The Nines

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About The Nines

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    Slime (+5)

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  • Location
    Denver, Colorado

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  • Collaboration Status
    0
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    FL Studio
    Live
    Reason
    Sonar
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Drum Programming
    Mixing & Mastering
    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Clarinet
    Piano

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  • Real Name
    Sean C.
  • Occupation
    Student
  1. Hear hear. The two highest notes or the two lowest.
  2. Number one thing that ticks me off when recording... What the hey, I'll put the top three. 1.) Being interrupted by phone call. Seriously thinking about just disconnecting the phone when I'm recording then plugging it back in. 2.) Working on the mastering for a track for two weeks then realizing I destroyed the original idea. 3.) Having a friend look over shoulder constantly and giving random advice on how to mix and master a piece when that particular friend could even play a kazoo if he had the instructions stapled to their forehead. Yep, you got it. Not a fan of the back-seat-driver method. There are a couple of other things, but most of those just generally stem from the fact that I'm a perfectionist to a fault when it comes to making music.
  3. Nice job Zircon, I'm definitely getting that circa late 1990's feel. Just out of curiosity, ever experiment with the newer, darker sounds (a la Evol Intent, Counterstrike, Noisia, and those other boys)? Myself I land very much on the Dutch side of things, Black Sun Empire, Ohm Resistance label and such. Cheers, let me know when physical copies are ready so I can budget some cash out of my checking (rest goes to car payments).
  4. Greetings from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Been a lurker here for a while as well, and finally felt the urge sign up and join in. I love most things music, but lean towards the breaks n' bass n' goodies side of things when it comes to electronic stuff. Trying to produce my own music but it's hard, and I'm a perfectionist far too much to a fault. Looking forward to good times, sharing some tuneage, and maybe attending the occasional all-night virtual keg party. Cheers, -SC
  5. Tried the same thing a few months back, and couldn't figure out how to get the wires working n' stuff. I don't really need it anymore (got Ableton to work with my usual keyboard so the rest is history), but just out of curiosity, is there are virtual answer?
  6. You're making me drool, he he. Seriously though, this has "ass-ripping bass" written all over it. Noisia would probably kiss you if they could. Nice phat beats and a very powerful sub I might add. The mixdown is clean and the sonic force doesn't overwhelm. So good job there. I can't stop ranting about those bass switches, so fluid, so delicious. That drop hit me like Mike Tyson with a bunch of horseshoes in his gloves, wicked job on the part that every aspiring wannabe big-time DnB nerd can't seem to get right worth their life. 10/10, I'll raise a beer to this one.