Hello all! My username is vichoZawesome (Although I usually go by vichoZ on the internet). I am 14 and still figuring out how this whole music thing works. I got into Caustic about a year ago thanks to my friend quarternary. I consider myself a decent clarinetist (Too bad there are no MIDI clarinets) and a noob at everything to do with computers. Hopefully I can learn something from you guys :P.
Hi and welcome! I played clarinet for a few years (20+ years ago haha) it has an intriguing tone that attracted me to it then....
The cool thing you will or may have already noticed that Caustic brings music to a visual perspective that lets you see it, and better understand it, as you learn and grow through using it.
Yep! definitely. I am really looking forward to learning more about electronic instruments and such! Maybe one day I will build a real modular synth... (At least for now, I will stick to Caustic's)
PS- Go bucks! (I live in Columbus too, just like a couple of other members here :D)
Really? I'm in Hilliard just west of 270
Hi my name is harshit jha a.k.a mr.bounce I'm from new delhi,india I'm 15 years old I'm crazy about music when first listened to calvin harris(he's my FAVOURITE) then then I become mad about music. But I had no medium to create music. I have an android tablet I searched “best music production apps“ on google search . And caustic was there, in no time I downloaded and launched,but I had no idea to how to use it. Today, I have understand the whole app I'm with the results. My dream to be the best in this field , but first I have to be best in my country.
Mr. Bounce. . I am happy to see an Indian like me..
Well I am DJ EOF-1 or Shreyas Iyer from Vadodara, Gujarat, India. .
Well I am a hard head and mad abt rawstyle and I am slowly gaining expertise in producing it using this wonderful app..
Rawstyle collaborations are always welcome!
Follow me :->> www.soundcloud.com/dj-eof-1
Visit my YouTube channel: http://m.youtube.com/channel/UCooYiT-w45DeqU5ZxyIbfgA
My name's (you guessed it!) Dillon, I'm turning 16 in half a month, I'm black, and I live in the St. Louis, MO area. I probably don't live close enough to it to say that but it's Missouri and that's the only notable town for miles. I'm growing up in a household of 8 and at times it can get pretty hectic... so much so that I have to deal with frail emotions and, erhm, subpar thoughts every now and then. I love them all regardless, though I can't say I don't want to leave end soon.
Anyways, I have always had a deep passion for video games. I started making them in 7th grade and have learned so much in so little time... I also love to draw, write stories, and, well, make music! I picked up caustic in August and I have loved it since. It's my first DAW of sorts, after all.
I make mostly chill drum and bass tunes, but I like experimenting with genres and seeing what happens. I also like making more orchestral sounds, which I plan on incorporating that into some BGM for a game I'm looking to make (It will have furry characters in it so if you hate that type of stuff then I guess it won't be your cup of tea).
If anyone wants to collab with me, feel free to message me on soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/crunchytacobake
I'm constantly looking for new ways to improve in every facet of creativity because for some reason I'm drawn to almost all creative pursuits, so do not hesitate to tell me where I can improve. kthx.
"An apple a day keeps the haters away" - future senior quote
Hi, I'm N.V.I.V., 21, from Philippines. I'm absolutely a music lover. I just started making some electronic music 2 years ago using MixxMachine Studio. I just use Caustic more or less 2 months ago when I bought my first Android phone. I discovered and started liking EDM when I hear the music of Zedd. Now that I have Caustic, I was hoping that I can produce tracks with the same quality of sounds like him or better.
Now, i think that i have to make my sound. If that was me, that's me, that was my music. I don't have to imitate others. Just do my job. Hahaha
Feel the beat!
Marko Stc - Apollo 13 (N.V.I.V. Remix)
Hi there and Welcome! Wow where you live, how is it going there in your area, considering consistent unrest in Ferguson? Stay safe out there!
Hi, my name is John. I'm 16, and a high school student from Tennessee. I play lead trumpet in my school's band but I have no idea how to compose music. Caustic is fun, even though I can't into music theory!
Hi Caustic Ab(Users)!
