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  1. Hi. Lately I finally decided to go into some specific electronic music and I decided it would be future bass. But the thing is, I don't really know what is the structure of this genre. I mean, I know general info. I know that I should use inverted 7th chords and so on, but tbh I don't really know how basic drums lines should look like, or what sound waves use for those characteristic bass sounds and so on, so I hope someone can help me in this matter :). TL;DR - I'm super noob in typical electronic music, I wanna ask about structure of future bass.
  2. Hey OCR! Just released another Undertale remix on my soundcloud. This time I'm tackling the Heartache theme in the style of future bass meets chiptune. Have a listen and let me know what you think Mykah - Heartache (Undertale Remix)
  3. Sup everyone I'm new here and I go by the name Dj Flangerous and also SonicMixer32. I like sampling videogame songs as much as the next person does but difference about is that I try to make it an experience with using genre's that you and I may be familiar with. Such as Hip Hop, Rnb, Trap, and Chill so I hope you guys enjoy this song cause I really put a lot of work into it, THx! https://soundcloud.com/dj_flangerous2/megaman-2-airman-theme-stellar-night-remix-free-download Orginal:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jD1eW8wXSk0