i dig it :3
you should get another akai controller so you can have one for each hand ;D
LOL. Best idea ever if it wasn't for the fact that I'd rather just buy a cheap K-mart keyboard.
..this is top notch dude, solid hardcore \m/
you should do more like this man
FINE, I WILL! JEEZ!
this is pretty amazing hahaha, really epic!
took me so long to find it, you're pretty prolific
really good fusion man, really forward thinking considering the kind of stuff coming out now. i've been working on a bit more breakcore/hardcore stuff fused with chunky riffs.
those 909 snares that come in like 3 minutes in are sick
the production is hell choice too
it sort of reminds me of this track i uploaded to my soundcloud a while ago. you might dig it man http://soundcloud.com/atomsmasha/suck -shit
That track you linked was several levels of climactic. You, good sir, have a talent in the chaotic.
funky shit dude, nice use of the dmg
bahaha not even mad bro ;D
Good cause I wasn't preparing for an apocalypse or anything ;D
this is really cool man, i love the chord progression that comes in during the second half :)
I actually liked that part too! I was considering making it longer to better take advantage of that cool arp line, but I really did want to try and stay at approx. 3 minutes. I've spent a long time making loooong-winded music, and this style seems to be a chance for me to work on being concise and effective. Constraints are fun!
Thanks for the review, I do appreciate it :) Glad to see you're still active 'round here.
actually sounds really authentic, good work :)
Thanks! Can't say I'll end up doing a whole lot of 8bit, but it's nice to know I'm capable of it should I ever choose to do more in the future.
not bad mate, i'd try and bring the kick up heaps though, give it a bit more energy :)
Thanks! I agree 100% I tried but They were either way too loud or too soft. I couldn't hit that sweet spot xD I think it was how I compressed them. I'll take extra care next time :)
Thanks for the review!
the sickest drops are the simpler ones. if it sounds cheesy, you should try dropping the chord progression all together and try and find cool sounds that work well together rhythmically. as time goes on you can start figuring out how to put more melodic elements back in. you should check out some older dubstep and take note
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