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@neverquitjeff
Joined San Francisco

NeverQuitJeff

Grammy-nominated recording artist and longtime FAWM.org and 50/90 attemptant.

“These three categories, not being like everybody else, not being normal and being sick are in fact very different but have been reduced to the same thing.”
—Michel Foucault

Songs:

[avatar] B4 Cell Phones by @neverquitjeff #rock 1
[avatar] Bassment by @neverquitjeff #electronic 1
[avatar] You Got It by @neverquitjeff #iloveshortsongs 1
[avatar] Alt Right Ctrl Delete by @neverquitjeff #pedalchallenge 1

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Hi there I see that you follow me on the 'Tape 4 acoustic lo-fi' in the Digital 4 track challenge. Here is a link to a folder with the output files of my first track (in both WAV and 192 bit kbps) https://www.dropbox.com/sh/z2cu9d7f9o1c1wc/AAA_sm1jgeM_8hxMJC-A7oN-a?dl=0 The track is in the key of C with music in the recording starting on the fifth bar (per game instructions) and uses a repeating chord progression of 'C Am Em G'. Tempo is 100 bpm and I did my best to play something on every click yet leave space for other contributions. Side note I used Garageband with the default Audio output so its about as lo-fi as can be.

I saw your question about WAV format output. As this is a #acoustic_lo_fi 4-track, the higher quality of WAV is less important to me as the 'producer'.

So feel free to send me (either by email or soundboard link) whatever output you have for track 2 and if I need a different format then I will let you know. I'm looking forward to see what you do with it. Let me know if you have questions or need more information.

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The strategy I always use for changing volume on a set of tracks - shift-click a range in Arrangement View and then tweak the volume bar on one of them. I believe it's the same on PC and Mac.