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Feb 23, 2014 | 10:35 AM EST
File Info
Song
9 MB
3 min 56 sec
Score
4.06 / 5.00

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Rated 4.06 / 5 stars
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1,421 Plays | 103 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
boss
japanese
samurai
oriental

Author Comments

Japan Level.mp3

This started out as a small test project to try out some cool percussion samples I got a few weeks ago but haven't really used much up until now. The percussive rhythm I made sounded somewhat oriental to me, so I decided to add some more instruments of that nature (shakuhachi, koto etc.).

I decided to mess around with some electronic elements part way through like adding filter effects to the natural instruments and glitch effects to the percussion slightly and before I knew it I had some kind of Samurai Robot boss battle song :D.

I'm pretty proud of this, especially since I've been having a hard time finding the motivation to make stuff Dx but anyhow, Enjoy!

Reviews


LightskopeWolfspiderLightskopeWolfspider

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like it, it's unique, seems like it took some time.



SilentX980SilentX980

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great song! something that makes you kinda upbeat and ready for the day!



AeronMusicAeronMusic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Lol that start with the 'YAHOOOOO' sample xD Isn't that from sp4zie on youtube with his Yasuo vid or something else? Also well done dutty dude. I do not regret clicking on this link :O ... 1:21 is really epic D: Oriental dubstep lol. Funny combination. I'm liking these instruments combined with heavy and wobbing basses haha. I only recommend a low bass, especially for this type of music. But overall well done dutsky. :D Very well done!!


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DuttonsaysHi responds:

Thanks! haha possibly! it's a very common old kabuki theatre sound sample that's used in tonnes of Japanese themed songs. I couldn't resist the urge to use it since the timing seemed perfect xP.


TabbyLuigiTabbyLuigi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Considering that this is... the COMPLETE OPPOSITE of what you normally do, this is PHENOMENAL!!! Seriously, how the hell did you manage to fit wubs and Japanese/Asian instruments and make it sound GOOD?! From my experience with Japanese pieces in general, I know for a FACT that those shouldn't go together. BUT YOU MADE THEM GO TOGETHER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AWESOME!!!!


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DuttonsaysHi responds:

Hey thanks man! :D I'm glad you enjoyed it.

A lot of oriental instruments are really.. "twangy" and dominate the high-end so it wasn't hard to mix it with some dubstep basses which covers the low-end of the song :]

Anything can be mixed together if you do it right though!


CharmtheAnimalCharmtheAnimal

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow. though you are in a completely different genre than us, you are doing something that has grown to be part of our style. You have taken a genre (dub) and added something very foreign to the mix being the Far-East (for our band Charm the Animal, we have taken rock and added a Middle-Eastern flare). I really like that. Also, it sounds like this piece was mixed quite week. Keep up the nice work,
CTA


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DuttonsaysHi responds:

Hey thanks for the comment!

Yeah, I tend to do that. I get pretty bored when just attempting a single genre so I always try to "genre-mash" and just mix things in there to attempt something new each time. Like mixing metal and classical or chiptune and orchestral etc. It's fun to mix hings up!