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TPistilli

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TPistilli last won the day on May 17 2018

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About TPistilli

  • Birthday 06/18/1962

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    https://soundcloud.com/ctonyp

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  • Band / Artist Name
    Cardiac Arrest
  • Musical Influences
    Bob Dylan, Jim Croce (I wish I could play like him), James Taylor, The Cars, Styx....and a bunch of others...lol

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    Serving Jesus Christ! Loving my family! Having a blast creating music!
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    United States of America
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    Male

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  1. I remember Cool Edit Pro! Used it a loooong time ago. It was pretty good at the time.
  2. I started out originally with Acoustica which was a precursor to Mixcraft Pro Studio which I use now. I tried Ableton Live Lite but found it to be too cumbersome for my uses. I find Mixcraft to be a very powerful and inexpensive tool for simple recording musicians. What sold me on purchasing it was the amount of plugins and virtual instruments that came with it for under $200. I've also tried Pro Tools First but it's too limited and I can do as much or more with Mixcraft. If someone's looking for a great value to get your feet wet with, I recommend Mixcraft Pro Studio.
  3. I have a Focusrite 2i2 that has about 10ms latency at my present settings. They just came out with a smaller Clarett version that brings the latency to almost nil. Not bad price either (depending on your budget) about $460. http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/Clarett2Pre?adpos=1o3&creative=93365752201&device=c&matchtype=&network=g&gclid=CNnZi56ylMwCFVFsfgodTzsApw
  4. TPistilli

    video test

    Both worked fine for me as well. Like the tune. LOVE the guitar! tony
  5. Rudy, I can hardly wait for the song you come up with using belligerent and jock....lol
  6. I didn't even know it existed. I will definitely check it out. Thanks
  7. I thought that was funny too..but if I had to string guitars all day, I would go for it.
  8. Good and practical thread. I like the following video from Taylor Guitars:
  9. That sounds absolutely amazing! Not to mention one of my favorite songs too!
  10. Very nice song and performance. Man, I wish I could sing like that! Hope it goes crazy on the internet. Good job! Tony
  11. One of the best set of lessons I ever took was FREE - on coursera.com. Pat Pattison professor at Berklee College of Music does a songwriting class. It takes a bit of work and time, but I learned a whole lot. I need to go back over that material again. https://www.coursera.org/learn/songwriting/ tony
  12. Yes, that's why I got the full package. For the money it was amazing how many instruments and plugins I got. Only cost me around $165 american ./
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