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Uploaded
Jul 10, 2015 | 4:19 PM EDT
File Info
Loop
2 MB
1 min 5 sec
Score
3.54 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.54 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
421 Plays | 10 Downloads
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Genres:
Southern Flavor - Blues
Tags:
blues
glitch
robotday2015
cyborgdetective

Author Comments

I couldn´t really come up with something serious for robotday. Started some dnb track a while ago but didn´t finish it. When I saw the the robotday banner art by Paxilon I thought I have to do a robotdetective blues ;) It is a bit cheesy at some points (like a every second track of mine since I like cheese).

The artwork I was inspired by and used "The Tale of X9" from Paxilon

http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/paxilon/the-tale-of-x9

Reviews


gruber99gruber99

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I think it works! I love the contrast between the glitch/robotic vibe and bluesy sax. Fits the artwork perfectly I think. I wonder...If you're finding it annoying to listen to, how about adding a short section (like 8 bars) in a different key, with a different time feel (bass on half or whole notes, rather than always on quarters)? It could lead back to the top of the loop... just a thought to break it up a bit if you think it suffers from repetition fatigue.


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Azhthar responds:

Hey! Thanks a lot for the input. You are definitely right. I didn´t pay very much attention to the bassline and was really a bit repitative. I changed this a bit, now. With "annoying" I meant more the experiment
with the glitch noises. It´s definitely a bit repitative but I think this is normal for a 1 min loop ;) I just did this one last minute for robot day so I didn´t really have more time to make it longer and more seriously. Thanks for your idea with the 8 bar turnaround but I guess this won´t work here since the loop is already so short. A modulation would stick out very roughly I guess and it also would bring you out of the 12bar blues scheme. Glad to here that it works!