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Some voice acting stuff I uploaded recently~
Somehow when it comes to producing dubstep music i feel pretty confident about the intro, but when it comes to the drop / bass part, i have no clue about how to make it fit to the intro. Please leave me some feedback on how to make a sick drop! any thoughts and links to tutorials / music theory are very welcome :)
First audio track posted here on Newgrounds. :) It's a quick 1 minute loop. Not sure exactly what genre it fits. Electronic ambient/techno/drums&bass.
Check out my recent track - Daydreamin! :) I'm a new artist. Mainly just messing around with sounds right now, finding my style.
Another cover, and this time a full-bodied cover and not a work in progress.
This one is of Diwanit Bugale, the song that represented France in Eurovision 1996, and one of my favourites.
This track is my first chiptune ever. It's old, but I'm looking for more opinions on it because I'm looking to see if I should go "back to my roots," so to speak. To date, it's been used in more stuff than any other track of mine.
New Song Up. Follow the storyline behind the music in the authors comments while listening.
Put up a bunch of my own creations using Sony's ACID software and sound loops. The link here is a track inspired by the ambience from the Battlefield 2142 map Minsk.
Let me know what you think.
Was inspired by some final fantasy music and dead space music.
hey, I've been around for a while, but I'm fairly new to the forums.
here's some decent tracks I've posted over the duration of my time here:
I use Renoise for most of my tracks, otherwise I experiment with Milkytracker, Famitracker, and Ableton Live Launchpad Edition, maybe a little Fruityloops thrown in here or there
I would like to apologize for the next moments of unexpectedly painful music hybridization...
There was no need, there is no excuse but I did it anyway.
Jazz + Dubstep =
Portal fans will enjoy this song. You'll recognize the tune "Still Alive", which was written by Jonathan Coulton for the end credits of the first Portal game. For this version, I wrote lyrics from the perspective of a disgruntled and hungry test subject at Aperture Science.
Here is where I originally posted the song: http://crowdsourceinspiration.tumblr.com/post/21531078233/th ecakeisalie
Please review, and I'll gladly return the favor. Oh, and do you all think the cake is a lie?
You give us ideas, and we'll give you music.