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SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

sic transit gloria mundi




Nap Ghost

New module, new jam:

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/fracture

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SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

sic transit gloria mundi




Nap Ghost

I'm having a lot of fun with my new WMD percussion synthesis modules

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/baba

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 21:36 on Dec 11, 2019

Mistayke
May 7, 2003

Born to eat sheetrock

Final track done for the new album, it's not final as far as mixing/mastering, still needs some work, but the track is completed.

https://soundcloud.com/tom-pellegri...ront-and-center

Thanks for listening.

Lifeglug
Oct 23, 2005



I'm loving around with the idea of playing live at the moment, and since I'm bad at guitar and all that stuff that I do in my "proper band" I'm trying to gently caress around and work on something with a more electronic setup.

This is me just dicking around in ableton live with a more dark ambient black metal type vibe.

https://soundcloud.com/piss_witch/p...ansitions-i-jam

Jonny Nox
Apr 25, 2008


Hey so I had put this on soundcloud last year, but I re-mixed the vocals and put it back up.

I'm still doing stuff, just not sharing it that much right now

https://soundcloud.com/nik-fortuin-...-2019-christmas

Sups
Aug 8, 2007

Jimmy Eat World Hunger

My band just put out our first release. Sounds kinda like Queens of the Stone Age or something. My mom said we sounded like the Foo Fighters. Good enough. More grungy/psych maybe? Pretty happy with the quality considering we did it in our singer/guitarist's bedroom. Give it a listen if you like loud rock music!

https://gonzolebronzo.bandcamp.com/releases

So Math
Jan 8, 2013

Ghostly Clothier


Little xmas ditty:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_46nBRsePoA

E: And here's my end of the year compilation!

https://jocko-homomorphism.bandcamp...h-presents-2019

So Math fucked around with this message at 22:26 on Dec 21, 2019

Mistayke
May 7, 2003

Born to eat sheetrock

Completed a bonus track for the upcoming album. Friend said it sounds like something from a Deus Ex game.

https://soundcloud.com/tom-pellegri...ominous-hallway

I guess...maybe?

baby puzzle
Jun 3, 2011

I'll Sequence your Storm.


Hi I would literally pay money for an extended version of "Fuchsia is the future" https://soundcloud.com/jocko-homomo...a-is-the-future

No really I'm looking to license tracks for my game. PM me if you want to do it. The track is loving dope.

Jonny Nox
Apr 25, 2008


Almost too late for Christmas certainly beats Too late for Christmas! Christmas Album!

https://soundcloud.com/nik-fortuin-...tmas-album-2019

late edit:

OK, on Youtube now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNCiQFYIAUw

Full playlist:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?li...9Rjy976hs4YeqzE

Jonny Nox fucked around with this message at 09:10 on Dec 25, 2019

Mistayke
May 7, 2003

Born to eat sheetrock

First new track for the new album I just started working on.

https://soundcloud.com/tom-pellegri...nate-than-lever

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


I circuit-bend, make field recordings, and creepy beats. Then I mix 'em all up to make what Warren Ellis once described as "It's midnight, something's not right, and strange things are coming out of your mp3 player."

I've currently got (counts).... holy moly, fourteen albums/EPs on Bandcamp, so hopefully you'll find something you'll like! If you're not sure where the hell to start, I'd say try Ononharoia. Or, the newest pair just came out two days ago, Lazarus taxa 1 & 2.

http://khate.bandcamp.com

So Math
Jan 8, 2013

Ghostly Clothier


JacquelineDempsey posted:

I circuit-bend, make field recordings, and creepy beats. Then I mix 'em all up to make what Warren Ellis once described as "It's midnight, something's not right, and strange things are coming out of your mp3 player."

I've currently got (counts).... holy moly, fourteen albums/EPs on Bandcamp, so hopefully you'll find something you'll like! If you're not sure where the hell to start, I'd say try Ononharoia. Or, the newest pair just came out two days ago, Lazarus taxa 1 & 2.

http://khate.bandcamp.com

This is extremely my jam.

Drink-Mix Man
Mar 4, 2003

You are an odd fellow, but I must say... you throw a swell shindig.



