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Inning It Phone

By roboctopus on March 4, 2018 8:32 pm

I missed last week because I was in Melbourne for Square Sounds (actually had a track but forgot to upload it before my flight lol. oh well).

This week I was generally unproductive. Got back to the states mid-week and jet lagged around the house not doing much musically. So here's a lame thing that doesn't go anywhere. Chopped up a sample, put it in LSDJ. Maybe it could be cool someday.

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March 5, 2018 12:06 am

That static is pretty damn crisp, love the ambience of this piece ngl

March 5, 2018 12:09 am

this is so great dude! there is something great about organically crushing this stuff down smile rhodes is especially tasty smile

March 5, 2018 8:38 am

Roboctopus, you're really making a great case for more sample work in LSDJ. This, and last couple of weeks' work, is convincing.

March 7, 2018 4:33 am

mmm beautiful, calm, perfect for winding down after taking a spin around the globe I'd imagine. what are these samples? they sound almost ghostly.

re: going nowhere, I kind of like the interlude-y, meandering nature of this. could work really well as the glue on an album or ep.

March 7, 2018 2:47 pm


Mortistar wrote:

That static is pretty damn crisp, love the ambience of this piece ngl

Yeah I quite like the static XD



Jamatar wrote:

this is so great dude! there is something great about organically crushing this stuff down smile rhodes is especially tasty smile

Yeah, some interesting things happen to the sound when you go from good resolution/stereo to 4-bit mono for sure.



antler wrote:

Roboctopus, you're really making a great case for more sample work in LSDJ. This, and last couple of weeks' work, is convincing.

Living that custom kit lifestyle lol



Parallelis wrote:

mmm beautiful, calm, perfect for winding down after taking a spin around the globe I'd imagine. what are these samples? they sound almost ghostly.

re: going nowhere, I kind of like the interlude-y, meandering nature of this. could work really well as the glue on an album or ep.

Yeah, I am thinking about using it as an interlude on this super sample-heavy lsdj ep I'm working on.

The samples are from the beginning of this track:

http://youtu.be/IpPG3-2V1S8?t=1715




March 7, 2018 4:31 pm
roboctopus wrote:


Parallelis wrote:

mmm beautiful, calm, perfect for winding down after taking a spin around the globe I'd imagine. what are these samples? they sound almost ghostly.

re: going nowhere, I kind of like the interlude-y, meandering nature of this. could work really well as the glue on an album or ep.

Yeah, I am thinking about using it as an interlude on this super sample-heavy lsdj ep I'm working on.

The samples are from the beginning of this track:

http://youtu.be/IpPG3-2V1S8?t=1715

Looking forward to that ep whenever it may come!

And damn this is amazing, didn't realize there was already an album based on the Rainbow Goblins before Primus' The Desaturating Seven. Dig this one way more too haha! Those vocals remind me of Black Moth Super Rainbow, but way more bright and pop-y.

March 8, 2018 12:03 am

The sample grit is key!  This could be a really cool intermission track on an album.

March 8, 2018 9:17 am

Rustic, like a duet with a record player.

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