The best production/work/thingy that you made in 2009

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Re: The best production/work/thingy that you made in 2009

Post by davepermen » Thu Dec 31, 2009 12:01 am

I'm still learning much (a bit more than 1 year now in music production with ableton live..), so not much to see yet. but obviously, the stuff on my bandcamp page, that'll fill my first album is stuff i'm sorta proud of.

the newest track, last of this decade by me it'll be, i quite like. it's made 100% by operators.

that and more on http://soundcloud.com/davepermen, or what's the url? :)
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Re: The best production/work/thingy that you made in 2009

Post by djgroovy » Thu Dec 31, 2009 1:51 pm

Can't show anything yet, but the ones i'm most proud are some tracks i'm doing in colaboration with another forum regular here. Good stuff. :)
Also got another track of mine signed to a pretty good dance music label last month, done some generative ambient tracks which were a lot of fun and a departure from my usual, and got my own live/sample packs out.
A vintage year, this! :wink:

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Re: The best production/work/thingy that you made in 2009

Post by Tarekith » Thu Dec 31, 2009 2:54 pm

Considering I spent most of the year working on my newest album, I guess I'd have to vote for that:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/out-fr ... d343648359
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Re: The best production/work/thingy that you made in 2009

Post by Fizmarble » Thu Dec 31, 2009 8:54 pm

Nokatus wrote:This lo-fi urban infiltration project:

Every sound recorded acoustically via a microphone, but only improvised sound sources allowed; no conventional instruments. Only minimal processing allowed, so no artificial reverb either. Ended up infiltrating an old sewer tunnel to get appropriate reverb, and recording several props and bounced C-cassette takes in the dark during night time :)

More detailed description and the tune here:

http://lunarladder.kuutikkaat.net/downthedrain/
Beautiful song. Amazing realization of concept.
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Re: The best production/work/thingy that you made in 2009

Post by polyslax » Thu Dec 31, 2009 9:56 pm

Fizmarble wrote:
Nokatus wrote:This lo-fi urban infiltration project:

Every sound recorded acoustically via a microphone, but only improvised sound sources allowed; no conventional instruments. Only minimal processing allowed, so no artificial reverb either. Ended up infiltrating an old sewer tunnel to get appropriate reverb, and recording several props and bounced C-cassette takes in the dark during night time :)

More detailed description and the tune here:

http://lunarladder.kuutikkaat.net/downthedrain/
Beautiful song. Amazing realization of concept.
Agreed. For my personal taste I could use less cheesy organ, more atmosphere, but fantastic nonetheless.
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Re: The best production/work/thingy that you made in 2009

Post by 12 Theory » Thu Dec 31, 2009 10:38 pm

This one I'm most proud of for the year. I think because by the time I was finished with it, I really felt like I was free to try new things with sounds that I hadn't been trying before:

http://soundcloud.com/12-theory/12-theo ... ime-is-now

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