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    Goes without saying that Freesounders who got access to running UFXLoops now have a very nice collab tool.

    I want to believe.
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    Thank you all for trying and getting these great compositions out of it!
    And for the valuable feedback, this helps a lot.

    @luckylitteraven, who also made these wonderful instruments and uploaded them: the Teardrop instrument already has been downloaded 52 times, and you see your coins balance increasing and your sounds spread over the world with the proper attribution. Thank you for sharing your work smile

    We stay in contact of course. Please don't hesitate to contact me in case of any questions you might have.

    https://www.ufxloops.com - Create. Play. Share. Music.
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    The dare is now closed.

    There are not enough participants to start a vote.
    owever, using my undisputable powers as the Dare Master, I declare gis_sweden as the undisputable winner on all categories: number of tracks, variety and quality.

    Well done!

    (the dare is closed, but the discussion is not. Feel free to continue any discussion, comments, ideas, etc on this thread)

    I want to believe.
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    O Dare Master,

    I’m honored. Or was it a WO?
    No not WO, but there was a too few participants.

    I have to brag a little… I managed to get uFXloops in to a technical/trend blog run by the third biggest newspaper in Sweden (http://blogg.gp.se/teknik/2014/11/12/koppla-gitarren-till-androiden/).
    I will mention the app in SP-Forums.com to.

    I only made one instrument… Fun, but time consuming. The process is like when you work on an old hardware sampler (I’m thinking of Roland W-30).

    See you in the next dare.

    New to this! It' true...
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    Well, funny you should mention it. I also thought the whole experience felt like working with outboard gear - the preparing of samples, importing/exporting, etc.

    So far I have avoided building multi-sampled instruments within my DAWs or VST-samplers. I thought the process would be time consuming and tedious. Which it might be, but there are benefits...
    So, hopefully working with UFXLoops will now give me that needed push and I will build a few multi-sampled instruments. Once I have done it there, I am sure I will be doing it also in other DAWs and samplers.
    The whole process has been very educational for me.

    I have a list of things that I want to try in UFXLoops. So there is still a lot more to learn and to explore.

    At the end of the day, having different tools in music is like having different tools in painting. You can paint the same landscape using oil, water-colour or pencils... But the results will be somewhat different. The point being that the different tools make you work in different ways and produce different results. - So it is good to have a selection of tools.

    Another great thing about UFXLoops is that all constructs are modular and easy to share and recycle.
    Instruments and patterns, once built are there to be called again for another project or to be shared with others.

    Actually... calling back previous instruments or patterns would be useful if you are trying to build a signature sound across multiple projects (hint, hint,...)

    I want to believe.