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- 15, Male
- Washington, USA
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Some dubstephile who tries his hand at making his own. I also help out reporting stolen stuff to the Audio Portal Cleanup thread.
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Level 8 Audiophile
Ranked as Portal Security
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Well guys it's officially been a couple days since I released Dinosaurs, and oh my gosh this song has hit the charts. It recieved 1 like on SoundCloud, that's one more like than any of my other tracks! I have officially obtained some popularity, and popularity is good as long as it doesn't go to your head. I must, however, commemorate, this one like.
Ok, I'm sorry.
So, I've been trying to think of a new idea for a song. Something new, not just re-elaborating on an old track idea. I have a lot I could be doing. I've been making some chords that are really nice, I've been experimenting with certain things (like finding out some growl samples actually sound good reversed or pitch bent), I've been getting more familiar with Massive. Now I just need to establish some sort of bassline (no pun intended) for my next track. I actually may have something going for me though pretty soon. I'm sure anyone who has listened to Massive (I try too hard) amounts of dubstep probably is somewhat familiar with Barely Alive. Well, they're pretty common for using growls. One time they made this super complex growl patch in their remix of Getter and Datsik's Hollow Point. They released a tutorial and even a preset (later this was removed) and apparently people think it ruined dubstep. I have no clue why people think that, not many people use growls. Anyways, I tried following off their tutorial (although, it wasn't much of a tutorial they basically just did a run-through of what they did, I prefer more "step-by-step" kind of action) and not because I was planning on going full noob and using it, but because I wanted to see if it would guide me into knowing how to make my own growls instead of using samples/presets. Somehow I screwed up somewhere, because it sounds nothing like that patch. Although, it sounds pretty cool. So, I did make a short 16 bar loop with it, and it sounds really swishy and cool. Maybe, for the first time ever, I could actually use one of these experiments and make a song out of it. The little drop I made actually sounds promising, and maybe people will like it more than Dinosaurs. I'm still trying to try stuff out and develop a style, so if you hate my music that's not a permanent style (although some user did influence me to try Neurofunk so I'm going to venture into dark stuff one more time). Mayeb in the meantime I'll find a new idea, or maybe I'll get motivation to work on my abandoned stuff.
Oh yeah, and SoundCloud really needs to pull themselves together and do something about this-
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