Thanks for the advice everyone. I looked at another topic
and found a useful 8-bit sound effects program called sfxr. After that I decided I wanted my game to have 8-bit music! So I googled and after a while and found a program called FamiTracker. Took a while to get used to but I ended up making some average (okay, mediocre...) tunes as placeholders for my game! There's just this charm to 8bit music which I love
[quote="shinkan":3hvugwty]you can try Rebirth for begining - gives you an idea how sequencer and drum-machines work
it' very easy soft and fun to use. - i spend many many night's using it few years ago
(until they reallesed Reason)http://www.rebirthmuseum.com/
- heh they givin' it for free now.[/quote:3hvugwty]
Downloaded it and made something, but it'll take me a while to know what I'm actually doing. So many nobs...
[quote="megatronx":3hvugwty]If you never played any instrrument it might be hard to compose something decent. No knowladge is above expirience.[/quote:3hvugwty]
I was thinking of getting a guitar but I'll have to wait until after I finish school. I was never a big fan of music (though I love Michael Jackson) but I've always wanted an instrument.