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andre

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13 Jahre 6 Monate
Location
Hamburg, Germany
Occupation
Cognitone

Recent Blog Posts

Taking Back The World

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Now it's time for Pop. I've written this song many years ago with an early version of Synfire, long before it became available to the public. Today Synfire is way more powerful (...)

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The Pale Rider (file attached)

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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.

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Synfire 2.0 Preview

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Although there's still a long way to go, I will begin sharing the first sneak previews into what's going on behind the scenes, starting this weekend. So be sure to check out (...)

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Vorstellung von Synfire

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Benutzer, die Synfire zum ersten Mal benutzen, erwarten oft, dass es wie eine DAW funktioniert. Der Unterschied ist in der Tat auf den ersten Blick schwer zu erkennen, zumindest bis man die (...)

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Über intelligente Generatoren

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Künstliche Intelligenz gibt es schon seit Jahrzehnten, aber erst seit kurzem sind neuronale Netze, insbesondere Deep Learning, wieder ein heißes Thema. Ich möchte dir einen kleinen Einblick in die Sichtweise von Cognitone zu diesem Thema geben und dir zeigen, was wir derzeit in Bezug auf neue intelligente Funktionen für Synfire tun.

Up for remixes: Sprikes

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This is an example song featuring 10 instances of Sprike and no other synth (except a drum preset from Soundcase). So this is a real demo of what you can do with (...)

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Sprike: Feedback and Patches

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Enjoying Sprike already? We'd love to hear some feedback and encourage you to explore it and create some new sounds. We'd love to hear them! I should note that Synfire 1.8 is (...)

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Counterpoint: Prototyping Orchestral Music

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This new video focusses on how Synfire relates to and deals with counterpoint techniques, that are mainly used for orchestral music (although almost every musical genre makes use of it, actually). (...)

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