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Riffworks

Postby Scrapperz » Wed Oct 24, 2018 12:42 am

I started trying to learn how to use Riffworks probably 8 years ago and after using on and off all these years have finally become a little more comfortable with it, lol. I'm stubborn and never gave up. Anyways I'm pretty sure the biggest secret to using it id getting to understand the "No Equal" EQ.

Everything seems to need EQing so it sounds decent but I suppose that's true with any DAW software.

Carry on..... :D

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Re: Riffworks

Postby IAmTheWalrus » Wed Oct 24, 2018 2:56 pm

I was using a trial version of something called "Riffstation" a couple years ago.

Looked similar.
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Re: Riffworks

Postby Scrapperz » Wed Oct 24, 2018 11:58 pm

IAmTheWalrus wrote:I was using a trial version of something called "Riffstation" a couple years ago.

Looked similar.

Image I downloaded it but haven't really tried it yet.
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Re: Riffworks

Postby Scrapperz » Wed Oct 31, 2018 8:35 pm

Here's an example of how I make a drum set with Riffworks. I made this video yesterday and it may be one of many to follow. I'm not a salesman for the makers, just a "user". LOL This is a non-narrated video and is just the moves and the sound to help a user who may try to navigate this program. BTW I stumbled on the software when I bought Line 6 UX2 in 2008.

Hope it helps some.

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