Xyntec

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About Xyntec

  • Rank
    Slime (+5)
  • Birthday December 23

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Munich, Germany
  • Interests
    Music: VGM (who would have seen this coming?), Synthwave, industrial, ebm, aggrotech
    Games: adventures, platformers, horror themed preferred
    Movies: oh, there's a lot to mention. To sum it up I like to be taken to different universes. So mainly horror and sci-fi I guess :)

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  • Biography
    Been downloading OCremixes when there were less than 500 available. So roaming around on this place for a while and now trying to be more active.
  • Real Name
    Moritz
  • Occupation
    Editor/Journalist

Artist Settings

  • Collaboration Status
    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    Logic
  • Software - Preferred Plugins/Libraries
    Spire, Sylenth1, Alchemy, VPRom and some others
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
  1. @Gario Hey mate I just read your feedback on the judges' forum. Never mind my resub this morning, I wasn't expecting to receive your feedback so soon. I just would like to thank all of you for your feedback, I really appreciate it. I will take your words very seriously like I did with your first feedback. Let's see if I resubmit the song one day. thanks again and hopefully you will hear more from me some day
  2. So ... just submitted the song. I'm quite happy with it, hopefully the judges are fine with the track as well Let's see what they think ... Note: Gosh, soundcloud's compression is awful. What are they releasing, 96kbs?
  3. Haha, no problem. Maybe I should take the original version offline. But on the other hand it might be interesting for someone to see/hear how this track kept progressing. I'm still fine tuning the intro and probably the end of the track as well, might introducing the snare a bit earlier. Then it's time for equalizing and mastering afterwards. Then I try myself on a submission
  4. Thanks for your kind words mates! Synthwave can be considered as some kind of revival of the sounds from the 80s and early 90s, while ranging from classic synthpop to dark, metal influenced tunes. Some bands I can recommend to start with are: Perturbator, Carpenter Brut, Com Truise, Miami nights 1984, Robert Parker, Waveshaper and Lazerhawk. But of course there are plenty more
  5. hey mate, it's me again I followed your advice and both sorted/mixed the synths and added more variety to the drums. Hope it's better - I like it a lot more over the original version.
  6. haha, your probably will hear more soon. Got already some request from users at our Facebook group for synth wave producers.
  7. Hello Gario, and thanks for the warm welcome. Now I'm a bit blown away by your post. There's so much helpful feedback in it I mostly understand and that helps me a lot progressing this track. Thank you so much! Yes, I aiming at a submission of it. But before that I will keep working on it. Especially bringing in more variety on the drums, tuning the instruments and their volume etc. I still need to figure out how everything works fine. I startet making music just a few months ago and still have to learn a lot because I don't have any musical background unfortunately. I only hope that you don't going to shoot at me, but I intentionally combined the Church's and Castle's theme since I wanted to come up with something original. There are already many cool remixes of both themes, so I thought I can merge them into one track since they carry the same mood. Thanks again for your feedback! That's probably the best response I ever received - especially for being a newbie on the forum.
  8. Hey folks, I've been a great fan of this community and its content for more than a decade now. Therefore I'd like to take the chance to thank all the artists who contributed to this site After so many years I thought it's time to bring myself in. Over the past years I've become a huge fan of the synthwave genre. Since I kept listening to VGM since my childhood I thought it might be an interesting approach to merge both genres. I'd call it: VGMwave More recently I finished my first song and would love to contribute it to OCRemix. I was wondering if it's good enough? I'm eagerly awaiting your feedback! Also, I'm considering to set up a compilation for VGMwave. Maybe some of you might want to jump in? Would love to welcome some OCR-folks on board! Anyway, here's the track. It's still set to private, so please don't share it yet: