transient - green butter
Posted 21 October 2009 - 02:59
since i had so much fun the first time :P abstract hiphop
Posted 21 October 2009 - 14:08
Posted 21 October 2009 - 15:24
Posted 21 October 2009 - 15:29
dope glitch beat & loops! Liking that sped up rap loop being introduced later on.
thx that was a section of a freestyle some kid (i think he called himself albatross) did that popped into my house about 10 years ago, i've been abusing the samples ever since hehe
Posted 21 October 2009 - 22:33
cpu Intel Core i7-4820K @3.70GHz
chipset Intel X79 chipset
mem 32 Gb 2400Mhz
os Win 7 64-bit SP1, DirectX 11
audio ESI ESP1010e - > Driver rev:188.8.131.52
video nVidia Geforce GTX780 - > Driver rev:335.23
Renoise Official Manual
Posted 22 October 2009 - 03:22
The first impression is always the best.... imho this means you score better with your first submission... not that this one ain't good though... it's great!
thanks i'm not so much entering for the contest but for the challenge of making tracks the 'good ol' fashioned' way hehe managing to learn some things in the process that i've lost with all the modern conveniences but your probably right, wasn't really planning on doing another track but got the urge
Is your brain glowing man? Amazing.
haha! thanks man ^^
Posted 22 October 2009 - 04:04
we use to make these studder edits with reel to reel and taped every piece together with a blade and tape.
look up a group called the 'Latin Rascals' they basically invented that style with freestyle music.
thx! nice! i'd definitely like to try that sometime, but i must say i'm glad i have renoise now so i don't have to go through that process so much easier! haha my hats off to those who did it though! that's dedication
One of the prettiest looking patterns I've seen.
haha thanks man
Posted 22 October 2009 - 14:30
still listening to this one
you can add those studders in renoise as a feature choice?
well, it's not so much a feature of renoise as a feature of trackers in general. it's a fairly easy process.
i usually start in the first track, hold down shift, press left until i'm in the master track (highlights a line of the entire song) then I press down (while still holding shift) the amount of ticks I want to stutter. (of course you can do this with a mouse as well, but i prefer working with the keyboard when i can, much faster) Ctrl-C to Copy, then move the cursor to where I want the stutter to occur. So if I copied 4 lines I usually move down 4 lines and Ctrl-V to paste (making sure the cursor is now in track 1 again so the pastes go into the right channels). Of course you just modify this formula for different kinds of stutters, 2 line stutter, highlight 2 lines, copy, move down two lines, paste. Or you can get crazy and copy two lines, move down six lines paste, add a sample reverse to the pasted lines, or copy only tracks 2-4, paste into 2-4, etc. etc. etc. etc.
it's this kind of editing ability that keeps me tracking to this day. in the majority of other softwares something as simple as this would become a chore, but with trackers it's just a few keyboard strokes away.
Posted 27 October 2009 - 23:43
Posted 28 October 2009 - 05:44
Very addictive, I love it. You should write an album around this!
thx man was already planning on my next album being all in this vein since that seems to be what's popping out of my brain these days. was also thinking of keeping it efficient and with just the native plugs as an exercise for myself maybe release it in .xrns format as well.
Posted 29 October 2009 - 13:49
Only thing thats bothering me is what does the guy say in the end? I listened that many times, slowed down and called my girl friend to help, but no deal "gotta be hot.." something?