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Credits & Info

Date
06/19/2012
File Info
Song
8.3 MB
3 min 38 sec
Score
4.46 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.46 / 5 stars
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458 Plays | 34 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - House
Tags:
space
cool
acid
wicked

Author Comments

Experimenting with 303-like Sounds. They SOund nothing like an Actual 303, but I like them.

If you could please leave a review, that'd be nice. :)

Reviews


phosphorusprocedurephosphorusprocedure

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 23, 2012

Haha, this reminds me of the club scene in Deus Ex. The first one, not Human Revolution. I was bummed playing that part because I couldn't dance with the chicks, they just kept making me buy them beer. The part at 1:36 is a cool switch up. I like this quite a lot, actually.



MtM0201MtM0201

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 22, 2012

Very well done! What DAW/plug-ins did you use?


CidiousClef responds:

FL Studio 10 all the way. TS-404 was used for the Bassline, Passed through Overdrive, Distortion Compression and More Distortion, with some Filters thrown in there for good measure. But carefully of course. 3xOsc was used for the lead thingy, with a couple of Detuned Saws and a quick pitch Envelope at the start to give it that stabby feel. Poizone added some space in the background with a gated Arpeggiator.

Fruit Kick can Provide some very nice sounds, after passing it through compression, careful gating and extremely judicious use of Overdrive. Sidechain the song a little, and it gets that much stronger.

Snares and Hi-Hats were taken from a free sample pack, then processed until they sounded good. Then I arranged them into the beat I was looking for, which wasn't quite 4/4, but wasn't quite syncopated either. The HI-Hat Shuffle was made by filling up the sequencer with notes and then mucking about with the Velocity and panning in such a way that it fit what I already had.

Then I arranged the song, which was pretty simple, since most of the variation comes from Automation and tweaking with Cutoff filters, with just a tad bit of tonality change.

All in all, it took me about 12 and a half hours to make, which is a short amount of time because the song is quite simple really.

This is probably far more detail than you wanted, isn't it?


2Cycloneblaze22Cycloneblaze2

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 22, 2012

Not sure what to say, except that I like it.