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Sep 2, 2009 | 5:06 PM EDT
File Info
3 MB
1 min 54 sec
3.72 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 3.72 / 5 stars
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Best of the 3 (technically 4) versions of this song. Most poorly mixed for some reason- but I'll probably get around to fixing that. Still a little bare/repetitive at parts, needs some more crap.

I think I described the umph sound in a lesser track, 80% of this was recorded on a bass and the rest utilizes crystal vst and a nifty drum kit



Rated 5 / 5 stars


i just got an electric piano about a week ago and i already started makeing some songs. can i ask what you used to make this?

gobamnit responds:

3 seperate projects, each with like 5 different versions, linked together to form a song with several versions. The orchestral umph in the beginning and end are sliced up bits of a single recorded bass note with pitch shifting and a shit load of reverb, layered over anotehr identical eq'd reverbless version of the same track-

the second bit was recorded off a bass and the notes were cut short to give it that nice plucking sound, there's a reverse drumtrack behind it and another drumtrack sort of doing a counterpointy drum thing.

the next bit is a looped chord recorded off the bass. the synth parts playing over it were done in crystal vst. Simple sine/triangles/squares and the whatnot with some nifty eqing here and there. There's also a reverse/sliced up guit riff that plays in it aswell. Then there's the acoustic piano vst logic provides doing some bit parts here and there.

That's about as thorough I can get. If I could sort through and find the original project file for the first part I could be surer. This might have been too much information but damned if I'm not high as a kite


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Blew me away. I love it!

gobamnit responds:

very much appreciated