I've made numerous posts on the forum, but feel i should make a more formal intro as I'm now a Caustic fan for life!
I live in Chicago, IL and grew up in Indiana, influenced by Chicago House, Industrial, Detroit Techno, and Hip-Hop since the early 80's. I went to college in California for 4 years where I was exposed to the 60's Movement, Ambient, Reggae, Dub, Trance musics, West-African drumming and dance (studied), and many other world traditions.
Electronic music has been a part of my life in some capacity, as a DJ, event promoter, label marketing, writer, 'technomusicologist', producing off and on between day-jobs...
Love all music (even Country has grown on me in the past decade), and I've been working on combining Techno/Electronica with Jazz. To me there are so many parallels between the musics even though on the surface they seem polar opposites. A marriage made in musical heaven (at least in my head!)
Seeking any AbUsers in Chicago, or any Trumpet/Sax/Keys Players worldwide for collaboration. However, oddly enough, guitar-driven rock/blues/country has been coming to me, go figure!
Love women, the beach/nature, travel, and my bicycle. And now you can add Caustic to this list. Reason and Ableton Live are great, but they can't come along for the ride as easily like Caustic can! Oh, and I've been wanting to get my 10 yr old niece into music-making and i think Caustic is the way. Thank you, Sir Rej for your fantastic talents and customer support.
Just found this forum and thought I should introduce myself.
My name is Sean, age 44, and I am from Ontario, Canada - that's a fairly large chunk of the country, but I have moved around from south to the "near north" and eastern portions of the province. I've also lived in such places as Omaha, Nebraska, USA, Seattle, Washington, USA, and (briefly) Saudi Arabia.
I started writing music on a piano at age 11, so was inducted into piano lessons, which I took until age 18 when I decided that my rock band was more important than learning the classical techniques I'd studied so hard for all of those years. Through high school I also played trumpet, trombone, tuba, and oboe (wait, what? Yes... oboe!), as well as fiddling around with guitar, bass guitar, drums, and even bagpipes (wait, wha... OK, yes, I am a little odd!) I even went to band camp ("this one time at band camp...") for trumpet where I honed my skills a bit, and one of my cabin mates is now known as Nick "Brownman" Ali (not "famous" per se, but he is a well-known jazz artist in Canada), who introduced me to jazz music. Well, so did one of my piano teachers... Anyway, after quitting piano lessons, my aspirations to become a piano teacher were dashed, and I instead studied to become a computer programmer. However, I continued to play music with a few bands, recorded several albums (yes, albums... and we even sold a few cassette tapes too...), and then moved away for work.
I've continued to create music through the years with various types of equipment, ranging from a borrowed sequencer (don't remember which one) connected to my Akai AX-73 (still have it) and a Dr. Synth and Dr. Drums (later replaced with a Pro\Cussion module), to my PC using the first version of SONAR and mostly soft synths. I have written country-like tunes, rock stuff, ballads, lullabys, jazz, and even some sorta-dance-like stuff. My computer is old and slow, so I hadn't done much in recent years, but when I discovered Caustic and saw mow much it was, I immediately bought it and started creating!
Musically, I am very much into prog-rock right now, and am enjoying discovering new bands, but am also a fan of rock, hard rock, hair-band rock (80s and early 90s), alt-rock, jazz, fusion, classical... For specific artists: Dream Theater, Symphony X, Ayreon, Myrath, King's X, Manteca (the Canadian version), Metallica, Spyro Gyra, Shadowfax, Elton John, Billy Joel... I dunno... there's too many!
I'm also a father of 5 girls, write fiction for fun, have too many pets in a too-small house, like photography, love the outdoors, was recently diagnosed with ADD, and I talk to much when I let my fingers start typing without reigning them in... so I will apologize now and say SQUIRREL!
