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@keith303: Thanks man! The autopan-effect is d16 Fazortan, a stereo phaser :) You can do all sorts of cool psychoacoustic tricks with it. Jimi Hendrix would've loved it.
@Punqtured: Haha, glad you noticed, no one did at the party :( :D
@Argasek: Well, I think you know how I think of that sort of things.. ;)
Dat bassline :) Really good stuff.
Oh snap! This is so dope :D
@Super_Noise: I refuse to gimp my mixes just for the sake of winning compos :)
@Argasek: Good to hear, cheers and congrats for the trophy :)
If one does not go completely overboard with bass in the mixdown and has good transients (lots of attack) in the percussion department, it'll translate quite well to less than optimal sound systems. I unfortunately didn't hear the track with the PA (didn't make it to the party in time for the music compos) but judging by the other stuff being played there it sounded decent to my ear.
@horus-dorleans: Of course I know Renoise, it's quite popular with old tracker musicians. One of which I am not; I grew up using the modern DAW environments so I'm not really the target audience for Renoise. :) But I hear that it's really, really good.
@horus-dorleans: Milkytracker. I think I did something to the track in Modplug too, but 99% of it was Milkytracker.
It's mostly nameless one-shot samples that I've processed heavily (Distortion (d16), compression (blockfish), 12-bit sampler emulation (d16)). The snare is from Vengeance club sounds III, but I've removed the tail with an envelope to make it tighter and layered it with something else. The crazy percussion comes from hardware, Korg Electribe EMX-1, also distorted to add some grit. Does that satisfy your curiosity? :]
@Agenth: Kiitti! FL Studio, läjä plugareita ja rautaa.
@Dwayne & Kale: Kaikki biisit löytyy mun kotskabortaalista @ www.glxblt.com Suora linkki tähän biisiin: http://www.glxblt.com/audio/glxblt/infader_and_glxblt_-_blight.mp3
I gave this one a full score both in the preselection and the actual compo, so I blame the ignorant audience for your 9th place. :) My absolute fav from the compo.
@Byproduct: Hehe, thanks. I'm quite satisfied myself. Though the intro is really just a placeholder that I left in due to running out of time. Check out the .XM, it's just a single sample loop :D I blushed SO hard when I found out that they would show the tracker screen at Revision during the compo.. The audience knew that it was my first tracker tune ever and laughed out loud when they saw how simple the intro was. The next part shut 'em up though. Naturally, I played it out as a joke. ;)
My only real regret is that I should've made it a 4-channel Amiga tune.. But I insisted on making it sound "modern" with the stereo bassline and all that. It only uses 10 channels or so and could've been easily squeezed into 4 channels with some thought.
All in all, a really fun and a really frustrating project. I kinda promised to myself to never do it again but you never know.. That 4-channel thing intrigues me.
Researchlabs substancepack eh? Oh well
Oops left the 20 second silence in which was required for the original soundtrack. Can't be arsed to reupload so deal with it.
@user3825343: I kinda have to agree with you. I think the thing is that there is no distinctive 'hooks' in this song except for the reggae singing sample and the bass stab associated with it. Oh well, I made this track in one night, didn't have time to polish it :)
@dn3s: :D Glad you like it.
@keith303: Thanks, that means a lot coming from you! Hate to burst your bubble though - I don't know basically anything about mastering. Okay, I DC filter musically useless sub bass frequencies (<15-20Hz) off, compress lightly, use a very good harmonic exciter very sparingly and finally squash everything pretty hard against a limiter, but that's it. What I think has more to do with my sound is that I just try to keep my tune sounding "final" throughout the composing process. From the absolute first notes & drum sounds to the final structuring and polish. It's all in the mix. :) Mixing is a subject I could rant about for hours. Such mastering wizardry doesn't even exist that can fix a crap mix.
@Gargaj: :D I had to finish this thing in one night and I was missing a b-part so... vengeance clubsounds vol. whatever it is!
Good show! Got goosebumps from the gits sample :)
no release? http://gomademascar.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/1520931-take_my_money_super.jpg
oooooohh I can't handle thiiiis
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This manages to capture something of drum & bass that I think has been lost a while ago.
@Infader: No way, it was your idea originally to even add that sweep!
This is what it's all about, right here. That sound MELTS FACES.
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