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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Demo-MP3 for software sampler "Phonolith" available
   posted by Timo on 12-Feb-2007 19:22:18 (1843 reads)
On the website of "Phonolith" you can download a song (MP3) now, which was created with this software sampler and the sequencer "Horny" on AmigaOS 4.
It's a quite simple techno/trance (?) track, but it can demonstrate the sound quality of "Phonolith".

Visit: www.inutilis.de/phonolith
    

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moood 
Re: Demo-MP3 for software sampler "Phonolith" avai
Posted on 12-Feb-2007 21:36:01
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That song sounds really great!

Keep up the good work!

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Re: Demo-MP3 for software sampler "Phonolith" avai
Posted on 12-Feb-2007 23:46:08
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Man, this program kicks RockBEAT's a$$. :)

EDIT: But maybe we're targetting slightly different types of musicians.

Last edited by jahc on 12-Feb-2007 at 11:47 PM.

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Posted on 13-Feb-2007 0:52:46
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Go Thimo !!! TranceLith kicks jahc Rockbeats a$$ :)

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Posted on 13-Feb-2007 11:16:42
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Awesome music, I like it very much!!!!

Sadly I don't have OS4.0 to try program, only 3.9. (for now)


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Posted on 13-Feb-2007 13:14:04
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@jahc

Hm, a sampler can target all types of musicians. It just depents on the samples you use.
But RockBEAT is easier to use for what it does.

@all

thanks for your compliments!

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wau.. sounds great...


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Cool stuff - I'm gonna download phonolith soon.


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