Hi, I'm Abriel, you might know me as Cows of Truth. I live in the wall street of the Philippines, Makati. I discovered EDM while I was listening to Nick Keller's music so I said to myself "Hey, how about you, stop being a lazy and irresponsible guy who has no life and friends and make music so you can have something to do other than sitting in your chair feeling like an ass." So I tried to make music using FLM but wtf it sucks what the hell. Yeah I used to use G-Stomper on another alias but sadly, the new version isn't available for the android 2.3.6. Sad. But oh well I found caustic and I was like "ew ui" yeah im that choosey that time but thank God I used this. so yeah.
Oh and im a jazz bassist irl
I feel like I'm late to the chow line but what the hell. Hi I'm Zach. I live in Anaheim, California with my beautiful wife and two amazing daughters. I'm originally from south central, los Angeles. I had a rough up bringing but wouldn't change a thing about it. After having a gun shoved to your temple, singing on multiple people going to catch one and put his lights out for a moment, spit on, shot at, robbed, racially profiled ( it is possible to be racist towards Caucasians. I'm living proof.) Everyday until I reached the almost virtually impossible age of eighteen, you obtain a certain set of skills....skills that make me a nightmare for men like....oh sorry....without the jokes, it made me a stronger person. I am 29 years old now. Moved to San Diego at age twenty, meet my wife, lost first born daughter which sent me on a four year drug binge. We then had or second daughter. This helped fill the emptiness but still had to fight a really bad drug habit. Got clean finally and joined the United states army, PFC SHIPMAN, M.O.S 68 whisky details.. health care specialist sub category; combat medic. I was able to convince my recruiter to get ranger school try out put into my contract. Passed all my initial tests, classes, didn't do the best in jump school but still passed, passed the ranger tab courses until the ftx. 48hr mission objective: secure hostile occupied compound. Capture insurgents if possible. This was the hardest thing I have ever set out to complete. When we reached the swamp at about 32 hours into the mission, I watched a c.o 2nd Lieutenant a.k.a butter bar, pull a packet of Louisiana hot sauce out of a.c.u jacket, squeeze it into his hand, and proceed to rub in into his eyes. The man didn't even feel it he was ssi tired. As we all were. He just kept telling our squad leader that he couldn't see anything. No rescue that deep in and his battle buddy had to fireman him the rest of the way. Reached the compound wet, cold, and in a droning state, was the third rite to enter leap frog formation reached a coating point banked to hard and received a severe informal hernia. Out on medical discharge while my brothers received their tabs. I lived every second of it. Wow that was like a toss flash back lol. I forgot I was typing.
Anyhow, I've been a musician my whole life since I can remember. I can play any instrument I pick up. I never had lessons just a natural ear and physical ability. Started producing computer music the same year that image-line released the very fist fruity loops. I don't remember the year. I followed image-line through there entire development. They have truly made an empire out of FL studio. If it wasn't for caustic I wouldn't use anything other than it. Fl 12 is coming out soon for those of you that have used fl or still use. They may still be accepting beta testers you might want to check it out at image line version 11.5 hidden v. 12 beta. It wasn't until a year ago that I became a professional producer. With the exception of a few session sit ins with Steve Russell (produced such bands as p.o.d, as I lay dying, finch ect ...) I'm completely self taught. Therefore, I merely lack the certificate stating my status of an engineer of the sonic enviroment. Learned about caustic through Google play, loved it, bought it, use it all the time. Works great for sound design. Sooooooi..............I'm tired and want to finish my first trance/deep house that I was finishing up in caustic. I'll share once I get it uploaded to soundcloud. Next..... hello....... ... .. oh........(tumbleweed crosses the desolate ghost town once filed with energy and charisma. Until Zach spoke)
Divisionary sounds at www.SoundCloud.com/divisionaryofficial
Did you go to Encinitas high school? If so, probably now my best man. Do you know a Casey Froke? Or Adam Cunningham? Or ever heard of the band scar'd sanity?
Hi, my name is Leonardo and I am from Uruguay (latin america) , but I live in Barcelona Spain.
I started making music a long long time ago whit fruity loops. I maked a cd album whit a friend. Later I start using fl studio 6.and from this point I maked a lot of songs whit Fl Studio. Now whit the smartphones and tablets I downloaded Fl Studio mobile but was a deception. I downloaded caustic 3 for give it a try and its fantastic. Need some uprades but I think Caustic is the more powerfull app for make music in Android. Never more use fl studio now I only make music whit my bq curie 2 tablet and my headphones.
Never dawn your level, always try to get HIGHER!!!!!!!
Suscribe to my YOUTUBE CHANNELL: http://m.youtube.com/channel/UCl_LyrlTJcKSDcooklb1L4w
This thread is already pretty old but since I never really introduced myself...
My name is Johannes, I'm 17 and live in southern germany, I'm still in school and I'm in a relationship. Since my parents are musicians music has been all around me pretty much my whole life. I've been playing several instruments but the only one i still play is the recorder. I also like playing the piano but I never got any lessons so I'm not really good at it. I grew up with classical music and rock and pop but getting older I more and more got into rock at first, then hip-hop and then finally electronic music especially Dubstep, D'n'B, Neurofunk, Glitch Hop, Moombahcore and the like. I don't really care about genres though - I like everything that's good. I don't really have a favourite artist but the most noteable one IMO is Savant. Other Artists I really like are for example Haywyre, Katfyr, TheFatRat, Neonlight, Prototyperaptor, $aturn or Awolnation but there are many more.
A few years ago I got my hands on cubase and the fl studio demo. At first I was only pressing buttons and creating really simple patterns and soon grew tired of it. Then a little over a year ago I started using those two daws again - still only trying simple and basic stuff but better than nothing. And finally in spring 2014 I discovered Fl Studio Mobile, G-Stomper and Caustic. Since I don't have a laptop I began using them more and more. Because I didn't really get used to caustic at first I used the other two way more at first but then slowly I got used to it. Since somewhere in autumn now I've been only using Caustic and Fl Studio. My songs are slowly getting better and more complex but I'm still a real newbie to be true ^^ I've got a lot of songs in WIP right now and I'm looking forward to sharing those with you! There's a song I might post here in the next weeks. It's pretty much finished since half an year but I've never been entirely satisfied with it so I can't garantee anything though. Well we'll see...
Any Questions? :P
hey I live in the same area as you
Hy i'm Mike_Rofone, my real name is Ralph i am 24 years old, and i came from Austria, from the wonderful City of Graz. After excessive listening to heavy metal and all of the subgenres, playing electric and acoustic guitar for about 9 years, i came to electronic music, especially goa and drum n bass in 2010, during a crisis in my life. My parents split, my best friend died, i lost my job because of drugs. I was unemployed for more than 2 years after that, spending my time doing drugs and excessive drinking. i was a wreck at that time, life was shit and i hated myself. But in this time i also discovered the energy of electronic music, and its power. In 2013 i met my girlfriend, and from that point my life turns about 180 °. I had perspectives, found a sense in life, music and my girlfriend :) I got a job, where i have a good position now, moved together with my girl, and now everything is awesome :) Since 2 months i make electronic music myself, because of the Caustic app, and its one of the best things that could happen! Its so fun just to try round with all the presets, and making tracks. Thank Rej for this app, and thank you all in this forum for helping my on my way :) You are great!
Hi to all, I have been playing with Caustic for a couple of months now, and apologies for any break in protocol in not doing this sooner...My name is Andy, born in Carlisle Cumbria, UK, playing guitar in local bands. Moved down to London to find fame and fortune, and found a pot full of pans in a west end restaurant...( yes that old chestnut ) Played in main band writing our own stuff influenced by 60's garage US & UK. Nothing really panned out for us, so I kind of gave up playing in bands. Got married and moved to Eastbourne, but still commute into London to work.
My own influences are such stuff as Pink Floyd, Yes, Led Zepp, the early Canterbury scene, Caravan, Soft Machine (some of Robert Wyatt's drumming before his accident is sheer brilliance) - a couple of German bands Can & Amon Duul II, Steve Hillage in and out of Gong, and through to Stranglers, Magazine, Big Star, and so on, the list is quite wide and varied so will stop now before it gets ridiculous...
