Uploading on the last minute, as always. I really want to catch up with your music though I'm struggling to keep up with both life, work and of course WB. This last month it's been hard, really.
Enough self pity: This week I had to dig into the vaults for some abandoned projects and ideas. I recycled this sampling session based on The Captain and Tennille's "Deep in the dark", a fantastic 70's classic which I recommend without hesitation, though I hope my version is different enough to be admited as original. You judge:
My usual tools of the trade: Ableton Live 9 Suite and a vinyl album.
The main samples are heavily chopped, downpitched more than an octave -> then "vocoded" -> then "beatrepeated" and then send to a "chorused grain delay" to add some movement and variation. Drums are edits from some unused stock Ableton drum banks.
Almost no mastering but subtle limiting and dinamic compression above -8 db. Tried to make it punchy from the early mix, simple and crunchy.
Hope you like it, guys and girls. Have a great week!!!
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