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Then you double click in the graph next to 'Machineste' and A1 will show. In the top of the machineste there is a group of boxes labeled "Patterns". You can create a whole different beat by clicking the second box. Then when you're done making your new beat, go ahead and double click in 'Machineste. A2 will appear. These are the basic things you will need to know to begin making a name for yourself here. Good luck, bro.
If you want to make your own drums, the Machineste is most useful and simple use. Just find a kick, snare, or hi-hat you like, drag it into one of the rectangles in the left corner of the machine, and - viola! You have some drums to work with. click in the boxes next to the drums you put in to make a beat.
Oh, and if you make something you like, you can right-click on the tools along the workspace and save them.
You can find yours and other Audiotoolers' presets through the "Find Presets" button.
You can also add further effects to your synths by using the little boxes. Each one does something different. The CRUSHER adds a bitcrush sound, such as an old videogame soundtrack, while a different one, such as the REVERB, adds an echo. You can experiment and find out what works for you.
A box will appear. Double click again, and a new music graph will pop up. Double click in some spots, and boxes should form in those spots. These are your notes. After this, press play and it should play a tune!
You can change the settings in the blue Heisenberg box, such as the waveforms and pitch, to find your sound that you like. :)
well if you're serious enough and truly want to make music you will probably want to make your own synths, drum beats and other stuff. The Heisenberg is a great start. It has the ability to make synths and play them throughout your song. Pull it into the workspace and click on the line in the graph next to 'Heisenberg 1'.
Yes, I am having trouble finding good ones.
well what? I'm guessing synths and drums right
need help, dud? :)