Post your August 2015 track

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Post your August 2015 track

Post by beats me » Tue Aug 04, 2015 4:41 pm

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Post by re:dream » Thu Aug 06, 2015 12:54 am

Couldn't sleep.



This one came together in one hour. Nice when that happens.

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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by Da hand » Thu Aug 06, 2015 2:44 am

re:dream wrote:Couldn't sleep.

This one came together in one hour. Nice when that happens.
Very nice! Love the atmosphere.

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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by aisling » Thu Aug 06, 2015 7:09 am

Da hand wrote:
re:dream wrote:Couldn't sleep.

This one came together in one hour. Nice when that happens.
Very nice! Love the atmosphere.
Totally agree, very enjoyable track!
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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by re:dream » Thu Aug 06, 2015 3:17 pm

Thank you for the kind comments :oops:

While I am at it, here's another one. 8)

I've taken to getting up at 04h30 to have time for music. Evening are just too full of dealing with teenagers, domestic management and so on. It seems to be paying off.

This was also just a quick sketch, two hours. This one is the first one in which I tried to actually, like sing. OK, heavily disguised with vocoder :roll: . But hey. And it's in Afrikaans, too :mrgreen:

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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by aisling » Thu Aug 06, 2015 8:11 pm

re:dream wrote:Thank you for the kind comments :oops:

While I am at it, here's another one. 8)

I've taken to getting up at 04h30 to have time for music. Evening are just too full of dealing with teenagers, domestic management and so on. It seems to be paying off.

This was also just a quick sketch, two hours. This one is the first one in which I tried to actually, like sing. OK, heavily disguised with vocoder :roll: . But hey. And it's in Afrikaans, too :mrgreen:
Another good one, you seem to have been graced by the muse, well wishes for continued creativity and inspiration. I have a 12 year old and a 9 (going on 23) year old, so I get the creative complications that arise with parenting responsibilities.
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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by Da hand » Thu Aug 13, 2015 6:03 am

re:dream wrote:Thank you for the kind comments :oops:

While I am at it, here's another one. 8)

I've taken to getting up at 04h30 to have time for music. Evening are just too full of dealing with teenagers, domestic management and so on. It seems to be paying off.

This was also just a quick sketch, two hours. This one is the first one in which I tried to actually, like sing. OK, heavily disguised with vocoder :roll: . But hey. And it's in Afrikaans, too :mrgreen:
Great track as well! Yes, we gotta make time for production any way we can. The voice works very well I think. Can't wait for the next one :)

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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by Richie Witch » Sun Aug 16, 2015 3:31 pm

Took a break from the usual trancy-techno-y-industrial stuff I usually do to create something quiet and peaceful. Every once in a while, my late night jam sessions lead to this:

https://soundcloud.com/richiewitch/piano-no-3
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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by garyboozy » Wed Aug 19, 2015 12:32 pm

late night sample hackjob noodlings
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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by slatepipe » Fri Aug 21, 2015 10:40 pm

https://theslatepipebanjodraggers.bandc ... a-aug-1015

got back from vienna the other day and just got this together from the stuff i recorded there. went to the big flea market but didn't buy anything, went on that massively high fairground carousel which goes up 90 metres or so, drank plenty beer, ate schnitzel and saw plenty art. wow it was hot there, 36 degrees :o :x

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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by slatepipe » Sat Aug 22, 2015 8:53 pm

i got given the stems from a track by a singer songwriter that i know and i've spent the last month knackering them up and building something new with my own blend of nonsense incorporated into the finished thingy.

you can watch and hear it here : https://vimeo.com/136874895
and i put it on my website here : http://slatepipe.co.uk/two-night-the-sl ... e-jemmett/

you can listen to the original track, called tonight, via itunes on her website here : http://sadiejemmett.com/
i've never used itunes so i can't vouch for this but it should work ok

cheers :)

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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by Tarekith » Sun Aug 23, 2015 4:03 pm

re:dream wrote:Couldn't sleep.

This one came together in one hour. Nice when that happens.
Groovey, introspective, I dig it. What's making the glitchy vocal filtered sounds?

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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by Tarekith » Sun Aug 23, 2015 4:05 pm

re:dream wrote:While I am at it, here's another one. 8)

I've taken to getting up at 04h30 to have time for music. Evening are just too full of dealing with teenagers, domestic management and so on. It seems to be paying off.
I like the vibe on this one too, though that snare drum is driving me crazy for some reason. Vocals sound fine to me in that vocoded way :)

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Re: Post your August 2015 track

Post by Tarekith » Sun Aug 23, 2015 4:07 pm

Richie Witch wrote:Took a break from the usual trancy-techno-y-industrial stuff I usually do to create something quiet and peaceful. Every once in a while, my late night jam sessions lead to this:

https://soundcloud.com/richiewitch/piano-no-3
Needs loads of reverb :) I like the motif you're playing, just got a little repetitive and I started focusing on the raw sounds more than what you were playing. Needs something to cary a bit more in those empty spaces. Just opinions obviously :)

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