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No. 26

Man as soon as I made Expamsion, I've just been on a roll, there isn't much special in this one, it's just a really solid entry. There are unique things, but they're mostly very subtle...

1. FINALLY I found a way to include my preset for the GMS, Digital Space, in a song! I made that back when I was making Alien lullaby, my 7th one, and I've been meaning to use it ever since!

2. I did use a few more presets for the GMS I wouldn't usually use than normal, mostly basic 80's sounding ones that I disregarded as too basic the first time I heard them, but now have come to appreciate...

3. This is the very first time I used a preset made by me from scratch with the GMS, I had made quite a few presets, but until now they'd all been modification of already existing presets... The ones I had made at the time were:

- Deep Space (Made from Pulsar)
- Digital Space (Made from Pulsar)
- Blue Lightning (Made from Blue Velvet)
- Blue Solid (Made from Blue Velvet)
- Atmospheric (Made from Andromeda)
- Afraid of heights (Made from Gatechord)
- Retro Evil Laugh (Made from Robot grime)
- Speaking Space (Made from Talking Bass)
- Yay (Made from Vocal Dub)
- Beaow (Made from Powertrip)

and this features a new one from scratch, Aggressive 2!

4. This time I remembered to add panning.

5. This time I added a bassline at almost every section to fill in the gaps...


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2.68 / 5.00

May 28, 2016
8:05 AM EDT
Drum N Bass
File Info
17.9 MB
7 min 49 sec

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