KingTiger

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About KingTiger

  • Rank
    Super Cartography Bros. Project Assistant
  • Birthday 11/29/1985

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Glendale, Arizona
  • Interests
    games/movies/TV shows that are fun and make you think, puzzles; Rubik's Cubes; all kinds of music; music production; small, colorful ponies with tattoos on their rumps; anime/manga; sci-fi/fantasy

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://kingtigermusic.com

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  • Biography
    I am a family man who tries to squeeze in time to make electronic music and drawings. I am currently unemployed but actively seeking a job in the insurance industry. I have been married since 2010 and have 1 daughter.
  • Real Name
    Corey
  • Occupation
    currently unemployed
  • Facebook ID
    510207356
  • Twitter Username
    KingTiger
  • Last.fm Username
    kingtigermusic
  • Steam ID
    kingtiger

Artist Settings

  • Collaboration Status
    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    Logic
  • Software - Preferred Plugins/Libraries
    Camel Crusher, TAL NoiseMaker
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Lyrics
    Mixing & Mastering
    Recording Facilities
    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Drums
    Piano
    Vocals: Male
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (Other)
    synth, hand drums

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  1. Photos! ferris wheel in National Harbor: who is this strange man in my bed?? (with Bradley Vanderhoef) Retro Gaming Jeopardy: Jeopardy contestants (including YouTuber SomeCallMeJohnny [the right-most contestant]): Rick!!: Igneous Rock Pie cosplay at the Tiny Waves PJ Chiptune Rave: Another photo of Igneous Rock at the PJ rave (complete with a wild @Flexstyle): Last day, at Thai Pavilion restaurant: I spotted the 10th Doctor! Chillin' with Trab Naxes: more to come...
  2. I'm coming.
  3. Happy Holidays OCR! Enjoy a new winter-y song from me
  4. What's our status? Any updates?
  5. Definitely getting the feels from this one. Which is what this source deserves. Clean & well-balanced production and some great sound design here. An unexpected arrangement for sure, which makes it that much better - it's mellow and reflective, and has a good dynamic curve. Great work!!
  6. https://kingtiger.bandcamp.com/album/foul My first original rap song! It's a drumstep-esque EDM with a slick flow on top. It's $.50 (make sure you use the coupon/promo code "foulmsrp" in checkout or else it'll charge you $1.00). Please give it a listen and maybe even buy it! Here's a SoundCloud player:
  7. Just posted my WiP. Feedback is appreciated!
  8. @Jorito & @Black_Doom - just making sure you got the WiP I sent in. I'm making pretty swift progress currently. Also, could I please get access to the project subforum?
  9. I'm cool with the ads staying. I believe @YoshiBlade said he was ok with it too, earlier in the thread, so that covers our collab. You'll have to check with @Flexstyle about our SCB collab.
  10. Yes, I'm sure! I'll start working on it real soon thanks!
  11. I'd be happy to take S3 credits, but it wouldn't be orchestral (which I believe is what @Black_Doom was hoping for). What I'm envisioning would be "uplifting" or "epic" trance, like this: Armin van Buuren - Love You More feat. Racoon or maybe more like this: Conjure One - Extraordinary Way (Antillas Club Remix) My track wouldn't have any vocals though, and my buildups/breakdowns wouldn't be *quite* so long, lol (I wouldn't be going for the full "club"/"DJ" experience here, although I may make a separate "club edit" similar to what was done with Super Cartography Bros). It'd probably have more elements of progressive trance, as well (along the lines of Above & Beyond's most recent "artist" album, We Are All We Need).
  12. Hey @Jorito & @Black_Doom, I'm down for mastering or mixing stuff, if anybody wants/needs help. I also may pick up a track (I noticed SCD needs some love), but no promises as yet.
  13. Hey guys, thought I would clarify the part I played in this mix YoshiBlade sent me the stems for his (already great) arrangement, which I then cleaned up and mixed. I didn't change any of his existing work apart from the aforementioned mixing (EQ, compression, etc), but I added some of my own synths and drums to fill things out a bit more, and then sent a wav back to him and walked him through the concepts of mastering so he could try mastering it himself. I think he did a pretty decent job even if he doesn't think so himself. I hope we get the chance to collab again soon!
  14. Okay, read the other reviews and I think I know what to expect... snes tones, ok... sudden drop, right?.... ... O.O WUT .... and then... more... um... something WHOA holy hannah This rocks the dynamics, dude, love that everything's unpredictable but not too jarring. Production's pretty hawt, too, my only (minor) nitpicks are in regards to the choir and harps - pretty much that the sequencing makes them sound fake at times, but not really a huge issue in the context of the whole piece, tbh. DAMN this is a good arrangement.
  15. Great work, as always, Kruai! I've been waiting for a good Sonic Rush remix, so you've made me quite happy SO here's some specific critiques: POSITIVES: Great sound design, sequencing, and use of dynamics. Love the varying beats throughout; that - along with the varying synths and what not - really keeps the interest going throughout the song (no borefest for sure, like Necrox said). I'll echo what DJP said about the percussion arrangements being great - the drummer in me is proud The whole track flowed well from start to finish; nothing felt out of place or forced in terms of song structure - awesome work. As for negatives - I felt like the whole thing was a bit low-heavy; I know EDM is supposed to be that way, but IMO it's too much, and it brings down the otherwise fantastic atmosphere of the track. It was especially muddy in terms of the bass conflicting with the kick - they often occupied the same space, not so much that it was horrible, but enough that it bothered me. Next time, try sidechaining the bass to the kick just a little bit, to make the kick come through more, or try to notch out overlapping frequencies in one and boost the same in the other (the more challenging route, IMO). Also, if you're using a multi-band compressor on your master channel, turn the sub band down a bit. (I felt like the mids were too hot in there somewhere too, but I can't quite put my finger on it.) In the section that began right before 2:20, the kick drum was causing the whole track to overcompress - I'm guessing it's something in the mastering. My gut tells me that you had the kick turned up louder to compensate for the aforementioned conflict with the bass, so in the sparser sections, the kick overtriggered the master compressor/limiter, causing this "pumping" sound that IMO sounds out-of-place in the context. Around 3:50, a distorted synth pad-thing starts, and it sounds overcompressed, at times - not sure if that's a result of the mastering, as well, or if it's a compressor on the track itself, but it's causing it to sound overly distorted at times. I'm pretty sure I'm nitpicking on some things. Don't take it wrong - I absolutely LOVE this beast of a ReMix. Keep up the good work!