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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. Hi there! My name is Scott, and i am a aspiring song writer who is using Video Game OST covers to gain mixing experience. In the past, i have done covers for a few games and honestly didn't even know this site existed until a few weeks ago. Lol. Anyways, How i am looking to do my future OST covers is by arranging "Song Suites" inspired by the Ace Attorney live orchestra albums where you play a 5-10 minute song that have multiple songs involved that represent a game/series, and was wondering if there was any kind of rules against this for the site? I think i saw somewhere that there was some kind of space limit you need to be under, but was not sure. There are a few games that me and my drummer want to do, and we plan to keep them a secret until we get each song out of the way, but i WILL say i am in shock over the lack of "Rival Schools" covers that exist on the internet to celebrate the rumors of a new RS's game. Hope to bring you guys nothing but my/our best in the next few weeks!