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Hi HiEnergy! I to will look over those videos too!

I see owning a copy of Synfire Pro as a package of music generating programs that dynamically expands the MIDI part of any DAW in ways I don't believe many have just yet seen.

I can see this software being used for types of music that are Rockish in nature. I remember a time, late 60s, 70s, that long passages in songs were performed. Like "Pink Floyd" - Meddle, Animals, Wish You Were Here - The Band "YES", "KANSAS", and the like. I see SynFire Pro doing these long passages intermixed with vocals in a more powerful futuristic way.

So doing tutorial videos are in my future, yet the music that I'm going to use it for may never have been heard just yet.

Pushing the limits of this software is what I plan on doing, I've read the manual completely. Within an outline that I'm now creating to solidify my own knowledge of this software, I may just come up with a way to use Synfire Pro not yet thought possible, hopefully.

Keep the videos coming @HiEnergy, I'll be watching in the meantime!

 

William R. Pelfrey - Professional Engineer

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That's one of the reason there can never be too many videos or tutorials for synfire. There are so many ways to use it to produce music, it is part of its power. I never tire of watching any tutorials as I often pick up ideas I can incorporate into my workflow. On top of that I still have a long way to go learning music theory and many of the videos help with that too. Thanks to everyone that helps out.

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That's my weakness too, music theory. I'm an old MIDI editor. I'm learning quickly, it's the terminology mostly for me and how it applies to the intricacies of SynFire Pro. I think part of my tutorials will be defining terms and how they appear to be used / applied in the software. This is an extreme piece of software with one tall mountain to climb to understand. What I've learned so far is there are deep connections within connections.

This software seems to account for every articulation, changes, humanizing you could think of that could effect the final produced MIDI.

 

William R. Pelfrey - Professional Engineer

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I've done a new YouTube video about using Morphing in Synfire Pro.

In the example I'm morphing from an arpeggio line to some block chords using a nested container.

The shown workflow is not available in Synfire Express.

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My latest Synfire workflow screencast video shows me composing a short tune for brass quartet from scratch in less than half an hour.

Only Harmony, Figure and Interpretation are used. The three Figure segment types in use (Horizontal, Vertical, Bass) are briefly explained in the subtitle.

Have fun watching this video!

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i do have a interesting video about countermelody construction ..if you are interested give your e-mail adress..i send it to you

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What about posting a link to it here in the forum se we all can enjoy that video? :)

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It is not a video made by me ..where can i post this video on internet ?

https://vimeo.com/271123933

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