Here's a little electronic instrumental I was working on recently: https://soundcloud.com/eric-zak/apparition-operation

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

sic transit gloria mundi




Nap Ghost

JacquelineDempsey posted:

I circuit-bend, make field recordings, and creepy beats. Then I mix 'em all up to make what Warren Ellis once described as "It's midnight, something's not right, and strange things are coming out of your mp3 player."

I've currently got (counts).... holy moly, fourteen albums/EPs on Bandcamp, so hopefully you'll find something you'll like! If you're not sure where the hell to start, I'd say try Ononharoia. Or, the newest pair just came out two days ago, Lazarus taxa 1 & 2.

http://khate.bandcamp.com

Not the kind of music I listen to on a regular basis but I have to admit that it's extremely cool and the sounds you are crafting are really nice. I like it a lot.

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


SpaceGoatFarts posted:

Not the kind of music I listen to on a regular basis but I have to admit that it's extremely cool and the sounds you are crafting are really nice. I like it a lot.

Hey, thanks! I'm listening to your modular stuff right now and really dig it. Kinda reminds me of late 90's Haujobb, which is a big ol' complement coming from me.

You might try Circadian, or, if you like stompy industrial 90's techno mixed with some house (and some embarassing samples), my oldest albums on there, Doxology and Fig 3. I was much into making EDM-based stuff back in those days.

Fun fact: Doxology and Fig 3 were made on a Playstation, of all things. And mixed down on CoolEditPro 2000... which I still use. My bf's always trying to get me to learn Energy XT, but I'm an old bitch who likes her old software.

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

sic transit gloria mundi




Nap Ghost

JacquelineDempsey posted:

Hey, thanks! I'm listening to your modular stuff right now and really dig it. Kinda reminds me of late 90's Haujobb, which is a big ol' complement coming from me.

You might try Circadian, or, if you like stompy industrial 90's techno mixed with some house (and some embarassing samples), my oldest albums on there, Doxology and Fig 3. I was much into making EDM-based stuff back in those days.

Fun fact: Doxology and Fig 3 were made on a Playstation, of all things. And mixed down on CoolEditPro 2000... which I still use. My bf's always trying to get me to learn Energy XT, but I'm an old bitch who likes her old software.

You were right! Those suggestions really work with me, especially Circadian. I'll spend some time tomorrow listening more to them. Also thank you for your compliments, I just started all this 2 years ago (as a hobby) and while I'm having a lot of fun, it is really uplifting when talented people tell you to continue down that road.

e: I listened to Haujobb and it reminded me of Front 242 a lot, so the inspiration would make a lot of sense since I grew up as a teen in Belgium in the 90's, hence why I love electronic music so much

SpaceGoatFarts fucked around with this message at 22:39 on Dec 30, 2019

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


SpaceGoatFarts posted:

You were right! Those suggestions really work with me, especially Circadian. I'll spend some time tomorrow listening more to them. Also thank you for your compliments, I just started all this 2 years ago (as a hobby) and while I'm having a lot of fun, it is really uplifting when talented people tell you to continue down that road.

e: I listened to Haujobb and it reminded me of Front 242 a lot, so the inspiration would make a lot of sense since I grew up as a teen in Belgium in the 90's, hence why I love electronic music so much

Fantastic! Yeah, I do a whole range of beaty stuff, that was my bread and butter back in the day (2000 - 2003). And I also started as a hobby, making what I considered "goofy" tracks made on a Playstation of all things. Then I gave out a CD to a local DJ back when I wasn't old and feeble. He played it on my birthday as a favor, club went wild, and I got my first live gig out of it. Next thing ya know, I'm getting invited to play live in all the little cities here in Virginia.

My secret passion is remixing 80's - current hiphop, incorporating stuff that was influential to me over the years. This is gonna be the best example, plus, y'all can see all the pics of circuit-bent instruments/live performances I've made over the years:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn1kx0ha0Q4

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

sic transit gloria mundi




Nap Ghost

JacquelineDempsey posted:

Fantastic! Yeah, I do a whole range of beaty stuff, that was my bread and butter back in the day (2000 - 2003). And I also started as a hobby, making what I considered "goofy" tracks made on a Playstation of all things. Then I gave out a CD to a local DJ back when I wasn't old and feeble. He played it on my birthday as a favor, club went wild, and I got my first live gig out of it. Next thing ya know, I'm getting invited to play live in all the little cities here in Virginia.

