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AndyZamoron
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Joined: 05/22/2014 - 12:54
Wow!

By far, out of the 500 or so songs I've made with Caustic, this is the wildest one. What sounds like voices are two beatboxes going through a vocoder attatched to a half-wet auto-wah effect. Which I've used on several other tracks. The first being another of my songs called Plink. But this one turned out almost sinister sounding. So I went with it. To me, now, it sounds like some really hard WARP! Records acid techno. But I never consider how my songs will sound when finished.

Enjoy my weirdness.

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Joined: 09/01/2017 - 07:32
Cool. Really liked the drip

Cool. Really liked the drip-drops at about 4:30. Nice one.

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Joined: 01/19/2014 - 17:10
My first foray back into the

My first foray back into the Caustic fold for a number of months and Andy Z has several tracks scattered around Show n Tell Page 1.  Nice to see some things don’t change :)

This one is a real belter!  Those voice sounds you describe add bags of atmosphere and it’s already pretty intense.  Another AZ classic!

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But of course. I'm always

But of course. I'm always creating something. Always. To me, it sounds like "brain dance" in the last thirty seconds. I automated each of the three parts the vocoder is used in to different sub, noise, and slew settings.

That dripping sound was a pcm drum kit turned up a couple octaves with a cabinet simulator set with max height, min width, min damp, mid tone, and a tad of reverb. As usual, and along with every other instrument, I've automated to that point.

Thanks y'all.