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Very Metal: Shockwave, BLEASS Slow Machine, Gauss x 2, and a shedload of fx

edited March 31 in Creations

One for the Dark Side... I was actually surprised how much like metal guitar a synth app on the IPad could scream if pushed... the ahem ‘solo’ kicks in at 1:06... the only pitched instrument used was the Shockwave synth, playing a fairly basic preset.

For the avoidance of doubt, no guitars were harmed in the making of this track. :)

Quite pleased with the beats, which were a combo of SynthDrum, Fractal Beats, Rozeta XOX for stability and Physicles Gravity for that random off kilter effect. Got kind of a ‘24’ style doom countdown clock thing going on.

Creepy noises courtesy of excellent physical modeller Objeq on the Fractal Beats in a couple of Gauss loops, with BLEASS Slowmachine in attendance.

Also shout-outs to YaleD reverse delay, and Atom 2, sequencing the Shockwave from midi captured from an initial Cykle/Aphelian loop I made at the noodling stage. And just about every reverb and distortion I’ve got. Or to put it another way...

All of the things.

Kind of this...

... Aaaaand cue a right old din. :)

(Felt I had to get back to my roots after the last two tracks turned out surprisingly mellow. I fear this means I may have lost some of my new listeners...)

Comments

  • Your best yet, I think. All sounds have their own space and do not crowd each other.

  • edited April 1

    @Philandering_Bastard : thank you, and thanks for the listen! Yes I do sometimes have a problem with the ‘more is more’ approach :)

    It stems from my insecurity as a not-musician, I think. I find it easier to pile stuff onto an initial short noodle of an idea, vertically, as it were, since I lack the muso chops to extend it much harmonically/horizontally...

  • @Svetlovska said:
    @Philandering_Bastard : thank you, and thanks for the listen! Yes I do sometimes have a problem with the ‘more is more’ approach :)

    It stems from my insecurity as a not-musician, I think. I find it easier to pile stuff onto an initial short noodle of an idea, vertically, as it were, since I lack the muso chops to extend it much harmonically/horizontally...

    For a non-musician you’re doing pretty damn well I’d say. Fake it until you make it and all that. Happy Easter!

  • That was a splendid trip into the heart of an intense organic machine, lovely work and a real complete feeling to it.

  • @krupa: thank you! It’s knowing that the stuff gets listened to that keeps me trying to do it :)

  • @Svetlovska said:
    @krupa: thank you! It’s knowing that the stuff gets listened to that keeps me trying to do it :)

    Same here to some extent, though mild obsessiveness is part of it for me 😁

  • This is some absurdly delicious track! :yum: :yum:
    Love all the sound design and processing you delivered :heart:

  • Great!

  • @senhorlampada @Frank303 : thanks both for the kind words and the listens :)

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