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KORRUPTION [industrial?]

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SyntheticAurality
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7384 posts since 2 Apr, 2002, from Austin, Texas, USA

Postby SyntheticAurality; Sat Jan 25, 2014 10:13 am KORRUPTION [industrial?]

After dozens of loops were mangled, effects twisted beyond their limits, about 2 weeks of work, somewhere near a 12-pack of beer and 1/2 a bottle of Russian vodka (over two weeks, not all at once!) I present:

KORRUPTION

http://www.woolyloach.com/music/Korruption.mp3

Where to begin? The "Decay and corruption" clip is me. Loops from Sony, BlueZone, Beta Monkey, Les Productions Zvon, SoundDogs, Beatport.. effects from Voxengo, Camel Audio, Audio Damage, Tone2, Nomad Factory, ValhallaDSP, Sony.. way too many different FX to list 'em all.

Definitely one of my nastier tracks! :-0
highkoo
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3094 posts since 25 Jun, 2004

Postby highkoo; Sat Jan 25, 2014 1:56 pm Re: KORRUPTION [industrial?]

I can hear the vodka!!! :hyper:

Man, thick, but it makes sense.
Its sounds like an epic soundtrack track from a like banned-in-the-usa type of movie.
Its constantly moving. I like it.

Its interesting to me that a lot of elements are mixed pretty far back with reverb, etc, but the track itself feels very upfront and immersive. I guess Ive heard that in some kinds of music before and it works really well with this.

Pretty cool that those samples are you...
I usually have to go hunting down 50s sci fi or exploitation flicks for that kind of doom. :hihi:
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mr.me
KVRAF
 
2083 posts since 11 Feb, 2003

Postby mr.me; Sat Jan 25, 2014 4:47 pm Re: KORRUPTION [industrial?]

More verb than I'm used to, but it works. Cool track indeed.

Now I'm off to eat some flesh! :evil:
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SyntheticAurality
KVRAF
 
7384 posts since 2 Apr, 2002, from Austin, Texas, USA

Postby SyntheticAurality; Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:54 am Re: KORRUPTION [industrial?]

highkoo wrote:I can hear the vodka!!! :hyper:

Man, thick, but it makes sense.
Its sounds like an epic soundtrack track from a like banned-in-the-usa type of movie.
Its constantly moving. I like it.

Its interesting to me that a lot of elements are mixed pretty far back with reverb, etc, but the track itself feels very upfront and immersive. I guess Ive heard that in some kinds of music before and it works really well with this.

Pretty cool that those samples are you...
I usually have to go hunting down 50s sci fi or exploitation flicks for that kind of doom. :hihi:


Thanks! 8)

I try to put a lot of things "buried deep" so that the effect is almost subliminal.. an old trick a guy who wrote movie soundtracks taught me. :oops:

I appreciate the feedback!
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SyntheticAurality
KVRAF
 
7384 posts since 2 Apr, 2002, from Austin, Texas, USA

Postby SyntheticAurality; Sun Jan 26, 2014 7:56 am Re: KORRUPTION [industrial?]

mr.me wrote:More verb than I'm used to, but it works. Cool track indeed.

Now I'm off to eat some flesh! :evil:


Thanks for the feedback! 8) Yeah, I did go a bit overboard on Eos and Mangleverb... :oops: :oops:

Sorry about the flesh urge there.. :scared:
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Allomerus
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878 posts since 28 Aug, 2012, from Melbourne, Australia

Postby Allomerus; Sun Jan 26, 2014 4:46 pm Re: KORRUPTION [industrial?]

This is great. Love the growling bass and the synth that sounds like someone screaming... Wild manic beats and rabid electricity abounds...
Trembling with horror indeed!
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