Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galactica

nathanberrymusic on January 15, 2013 17:53

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Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galactica is an electronic piece I wrote in response to an argument with a friend at church over how hard it is to compose a dubstep song. I claimed I could write and produce a song similar to dubstep in 2 hours, and he challenged me to do just that. As soon as I got home from church I began working on the song, and 2 hours later this was the final product. This song samples John Krasinski and Rainn Wilson from NBC's The Office.

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  • nathanberrymusic
    nathanberrymusic at 0.44 on June 21, 2013 03:11

    This is a rather delayed response (I rarely check my soundcloud), but thanks for your feedback, man! I'm not too experienced with complicated sidechain/bussing stuff. I don't like dubstep anyway, so I'm not very familiar with the production st¥le of dubstep producers. I composed/mixed/produced the whole track in 2 hours (by design), so I didn't worry myself with complex production. It was a fun challenge to take on, though!

  • spazdor
    spazdor at 0.44 on February 27, 2013 02:05

    The drums feel really weak in this track compared to most songs in this style, but with different mixing/bussing/mastering this could sound very dubsteppy. Compress those drums, turn them up, and sidechain everything else against them. Your composition and arrangement is spot-on for this style.

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