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Date
12/13/2009
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Song
5.9 MB
3 min 15 sec
Score
4.30 / 5.00

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Author Comments

This is really generic, but I like it because I was experimenting with beat patterns and whatnot, and I have been playing around with some random effects too. So this is basically just a giant experiment. Did it work? You tell me.

Oh also YES, I am aware that this song clips like crazy with the kick near the outro. I didn't notice this when I did it originally because ACID renders it shittily.

-EDIT-

I changed a few things... made the kick more audible. And the snare less "Muddy"... er whatever.

Reviews


stubobis1stubobis1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Koo.

it turned out well. :)
I like the part starting @ 0:30

very nice.


Burn7 responds:

Gracias. PS: I hope you like Metal. Because thats what my next new song is. Epic, Awesome metal.


DDman465DDman465

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome

How did you get that kind of bass sound? Plus do you have an actual sound card? I can never get that dynamic feel in anything I make...but then again I am kinda new to making this genre.


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Burn7 responds:

The bass? I think I layered two kicks that I sounded cool, and EQ'd them slightly. I can send you the two kicks as a .wav if you want. It's a real pain in the ass getting the kicks just right, but I really like the one I use.

And nah, I'm just using my on-board motherboard card, I don't have any money for an actual sound card >.<

You want a dynamic feel in Techno? Here's the recipe for a decent, generic techno beat:
+*BEAT*+
- A Hard kick
- A Semi-Hard Snare
- A Power Snare
- An Offbeat High-hat
- A quick 16th note High-Hat tap
- A Long-Ass Cymbal Crash.

Try variations, like have the snare on every 3rd beat of each measure, or of each 1st AND 3rd along with the kick. The drumkit is the most powerful part of techno. It can change the mood of the whole song.

If you want any more tips or whatever, feel free to PM me. I've got experience with this sort of thing :)


thepownmobilethepownmobile

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Kind of kick ass :P

This is a great song, kind of generic so you get a 9 not a 10 like usual ;)

No you know what... Screw it! you get a 10 because I was listening to this on my old laptop at the highest volume and blew my left speaker out 0.o (extra point for the lulz :)


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Burn7 responds:

Roflol that's not 10worthy! Come on! 9 ME!


DjYetiDjYeti

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epic :D

Man, for some reason i lov the distortion on the drums. :D makes it different i thinks XD


Burn7 responds:

Huh. I dislike it because it clips. But whatever floats your boat!


Tjmoe44Tjmoe44

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is great

perfect nice job


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Burn7 responds:

Thanks, glad you liked it. You could check out my other stuff, which I consider to be even better than this because it's just an experiment.

Not trying to plug my own stuff, just a suggestion.