My secret passion is remixing 80's - current hiphop, incorporating stuff that was influential to me over the years. This is gonna be the best example, plus, y'all can see all the pics of circuit-bent instruments/live performances I've made over the years:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hn1kx0ha0Q4

Ahah I love all those circuit-bent instruments you made. Also that track strongly reminded me of a local DJ team, 2 Many DJ's, who love to mix their favorite hip hop tracks (and rock/pop) with more electronic tracks. They also do some production under the name Soulwax.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud2AD8JUJk4

2DCAT
Jun 24, 2015

cyberdead.





Gravy Boat 2k

JacquelineDempsey posted:

I circuit-bend, make field recordings, and creepy beats. Then I mix 'em all up to make what Warren Ellis once described as "It's midnight, something's not right, and strange things are coming out of your mp3 player."

I've currently got (counts).... holy moly, fourteen albums/EPs on Bandcamp, so hopefully you'll find something you'll like! If you're not sure where the hell to start, I'd say try Ononharoia. Or, the newest pair just came out two days ago, Lazarus taxa 1 & 2.

http://khate.bandcamp.com

This is some good stuff

PopZeus
Aug 11, 2010


Happy New Year's Eve goons! Have some new music: short, catchy little lo-fi tunes in the vein of GBV/Ween/Ariel Pink with some shoegazey stuff splashed in. Enjoy! (This is the follow up to danny and the cool guys' first album.)

bandcamp link: https://soggy.bandcamp.com/album/wo...r-be-a-skeleton

spotify link: https://open.spotify.com/album/7LGI...PRqylX1aTbk9euA

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


PopZeus posted:

Happy New Year's Eve goons! Have some new music: short, catchy little lo-fi tunes in the vein of GBV/Ween/Ariel Pink with some shoegazey stuff splashed in. Enjoy! (This is the follow up to danny and the cool guys' first album.)

bandcamp link: https://soggy.bandcamp.com/album/wo...r-be-a-skeleton

spotify link: https://open.spotify.com/album/7LGI...PRqylX1aTbk9euA

There's a 99% chance that I'm gonna get trashed/high at a New Year's party tonight and start yelling "STOP! GET ME OFF THIS HELICOPTER"

On a more serious note, I had no idea one could get their stuff on Spotify and other streaming services if you weren't signed to a label. I just found a very informative article on it. Which distrubition service do you use? The article says Distro Kid is the way to go.

(sorry if this is a derail, but maybe it'll help someone else old and clueless like me)

edit: Also, I should've mentioned that I really like your stuff so far! Reminds me of a band called The Wallmen that were a pretty big influence when I was in high school in the 80's. Short, fun, Dada-ish stuff. I only have their stuff on 30 year old rotting cassettes and some 7" vinyl, which I should really transfer to digital some day.

edit 2: this derail caused me to Google them after not having thought about them in a while HOLY poo poo THE WALLMEN HAVE A BANDCAMP PAGE okay I'm sorry, I'll settle down now, gotta save my strength for yelling about helicopters later

JacquelineDempsey fucked around with this message at 23:09 on Dec 31, 2019

PopZeus
Aug 11, 2010


JacquelineDempsey posted:

There's a 99% chance that I'm gonna get trashed/high at a New Year's party tonight and start yelling "STOP! GET ME OFF THIS HELICOPTER"

On a more serious note, I had no idea one could get their stuff on Spotify and other streaming services if you weren't signed to a label. I just found a very informative article on it. Which distrubition service do you use? The article says Distro Kid is the way to go.

