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zylinderz

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    Trap

    My first trap track, don't listen when epileptic or anxiety issues 🤡
  2. Thanks. No, it doesn't really (40% when non-exclusive), but it has a lot of traffic and if you make some good sales.. it can be. You make music for libraries too?
  3. Got carried away while writing licensing music for AudioJungle, ended up with this reflective piano soundscape track. Hope you guys like it. Cheers. Bye. See you.
  4. Thanks a lot Squee! Good ears, didn't notice that, listened too much atonal music I guess 😉 Will fix that once's it's accepted at AJ. Thanks for your feedback.
  5. Thank you! Yeah not sure about the bass, always a problematic area... Good ears you heard the subtle delays on the piano with you lap speakers. Wanted it to fuse a bit are the arpeg there.
  6. Hey guys, Been experimenting with making production music last months. Also as a motivational tool to build a portfolio for e.a. cinema, video games and advertising soundtracks. Curious what you guys think of the output! Any tips on mastering and mix are very welcome of course, or harmony, which I'm not that familiar with as a previously experimental noise maker 😉 Main tools btw: Ableton 10, Spitfire instruments, Ozone8, Serum and Prism Cheers
  7. Hello hello, Low Arts Club invited me for a mix (and interview), for which I combined my own works and music that inspires me, varying from Aïscha Devi to Ben Frost, to duh… Autechre. Spend a lot of time on this, as I really wanted the different tracks to blend/morph, in a way that the end result would sound like one long piece… one long drift, wonder how you guys perceive this! https://lowartsclub.com/FLUQS Really like their webdesign, fits with the the mix I think, but here's the SC link as well: Cheers!
  8. Thanks, yeah big fan of Actress!
  9. Thanks again! Here's a new mastered version I did for Soul Feeder's compilation EAposting#4: Great compilation, lots of variety yet a shared interest for experimental club inspired music, leftfield, soundscapes, etc: Cheers
  10. Made a new track for the Italian Biodiversita Records, for their latest compilation 'Digital Diagenesis'. Inspired by the stirring of club music and the (micro)textures of contemporary electronics, it got to this heavy blend, first track of the album. Also first time I got a track mastered by somebody else. Wonder what you guys think! Full compilation and options to download here: https://biodiversitarecords.bandcamp.com/album/digital-diagenesis Cheers
  11. Like it! Really dig the rhythm, really groovy and playful. Hard to detect the reducing, but like it for how it's unpredictable for me. Cheers
  12. New track online! Faster build-up than my previous tracks, almost poppy? :/ Don't ask me what the title means. Cheers
  13. Thanks! It's not gonna be d&b though, more some kind of abstract beats.. I'll drop it here when it's done
  14. Work in progress, this will be part of a longer track. Development might get slower aswell, or atleast when performed in a live setting. Curious what you guys think so far! Work in progress, an intro of a longer track. Development will be slower aswell, atleast in a live setting. Any feedback is welcome!
  15. Well there's so much going on, like being on a crowded square. So not surprised and really enjoy that aspect. Too bad cpu is a bitch.
  16. Great album, but would like this band so much better if they reduced the vocals by like 80%
  17. Great stuff! Love these organic, glitchy textures and how they unfold over time. Totally my cup of tea. So what do you use to make this? ;)
  18. Ooh sounds promising this SpecOp! Wanna delve more into spectral transformations, and this looks like a great tool (together with Michael Norris' Soundmagic, check it!) All the granular devices I mentioned are maxforlive though, so hope you got the Suite.
  19. Yeah it's great, just so clear and easy. Check out Grainery and Grain Mill aswell :) It's not really mastered yet. Just spend a long time on mixing it, and like to keep the heavy dynamics as they are I guess. (Beat part could be louder though)
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