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Uploaded
Aug 4, 2010 | 2:16 PM EDT
File Info
Song
1.7 MB
1 min 30 sec
Score
4.04 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.04 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
522 Plays | 29 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Industrial
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Author Comments

I was bored while waiting for my roommate to get out of the shower so we could leave, I tossed this together in maybe 10 mins. I was playing with some new generators I found along with a new guitar plug-in. Its definitely a WIP, please let me know what you think and Ill take any feedback I can get

Reviews


EirunEirun

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Chubby-wubby tasty bassline :)

However, you need to refine that guitar A LOT. Sounds too organic for the slashing and totally "FL Slayer stock". Maybe taking off the slap and a little less high pitch should do the trick. Or try other strings or a combo instead of this one. You may also want to try a warm fuzz-effect to spice it up.

Well, of course, that's my advice only, the track is yours to tweak. ;)


Maskeddude responds:

I agree, since I've made this one I've learned a lot about FL's plug-ins, dampiners, effects, etc. Im starting to get more of my own sound rather than a generic cookie cutter sound. I want to go back and clean up a lot of my music, just need to find the time or motivation.


midimachinemidimachine

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

niice

oh man, this synth at the start reminds me of OSI so much. particularly the song "Horseshoes and B-52s". in fact the way this whole thing plays out so far is rather like them too except for the drums which are more jumpy and playful. i really like where you're going with this!

watch the levels of everything because you have a bit of clipping which is really noticable when the kick is trying to pump through. with bass guitars i usually roll off everything below 80Hz and that probably sounds counter-intuitive BUT it gives the kick drum room to pump in the sub. same goes for electric guitars in general, roll off stuff at 120-150Hz to give room to the bass. when everything has it's own place in a mix like this it can make things sound so much clearer and heavier.


Maskeddude responds:

Hey thanks much for the heads up on the clipping. I haven't tossed it through an equalizer yet but I will definitely pay closer attention.