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Daru925
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190 posts since 20 Mar, 2015, from Nerima, Tokyo
Voted! On to zebralette now.
generaldiomedes
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502 posts since 14 Apr, 2017, from Canada

Postby generaldiomedes; Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:56 pm Re: One Synth Challenge #103 - Noisetar by NUSofting (Voting Started!)

I am kind of shocked there are 31 entries
doctorbob
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1124 posts since 7 Mar, 2014
Yeah! Lots of entries. Very hard to separate the big batch in the middle range! Once you go with the typical Noisetar sounds, bangs, bumpos, thunders etc, then I find I have to look for something different in the tracks in terms of creativity. Very hard indeed. So many in the 3 category - I will probably elevate a few, and demote a few to try to get a more even spread - but, I hope I am not the only one struggling here to be as fair as possible ...

Good luck everyone though - and simply well done getting an entry in at all ...

dB
mehum
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419 posts since 24 Feb, 2015, from Stockholm, Sweden
Very impressive, all of you!

I gave this synth an hour of so of my attention and gave up :P
ilmai
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222 posts since 25 Aug, 2016, from Helsinki, Finland
Voted!

Voting was almost as hard as taming Noisetar, good job everyone who managed to complete a track! I'll go back and give feedback later if/when I have time, there were some really interesting uses of the synth in this one.
Dj Pomme
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34 posts since 27 Jul, 2017
I failed again ^^
I had started a bunch of other loops to find something I liked, left it for a few days, and when I had only a few hours to mix up everything, I realized every sound tuning had changed ^^. I hadn't the time to articulate a full song actually.
I'm happy I had realeased an early wip !
Hanz Meyzer
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757 posts since 20 Oct, 2014
Voted. Nice what you got out of this synth :lol:
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mmGhost
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186 posts since 24 Aug, 2009, from CO, USA
Daru925 wrote:Voted! On to zebralette now.

is zebralette the tool of choice for october?
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bjporter
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2566 posts since 18 Dec, 2010, from North America
mmGhost wrote:
Daru925 wrote:Voted! On to zebralette now.

is zebralette the tool of choice for october?



Indeed: viewtopic.php?p=6885379#p6885379
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Darksynth FX
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136 posts since 14 May, 2016, from Vienna
Voted.
Female dark synth producer.
https://soundcloud.com/darksynth-fx
Spyart
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4 posts since 2 Aug, 2013
Voted!
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] Peter:H [
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571 posts since 22 Sep, 2016
Voted.

It's interesting to see who took over control in your tracks: Some participants let lose and gave the control into the hands of the synth, others were able to squeeze the synth into their frame of music...
Local Man
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248 posts since 30 May, 2017
Voted.
Due to the degree of difficulty with this synth I guess you could say I voted "on the curve" to some degree with this one. That said, there were some fantastic contributions that I would have thought sounded good even if I didn't know they were mad with noisetar. But I must say that knowing how difficult it is to wield this beast, I scored high the tracks where I could hear the most effort and patience. The lazier tracks (even though there may have been things I liked about them) were the ones that got lower scores from me.
Anyway, good luck to all.
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Medniex
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57 posts since 16 Apr, 2017, from Rīga
Voted.

So much good entries. Looks like that for few this month was not challenging enough :D
KO :ud:
generaldiomedes
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502 posts since 14 Apr, 2017, from Canada

Postby generaldiomedes; Wed Oct 04, 2017 11:35 am Re: One Synth Challenge #103 - Noisetar by NUSofting (Voting Started!)

] Peter:H [ wrote:Voted.

It's interesting to see who took over control in your tracks: Some participants let lose and gave the control into the hands of the synth, others were able to squeeze the synth into their frame of music...


I would frame it the opposite - some gave control over to the effects, while others resisted :)
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