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Circuit Bored - Earake

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Credits & Info

Uploaded
Nov 21, 2015 | 5:45 PM EST
File Info
Song
8.4 MB
4 min 39 sec
Score
3.93 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 3.93 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
709 Plays | 38 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Indie
Tags:
original
dub
bass
electronic

Author Comments

Feel free to check out the free HQ downloads i offer at https://circuit-bored.bandcamp.com/
Just enter the price of 0 dollars.

Also I would love for you to follow me on soundloud, plus you get my music first that way : ) https://soundcloud.com/circuit-bored

The majority of this song is electric guitar, and acoustic guitar. The bass guitar is just guitar I recorded slap bass style and then dropped down 1 full octave to get the deep sound that fit the song. The song itself is a rather odd mesh up of trip-hop and dub elements. The beginning sample is from an old school Garfield vinyl that I recorded at the wrong speed to get the high pitch sound that I was fond of. Then I messed with the vinyl to get a subtle warped sound. Also in the song are some synths I played then recorded and reversed . The song is called Earake based off the fact I have had earaches for the past week and the loud broken rise I made sort of mimics the feeling.

For even more music check out Samurai Dance Party which consists of Arapaho and I.

Feel free to remix or add some vocals or rap to the song, just credit me and message me when you are done. I also prefer you to keep the vocals clean if possible.

Reviews


DarkBlueFXDarkBlueFX

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wow, that intro was weird as hell. WHICH IS AWESOME! I'm likin the slap bass too and the reverb on the percussion. At the transition at 2:12, I think you should have some transitional element there, whether it be a noise ramp or a crash. Maybe one leading into the transition to give the impression of a 'false-drop' or just a crash out into the next part, or both. This song makes me think of a desert cave kinda. One thing I absolutely love is your methodology, it seems very 'daft-punk' like for you to utilize real recorded elements the way you do with an electronic spin on it. Keep that shit up.


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BoredMusic responds:

Awesome! I don't know why, but now i totally hear a desert cave. I love the idea of actually using a rise noise ramp, more for a transition rather than just a bigger drop. good idea.