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19th July, 2009 at 19:05:02 -


Originally Posted by Chrisbo
Rob, thanks for that mention of SFXR, what a cool program!



why rob? like 4 people mentioned it before him.

 
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19th July, 2009 at 19:46:46 -


Originally Posted by cEcil = MC^2

Originally Posted by Chrisbo
Rob, thanks for that mention of SFXR, what a cool program!



why rob? like 4 people mentioned it before him.



I was gonna say... I did mention it a while ago in another thread, but it must have come up before then.

 
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19th July, 2009 at 22:16:09 -

PaintShop Pro 8 for graphics.
Notepad for writing complicated expressions, taking notes from wikipedia, planning etc
I have zero musical talent, so I don't even try.

When I'm on the computer, I normally listen to "The Beat 94.5" (www.thebeat.com/listen) - "The Kid Carson Show" and "5 O'Clock" Traffic Jam" are great

 
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21st July, 2009 at 00:51:47 -


Originally Posted by cEcil = MC^2

Originally Posted by Chrisbo
Rob, thanks for that mention of SFXR, what a cool program!



why rob? like 4 people mentioned it before him.



Because I didn't read everybody's answers in depth, and I happened to see rob menion it...don't get your panties in a bunch over it.

 
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21st July, 2009 at 01:27:58 -

I use anything free that turns out to be decent and not too large of a file size.
But here's the stuff that I always use.

Graphics: GraphicsGale and TGF Pro's editor
Programming: TGF Pro to code and MMF2 Demo when fixing others code (Construct sometimes just to fool around with)
Sound Effects: SFXR (I haven't worked much at this)
Music: SFXR or Public Domain (I haven't worked much at this either)
Brainstorming and Story writing: text files and/or my trusty stack of notebooks or just anything typed or written in


 
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21st July, 2009 at 02:37:21 -

MMF2, Audacity, and my brain.

 
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21st July, 2009 at 02:42:43 -

Let's see the programs I use are:

Coding: MMF2
Graphics: MMF2, Photoshop CS3
Sound: GoldWave, Blaze Media Pro
Personal entertainment: WinAmp

 
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21st July, 2009 at 04:22:55 -

Well, that's the bare minimum that I strive for at any rate. Photoshop, Fireworks, Flash, Illustrator, paint, Graphics Gale and any satisfactory free program for graphics. Usually only paint.

Music: MMF2 CD Libraries, Audacity, making my own with a guitar, and ripping/asking someone else.
Game Trailers: CamStudio.

And of course:
Multimedia Fusion 2 by Clickteam

 
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21st July, 2009 at 10:45:32 -

For graphics, I try to get away with just using the picture editor in MMF. Since it's MMF 1.5 though, it's risky because it always crashes on me when I spend too much time in the picture editor. ;; When I need help with extra special graphics, I use Photoshop 7.0.

Audacity is perfect for my sound-mixing needs, and when I compose music, I use Noteworthy Composer 2. Depending on the game, I might deck out my songs with XG instruments, record it in Audacity, and then save it as an MP3.

 

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21st July, 2009 at 23:14:47 -


Originally Posted by Strife
For graphics, I try to get away with just using the picture editor in MMF. Since it's MMF 1.5 though, it's risky because it always crashes on me when I spend too much time in the picture editor. ;; When I need help with extra special graphics, I use Photoshop 7.0.

Audacity is perfect for my sound-mixing needs, and when I compose music, I use Noteworthy Composer 2. Depending on the game, I might deck out my songs with XG instruments, record it in Audacity, and then save it as an MP3.



Ahh I used to use Noteworthy. Very good program. Unfortunately I was crap at composing music most of the time I really need to spend some time with tracking software or something like Fruity Loops or something.

 
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