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Province (WB13)

By spry on March 31, 2018 10:06 am

Already one quarter through.. wow that goes fast.

Spent about an hour and a half making patterns in and out of watching historical battle videos on youtube.  recorded the structure in one take and spent another 20 minutes or so putting in the filters and mixing it up.  about 2 hours work time.

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April 2, 2018 2:30 am

Good concrète, much liked.

April 2, 2018 7:14 pm

You are so good.  Can I come over sometime so you can teach me how to be awesome?  I love how the beat starts off slow and then the kick drums ramp up, effectively doubling the tempo.

I'm using Ableton and still don't really know how to sidechain effectively.  Any tutorials or sites you can recommend?  Or we'll just talk about it when I come over?  smile

April 2, 2018 11:47 pm
Jim Wood wrote:

Good concrète, much liked.


Thanks! big_smile


orangedrink wrote:

You are so good.  Can I come over sometime so you can teach me how to be awesome?  I love how the beat starts off slow and then the kick drums ramp up, effectively doubling the tempo.

I'm using Ableton and still don't really know how to sidechain effectively.  Any tutorials or sites you can recommend?  Or we'll just talk about it when I come over?  smile

Sure come on over!  listen well young grasshopper - all of your sidechain questions can be answered with three words: threshold, attack and release 8|

April 4, 2018 2:04 am

I like how you picked up the tempo with this one but kept that cold, spacious sound palette. This would work really well as soundtracking music, super moody in all the right ways.

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