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stackup

By zirafa on August 16, 2020 11:59 pm

Just a simple stack up of guitar + synth loops -- new loop is added every two bars

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August 17, 2020 12:19 am

this is totally awesome - lots of exciting melodic movement

stack it up, stack it in, let me begin, i came to win, battle me, that's a sin
I won't ever stack up, punk you better stack up
try to play the role and the whole crew will stack up

August 17, 2020 1:43 am

This was really great. Love the way the track builds with so many interesting rhythms and melodies. Awesome work.

August 18, 2020 4:40 am

If this was in a movie or TV show it would be my favorite scene. So much good energy and movement with no drums or obvious processing. Just excellent.

August 20, 2020 5:22 pm

Sounds more like 4 bars than 2, but I guess that depends on the definition of a bar. Whatever, it's great.

August 21, 2020 12:36 am

For me, the guitar really makes the track, by giving a good organic vibe that contrasts with the synth. That was nice.

August 22, 2020 6:27 pm

The synth sounds here are sick. What did you use to make these?
The song itself is quite cinematic too. Something to be used during scenes where the detective starts putting the pieces together as the evidence starts to stack up

September 7, 2020 12:16 am
orangedrink wrote:

this is totally awesome - lots of exciting melodic movement

stack it up, stack it in, let me begin, i came to win, battle me, that's a sin
I won't ever stack up, punk you better stack up
try to play the role and the whole crew will stack up


hent03 wrote:

This was really great. Love the way the track builds with so many interesting rhythms and melodies. Awesome work.

thanks for listening!


license wrote:

If this was in a movie or TV show it would be my favorite scene. So much good energy and movement with no drums or obvious processing. Just excellent.

appreciate the kind comment!


Devieus wrote:

Sounds more like 4 bars than 2, but I guess that depends on the definition of a bar. Whatever, it's great.

I think you are right, it'd probably be more accurate to call it a "loop unit" or something


Kedbreak136 wrote:

For me, the guitar really makes the track, by giving a good organic vibe that contrasts with the synth. That was nice.

thanks!


danju wrote:

The synth sounds here are sick. What did you use to make these?
The song itself is quite cinematic too. Something to be used during scenes where the detective starts putting the pieces together as the evidence starts to stack up

It's a Yamaha Reface CS for the chords, and an 0-coast for the lead


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