0:00 that changing bpm is certainly interesting
0:25 Lol all that dissonance. it's pretty darn interesting i must say
0:35 "SPIN THAT SH NIGA ITS CHRISTMAS" yes. you know how i love obnoxiously dry and loud vocal samples.
0:56 this works surprisingly weird
1:05 that sampling is pretty good i like.
1:15 this live slicing thing works surprisingly well. you could use this to dj to be honest. using slicin on the fly. not that i DJ or anything so I probably don't know what
1:45 More SPIN THAT SH please
1:53 this is a beautiful part
I like this experiment a lot and that's why i'm giving it 4/5 because it's just awesome. i rate pretty harshly sometimes but yeah this is great ;0
I feel like the tempo change would've worked better if I exported the elements (drum track, bassline, etc) and dropped them into a new project where the tempo was the average of the 2 tempos. Then I would've been able to use delay again. And I could've dropped in some new elements and had a better idea of where they were relative to the other elements. I dunno.
Glad you dug the "live dj" part. I wasn't sure how to feel about it. It was a little too inconvenient a process for me to use on a regular basis.
Thanks for the review!