@ProgrezProgrez has officially downloaded ableton live and native instrument trial versions
Watch this space - I am going to see if I can do some mixes I cannot guarantee anything or mashups if I think they are terrible I won't share them here.
Fantastic. Yeah, fun and a little experimenting in a exploratitive way is a good approach. Also. When you do purchase something or if its native instrumens or and ableton live. I would master those two software packages before ever seeking other vsts or plugins. Im not sure which native instruments package your trialing but that itself could be very extensive so many vsts and plugins Will possibly already be in it. Ableton is also huge. My advice is to just work on one or two synths at a time, learn the features and character of the sound. Build a track based on what you’ve worked out what they can do that impresses you then when you a bit competent in it possibly learn another vst in the package. All producers say it. ‘Don’t overwhelm yourself with 1000’s of different vsts. It actually limits you. And guess what, many ( me included) end up buying hundreds and wish we hadn’t as it all ends up confusing and often some rarely used.