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klaypex - sleep to dream remix [130bpm, Am] v1.wav22mb
50 cent - just a lil bit remix [96.901bpm, F#m] v1.wav16mb
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jessie murph, jelly roll - wild ones remix vid.mp4262mb
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jessie murph - wild ones remix v1.wav22mb
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21-03-24-fm8RandomizerSounds-1-v1.wav1mb

feel like fm8 is greatest synth of all time... fm synthesis sounds too good cant make ting like this with subtractive. why isnt there fm9... fm8 came out 20 yrs ago now still best synth of all time. probably gonna try make a billion sounds with fm8

20-03-24-fm8sounds-3-v1.wav4mb

become edm broducer

19-03-24-7-v1.wav7mb
16-03-24-1-v1.wav3mb

piano

14-03-24.wav35mb
12-03-24.wav28mb
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could probably make the piano in this better. dunno bout splice vocals i cant work with vocal prob rather do instrumental only but vocal fun to get new ideas

soulfulDnB-goFastVocal-v1.wav3mb

nice to be writing slightly longer ideas lately. this one 2 and half minutes

09-03-24-144bpm-Am-2minuteTrack-1-v1.wav24mb
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09-03-24-114bpm-phonk-1-v1.wav11mb
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08-03-24.wav19mb

rubbish but 3 minute

07-03-24-163bpm-F#m-trapFullTrack-3-v1.wav31mb

splice vocal. splice has 23k results atm if u search 'vocal hook'. sort by popularity works pretty well

hyperpopVocals-miniSkirtVocal-v1.wav8mb
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favorite thing i wrote so far shout out nicky

nicki minaj - starships remix [125.008bpm, Bm] v1.wav6mb

[VOLUME WARNING not mixed - drop too loud]

DUBLE UPLOAD i like the melody in 2nd upload

hate ppl posting art on internet and saying 'this is trash' but this is trash. enjoyed making it... but became trash maybe halfway thru process of making it. maybe start with better chord progression next time. writing 2 minute track about 1000 time harder than writing 1 minute track. having made 1 minute trax helps. lol i feel like i enjoyed making a 2minute track tho so im happy wit it

starting with piano and bass and laying out a 2 minutes of audio worked pretty well to start it off. want to improve the drums and vibes of next one esp in non-drop parts. maybe have some kind of different section or different bass notes in a section or 2. might lay out bass and piano for similar thing but with chord progression i like more

[VOLUME WARNING not mixed - drop too loud]

18-02-24-long-1-v1.wav19mb
19-02-24-%n_bellMelody-1-v1.wav13mb

tried a couple new thing. automated volume of bass down at end of intro... automated some high end out of bass on a higher note... dont use tremolo strings that often... lead from a future rave preset pack for serum

17-02-24-2-v1.wav7mb

20 minutes mixing a 5 second drop loop... realize saturator on master somehow... export

tried faster melody... theres a music theory term for the melody in this. returns to one note in the melody frequently. might be ostinato probably soemthing else. making these heavy trap drops might be a good way to learn mixing. really hard to get everything sounding loud at once ... might be good mixing practice

17-02-24-trapDropFastMelody-1-v1.wav3mb
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taking ages to git gud at electronic music

main method im folowing atm is the tem air2r method u basically download a shittonne of preset packs and get a 4bar loop going and combine all the sounds in a bajillion different ways. reverse to fuckolutionize

this track was more just somethin else tho. got a few presets i like usin now. maybe in 10 yr i write good electronic track

16-02-24-1_5_6_arp-shortIdea-v1.wav11mb

Still using Helm and Geonkick, slowly getting better at each of the parts to at least be able to approximately apply information from general tutorials to create something like a trance bass. I found this article very helpful, and a video helped fill in some gaps as well.

Here's the alv script that does the sequencing:

(import* link struct- math)
(import midi random)

(def *clock* (clock 140 120))
(def *midi* (midi/port "alv" "alv"))

#(channel 0 - bassline, three note arpeggio between each drum hit)
(midi/send-notes (get *midi* 'out') 0
 (struct 'pitch' (switch! (counts 1 0.25 0.5 0.75) 38 46 38)
             'vel' 127
             'dur' 0.11))

#(channel 1 - drums: alternating kick and snare)
(midi/send-notes (get *midi* 'out') 1
 (struct 'pitch' (switch! (count 2) 69 71)
             'dur' 0.5))
trance.wav2mb
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Just noodling around with Helm and my isomorphic keyboard. I accidentally modified a preset into this distorted electric guitar-ish patch that I'm pretty happy with, but have no idea how to make a rhythm for.

With the wip abletonlink module, I finally have sequencing operators in alv that keep phase properly, which is absolutely essential for music. I also found a drum synthesizer (Geonkick) and a generic synth (Helm) that work on Linux, so I have all the components to make something now :)

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