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Eggs and Bacon [Long]

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I finally am installing all of my Native Instruments stuff. Going to be exciting. It's been two days, and honestly, the little SSD that it came with is a greater option than downloading and installing. But my enemy decided to trash the SSD and all it's files, so I wouldn't risk connecting it, since he damaged my software so bad, my brand spanking new hardware is f'n up. miserably f'n up.

This song is so much the staple of every breakfast lover and scifi lover too. It has the bacon a little through the end of the song, but starts off mushy like eggs. It was told to me that it sounds like Rise Above! one of my favorite first tracks without being a remix. Back in 2005-2006, I made a few tracks, and some of them are miserably rare. Because it sounds like I was learning the software before I could resume making music. I started off in 1994 making a song on my CASIO SA-5 Song Bank, and then kept making little snippets, I call scratchy's. Little made from scratch songs, that were lovely in their own way, on a casio I had forever until it was taken from me, and a yamaha that got trashed. Plus some pianos and keyboards along the way.

So this song sounds really exciting to me, and is totes happy. It has THE MESH like all techance genres have. And it has a little bit of scifi in it. Very dubstepish at the end. And all the happiness you can think of from techno to house. I call techance a drive it like you stole it smash genre. THE MESH includes many octaves and notations from all sorts of key starts, frequencies, and all sorts of colors smashed together in one high level of sound that will make you melt in every kind of serenity you can think of. THE MESH is supposed to smash keys together and frequencies and even octaves to provide a melting experience with no sense, or rhyme, but rhythm played in mind. The other thing about techance is that without percussion you have to take every sound and make it rhythmize so hardcore, it sounds like percussives. However, I really like sub ohm bass, and the percussion is my favorite to play with, providing a sub ohm bass experience, out the yin yang.

Made with FL Studio 20, sytrus, and sounds.com sounds provided by my 14 day trial.

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The eggs style intro reminded me almost a little of adventure time, which is nice, i mean if youre familiar you might know what elements remind me of it, not meant as anything but a compliment or simple comparison in style. This is good but at times felt a little harsh. I really liked the helicopter style chopping sound at the end. which is ironic because thats a sort of harsher sound innately but it sounded a little smoother than the section before it for some reason. Also the description is interesting, you should try not to make enemies who will try and trash ur stuff xD

Kelpalots responds:

LOTS OF BACON with those harsher sounds! Thanks for reminding me how video game this was, and how it could reflect. Adventure Time does seem to fit it too. That one episode with the core people and their goddess seems to feel a little unreal with how it seems to just fit!

As for the enemy, he did some major thing on our planet like TNTing a bunch of buildings. He doesn't like the fact he told me so either. I would have been blissfully unaware had he not told me these things. He happens to like to destroy people who are important too. And take all their money and worth. So naturally I DID NOT want an enemy, and he happen to be one, because I had worked hard making a lot of things happen for our planet. It totally destroyed his idea of destroying reality.

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Feb 12, 2020
4:27 PM EST
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4 min 50 sec

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