The Dream Eater

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So I finally thought of how to make the "The (Insert Awesome Name Here)" songs a series. It's a dubstep take on The Canterbury Tales, called The RG Tales. I have a list of people that I'm going to make a song for (all completely separate from the characters in the Canterbury Tales). So far we have The Watcher, The Acolyte, and now The Dream Eater. In Progress are The Clockworker, The Soothsayer, The Martyr, The Rogue, and The Stranger. Anyone else have some ideas?

Or perhaps you'd like to collaborate with me?

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Yep, that's the stuff.

Really good opening section, then the drop is spectacular and welcome. Bravo.

Reali-tGlitch responds:

Thanks, man.


i fucking love it holy shit its so badass the beginning really pulled me in and the rest just made me feel like i was in an amazing nightmare one of your best work!! :)

Reali-tGlitch responds:

why thank you :). Lack of punctuation incurred a couple rereads, but I understood what you mean to say.

It made my ears bleed---

AWESOMENESS. In other, less descriptive words, the song was great.

Reali-tGlitch responds:

So bodily fluid excretion from thine ear canals is good? Interesting...


The wobble could be better at most parts But it's good to hear how you pulled it off at some parts.. Did you make this melody or did you just sample it and put a simple drumset and a wobble over it? The drumset could also be better.. the repetitive use of the hats is overused by most producers.


Reali-tGlitch responds:

I did everything myself. Though the synth/drone/pad at the very beginning is a preset in a VST called Umbra (though I still made the whole progression). I don't have any wobbles in this song (though some of the glitchy sounds don't work). I make all my songs from scratch. I'm not lazy enough to just take something else, put a beat over it and call it my own (though I did do that with an acapella of a song once).

I'm not an actual pro but...

Is that diminished fifths I'm hearing in there?

Reali-tGlitch responds:

Possibly. I don't pay too much attention to the scale, I just make sure it fits together. It is a bit different of a scale isn't it?

Credits & Info

4.85 / 5.00

Nov 24, 2011
1:49 PM EST
File Info
8.2 MB
5 min 57 sec

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