Write Songs - YouTube The channel is of course not specific to Synfire, but there's a ton of information which will be of interest to many Synfire users. They don't (...)
The other day a song with the two Synthesizer-V voices Solaria and Kevin came to my attention, which made me realize how well these voices fit together in a duet. Must do (...)
This week I took delivery of a new (old) synth...a Roland JV-1080. In checking out the included presets, I found one called "Wave Bells" that really appealed to me. So over the (...)
In addition to bug fixes and other improvements, one major improvement will stand out with the coming 2.1. update.
New short 2 min cinematic song made with Synfire hooked up via VST to Synthesiser V. I used the Solaria voice for this one.
Happy new year everyone. Here is my new cinematic made using Synfire and MotionLeap: A shout out to @juergen and @andre for their thread on the Pale Rider.
Please see my latest music cinematic. Grateful for your feedback, as always. I think this might be my best yet. Let me know. EDIT: Updated version
Made using Synfire 2.0 Again using AI generated art, motionized in MotionLeap
Started with stray chords, then used paino phrases on Soft Guitar Kontakt and copied the bass parts to core bass pear kontakt, used Borsta for the drum brushes. Used sonible Eq on (...)
The Coloma family ruled the county of Elda (my hometown) for more than 200 years (16th and 17th centuries). Not only they were a fundamental part of the history of the town (...)
Hi all, final in my trilogy this month. Silver moon shadow was created using Synfire 2 and mastered in Studio One 4. The images are created using the AI in MotionLeap with (...)
Hi all. here's my latest music cinematic. This time, accompanied by custom generated motion art using Lightricks MotionLeap. music style still cinematic but more EDM/synthwave this time.
My latest music video, composed 100% with Synfire. let me know if you like it.
Hello Andre, as I am a fan of your software, I want to help to make it more popular and started creating videos for it on youtube. Will also think about instagram (...)
I have no idea why the rider is pale or where and why she's actually riding, but since this arrangement lends itself so fantastically to Snippets sessions, I updated it and published a remix as one of the new Synfire examples.
I created the bass and synth parts in SFP 2. the drums were made by playing in phrases on my edrums then importing them into Songwish Remidi2. I realized later that the (...)
Chopped a track I made in SFP and assigned parts to drum pads using Sunhouse Sensory Percussion.