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  • Insanefunk created a new topic ' Fresh Booka Step Track' in the forum.
    5 hours 47 minutes ago

    Take a look at my new booka step track
    Kinda dubstep with middle eastern Native instruments

  • Karl37 thanks user 'Mr Fork' in the forum message ' Set of midi effects M4L'.
    6 hours 16 minutes ago
  • Mr Fork created a new topic ' Set of midi effects M4L' in the forum.
    8 hours 15 minutes ago

    Create digital music just put out an article on a set of midi effects called midular. They are free and they look like amazing utilities.

  • Leaflet replied to the topic 'Are you new? Introduce yourself here!' in the forum.

    Hello all previous hello-sayers
    and hello future readers :)
    I am Leaflet, from the Netherlands and have been wanting to produce music for 4 years now.
    But I had an epic sucky computer, Now that that's settled I am totally ready for it.
    Although my music taste has changed.. I've always wanted to make really fast happy hi-tech psytrance.
    Now I would like to make some dark, dubby. oozy psychedelic stuff.
    But other genres will be included :)
    Don't know where to begin though... so thank you Tom :)

    Masan Thanks guys! I appreciate it!
    3 months ago 1
  • Leaflet replied to the topic 'Start producing Dark Psytrance / Hi-Tech' in the forum.

    Heey :)
    I do like this genre. I am a total noob in music production so don't expect tips, just my opinion on the sound :)
    I think the base is a little 'muddy' from what I think it means. it sounds a bit dull and as if its one tone
    I did like your little bass drop in the beginning.
    I also like all the atmospheric stuff and the little clicks and prrs
    that stuff at 2:57 i thought was kind of weird. maybe add a little depth there
    the extra dums are nice
    Ok, but after 4 minutes I got really bored. I did like the atmospheric stuff but I really don't know why.
    Maybe the bass being a little too steady, it sounds dull to me. Maybe add some scratches and mechanical bleeps somewhere
    for my taste.
    But nice melodic twist at the end, I would have liked it too sustain longer and go a bit deeper.

    It was actually nice rating your song like this. Gave me more ideas about what a song should sound like.
    As I said, I suck.
    The only thing I did in ableton is try a baseline and got stuck.

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