Gösterdiğin ilgi ve önerilerin için çok çok teşekkür ediyorum sevgili Doruk.domokun demiş ki:RAM'i 1 GB'a cikarmak zorunlu degil. 512 MB da yeterli olur. Ikinci hard disk icin daha once dedigim gibi 7200 rpm donus hizi ve 8 MB on hafiza olmasina dikkat et. Bilgisayarla ayni odada kayit yapacaksan (ki muhtemelen oyle olacak) hard disk gurultusu de mikrofona ulasabilir, o yuzden sessiz bir hard disk secmekte fayda var. Yine de marka sordugun icin Seagate veya Western Digital'i onerebilirim. Bende Western Digital "Caviar" serisinden bir tane var, cok memnunum.
Kulaklik icin AKG K 240'lari tavsiye ederim (her zaman).
Tavsiyeniz için teşekkür ederim Sayın ZEOS.ZEOS demiş ki:paran varsa genelec öneririm yoksa m-audio veya alesis gibi markaları öneririm.bende almak stiyorum şu sıralar m-audio bx5 ile bx8 arasında kaldım..
Sevgili Davulzade.davulzade demiş ki:Burak abinin bu sözlerinden Kazma nın davul loop larıyla ilgilendiğini tahmin ettimplaymaker demiş ki:artan parayla istedigin guzel davul looplarini da alabilirsin.
Ben akustik davul looplarıy hakkında biraz tecrübe kazandım.Eğer özellikle akustik loop almayı düşünürsen ben sana www.bigfishaudio.com kuruluşunun NYC drum sessions cd sini öneririm.Aldığım cd lerden bence en iyisi.Özellikle tarzlara göre kategorize edilmiş olması çok güzel.Mesela Texas shuffle ritmi klasöründe 30 tane falan aynı ritmin varyasyonları var.Yani ritmi biraz faklılaştırmak isteyince zorlanmıyorsun.
Bigfishaudio benim edindiğim 4 farklı loop cd sinden en yeterlisi bence
Not;Ayrıca paramount studios da kaydedilmiş.Diğerlerine göre daha pro
Mahcem demiş ki:
From: Mahcem K Ozturk
To: Eddie Bazil
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 6:40 PM
Subject: Licence-Free matters
Hi Eddie, how are you getting on mate?
As you might know, I have been running a Turkish Music Tech forum that I started up almost a year ago, called MuzikTek, http://www.turkrock.com/forum4.html or simply http://www.muziktek.net , and some people were asking for Drum Loops and single shots libraries so I recommended them your stuff saying I was using them myself too.
Because of the language barriers obviously some of the chaps there were asking the legal boundaries of this "licence-free" scheme. Is there a kind of conditions of use page that I can refer them to or may be translate and put on the forum/website? They say the prices are very reasonable and they like to order some but they would like to know more about this royalty-free business. Although I know what it is myself, I wanted to use your official explanation rather than ranting on your behalf so if you could explain this to me that would be very much appreciated.
The link to the page your name is mentioned is http://www.turkrock.com/ftopic4421-0.html Feel free to drop in and post messages, most of the people know English more or less but for a better understanding I'll translate your words in the same message for you.
Hope you are doing fine there, look after yourself mate.
Samplecraze'den Eddie Bazil demiş ki:
----- Original Message -----
From: Eddie Bazil
To: Mahcem K Ozturk
Sent: Friday, April 16, 2004 8:37 AM
Subject: RE: Licence-Free matters
Hi Mahcem, great forum and many thnx for your kindness with the link and recommendation.
Re the term 'Licence Free': basically the purchaser can use the samples/loops in any music technology recordings in the public domain without having to pay any further fees or royalties. We also do not require the purchaser to seek permission from us to use our samples only to notify us so we can track the success of the content being used, however, we do insist on creditation as this is our method of marketing. The only restriction is, as always, that the samples cannot then be resold in any format other that part of a compostition or production.
So in basic English, once you have bought the samples you can use the samples in any songs or musical productions for commercial release without having to pay for the use of the samples again. Once you have bought the samples, that is the fee that releases the restricions on the Licence. BUT you cannot resell or repackage and resell the samples in any format or part of a package that consitutes a sample library or CD etc... So, use any of the loops in your songs and release the songs without having to pay us again or even seek our permission, but you must credit Samplecraze as the provider of the loops/samples.
Most sample cd distributors require permission to be sought and additional fees to be paid to the writer or publisher, so , in effect, you end up paying for the content over and over again. There is more than one reason for this and although distributors will give you the bull that it is to protect the writers territory, it is infact because the distributor gives such a small cut to the writer that the writer is forced to try to recoup some of the revenue through licencing fees and royalty recoups.
Example: Zero G are notorious for giving out the smallest licence revenue deals for writers, usually less than 8%. Big Fish give 15% nett of costs. So you can imagine why the writers are always well pissed off with these deals and insist on further fees if their material is used in a commercial release.
I hope this helps to clarify the matters a little more.
All the best