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  1. Made a 5 min collage of some loops I made in Ableton last year. Enjoy!
  2. To me he is one of the few pushing the genre forward, by miles. Maybe the only one actually. Beats and sound design are top level and you know it's him just 2 sec into a track. Such a distinctive sound
  3. Maybe someone else already discovered this but I couldn't remember where I heard that distorted drum machine loop on Luke Vibert's remix and now I know. It's this one:
  4. Yep, one of the many unreleased creations by him that a lot of people would love to hear in higher quality once for all 😞
  5. He knows what he's doing and I like everything he produces so I trust him, more than happy to hear this. There's also some unreleased material on YouTube that I've been listening to recently (Stairwell, Cold Planet, True Love VIP, ...). Very cool stuff, distinctive sound.
  6. Congrats! Nice little synth, very digital but organic. They also just released this apparently:
  7. I guess it's all about enjoying the process, more than the final result. You might recreate something similar ITB but having an actual instrument, cables and other hardware mess for some people is what drives them to certain tones, sequences and so on
  8. Good job! Always thought the same thing, maybe something like Kawai K1, but as you said it was just the same sample used for the vocals. How genius! I discovered that by watching this video, actually:
  9. Fashion + IDM makes me think about Mike Paradinas wearing his full Rick Owens outfits.
  10. Nice one Bro! Pads for days. Also https://www.nilsschneider.de/wp/nils-k1v/
  11. Love the part around 35 secs of Bell Workout. Pure funk
  12. FM is super cool but to me it always needs some "organic" to be added into, like DAC color, distortion, resampling from speakers, etc. At the moment I like to make patches on Ableton's operator, mostly bass, drums and pads, then sample them and play with filtering, distortion, sample start and so on on the Model Samples. Thinking of buying a hardware fm synth, though. There are many cool options. There was this Synset by Fingersonic in the works which looked promising but if I remember correctly they guy behind the company was hired by Behringer and ended the project. With some patience you can achieve a lot of cool stuff, like this (not me):
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