再卓 (Saitaku) by A-zu-ra published on 2012-07-16T18:40:49Z It first started when I was experimenting with the Padawan plugin from Tweakbench which can be heard resonating throughout the entire song. The project was originally at 140BPM, but once I started experimenting with riffs that would accompany the resulting sound I made with the Padawan, I ended up shifting it to 222BPM, a value seen in two previous related songs, "Tableflip" and "Peopleflip," released on The OHC Collection -the FIRST- and Sevensongs of Springbreak, respectively. Once I got all the potential patterns down, it was just a matter of arranging them into something feasible. For some reason, I also stuck with a 5/4 time signature, a first for me. Needless to say, it was fun making riffs that would fit in such an uncommon time signature. I could say that it's a re-imagining of "Tableflip" as it contains some of the key riffs heard in that song, but I think it could also be a song that stands out in and of itself.