gwilendiel

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  1. Haven't been here in a while. Only really have two new tracks of any significance... http://www.tindeck.com/listen/vdvy http://www.tindeck.com/listen/qmbk Go ahead and pick them apart. Do it. These are also under Creative Commons so... if you want to use either one for anything, go ahead.
  2. I like it a lot, actually. I like the polyrhythm after 1;06 It's just my personal opinion that the beat after 1:06 is almost too broken. But it isn't necessarily a bad thing, just my taste, It's also a little too straight some times after 1:55, it's pretty close to 4/4 there, which isn't bad, just isn't typical of dub IMO
  3. Tracks... Meowenlator http://www.tindeck.com/listen/djmo Space Worm http://www.tindeck.com/listen/slsm Poizoneus http://www.tindeck.com/listen/jviy
  4. Sure, why not. Pay no mind to my previous hardcore ways... just as I don't have to do what you say, you don't have to take me seriously either. But you guys have showed me how to meet in the middle. So by all means, if we want to discuss it, lets.
  5. Well you're right. I simply have a different approach. When I stop a project, it is stopped, unless I decide otherwise. I do accept feedback about it but I apply that feedback to the next project. You eventually have to stop changing things. I just do it earlier than most I guess.
  6. Yeah. I was just encapsulating. Maybe I should have said "QFT" instead.
  7. Again, thank you. And I apologize. I can be overly sensitive. Personally, for me, it's not about knowledge but capability of knowledge. I know I can learn and I know where to look to learn if I feel like it. I understand what you say. I'm just a lazy ass. That's the only excuse. I just need to accept that I am lazy and stop taking things personally.
  8. Or really, what tripped me up is phrases like "use some reverb" That is a command to me. I do not take well to commands. And yes I'm that picky about phrases. I apologize if it's all a misunderstanding.
  9. You are projecting your opinion onto me and what skills I may or may not have, which is why I am being reactionary. You are assuming what I know or don't know. I don't know a lot but I may know more than you give me credit for, even if I still know less than you. Just tell me what you hear in your opinion. I'm fine with that. When you start implying my intent (which is impossible for you to know) or a perceived lack of knowledge over implementation, then yeah, I'm going to back up my stuff.
  10. I'm not excited, I'm just assertive. And I'm not defensive, I'm simply being accurate with my point of view. I do hear things. Which is actually a pain in the ass to me. How real am I supposed to get as long as I'm still hearing that it isn't real? Or even the fact when I KNOW it isn't real? I'm just not one of these people who strives for realism out of synthesis. I understand it, I know it is hard work, I just can't be arsed. If I want real guitars so badly, I'd be going pro, and if I were pro, I'd just get a guitar or ask/hire somebody who has the skill. Emulating instruments is a legitimate and useful science, but to me it isn't worth the effort.
  11. I've figured it out, I simply don't care. It's all synth waves to me. I hear every piece and say "That's fake. This is fake. That's fake." It just simply is what it is. It may have an 'epic feel' but that doesn't change what it is. It's far from organic to me. My version, to me, sounds more organic. Perhaps not real, but still more organic. I definitely used more non-linear approximation in the waves. I tend to hear everything unless it is entirely mush (or orchestra, which is basically like one huge instrument in a way, IMO) and I prefer to hear everything at times.
  12. Yup. And I apologize if I came across smarmy. I have a short attention span. I usually hammer things out in one sitting (this particular one only took about 6 hours) I'm in a habit where I really hate it when I have something I realllllly like, then I try to fiddle with it more and then fook it up and can't quite get it back the way it was. So eventually I stop and say "no more" Maybe if I had better equipment I'd be more attentive to details but all I have is FL Studio. I don't even have a MIDI keyboard. Not that it's an excuse but it isn't exactly an incentive for me either.
  13. More an instrument edit than a remix (I did improv the end a little though) Best I could get out of the Slayer plugin... for the work I put into it anyway (very little) Thanks for the input. I heard all of this when I made it though. I just can't be arsed after a certain point :< I was like "this cymbal sounds weird over here-oh screw it" Heh. Plus I grow tired of hearing 'perfect' stuff.
  14. Pulled this out of my rear yesterday... mostly creative instrumentation. And I used sidechaining for once. Not submission or WIP. http://www.tindeck.com/listen/uhis