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Garbage - Automatic Systematic Habit - Drumstep vs DnB Remix

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Lady J
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1814 posts since 4 Apr, 2002, from Seattle, WA, USA

Postby Lady J; Fri Oct 19, 2012 10:28 pm Garbage - Automatic Systematic Habit - Drumstep vs DnB Remix

I just finished this and would be interested in your feedback, particularly if you are a fan of either genre, or just like Garbage.


http://archive.org/download/Garbage-Aut ... sRemix.mp3
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Postby ouroboros; Wed Oct 24, 2012 10:11 pm

Hi Lady J,
Hope all is well. Friday nite must've been a tough sell.
As for my input - take it w/ a grain of salt. I like Garbage, dubstep not as much.

It might be the encoding, but the levels were kind of distorting for for me, esp at the beginning. Also, I would like some more panning involved. It sounds like most percs are mono'd and the synths go wide.

It is a really frenetic piece, but straight down the rails. I would love for filter sweeps that were a bit longer, and I could go for the dnb rhythms to be brought out more; a tough task given the fullness of the song.

The structure of it missed me at first - it's fast and the drops aren't pronounced so it feels a bit like a rush from the beginning to end. I am sure my ear was anticipating the Garbage Structure. I really loved the house-y stabs,too. They surprised me.

Hope that's worth reading. Good job keeping the elements clear and adding some interesting figures. I enjoy your offerings.
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Lady J
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1814 posts since 4 Apr, 2002, from Seattle, WA, USA

Postby Lady J; Thu Nov 29, 2012 8:43 am

ouroboros wrote:Hi Lady J,
Hope all is well. Friday nite must've been a tough sell.
As for my input - take it w/ a grain of salt. I like Garbage, dubstep not as much.

It might be the encoding, but the levels were kind of distorting for for me, esp at the beginning. Also, I would like some more panning involved. It sounds like most percs are mono'd and the synths go wide.

It is a really frenetic piece, but straight down the rails. I would love for filter sweeps that were a bit longer, and I could go for the dnb rhythms to be brought out more; a tough task given the fullness of the song.

The structure of it missed me at first - it's fast and the drops aren't pronounced so it feels a bit like a rush from the beginning to end. I am sure my ear was anticipating the Garbage Structure. I really loved the house-y stabs,too. They surprised me.

Hope that's worth reading. Good job keeping the elements clear and adding some interesting figures. I enjoy your offerings.


Thank you very very much for your feedback. I will go back to work on it using your input and maybe post another version of it next month.

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