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Discussion in 'Music' started by A Hot Pizza, Sep 2, 2017.
Finished the basic beat, and am working on the bass guitar.
Finished the bass riff, and am in the middle of working in the guitar riffs for the cover.
Finished the guitar riffs.
At this point, I just need to work on some Synth work.
Extended the intro a bit, and started work on the synth stuff.
Got the synth work finished.
The only thing left to do is some texturing...
Here it is.
I think it's good, I guess...
I started the drum work and layering work on another song.
Finished the main bass riff, and am now prepping the synth work.
i dont think your music is right for me
Mind telling me why?
I also got the first synth riff done, edited the pacing a bit, and started some layering work.
This song will be my most dense and complicated yet.
sounds too...strange or something. i dont like the metal bass on the guitar or something. kinda hard to tell with me.
Finished more layering, and started work on a guitar riff.
The guitar is going to take a backseat to the Synth and Bass in this song.
So, I realised that I couldn't get the guitar in this song without hating it.
So, I axed the guitar and replaced it with a harp!
I like how it sounds so far...
I like industrial music. Mind if I ask what inspired you to start making it yourself?
I think you are decent at ambience. I don't have experience in music making, but I think you should work on the melodies. I would like to see you just make a track that's just pure ambience.
Well, I always thought it would be interesting to be a composer, ever since I was a child, actually.
However, I never pursued it until recently, thinking I wouldn't be good at it, and thinking that it wasn't my true calling.
It was only earlier this year, in March, after I listened to the album "The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste" by Ministry, that I decided that I would pursue making music for real.
As for why I make Industrial music?
It''s just the genre that appeals to me the most.
I like the idea of harsh electronics turned into a song.
I should note I'm probably not that good anyway at this, but I want to do it anyway.
I've seriously considered moving into more ambient territory, since that seems to be my best received stuff.
Now, here is an experimental Drum and Bassish song I just finished.
I think this next song I'm working on might kill someone...
So more work has been done on the next song.
I should clarify that it is a shift in direction, with me experimenting with drone music.
Sounds pretty decent. The only thing it's really missing is a nice, powerful sounding snare drum. Without the snare kicking in sometime in the song, it just sounds like one big long buildup that never quite gets going. Just some constructive criticism for you, fam.