gwok wrote:No offense, but regarding the polyrhythms tutorial. There is actually a good case for what is being called polyrhythms in that tutorial actually being polymeters.
Although the term polyrhythm is often used to refer to various layerings of timing structures, there is a strong case for the term polyrhythm to be in reference to layering multiple subdivisions, where as this video is actually layering different groupings of the same subdivisions.
So a 5 over 4 polyrhythm usually refers to dividing a time value (ie 1/2 note) and dividing it equally into a quintuplet and "quadruplet" and playing them at the same time (or in series in some views), which is much different then taking groups of 5 and 4 8ths notes and playing them over top of each other and allowing them to "phase" over time.
I only mention this because most audio software I find has somehow left behind timing subdivisions other than 3 and 4, which is a real shame imo.
kevvvvv wrote:I desperately need a workflow tutorial for Geist 2.
I've watched all the fxpansion tutorials but they're in the style of "feature expositions" and assume I know the basics, which I don't.
I've scoured youtube, but there's hardly anything there and they're all quite short (the longest is in German which I don't speak)
There's nothing in any of the paid tuition libraries (groove3, ask, adsr, etc), so I feel stuffed, helpless.
I badly need something that shows me how to put together a song from scratch, showing the various options we a go along.
This was promised at the start of this thread in 2016.
It's now 2018.
Come on, fxpansion guys, help me out.
I don't need a fancy video, just someone knowledgeable to walk me through a Song Workflow, who could probably tell me in 20 minutes if we were sat in a cafe
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