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DeliKuvveti

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  1. I had been craving stuff like the FM-heavy era of Autechre myself and came up with this track somewhat recently: https://delikuvveti.bandcamp.com/track/ii-3. If you're into AE, there is a good chance that you might find something to like here.
  2. Congrats on starting to make tunes! Some lovely moments there - I like "Ice" ๐Ÿ‘ I think I would mix some of the percussive elements a bit lower, they sound a tad loud in some of your tracks like "Ayn". That is what you might be going for deliberately (to highlight the beats) though. For my taste, I would've have loved them to be a bit lower in the mix.
  3. Loving noisy-ass FM stuff recently. Some of you might enjoy this mess as well ๐Ÿ˜ https://delikuvveti.bandcamp.com/track/iiiiiiii
  4. Speaking of long tracks, I made this one recently. Those who like icy Alva Noto-esque ambiance might find something to like here.
  5. Thanks, been doing some harsh stuff with FM, with this one I wanted some soothing FM ๐Ÿ™‚
  6. 1:15 onwards is pretty good! I would just build the whole track around that section.
  7. Generative pieces aside - this is my longest track so far, I think it has a spectral vibe to it (I hope so, at least ๐Ÿ™‚)
  8. Dirge-y and cinematic! I enjoyed a number of moments especially in the second half of this apocalyptic journey ๐Ÿ™‚
  9. An ambient-ish track based on FM synthesis: https://delikuvveti.bandcamp.com/track/iiiiii
  10. Thanks. It's all Max/MSP, really. No hardware synths or drum machines or stuff like that. I would say it is just unconventional sequencing and inter-relating sub components using some common parameters (like every nth time a kick is hit, trigger a snare hit that is slightly different in pitch than the previous hit). A good amount of modulation is there as well, again by using parameters that are used in other parts of the patch. I am quite hesitant to call the patch/process generative though - I'd say 95% of this is deterministic. That is not to say that I try to avoid randomization, not
  11. Pardon the cheeky title ๐Ÿ˜› Always a sucker for Autechre-style broken beats and FM-synthesized soundscapes ๐Ÿค˜ Here is my take on it: https://delikuvveti.bandcamp.com/track/ii-3
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