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  1. I have choped and sampled chiptune from different famicom games and put it into hip-hop beat. I never tried to chop music for sampling (like in classic hip-hop) before, so I decided to try it and I liked it goddamn. #Gettodachoppah! Adorable guy on da video it's a streamer that obsessed widdah famicom games))
  2. I've been looking into a lot of alternative music options lately, like Electro Swing and TechnOpera, but one thing really started bothering me. Is there a name for using only ingame sound files to make a song? Examples: "Red Team Wants to Battle" "Battlebeats - battlefield song" There are lots of things out there, which would potentially include the items such as the "Windows Noises" song, but does this have a category name yet? I've probably overlooked the name if there is one, but it doesn't seem to be an easy thing to search up, as I'm probably ignorant of a keyword or somesuch. You could technically call it "sampling" but that feels wrong as the whole song is comprised of this, as Sampling is the action used to make the song, but is it the genre as well?
  3. Hey OCR, Been a while since I've checked in, but I've been steadily chipping away at writing tracks over the last two years. Here's one I finished about a week ago, drawing inspiration from Chicago juke, classic Warp IDM/ambient sounds, dub and drum & bass (as well as a cheeky Motown reference). https://soundcloud.com/scatterbrain/where-did-my-baby-go EDIT: This tune has been officially released on Various Artists - FuFa Music, Volume 2 - a free download via Bandcamp, compiling tracks from 13 Sydney-based producers, in styles ranging from hip-hop and trap to footwork.
  4. I'm currently looking for somebody experienced in Strings (Cello/Violin), Keyboards, Recording, Programming, Turntables, Experimental/Avant Garde instrumentation, AND/or samples. I emphasize AND because I'm looking for somebody multi-faceted. I don't necesarily need ALL of the above, but eventually I plan on in some way incorporating most if not all of the above. The primary goal is to make quality music that in it's depth can be reproduced live with many layers and moving parts. I don't want to record tracking and sound bite it in a live setting. I feel like that's lazy. Many groups use sound bites in live setting to build suspense/atmosphere or to send a message. We are preparing to record an EP with 5 tracks and plan to have that completed within the year. The group is currently 5 strong: Vocals, Lead Guitar, Rythm Guitar, Bass, Drums. I would call our sound "Melodic Death Metal", sounds veining from bands such as Soilwork, At The Gates, Children of Bodom, Lamb of God, and Slipknot to name a few. I personally perform vocals and strive to incorporate many elements of different stylistic approaches towards music and conveyance. I sing moderately well, Low end of my gutterals can be compared to Phil Bozeman from "Whitechapel", High end screams can compare to Trevor Strnad from "The Black Dahlia Murder". I have been exercising my metal vocals for about 8 years now. We play in drop "A" tuning and practice regularly. I have scoured several websites for people that can fill this role, I feel that the music is incomplete without these missing elements. We are very serious artists and strive to achieve great things. If you feel that you could be a fit, or are in any way able to help us out, please let me know. Reply here or send me an E-mail at justinjgomez@outlook.com If you want to hear a playthrough of one of our tracks, lyrics or Guitar Pro files, I have all of that on hand. Send me an E-mail. Thanks, -Justin
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