obnoxify wrote:
Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:26 am
Last place you'd expect it haha
I mean... there are certainly worse places to look. :mrgreen:
I like almost all of the LMMS producers that I've heard... there's too much talent in this forum to make a list that isn't miles long. The one that stands out to me the most, though is HexPhosphorus. Not only does his music rock, but his sound is one of the most unique that I've heard on the platfor...
Thank you for sharing these thoughts. I think I really needed to hear that.
Thanks Brandy! :)
I just noticed your signature, too. Right on.
https://soundcloud.com/robotsarepeopletoo/tiptoe-through-the-bedroom The chorus effect on the main melody bit apparently hit the resonant frequency of my PC speakers, so my laptop kept vibrating while I tried to EQ this. Sounds okay through headphones though. Let me know if anybody has a similar pro...
That was an ExPeRiEnCe.

I didn't even notice the video quality. I wouldn't have even thought of it if Reiodust hadn't mentioned it. Seriously great track. Made me think of the kind of stuff I listened to as a teenager, back in the days of kazaa and limewire. God I'm old...
I think your hellstep idea is a pretty solid concept, and I like where it's going. I haven't listened to a LOT of dubstep, mostly old Porter Robinson, and the idea you've got for hellstep honestly gives me the warm fuzzies. I always felt that dubstep was to EDM as death metal was to rock. And if tha...
I like the ambience you have going especially with the waves of staticky noise in the background. I was looking for some sort of release and I was disappointed that there wasn't one, it feels like a build up to some epic moment. I can understand your disappointment. I usually try to come to a bigge...
Thanks guys! I guess I did overdo the alarm noise... I spent way too much time figuring out the ritardo at the end (and I still don't like it that much) and sorta neglected the beginning. I think it's hard to realize just how annoying something like that is until you hear it without the visual feedb...