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Today is Saturday which means yaaaaay it's time for another post because nobody is gonna see my posts at 7:00 at night.
So, me and an artist named AzeXiR decided to collaborate on a track. Most likely dubstep, typically 140 BPM. What will make this collab really interesting is that we have different DAW's. But since we both have audio editors, we'll make it work. We're going to call the track Voltage, because I like that word :333333.
Also, I've made little progress on my drumstep track. It's either going to be called .:Lunar Pulse:. or .:Lunar Energy:. because just .:Lunar:. sounds really cliche. The thing is, same with literally every dubstep/drumstep/glitch hop track I've attempted, it's the drops that are hard to make.
When I styled .:This is the End:. I just layered that growl over the strings. Some thought that was a horrible idea, which begs the question if you guys are going to like the Raining Lake remix or that calmer style in general. The problem is not that I don't know how to place wobbles and growls. I can easily throw a bunch of growls together and call that a drop. Usually, there's some form of melody in a dubstep drop. It's why I've never understood the difference between dubstep and melodic dubstep. I would call a track like this melodic dubstep, while some may argue it's just normal dubstep. Technically, everything is melodic.
Enough of that pointless rant, making the drop for this drumstep track will be difficult. I really like everything before the drop as well. I think I'll just draft a few and post them on to a thread to see which one people like. I'm honestly hoping to god the mods don't remove the thread and redirect me to the review for review thread over a few 10 second previews-
aND because I get so carried away, I forgot what I was even trying to explain. Usually, in a drop, there's some form of melody. Even if it's chords playing every half a measure, the track will sound super empty without some notes playing. As I said previously, if I can push through it once I can push through it every time. I need to stop this giving up because I'm not going through another 3 months of just releasing 16 bar loops because I can't advance beyond that point.
Also, if you haven't listened to the preview of the track, here it is again just in case.
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