xracecar
Level 13 Chipist
 
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feedback in pants 
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Karmic Potential
 
  39th/60   Σ21.742   Oct 28th 2017 5:46pm
 
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Inside me is Karmic Potential. Used either for good or evil.


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91592
Level 20 Chipist
post #91592 :: 2017.10.25 10:02am
  
  Tobikomi and Post-retro liēkd this
"in the jungle, the mighty jungle"
 
 
91593
Level 13 Chipist
post #91593 :: 2017.10.25 10:04am
  
  maxvdub liēkd this
yeah i noticed that too when i was writing it
 
 
91708
Level 6 Grafxicist
post #91708 :: 2017.10.31 9:11pm
Nice!
 
 
91929
Level 18 Pixelist
post #91929 :: 2017.11.06 1:39pm
The song itself is ok, but does it even leverage any FM synthesis?
 
 
91944
Level 13 Chipist
post #91944 :: 2017.11.06 7:46pm
  
  MiDoRi liēkd this
Yes actually, the bassline is a waveshaped fm synth, and the main melody is a distorted fm synth with all the other stuff.
 
 
91952
Level 21 Chipist
post #91952 :: 2017.11.07 10:07am
oh yayy some fartbass! (in case you hadn't noticed from my own entries, I'm a fartbass fan...) Nice big atmosphere with all that heavy reverb, I bet this would sound really big played loudly through club monitors. Although I think the snare gets a bit lost with that much reverb, and might benefit from being brought up closer in the mix (the verb tail sounds great, but the initial hit/snap needs more of the dry snare to come through) IMO... but sounds good either way if you decide to leave it as is so take my advice with a grain of salt lol. Also you may not realize this, but the sub is kind of phasing in and out in the intro (some of those bass notes are having the sub frequencies dropped); and also in the melody around 1:33, you hit an F on the bass/sub and then jump to a higher F octave (and then the D and A# follow that kind of octave pattern) the higher F octave notes are lacking a punch from the subs as well, but this is probably because the higher F octave notes don't really have much sub presence. Not sure what the sub phasing issue would be, but if worse comes to worse, in this sort of scenario you can always throw a solid sub in there as a new instrument, and low cut the subs from the main bass sound.

But anyway, really cool uplifting EDM stuff man! Keep it up, this could be in a commercial/tvshow/movie!
 
 
92204
Level 10 Criticist
post #92204 :: 2017.11.17 11:49pm
Needs less compressor, things get all wobbly in some parts...
 
 

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