The buildup to 2:44 is a bit cheesy. The new weuaoweuwe section at 3:06 is great though. Also lovely outro.
Hello. It's another piece of Schism Tracker magic, done without post-processing. It's descriptioncore for a remix for the usual reason: to demonstrate that I didn't use external samples by reserving the rest of this space for my list of modifications.
This is a list of what I did to each sample:
- I used Renoise 2.7.2 and applied a 24db Moog bandpass filter with the Frequency at 0.15 kHz and the resonance at 0%. The Inertia was set to Instant. It was then played at the default pitch, sent to Wiretap Pro, and then looped as desired so that I could get the bass. The resulting sample that was used is only the bass at the very start.
- Chopped up the sample to used individual drums, without filtering.
- Singled out the horns at the start and end, also without filtering.
- Managed to produce a synth bass-like effect with Renoise 2.7.2. I used a Fold Distortion with Drive at 50%, Tone at 0%, Wet Mix at 0 dB, and dry mix essentially set to mute. I added a 24dB Moog Bandpass filter with the frequency at 0.36 kHz, the resonance at 0%, and the Inertia at Instant. I also made a copy of this and applied Schism Tracker's filter.
- One shot of 400% amplication
- Another shot of 400% amplification
- ...and a third shot of 400% amplification to produce a square wave
- Octave-stacking a square wave gives it the 25% NES wave... kind of.
- The original sine wave was turned into a psuedo-saw wave through Renoise 2.7.2. All I had to do was apply a Shift Distortion at 100% drive and not bother with any of the others (tone at 0%, Wet mix at 0dB and Dry Mix essentially set to mute). I cut out the first part for your convenience(which might have gotten to your ears in the... clicky sense had I left it there).
Expect some offset magic (and even pitch overkill for a sample that is recognizable at lower pitches) as well.