50 tracks in one day challenge ...

Great fun, great prizes! Good luck!
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avasopht
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Post 23 Mar 2020

I just came across this video (Making 50 games in 1 Day!), and think it would be a brilliant challenge for the daring Reasonista!

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Post 23 Mar 2020

when i was a lad,,,,,,,,,
currently akai touch mpc. reasonsuite11, android kaosilater .behringer ddm4000 dj mixer
hear scince reason 2.5

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Post 23 Mar 2020

demt wrote:
23 Mar 2020
when i was a lad,,,,,,,,,
:exclamation: :exclamation: :exclamation: :puf_wink:

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Post 24 Mar 2020

Imma sit here an watch
you go right ahead
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avasopht
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Post 24 Mar 2020

motuscott wrote:
24 Mar 2020
Imma sit here an watch
you go right ahead
Haha, ... well we had that 5 minute competition from Propellerhead a few years back so apart from the ear fatigue I think this is more than doable - especially if reuse is allowed.

I might try 2-4 hours at 10 minutes per track. It could work out to be a useful creative process.
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Post 25 Mar 2020

Build a working template and some procedural setups to go with it, and then it doesn't really matter what the x value is, you can make 20,000 tunes in one day if it floats your boat.

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Post 25 Mar 2020

avasopht wrote:
24 Mar 2020
I might try 2-4 hours at 10 minutes per track. It could work out to be a useful creative process.
This is a cool idea :)

If it's purely for music making, not the whole production process etc, but just to get the music itself down quickly. An extension of this which might go well is to do "10 mins on, 5 mins off", and use the 5 mins to listen to something else, or maybe watch some tv, thereby resetting the clock as it were.

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Post 25 Mar 2020

Enlightenspeed wrote:
25 Mar 2020

This is a cool idea :)

If it's purely for music making, not the whole production process etc, but just to get the music itself down quickly. An extension of this which might go well is to do "10 mins on, 5 mins off", and use the 5 mins to listen to something else, or maybe watch some tv, thereby resetting the clock as it were.
And giving your ears some rest ;)

On a somewhat related note, the Korg Collection Demo has full featured demo with a 20 minute time limit with each load (and no saving). Think I might try it out at the same time.
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