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Date
06/28/2012
File Info
Loop
1.8 MB
1 min 17 sec
Score
4.55 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.55 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Pop
Tags:
gsnap

Author Comments

Voices again. And a beatbox again. But I added in some funky synths too. Bitboy's C3P0's Rap, TAL Elek7tro, etc. The vocals are gsnapped to hell and back. The intro was accomplished by reversing the wav files themselves but not the MIDI information that told gsnap what to pitch correct, so it's the same melody, just the software working a lot harder to get those notes.

Reviews


B-RadGfromOVB-RadGfromOV

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 29, 2012

That was haunting and strange. I like it though. I'm tryin something similar with vocals and a little whistling. Kinda wary of using actual beatbox samples like you do, as I can't master them to sound right, no matter how nice I can beatbox.


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phosphorusprocedure responds:

With the beatbox, I normally try to record something where the snare sounds like a click. It's easier to EQ, and it usually sounds better too. Short little clicks are great because they force you to time them right rhythmically, whereas a big crunchy snare might give you too much leeway and it'll just sound off. The vocals, eh, I dunno. The more I listen to them, the more rhythmically off they sound. It still kinda bugs me. Everything else about the beat I like, though. Thanks for listening! I appreciate the feedback.


BOULLIEBOULLIE

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 28, 2012

LOL

For awhile I was a guest at a Smurf house...


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phosphorusprocedure responds:

Yeah, I'm messing around with voices now. I'll get back to the guitar soon enough, though. Thanks for the review!