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Krampnitz

By m2K7 on March 6, 2016 6:30 pm


In Krampnitz is a huge Military Complex. First built by the Nazis in 1937 as a Riding-School and armored Barracks. 1945-1992 it was used by the Russians as a Militarycamp.
Since the Russians are gone, several International Movies have been Filmed there.
Among other things, parts of Inglourious Basterds.
We did not have much time, we scurried affected by the Terrain and Buildings,
Photographed what seemed to us the lens.
The terrain is left to nature, if only has its certain charm.
So the song was "Krampnitz"

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March 7, 2016 5:47 pm

Excellent! Heh, both the Nazis and the Soviets would have fallen over if they heard it ::))

March 7, 2016 5:50 pm

Excellent photography and unexpected raw techno... Your soundpalette is delightful. I don't know if it's software or hardware, but it has a really "oldschool" hardware vibe with that Juno-esque lead.

March 7, 2016 6:44 pm

Great techno - fits the stunning photos really well. Nicely done smile

March 7, 2016 7:05 pm

Fascinating approach, excellent photo. The track definitely feels like a heart racing with the dark tension in it. Great!

March 7, 2016 8:21 pm

Great track, fits the imagery and your description of the place very well!

March 8, 2016 11:58 am
Jim Wood wrote:

Excellent! Heh, both the Nazis and the Soviets would have fallen over if they heard it ::))

laguna wrote:

Excellent photography and unexpected raw techno... Your soundpalette is delightful. I don't know if it's software or hardware, but it has a really "oldschool" hardware vibe with that Juno-esque lead.

GrainBastard wrote:

Great techno - fits the stunning photos really well. Nicely done smile

royb0t wrote:

Fascinating approach, excellent photo. The track definitely feels like a heart racing with the dark tension in it. Great!

Plantrain wrote:

Great track, fits the imagery and your description of the place very well!

Thank you all who have listened to it. Glad you like it!
I have all the Songs heard this Week, unfortunately there are fewer and fewer.
They are great, extraordinary, interesting and sometimes I lack the words.
Weiter so. Keep it up! big_smile

March 8, 2016 12:19 pm
laguna wrote:

Excellent photography and unexpected raw techno... Your soundpalette is delightful. I don't know if it's software or hardware, but it has a really "oldschool" hardware vibe with that Juno-esque lead.

This Song is done complete in Software. I use an 2009 selfbuild Reaktor5 Instrument, 3 times.
pMEX, means Phasemodulation experimental

I Have done some Presets over the Years. I use it as a VSTi in Cubase ES, play some Melody´s
and process it as REXfile with Recycle2. So i can use the Loops in Reason7, wich is my Main DAW.
The Drums are an Selfmade Drumset for Redrum.
(often old S-330 or Mirage Samples, i have done in the 90´s)
I use the onboard Mastercompressor, it apply a Heavy Compression at the whole Mix.
The lenght of the Bassdrumm controlls the Compression of the Song.

March 8, 2016 6:14 pm

Really cool driving beat and I enjoyed the harmonies from the synths bouncing around.  Nice job!

March 12, 2016 7:01 pm

great work. amazing sounds. like.

March 16, 2016 8:50 pm

This song would be great when played really loud in the room in the picture.

March 17, 2016 7:39 pm

damn, that beginning really reminded of spacelab, by kraftwerk. but darker and heavier (if that makes any sense). great stuff.

March 19, 2016 12:47 pm
Tone Matrix wrote:

Really cool driving beat and I enjoyed the harmonies from the synths bouncing around.  Nice job!

minaret_kid wrote:

great work. amazing sounds. like.

Kleie wrote:

This song would be great when played really loud in the room in the picture.

matheusleston wrote:

damn, that beginning really reminded of spacelab, by kraftwerk. but darker and heavier (if that makes any sense). great stuff.

Ooops! Thank you that you have taken your time, to listen to the Track. ThanX smile

May 2, 2016 7:57 pm

Lovely timbres, great drive and vibe! pMEX does the job well.  smile

May 6, 2016 12:18 pm

Thanx smile

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