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  1. took the beat from Xper (posted on the 26th), developed it a bit and got this out of it
  2. this is an update to the track i posted back on may 10th
  3. i'd love to hear the before and after mastering of a track from a WATMM-er. does anybody have an example they'd like to share? i'm especially interested in one that the original artist / composer is satisfied with.
  4. i have one, it's not terrible, actually. the architecture is weird, tho. patches are built upon tones, and tones are where you can tweak filter settings, waveforms and such. i mostly just tweak the tones and leave patches as is. i could probably get some pretty huge sounds from it by embracing the architecture more, but the synth takes a bit of patience. i still don't understand the envelopes very well in it, but i've been able to get some good sounds out of it. i typically use it for pads and leads, though i've gotten decent bass patches out of the unit as well. it's got a nice digital sound to it, but it's pretty sterile sounding as well. the drum sounds are ok if you like that kind of late '80s sound, but they are pretty weak otherwise. in the past, i used a behringer bcr 2000 to design patches, but after that was broken, i just tweak the settings by hand nowadays, though i don't do much sound design on it for now.
  5. another painting, this one might be called "Wake"
  6. Out now through Pr0gramma. "In true Rephlex fashion, Snack Master unloads nearly an hour’s worth of eclectic bass heavy work. Breakbeat Lifestyle really pushes open the theme with clean smacking breaks spliced with a catchy and drifting melodic RPG battle sequence. The wide phasing basslines, dissonant FX, and chopped drummer takes slowly swell through the Snack Master namesake sampling “Bass Work” and “Aggression” to a precipice, the banger of a techno track, “Mysterious Journey” opening up to some BOC-leaning raw melodic experiments. “Music For The Car part 2” takes a bit of a detuned percussive detour exploring an early 90s Universal Indicator-like experiment. This is clearly a very serious collection of tracks that will surely help usher in new obsessions to some now dusty essential listens."
  7. i ended up resampling reaction for another track. this one is likely still a draft
  8. sounds like a banger in the making
  9. hey, thanks! i'm pretty sure that i achieved that sound by hitting the kicks pretty aggressively with ableton's amp simulator and then finishing it off with a gate to trim off the rumbly tail.
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