Thank you for taking the time to let me know.
Pretty damn awesome.
I'm quite curious as to what Distortion VST you are using or if you are making it in whatever Soft-synth you are using?
How to emerge with these kind of sounds? Go out and obtain some horrible life experiences. Pick up a piece of gear like the Metasonix S-1000 and turn off the lights. Fumble around in the darkness with the various patch overrides and the clumsiness of foreign technology. Find out how hot the tubes can get and deal with the awkward cover. Isolate and immerse yourself in abrasive sounds. Learn how to work a MIDI-CV Conversion. Throw away your first project. Keep the lights off. Tell the story that doesn't need to be told with sounds no one wants to hear. When you're done, let it speak for itself and walk away. Smile at those that enjoy and share with those that understand. Then do it all again.
Holy goodness. Only issue I have with the track is how the static seemed like the loudest part, then when the track seriously gets going you almost forget about it. I love the glitchy little thing added in around 1:24, behind the synth(If you use FL it sounds like their beepmaps). Sort of like a ravey mix of skynet, and the glimmering sight of the world's soon to come demise.
"and the glimmering sight of the world's soon to come demise." Welcome to Mother Machine, enjoy your stay :)
Sounds really good.
I love the Static part at the beginning,
MM has taken over now.^^
"MM has taken over now" This made me smile. Thanks.
Such a celebration could only come after the annihilation of man.
The distortion and static feels like some sort of digital bath. I find a strange comfort in the chaos of it all. It's something I can sink into and soak in its density.
It deserves to be more than a concept. Flesh this bad boy out.
This bad boy has been 'fleshed out.' Hope it was even better than the concept.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.