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#1 RachmanEnough

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Posted 26 June 2017 - 13:46

My latest oxymoronic beat. Intention is, that Mzees spit to that but the frequency layer is very thin on that one.  :smashed:

 


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Posted 26 June 2017 - 17:37

The intro blew my mind, in particular the bass part and the synth arp bell that pan. Very nice job man !


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Posted 26 June 2017 - 19:39

Thanks man. It is supposed to be G locrian. I hope it sounds like G locrian. :badteeth:

 

Anyway, it should be hard to spit on that. The vocal frequency space is already allocated, so it is basically not a good beat. Or I need a good Multiband Compressor.

 

And I have to give special thanks to http://forum.renoise.../21597-zeograd/ for supplying the orchestral instruments. Really helpful.

 


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Posted 29 June 2017 - 23:49

You're welcome !

 

So you are into Grime Music ? What defined this genre ?



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Posted 30 June 2017 - 21:27

Actually an example would fix all confusion. This is the definition of grime :

 

If you need some axioms :

 

- Wiley invented the Genre, it came out of the dungeons of London about the same time Dubstep was invented in ~2004

- 120-150 BPM

- nocturnal strings

- syncopes for the bassdrums

- unusual rhythms and/or meters welcome (with african roots)

- and of course an able Mzee

- Ghetts is currently the best English speaking grime rapper alive, but there are many competitors to the throne

- well known Grime producers are Sir Spyro, Rude Kid, Dot Rotten (also MC)


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