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By ShintarouMusic on Feb 6, 2017 11:45 am

It's been a long while since I've uploaded anything new and I think my style has changed a bit; I'd love CC.

I know the sample textures sound a bit harsh, I can't seem to smooth out the grit very well...
I used a hang drum sample kit posted by katsumbhong (i think), plus some of my own sample kits of hang drum and other percussion.

2x lsdj--  dmg + sound modded cgb

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this one is rather trippy! liked that  lol

Super cool! Nice groove. This would sound cool with pristine, clean sounds in a different way. The "grit" does add "textural" atmospheric, mood stuff. That's the beauty of lo-fi sampling. I love the undulating sound of the arps becoming a bubbly sound that fades off as something else. And the "ber blip bleep" part going up while that part is coming down at the endpoint/startpoint of the loop mated with the sloshing beat makes the whole thing turnaround and keep shuffling along. I would listen to this if it went on for 10 minutes. Just modulate the progression so that the pitches move up and down and come back around to the beginning. It has a fun, light hearted feel, without being cheesy, overbearingly upbeat, or fluff.

Thank you smile I tried to sort of fit the rest of the textures around it

I think the sample grit adds to the character of the song. Way different than what I expected. The new sound is sounding great. smile

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