Mike Cantwell - TalentEast Productions

Mike Cantwell - TalentEast Productions

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Unique - Soundtracks | Salisbury, Maryland, United States
Total Song Plays: 13,909   
Member Since: 2001
   Last Login: 10/27/2021

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THE BEST SONGS ARE AT THE TOP AND WORK DOWN, SUBJECT TO YOUR FAVORITE GENRES. Mike Cantwell is a songwriter, composer, musician, and does home studio recording. Mike stays on the cutting edge of creativity and current music as well as having created classic songs. His goal is to have (at least) 3 pieces of music used in Film and TV. Mike creates music in Pop, Rock, Country, Soundtracks, Smooth Jazz, and many other genres. He is open to collaborating with others and creating music using TalentEast Productions. Named so for the Talent on the East Coast. Mike Cantwell lives in "the land of pleasant living" on the Delmarva (DELaware, MARyland, VirginiA) Peninsula on the East Coast between the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. For the Website, the Top 10 references are for the "Broadjam" Top 10 charts.

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Yippee! Finally made it into the Top 10 Soundtracks.


Hello Mike,
Thank you for the connection and your kind words. I look forward to listening to your work soon! I'm off to work now; have a great week!

Hey It's JJ! posted over 30 days ago

Hey, I just saw your review of ZPD. Thanks for the props!

The note slide is a simple thing to do, but depending on how your DAW works (assuming you are working strictly "in-the-box"), it might prove obtrusive to figure out. For me, I use FL Studio 20, and I simple layer one midi note above the other on the piano roll. The key, though, is to enable the "slide" function by clicking on the note you desire to slide up/down to. It looks like an isosceles triangle. So the result will be a slide/pitch bend that the channel plays back/records.

You could similarly pitch bend the note by recording that parameter as an automation clip when recording your playback. So if you had a fader, knob, or mod wheel that is linked to the pitch of the note, you could achieve the same effect, and have even more physical control over the expression of the note's playback.

This is just how I would do it any FL Studio, but it should work in theory for any DAW or even DI instrument you are recording.

Mike Cantwell - TalentEast Productions posted over 30 days ago

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