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Future bass!

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I wanted to see what I could with an 80’s meets future bass track. I love digital bass sounds and polysynths, so this was a fun piece to write.

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Remix #7

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This is a remix of Take Me To Church by Hozier for promotional purposes only. This song changes meter, and it was fun to figure out how to do a dubstep beat for the verses, which are in 3, without making it an obvious waltz feel. Hope you enjoy, and as always please like and […]

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Stringstep

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This piece was written for a pole dancing competition (yes, apparently that’s a thing). The request was for “classical strings with dubstep,” and I think I did a pretty good job of integrating the strings with the glitches. https://soundcloud.com/brain-basement/stringstep

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Remix #6

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FULL DUBSTEP! I got to go full dubstep with this one. It has a wonderful sounding vocal, so I brought all the glitches, growls, wobbles, and beeps that I thought would work with the voice and chord progression. I enjoy working in this tempo as well because there’s more room for some tricky drum fills […]

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Remix #5

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I love complextro and glitch music, so for this remix, I combined some noisy sounds with an FM sound to make the bass track. I also got a little lucky and got the hi hats to swing just the way I wanted. I like to make peak hour kinds of music with lots of energy. […]

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Remix #4

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For this remix, I took a pretty understated, quiet track and sped it up, and then used some cutting sounds to give it more energy. The bass sound is a combination of sounds from Rounds, by Native Instruments. I’m finding that its ability to combine digital and analog synthesis into one complex sound makes for […]

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Remix #3

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This is a remix of a techno song that I made into more of a house track. I did most of this on the Maschine, which is something I’ve been wanting to do, but hadn’t gotten around to until now. It has some fantastic sounds in it, and is fun to finger drum on. I […]