An attempt to write a track with only one bitwig's stock synth - polysynth, and without using presets, making all sounds from scratch. Except for drum track, which I originally was going to compose out of stock bitwig drum instruments, but failed and used samples for kick and snare. Hats and cowbells are E-Hat and E-Cowbell bitwig devices.
Also decided to write in dorian mode, never tried it before.
Lead and cowbell are kinda stolen/insiped by this awesome track - https://soundcloud.com/little-scale/dreamer
A couple of evenings spent trying to achieve decent mix, another realization how awful I am at mixing, just don't know what should I do when it sounds bad, blindly tweaking eq.
Picture is just for fun and to remind myself not to spent bunch of time on silly automation instead of actual composing :)
A reactive piece built up from a general sense of drum groove. One realistic-ish drum rack (64-pad rock kit), one 808 (mostly kick, with occasional obvious drum machine snare), hand claps, two channels of Epiphone P-J bass, and three channels of Epiphone Moderne guitar (through Vox Wah). I'd had a line of keyboards I took out. Auto-Filter with drive on one guitar channel, Auto-Pan on 808 and high bass, Drum Buss on the rock kit.
Sends: two convolution reverbs, and a channel of Echo.
Title from the property of this week's element, Einsteinium, which is radioactive enough to damage its crystal structure just by existing.