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Apr 21, 2014 | 12:48 PM EDT
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10.8 MB
4 min 43 sec
3.85 / 5.00

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Rated 3.85 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Industrial

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Here's some heavy industrial. When translated the title roughly means: mass uprising. This is very rare footage of Quarl outside of her natural habitat. Typically I only make a four to the floor track once every two years or so. This is a special moment. Rejoice with me.

In case you haven't caught on yet, I am Quarl. I've been a reg for ages but I wanted a change of color so I'm momentarily Mutual Core. Also, I'm using this account until I can get a computer and sound system up to snuff with what I need to produce like I used to. This is more of an account to just dump junk music. Might be a while till I get a new computer. A lot of expenses on the horizon. Life is calling me...



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ooh, gnarly stuff, definitely differing a bunch from what I usually hear from you.

While that very varying bassy synth keeps my interest, I'd have loved some serious overcompression and destruction on that snare drum, just to add a good layer of noise to it.

Speaking of the drums, they main pattern stays pretty rigid throughout the piece, a momentary variation every few bars wouldn't be out of place. Perhaps a bit of stereo effect work wouldn't be out of place for them either.

That said, on a second listen it becomes clear the majority of the labour here has gone to that bassy synth; there's a lot detail to it, which I doubt I'd find the patience for.

I also do like the subtle one-shot background noises you've thrown in there (like that little evil laugh), and the reverby scream or whatever it is. Hard to pick good samples for that sort of stuff and then still use a good bit of moderation in how they should lay in the mix, so kudos for that.

As usual, you've maintain a good mix of classic instruments (piano and strings), which I always appreciate.

Keep at it. =)

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MutualCore responds:

love ya babe.