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Gaseous Nodal Insertion

By zath on January 21, 2018 8:27 am

"Tapping directly into the datastream is a little overwhelming, even for an old pro." She gave me a slight frown. "We might not even find what you're looking for. At least put on those shades."
"What? Why?" I fumbled with the sunglasses and got them on my face.
"It's the dress code." The network shell solidified around us and I felt my ears pop. She got a determined look on her face. "Brace yourself. Opening link in 3, 2, 1..."

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I listened to Gas a fair amount a few weeks back, and was curious to make something Gas-inspired. But it's been long enough since my last close listen that I probably just ended up making something strange that includes a compressor sidechain and my usual muddy approach. wink
And I saw in the forum that the Week 3 theme was non-4/4 meters (so this one is in 11/8).

Worked on this a little bit Friday, and a lot more Saturday, and then submitted it Sunday just after midnight Pacific Time. I used Logic with a hodgepodge of VSTi (or I guess AU), Paulstretch, and Audition.

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January 23, 2018 12:56 pm

Very powerful track! I feel like diving into cyberspace myself. I really like this BIG layers of sounds which really conveys a feeling of massive amounts of data stream feeding directly in your brain. Amazing!

January 24, 2018 6:27 pm
NinjaBaka wrote:

Very powerful track! I feel like diving into cyberspace myself. I really like this BIG layers of sounds which really conveys a feeling of massive amounts of data stream feeding directly in your brain. Amazing!

Thanks! smile

January 25, 2018 7:53 am

If this is the sound you hear when jacking in, it must be worse than dial-in. Maybe add a hook somewhere along the way to symbolize the linking process, it can even be at the very start.

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