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Mite(s) is/have right(s)

By Simon Koehn on March 1, 2020 11:54 pm

Not much to say here. A quick beat featuring a sample from the eurorack. Kinda messy but it was fun and I learnt some things.

This submission is licensed by author under CC Attribution Noncommercial (BY-NC)

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March 2, 2020 2:13 am

really loving the melodies in this, were they part of the eurorack sample?

March 3, 2020 4:57 am

Cool sounds once again man, and I love how the meter is different for like every track (I think?).  Gives it a really cool feel.

I checked out the 0-Coast you recommended last week.  All the demo vids of it I watched sounded/looked crazy cool, but I felt like it would have been not as user friendly as I needed for cranking out a new track every week.  I ended up grabbing a Modal Argon8, but I'll keep it in mind for my next gear purchase though!

March 8, 2020 3:40 pm

I really like the bell-ish tones in the intro, they could have even been their own track.

March 8, 2020 8:57 pm
danlinke wrote:

really loving the melodies in this, were they part of the eurorack sample?

Thanks! The euro stuff is actually the "bell" sounds that are most audible at the start. All the melodic things are just wavetable in Live. Flippin love that synth tbh.


license wrote:

I really like the bell-ish tones in the intro, they could have even been their own track.

Thanks! Yeahhh I was fairly happy with that sound. I got a bit carried away with adding things but that probably remained the strongest element in the track. Always adding things I don't need to haha. Thats kinda a good reminder to listen for what the track needs more than just throwing certain things in out of habit.

March 8, 2020 9:07 pm
Chrisfoo wrote:

Cool sounds once again man, and I love how the meter is different for like every track (I think?).  Gives it a really cool feel.

I checked out the 0-Coast you recommended last week.  All the demo vids of it I watched sounded/looked crazy cool, but I felt like it would have been not as user friendly as I needed for cranking out a new track every week.  I ended up grabbing a Modal Argon8, but I'll keep it in mind for my next gear purchase though!

Thanks! Its actually all the same meter but there are enough strange/clashing rhythms to make it seem that way!

Totally get that re. the 0-coast. Its not always the best for banging out tasty tones. More of a toy for those times you wanna just explore and fiddle. The Argon8 looks reeeeally nice! Hadn't heard of that one before but the demos sound great. Hope you're having fun with it!

March 8, 2020 10:46 pm
Simon Koehn wrote:


license wrote:

I really like the bell-ish tones in the intro, they could have even been their own track.

Thanks! Yeahhh I was fairly happy with that sound. I got a bit carried away with adding things but that probably remained the strongest element in the track. Always adding things I don't need to haha. Thats kinda a good reminder to listen for what the track needs more than just throwing certain things in out of habit.


Oh, I think everyone is guilty of that from time to time. I know I would certainly like to develop a better sense of restraint for myself. Nice work regardless.

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