I'm quite proud of this one, because it's a little bit different both musically and technically. Here's my whole production facility:
And now I give you the nerdy facts: Completely composed and rendered on an Acer Aspire One netbook, N450 64 bit, 2GB RAM, running XUbuntu Linux and Renoise 3. Maybe it won't raise any eyebrows around but for me, squeezed such good sounds from a machine most think is "useless" when it comes to media production... Makes me really happy
About the song, it's a pretty classic old school jungle piece, and I hope I got the sound right. Six tracks, two FX sends and rendered completely under Renoise and Linux... Even the CPU load just reached 52% in the hardests moments. Ultra famous The Winston's "Amen Brother" and James Brown's "Soul pride" drum breaks, plus Art of Noise's "HEY!" shout. All pads and synths were generated using ZynAddSubFX and then rendered as samples/instruments.
The whole file is 2.6 MB in size.
* I'm afraid there are some brief artifacts at the beginning of the MP3 version, but since I was uploading on a rush, I wasn't sure if that was from my player (just checked my master WAV/FLAC version). I'll check the MP3 conversion process as soon as I have a moment.
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