In moral support to @ClaudioPorcellana and others who are wary of sharing their Scaler workflow in a video, here goes my feeble attempt…
I can consider myself an influencer then
WOW, I am envious!
I see a picture-in-picture with your face: I must do the same he he
About your video I have to wait a bit because there are no subtitles now
and I think to understand Google wait some time to add that
You sure are!
And because the Forum software doesn’t accept this brief but profound statement, I will have to sing you a song now tooo… Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Do
No subtitles so far: this is strange because in my tutorial I have Italian to Italian subtitles
that is quite funny BTW
Perhaps it is something I need to setup in YT?
I don’t know: I’ve never selected anything
all default options
I checked and I think you have to set it in YT settings
I tried on my side, but no way
I think you should set subtitles in your account
Awesome. We need more geniuses like Claudio and you. You inspire me, guys.
Be careful to call me genius
This evening I tried to do another videotutorial but after 3 attempts and a couple of hours I came to 3 blind tracks, yuk!
Doing these videos is not easy at all!
Well maybe tomorrow I’ll succeed
Not at all …excellent, and a small insight into Bitwig, about which I know nothing…
I did wonder about the piano seemingly in the background behind you, given your statement about lack of keyboard skills, and then realised it was the piano VST - d’oh
I’m afraid these postings make me very nervous abut posting any of my efforts, which really warrant the word ‘feeble’ …
Yes, me too, and I was very envious about that sparkling grand piano
even if a white Steinway & Sons Model D could have had another impact
Well, at least I can’t be considered an imposter, I said it (more or less) loud & clear that this was Nils Frahm’s piano, sampled into a Kontakt instrument.
Oh boy, the opposite of what I hoped to achieve with this :-o
I looked around, but the only Steinway Model Ds I could find as a virtual instrument were not white, sorry
Nice job @Bernd Great to see you in action, sounds great.