Adam Fielding's Livestream Thread (next stream-date in first post)

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adfielding
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Post 22 Feb 2016

Hey all, figured I'd consolidate all my live-stream shenanigans in one place rather than spamming the hell out of the place/setting up a thread every time I do another stream. As such, I'll edit and update this post accordingly!

My next stream will be on...
Thursday June 4th, 7pm UK time/BST (UTC+1)

(by my reckoning, that translates to 8pm CEST for my European chums (UTC+2) & 2pm EDT (UTC-4) for my American pals)

You can tune in here: http://twitch.tv/adfielding

Also, you can check out my archived music-making live-streams over on Youtube.

All of the live-stream project files & rendered MP3s are available here.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8ngvvneo5431 ... 22H4a?dl=0

Feel free to ask any questions or drop any comments here :)
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Post 22 Feb 2016

Nice. Really enjoyed your last/first one. Inspiring and i think I will try Blocks again after watching you use them effectively
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Post 22 Feb 2016

cool you'll be streaming back so soon, Adam !!

i find myself using the Alligator's AmpEnv A LOT since your previous stream (it's as if i never noticed those 3 rotaries down left) !! :D


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Post 22 Feb 2016

Cool beans. Looking forward.
   

Baylo
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Post 22 Feb 2016

Well... after lurking here since the creation of Reasontalk, I just watched the recording of your last livestream and I feel compelled to make my first post to thank you. I thought I'd watch 10 minutes or so, but found myself sitting through the full two hours. Some great insights into workflow and techniques. Awesome. Looking forward to the next one.

Cheers,

Mark

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Post 23 Feb 2016

Good stuff Adam Fielding
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Post 23 Feb 2016

I enjoy your output Mr Fielding, and this is probably a daft question (as they are live) but is there anyway to watch your previous live streams?
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Post 23 Feb 2016

You Can watch on youtube as I did
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Post 24 Feb 2016

TheFesta wrote:I enjoy your output Mr Fielding, and this is probably a daft question (as they are live) but is there anyway to watch your previous live streams?
Yep, as dan_g pointed out - I'll be archiving this on Youtube afterwards. I'll set up a proper Youtube playlist once I archive this one and pop a link in the first post. Until then, here's a link to my Youtube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/user/adfielding

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Post 24 Feb 2016

I'm a huge fan of your patches Adam so a little patch creation would be interesting to see during the session. Loved the other video by the way, fascinating to see how others compose :)
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Post 24 Feb 2016

zeebot wrote:I'm a huge fan of your patches Adam so a little patch creation would be interesting to see during the session. Loved the other video by the way, fascinating to see how others compose :)
Thanks! I'm planning for my next session to be sound design related - not entirely sure what that'll entail yet, tbh, though it'd be good to have a bit of a mixture of patch creation and audio manipulation in there :)

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Post 24 Feb 2016

Sadly I missed last week but hope to catch some of the show tonight!

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Post 24 Feb 2016

i`m looking forward to tonight's session .

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Post 24 Feb 2016

One hour to go, right?

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Post 24 Feb 2016

That was very good. You of all people don't use Shape? I thought they made it for you.

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Post 24 Feb 2016

Thanks to everyone who checked out tonight's session! I've just uploaded it to Youtube here:



Might take a little while for higher quality versions to pop up, but it's in Youtube's hands now.
jfrichards wrote:That was very good. You of all people don't use Shape? I thought they made it for you.
I'm out of the loop, haha! Yeah, looks pretty good! Will try it soon :)

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Post 29 Feb 2016

Just a quickie - I'm not streaming this week, but I'll be back again next week. Still figuring out what exactly I'll be doing :)

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Post 01 Mar 2016

Really enjoyed the last! Tried to watch it live but had streaming issues. Look forward to the next one :puf_smile:
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Post 01 Mar 2016

Watched the streams on catch up (they are available from your twitch channel as well as youtube, twitch saves your broadcasts).
Good work, nice to see how others use Reason. Well done with your trailer soundtrack (dem sub drops......), bet that'll make your chest rattle in the cinema. ;)

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Post 01 Mar 2016

thanks Adam for doing this! Enjoyed your streams and found it very interesting to see your workflow in action. Looking forward to the next session!
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Post 01 Mar 2016

I don't wanna be a stick in the mud, but isn't Twitch supposted to be gaming-related? Or has this changed all of a sudden? Youtube handles livestreams as well.

Also I assume Ustream is dead?

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Post 02 Mar 2016

Thanks all! Glad you're enjoying my waffling on about stuff
Skullture wrote:I don't wanna be a stick in the mud, but isn't Twitch supposted to be gaming-related? Or has this changed all of a sudden? Youtube handles livestreams as well.
Yeah, that was my thinking originally as well - but they have a dedicated creative section now, and there are quite a few people over there streaming visual art/music/various other creative processes. Generally I prefer how Twitch handles live-streams (and, as mentioned above, it archives videos for a week or two after streaming), but I prefer the permanence of Youtube for archiving so I figured this was the best option :)

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Post 02 Mar 2016

Good job on the vids Adam - interesting watching how you put things together - oh, and I drank tea while I watched ;)

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Post 03 Mar 2016

cjb123 wrote:Good job on the vids Adam - interesting watching how you put things together - oh, and I drank tea while I watched ;)
Haha, good stuff! I'm celebrating my birthday this weekend, so I imagine there will be "tea" consumption a-plenty ;)

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Post 05 Mar 2016

Great job, inspired me to get a webcam [c920].

Anyway, if i'm allowed to have an opinion, I found the 1st stream very intriguing. Watching 'nothing' become something is appealing/instructional. Contrarily, being presented with a screen of devices and then trying to walk through the madness is harder to digest.

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