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Pickle Rich

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  1. Sorry, "Reaper, Reason, Renoise" get's me wires crossed. Cheers
  2. creative arrangement and smooth sounds! Synth sounds could flux a little more for my taste. Great job!
  3. I like #3,4. Both emotional fields I don't mind residing in for a short spell. Ever listen to the boats? They have some good compositional I ideas that I think your music would benefit from
  4. I like your visual aesthetic. Goes nicely with your sound choices. Not to agro, not overly complicated, but sufficiently emotionally engaging.
  5. I like this. great pacing, nice sounds. Cool that you did it all in reaper. I've been wanting to learn that one. How long did it take ya to finish something like this? Suggestions according to my tastes. -intro is a little long without sound variation -could use a couple more melodic elements to round it all out
  6. If he's as smart as his music leads me to think he is, that mask is about opening up the potential for some "passive income". ie. go see a masked man you think is TJ mash some buttons and fist pump. Since performing is where the money is at, outsource that shit. Then the real TJ could stay home and make more chew-ins. Toms on a "god tier, life affirming, annoy my old lady un-apologetically" list for me. If I don't get something he's released I blame myself. I buy everything he puts out just as a means of ritual offering to the spirits of art. Live long and write!!!
  7. Thanks. Some good ideas in there. A little random for my taste but definitely in the right direction.
  8. Yea I have ableton and like drum racks. Thank you so much for the feedback. To be more specific im thinking of taking a break and chopping it up + variations on it's componet sounds + relevant additional drum herbs and spices. For example getting a tempo for a break and cutting it into quarters, then using an octave for pitched snare, pitched bass drum, then an octave for effected hits, layered hits... etc. Basically just one big drum rack for a song that I can sequence. I'm feeling out how people approach this style of working. Like Squarepushers has those reaktor samplers he uses so he can just bust a midi cc and get "sp-style fx #1" on this note and so on. Just his set up is super complex beyond my current ability to suss out. But I'd like to see how he approaches his sample maps too. Anyone else?
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