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Theeketel - The Quickening

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Uploaded
Aug 22, 2011 | 2:14 PM EDT
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Song
8.7 MB
3 min 49 sec
Score
4.50 / 5.00

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Rated 4.50 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Industrial
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Author Comments

Not overly harsh but still fairly loud and repetitive. Employ a subwoofer or headphones that permit bass depth or miss out on all the heavenly glory :3

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Reviews


ChaotichismChaotichism

Rated 5 / 5 stars

New baby-making music.

As soon as I find a test subject, I shall impregnate her to this song.

It really sounds like a bunch of notes were marching without organization, trying to get into formation but failing because the slight distortion distracted them. But in that, it sounds quite addictive. And yeah, I'm lucky to have headphones. And I heard that bass sneakin' up on me. Pretty freakin' awesome.


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AliceMako responds:

You heard it here first ladies, this exquisite gentleman is still single and not afraid of commitment! -coughs politely, adjusts goggles in a casual manner-

Initially i had the entire track coated in distortion but i opted to give the instruments a seperate sound destruction unit instead as the melody actually sounded better from a clean signal.

The bass is the result of me either correctly or incorrectly following a tutorial to get a talking bass out of the semi modular, it became a rattler instead and i guess that works nicely too.

There's something similar to this in the pipeline, expect it soonish :3


PolyVersePolyVerse

Rated 4 / 5 stars

lil harsh

smooth that dirtyness. try a couple more different basses by the way. coming along tho, :) check my music too and tag me back if you could


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AliceMako responds:

Yeah programming these is a bitch lately, thanks for the score :3