(sorry if this is a derail, but maybe it'll help someone else old and clueless like me)

edit: Also, I should've mentioned that I really like your stuff so far! Reminds me of a band called The Wallmen that were a pretty big influence when I was in high school in the 80's. Short, fun, Dada-ish stuff. I only have their stuff on 30 year old rotting cassettes and some 7" vinyl, which I should really transfer to digital some day.

edit 2: this derail caused me to Google them after not having thought about them in a while HOLY poo poo THE WALLMEN HAVE A BANDCAMP PAGE okay I'm sorry, I'll settle down now, gotta save my strength for yelling about helicopters later

Awesome I will check The Wallmen out!! And yeah DistroKid was super easy for me to use, I recommend!

Rageaholic
May 31, 2005

I can't remember
what she came here for

I can't remember
much of anything
anymore




DistroKid rules. I started using them in 2018 and recommend it to any of my friends looking to get their music on streaming services.

Lifeglug
Oct 23, 2005



Iím using TuneCore because Iím a big idiot who didnít shop around much and just took a friendís recommendation. DistroKid seems much better.

internet celebrity
Jun 23, 2006



College Slice

Speaking of distributors, anyone know how long it takes for anything to show from Amazon? It's been months and I haven't seen anything show from there yet.

2DCAT
Jun 24, 2015

cyberdead.





Gravy Boat 2k

internet celebrity posted:

Speaking of distributors, anyone know how long it takes for anything to show from Amazon? It's been months and I haven't seen anything show from there yet.

Depends on your distributor but it's usually one of the quicker ones. I decided to drop a release a week out and things were distributed on time to Amazon and everywhere else when I wanted it

Jonny Nox
Apr 25, 2008


Got the V Collection and Pigments at the end of last year.

https://soundcloud.com/nik-fortuin-...rectly-to-brain

made that.

I got my daughter to do the Album Art. And it's loving perfect!

I also deleted a bunch of stuff off my Soundcloud that I didn't like or revealed my inexperience at the time.

Happy 2020 everyone!


JacquelineDempsey posted:

Hey, thanks! I'm listening to your modular stuff right now and really dig it. Kinda reminds me of late 90's Haujobb, which is a big ol' complement coming from me.

You might try Circadian, or, if you like stompy industrial 90's techno mixed with some house (and some embarassing samples), my oldest albums on there, Doxology and Fig 3. I was much into making EDM-based stuff back in those days.

Fun fact: Doxology and Fig 3 were made on a Playstation, of all things. And mixed down on CoolEditPro 2000... which I still use. My bf's always trying to get me to learn Energy XT, but I'm an old bitch who likes her old software.

Ok, Doxology is very much my poo poo.

Jonny Nox fucked around with this message at 00:46 on Jan 2, 2020

internet celebrity
Jun 23, 2006



College Slice

2DCAT posted:

Depends on your distributor but it's usually one of the quicker ones. I decided to drop a release a week out and things were distributed on time to Amazon and everywhere else when I wanted it

Sorry, I mean for Amazon to pay out. I'm using Distrokid if that makes a difference.

2DCAT
Jun 24, 2015

cyberdead.





Gravy Boat 2k

internet celebrity posted:

Sorry, I mean for Amazon to pay out. I'm using Distrokid if that makes a difference.

Ahh, that's even more distributor specific and could range from a month, to quarter, to having to meet a certain threshold. We get paybouts from Amazon on a monthly basis but that probably won't help since we don't use Distrokid

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


Jonny Nox posted:

Got the V Collection and Pigments at the end of last year.

https://soundcloud.com/nik-fortuin-...rectly-to-brain

made that.

I got my daughter to do the Album Art. And it's loving perfect!

I also deleted a bunch of stuff off my Soundcloud that I didn't like or revealed my inexperience at the time.

Happy 2020 everyone!
This is a very nice "first song of the day"! Really slow-burning build up while I have my first cig and shake the fog outta my brain, then eventually the gentle beats kick in and I get dressed and am ready to face the world.

Plus that album art made me laugh, and that's always a cheery way to start the day. I had to squint to see what was being applied directly to the brain (I didn't have my glasses on) and SOUP made me giggle.

quote:

Ok, Doxology is very much my poo poo.
Thank you kindly!

