Awesome glitching, it's impressive. If there were a few more layers to this, and a few more instruments and sounds used, it would be fantastic. As far as experiments go, i'd say this was definitely a success! Well done.
Well, here you go. I have two new versions I'm updating right now. There's even an actual melody now, that I don't glitch but it's a melody, and I got tons of splicing going on. It's practically a different song... not so much sound-wise, but the composition as a whole with it's complexity and arrangement. Go take a listen when you have the time.
Whoa...really cool! You seem to have quite a mastery at glitching here, albeit with a single purely electronic sound, which I guess is why you say it was experimental. This is definitely something I would like to hear more experimental exploration of. Next time a melody that changes more over time and drums not so cheesy hahahaha. Yeah, I wasn't a fan of the drum sounds, but the rhythms fit so strangely with what was going on for the moments they interluded that I loved it. Really nice quality mixing of the 8-bit as well. Overall, this sounds like a really cool experiment! I think you definitely succeeded in the glitch. Great work!
Awesome! That's the kinda feeling I was going for, and it was almost impossible to make more melody that would work lol, I hand-glitched most of it with the actual notes themselves, but I did make use of dBlue glitch as well, although only to really chop it all up and spit it back out. And I'm glad I succeeded. I thought it was kinda too glitchy, but seeing as you didn't think it was, I think I need to glitch the drums :P Idk. Anyways, thanks for listening.
Just to note, that first phrase was all done by hand on a squareish wave, completely unchanged. It was insane, and I think I have at least 2-4 fairly different melodies, they just happen to have the same central theme, of "I'm not glitched enough" lol
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