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Date
05/16/2012
File Info
Song
2.6 MB
2 min 50 sec
Score
4.62 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Drum N Bass
Tags:
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forensic

Author Comments

Been working on this song for a while now and I think its pretty much done.

I may go back and try to add some bass or raise the existing bass, but at this point I am ready to start a new song and I just keep going back and forth trying to make this one just right.

Sorry its so short but sometimes that's just the way they turn out.

Thanks for listening, hope you enjoyed it. As always comments and reviews are greatly appreciated.

Thanks to Forensic for the use of his vocals

Reviews


LatinomusicLatinomusic

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 1, 2012

Diablo damn got to have this one!



BlueKoalaClockBlueKoalaClock

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 27, 2012

This is great! I like the half-speed/uneven sounding rhythms. Maybe I should try something like that with my music sounds.



RubberPandaRubberPanda

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 22, 2012

Nice song 5 stars!
Hey I've been trying to make techno music lately do you have any tips or do you recommend any tutorials?
I use fl studio 10


Ghosts4Hire responds:

Thanks for listening I'm glad you enjoyed it. I use Ableton for my DAW and alot of native instruments for VST plug-ins. Massive is a great soft synth and you can find really good plugins for that. I would recommend investing in at least a cheap midi keyboard to start with.

You can also find alot of free VST plug ins if you take some time and search.

ccmixter.org has great creative commons licensed vocal tracks for remixing. You can also find interesting sounds at freesound project.

Spectrasonics has some pretty good synths and RMX groove is good to add to drums with or just to use as its own drum tracks.

Also I HIGHLY recommend getting iZotope Ozone for mastering and taking time to master each sound. The mastering quality is just as important if not more than every other part of the song. Also do some research into mastering techniques so that sounds don't fight for space in the song.

I could keep going on and on but the most important thing is to practice and play outside of your comfort zone. I have been writing music on and off for over 13 years and still learn new things every time i sit down and work on a song.