Jonny Nox
Apr 25, 2008


JacquelineDempsey posted:

This is a very nice "first song of the day"! Really slow-burning build up while I have my first cig and shake the fog outta my brain, then eventually the gentle beats kick in and I get dressed and am ready to face the world.

Really glad you enjoyed it.

JacquelineDempsey posted:

Plus that album art made me laugh, and that's always a cheery way to start the day. I had to squint to see what was being applied directly to the brain (I didn't have my glasses on) and SOUP made me giggle.

Congrats, your comment made her day!


Turns out being complimented on your art by strangers feels real good, lol.

baby puzzle
Jun 3, 2011

I'll Sequence your Storm.

Hello. I'd like some feedback on this... This is a cheap track that I had purchased, along with some cheap vocals. I'm trying to make them work together. Is there any hope? I'm not really done mixing yet.

I'm worried about the notes first. These are the raw vocals with no autotune and just some reverb and EQ. I know how to change the key/notes if I need to... I can't hear anything too dissonant between the vocals and the other melodies... can you? I don't have the best ear for these things yet.

https://soundcloud.com/lermdeml/vocaltestexport/s-Tm89b

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


baby puzzle posted:

Hello. I'd like some feedback on this... This is a cheap track that I had purchased, along with some cheap vocals. I'm trying to make them work together. Is there any hope? I'm not really done mixing yet.

I'm worried about the notes first. These are the raw vocals with no autotune and just some reverb and EQ. I know how to change the key/notes if I need to... I can't hear anything too dissonant between the vocals and the other melodies... can you? I don't have the best ear for these things yet.

https://soundcloud.com/lermdeml/vocaltestexport/s-Tm89b

I can't crank it right now as my housemates are watching a movie in the next room (I really need to get some good headphones), but... doesn't seem dissonant to me? And frankly I'm an old fart that hates autotune, I like a bit of human "imperfection" anyways*. But yeah, it seemed to match up pretty well for me. Keep going!

*The exception to this being Eddie Money's "Take Me Home Tonight", which has a part where the tape track must've slipped or something and the instruments warble and pitch shift down for a bit. I'd hear that every day while listening to the radio at one job, and holy poo poo it drove me nuts.

Trig Discipline
Jun 3, 2008

Please leave the room if you think this might offend you.


Grimey Drawer

I'm back still on my vocoder bullshit. One weird track for a goon compilation turned into an entire concept album which I'm still loving with over two years later.

https://soundcloud.com/danwarren/su...achines-reprise

baby puzzle
Jun 3, 2011

I'll Sequence your Storm.

Well, ďauto tuneĒ is really a tool that can make changes such as changing the key of a performance without necessary removing any of the imperfections. Iím actually really impressed with what it can do.

JacquelineDempsey
Aug 6, 2008


baby puzzle posted:

Well, ďauto tuneĒ is really a tool that can make changes such as changing the key of a performance without necessary removing any of the imperfections. Iím actually really impressed with what it can do.

Oh, fair enough! I wasn't trying to diss your use of it, and honestly, since I haven't used it myself, shouldn't throw shade on it. I was thinking of the popular tracks like Jaime Foxx's "Blame It" when I said I hate how autotune sounds. My sincere apologies if I offended you.

baby puzzle
Jun 3, 2011

I'll Sequence your Storm.

Here's a full export after a bit more work. https://soundcloud.com/lermdeml/test2export/s-8aylf

Yay I'm a producer!

why does fl studio cut out a tiny bit at the start of the track? Or maybe soundcloud is doing that.

SpaceGoatFarts
Jan 5, 2010

sic transit gloria mundi




Nap Ghost

baby puzzle posted:

Here's a full export after a bit more work. https://soundcloud.com/lermdeml/test2export/s-8aylf

Yay I'm a producer!

why does fl studio cut out a tiny bit at the start of the track? Or maybe soundcloud is doing that.

I like it!

Here is a jam I made around a nice drone with the DPO, Mangrove and Erbe-verb

https://soundcloud.com/gautier-gillon/loremipsum

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Impatient Skype JO
Nov 26, 2011

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Here's an album I made. It's a little all over the place genre-wise, each song sounds different from the others.

https://soundcloud.com/tv_eyes/sets/8a-2

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