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Old 22-03-2017, 01:19 AM   #1
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Let me know you what you think!
After a long period of struggling with song structure I decided to let my experimental self solve this problem.
I gave the tired breakbeats a little rest in this too.

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Re: [Beatless Epic Grainy] Null Wave - Next To Walking Dead

I really enjoyed this. Quite different from what I remember you posting in the past--a lot of sampled breakbeat workouts (which were all great btw). This is a path to puruse for you I think. I'd listen to another experiment like this, turned out quite well.

You were using Akai rack samplers in the past? You still working with hardware?

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I enjoyed it a lot. Your rich synth and the final touch on the last 10 seconds nailed it - just when I thought there was nothing to look forward but a fadeout!
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I really enjoyed this. Quite different from what I remember you posting in the past--a lot of sampled breakbeat workouts (which were all great btw). This is a path to puruse for you I think. I'd listen to another experiment like this, turned out quite well.

You were using Akai rack samplers in the past? You still working with hardware?
Great! You seem to be catching my drift. Since the past year I've done a couple of applied audio jobs and working for the screen has influenced my way of telling a story in electronic driven music.
I've done my share of breakbeat chopping and honestly, the thought of persuing that sound alone depresses me (they still work wonders for live sets, though!)

Since those days I've swapped the samplers for a pc which has helped me tremendously in every aspect. Sold off lots of shit but kept my favourites, which I'm currently setting up, actually. Now it's a bit of a hybrid and I feel totally in touch with 2017.

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