Cubotics (please read desc.)

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Jul 26, 2016 | 4:41 PM EDT
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4.2 MB
1 min 50 sec
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3.00 / 5.00

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Rated 3.00 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
Tags:
experimental
dubstep
doublechindoge7
cubotics

Author Comments

EXPERIMENTAL

This will be 29. if it sounds good to you, but I'm on the fence about a lotta stuff here, a lot of it I like, but some of it I don't like and some of it I don't think you'll like.

You may be wondering how this is experimental, well the first and most predominant thing is that I'm using a new scale, I find I like to stick to what I know too much when it comes to notes. Sky Summit, Scarred and Demon Slayer use a scale I made myself: C#, D#, F, G#, and A#, as well C and F# when I needed a note to stand out or needed some variety. Most of my old music and some of my new music like Water world use the C# pentatonic scale used in Monody by Thefatrat, which is: C#, E, F#, G#, and B. Here the scale is: C D E F# A B, which is not only hexatonic, (I think is the word for it) but also it uses a whole lot less sharps than I'm used to. In fact it's my first time using A and D!

The second difference is the dubstep here is done differently, y'see here I didn't make my own synth or use a preset... Here I used Harmour with audio clips and Harmour's image resynthesis to create the dubstep. The audio sounded quite dull, but I've added distortion, decompressed it, and gave an extra boost to the high end to put "excitement" back into the sounds.

All audio clips used (bar some snares) taken from the free "ATOM SPLITTER AUDIO - Games and 8-Bit Kit Volume 2" sample pack from Woolyss chipmusic: http://woolyss.com/chipmusic-samples.php
HIGHLY recommend this to someone looking for free chipstep audio clips especially in the drums department, while the kicks and snares in this pack aren't the best, they're the best free ones I've heard! Of course the other SFX have some use for dubstep too, as heard here, anyway feedback's gonna be needed on this. Thank you to anyone who bothered to read this to the end.

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DovaxDovax

Rated 3 / 5 stars

You can mix it a little bit better, but its not bad


Doublechindoge7 responds:

K, I'll make something similar to this but I think I'm gonna ditch what I've done here.