New episode of Too Much Not Enough! @deerful and I talk about mobile music production, aka making songs on your phone and other portable computer devices! https://toomuchnotenough.site/episodes/s02e02.html
@darius @deerful Am a little bit low on the ol' time to listen thru to this right now, but the couple of links mentioned in the description are a lil old and talk about android having issues with things like latency etc...is this still the case with current versions of droid? thought id ask since i can't easily get onto ios for cost reasons myself
@deerful @darius while im at it, do you have any good advice for like... attempting to pick up or "get" making music? sorry for how awkward that question is but ive been trying to figure it out for the past 3 or so years and every time i end up hitting a roadblock not too long after loading up an app bc im kind of directionless with it entirely
feels kinda like i get overwhelmed by it even with the simpler stuff like pixitracker, yknow?
@deerful @darius like idk if i need to look into music theory or if i need to watch/read more tutorials and guides or something but every time it just feels like a bit of a lost cause. which is shit because its something i REALLY want to do bc music is probably the most important thing in life to me outside of partners and friends etc
@darius @deerful ive managed to get out two, one is this weird noisy mess that was primarily me dicking about with sine waves in a program called audiomulch and the other is a vague excuse of a vaporwave album that inexplicably has a guy fieri theme to it
im better at creating concepts for albums w/ the art and titles than i am at actually creating them lmao
@darius @pupy @pupy I have not managed to find figures for audio latency on the newest OSes although I think it is meant to be overall better, but the biggest issue is there still isn’t much of a music app ecosystem to speak of because the latency issues were so widespread for so long. there are still a few gems in the play store though. Caustic apparently runs decently even on a kindle fire though I haven’t tested myself.
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