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  • lucky one replied to the topic 'Electro, Moog, filter and bubbles' in the forum.
    4 minutes ago

    Thanks for listening alfredo
    I'm really happy you enjoyed the track and the filter sweeps!
    I also love filter sweeps and I sometimes wonder if other people also do :laugh:


    lucky one - AtmosphericElectroRock - Facebook - SoundCloud - Spotify

  • lucky one thanks user 'halfr3d' in the forum message ' Electro, Moog, filter and bubbles'.
    7 minutes ago
  • halfr3d thanks user 'Bl4cksun' in the forum message ' Neurofunk tune finished'.
    4 hours 56 minutes ago
  • halfr3d replied to the topic 'Neurofunk tune finished' in the forum.
    4 hours 56 minutes ago

    thanks Blacksun!
    the noisia-like thing is a big compliment for me since they are one of my biggest inspiration since i started producing... the track is so loud since i tried to push it at its maximum (spent a lot of time on mixing and mastering it)...
    glad u dig it

  • Bl4cksun replied to the topic 'Neurofunk tune finished' in the forum.
    5 hours 36 minutes ago

    loud! caught me off guard after listening to Mr Forks track and a few others, but given the genre and style thats a good thing.
    very Noisa like which seems to be very popular in dnb atm and it's a cracking track..Even though its loud you've still managed to keep a lot of dynamic range in there.

  • Bl4cksun replied to the topic 'Mr Fork new track - A Reflection of Blue' in the forum.
    5 hours 42 minutes ago

    Welcome back, thought we'd lost you to the ps4 for good ;)
    Loved the track, that base is just sublime, which synth did you use for that?
    Really clean sound
    Would love to hear a version of that played live with a dave gilmour type guitarist improvising the lead line but the lead synth sounds good too.

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  • halfr3d created a new topic ' Neurofunk tune finished' in the forum.
    8 hours 35 minutes ago

    I've just uploaded a track which i am very proud to share with u... it took me a lot of hours and efforts to make it! i think i never used the spectrum analyser so much... i hope u'll appreciate it! ;)

  • Mr Fork created a new topic ' Mr Fork new track - A Reflection of Blue' in the forum.
    9 hours 40 minutes ago

    Hey everyone. Been a while since I had time to finish up a track. I seem to not have much time of late. I'm hoping that changes but who knows. Anyway I just finished up a track. The mix seems fairly good. Seems to translate well even on smaller speakers. Please take a listen if you have a moment. Let me know what you think or if you have any suggestions.

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