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Credits & Info

Date
03/30/2014
File Info
Song
7.9 MB
4 min 6 sec
Score
5.00 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 5.00 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
233 Plays | 5 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Industrial
Tags:
fetus
quarl
ruqal
laqur

Author Comments

Damn, I've been whoring up the water droplets in my songs lately. It's not even a new trick. Basic sine wave, huge pitch bend up then down, reverb. I'm such a slut.

Production has been slow lately. I just can't get the sounds I want these days. Since all my data is sitting on an external that windows can't read I've been slowly rebuilding my sample bank until I can afford a new mac. I could also just get a program to convert the binary data but I'm such a lazy SOB.

meh.

Reviews


AnchorwindAnchorwind

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 6, 2014

I'm not really sure what to say, other than I enjoyed listening to this. It's easy to leave this on in the background whilst doing other things. Thanks for sharing.


MutualCore responds:

No problem sir :)


JoshuaHughesJoshuaHughes

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 5, 2014

An interesting turn from the DnB that I've been hearing from you. It's rife with spontaneity, from soft water drops with some piano to a grinding distortion beat. I really didn't know what to expect. But the only time I thought a progression was too rough was when the glitchy drums and pad came in on 0:29. I don't normally offer a specific sound to use in my reviews, but I thought a subtle reverse reverb would have been perfect for that part and eased in the beat enough to not slightly startle some of the more wussy listeners like me.

Nothing wrong with having a sound that's relatively easy to make. What some people may consider to be overused, others may see it as a sort of signature style! Like Kirk Hammett and his wah pedals.

So when the crazy noise comes in, I'm simply blown away by it. I've always been biased towards cacophonous noise, and this piece certainly delivers. Favorite little part would have to be the falling bass at 1:18. It's a great fill that keeps the beat alive. Good job on taming the high ends in the mix. I know how easy they can ruin tracks like this one when they have even a little more presence than necessary.

Still felt a little bit of emptiness in some areas, even with the panning, but all in all, I like it! Any other crazy stuff in the works?


MutualCore responds:

Thanks for the review! I'm trying to keep writing but I have no real drive. I produced for 8 years as Quarl but when my computer blew last August my motivation to write music kind of died with it. All my files are on an external HD but its Mac OS data so Windows can't read any of it. Computer I'm currently borrowing has no processing power and a lame sound card.

Hey. It's my birthday today. Throw tons of money on me so I can buy talent the way Dead Mouse does.


kanashibarimusickanashibarimusic

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 30, 2014

This is dope and filthy.
And water drops! thanks for the tip...


MutualCore responds:

It's a fun little recipe :p