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How I Teach the Children

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Yeah, I made this in about 10 minutes for the challenge we all know. I pretty much just used slightly tweaked, self-made presets inside of Serum. I know it is not very good, so don't kill me please. The mixing and mastering is far from par, the loop itself is repetitive, and the transitions aren't the best.

Yes. I realise I am bashing my own track here, haha. Though, I am more preparing you for what is to come.

Also, if you know where these voice samples are from I love you. c:



Probably my second fav just cause of the title and the picture? is that a didgeridoo in the song picture thing?! ahah thats funny

MollusK-Music responds:

Tis a didge

Sound design is pretty awesome :D

all you need is some epic composition and more kinds of sounds :D

MollusK-Music responds:

Thanks, man. If you've seen any of my other posts, you would mist likely know I take great pride in my sound design. So, that means a lot. I would have loved to use a wide variety of sounds. But, like I said, the challenge was 10 minutes so I didn't have time to make more than a couple sounds. If I sacrificed anything to make the time, it would have been mixing and mastering, and that is a no-no. Especially when you're like me and forget that your monitors balance audio, so you add way too much sub.

Thanks for the review though. Cheers c:

if i had serum id ask you for these presets :3

MollusK-Music responds:

Glad you liked the sounds, dude. Sound design really is my strong suit. So, if you ever did get Serum and wanted some sounds, I would more than happy to deliver.

Cheers, man c:

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4.00 / 5.00

Mar 2, 2016
10:13 PM EST
File Info
727.1 KB
38 sec

Licensing Terms

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