I must admit getting to hear a lot of tracks from you guys It would be a lie to say I'm totally into electronic music in the same way as a lot of you, in fact I have never really handled any kind of synthesizer, and I am really just trying to make music I like , , and that maybe some other people can enjoy, An example of electronic music that I like is the work Steve Hillage and Miquette Giraudy do in System 7, and their collaboration they did with Japanese band Rovo called Phoenix Rising is something that I really like. Anyway enough for now, and hopefully you don't consider me too uncool...lol...
Nice to meet another fella rocker... Not a lot of us in here. At least not known. Feel free to shoot me an email if you ever want to rock out.
Hello, passing by to share my gratitude to Rej for his great piece of software which is bringing all these people together.And for being available at such an incredible price.
I'm a 35 Romanian and blessed with an great family and life. Music making(more like goofing around) is the hobby that gives me a lot of satisfaction. Before doing it with software, i was composong on my guitar. Recently, the job and family are squeezing more and more available time for this. So FL Studio,my desktop daw, is more often left aside unfortunately, while Caustic does an excellent job closing unused spaces in my schedule (still learning it though, thanks to this forum for that)
Cheers for that, It's nice to connect with people who share some common ground, and I will keep your comment in mind....still finding my feet with Caustic, thinking there's a lot of learning to be done...lol. ...
Hi my name is Tony Anderson aka (1Tribe) and I may be the oldest on this site, I am 65 and I have been married to my amazing and inspiring wife for 41 yrs and we have a 28 yr old son who is a Producer DJ and band member of Dark Sky. From 1976 to 1986 I was a keyboard tech and Fairlight programmer. I worked for quite a few bands in that time including Soft Cell,Bronski Beat,The Thompson Twins,Blancmange,Kim Wilde,Dexys Midnight Runners and The Style Council. Believe it or not I have never learnt to play a keyboard !!!! I got by being able to program Fairlights,Emulaters,PPG Waves and LinnDrums Most of which I have forgotten now. When I left the business I didn't get to take the tools of my trade with me, A Fairlight CMI used to cost £20.000.00 in those days.Now Caustic and Loopstack cost a grand total of £8.00 !!! and they can do a hundred times more things than I could ever do with the Fairlight Then came real computers and powerful software I got to beta test the first version of CuBase which would be unrecognizable today but at the time it was awesome.I have been using Ableton for the last 10 yrs and have recently started using a Novation Launchkey 25 recommended by my son,what a revelation. I started posting my music on Myspace 7yrs ago https://myspace.com/onetribe666/music/songs but I now use https://soundcloud.com/electro-anderson with the name (1Tribe) . I live near Salisbury in Wilshire England and the countryside around my house is what inspires my music, My profile image is one of hundreds of awsome sunrises I see from my bedroom window when I wake in the morning. What I wanted was some thing I could take out in the fields with me and compose music with Red Kites,Buzzards and Rooks flying around above me, to that end I got a Tesco Hudl with Caustic,Loopstack and a Switch bluetooth speaker/charger so I am now totally mobile. I am still learning my way around Caustic and I have to say it feels quite a daunting prospect when I listen to some of the music on the Caustic site especialy Angled Socks and Andy Bones (on a mobile phone and headphones !!!!!! where the fuck are you from I want your brains) And last but not least a MASSIVE big up to the creator of CAUSTIC and LOOPSTACK a fucking awsome piece of kit.(1Tribe)
Welcome, I have been here since genesis and I would say as far as vocalized age, you may have won.
Have fun, the community is alive, that is for sure!
My name is Max, i'm 19 and i live from Ukraine
A year ago I did not know how to play a musical instrument, did not know how to make music.
But once in Google Play I caught Caustic.
Since then, my life has changed)
At first it was difficult to understand all this, I started watching videos about how to make music. Later, I began to realize that this example, reverb, delay, distortion, and so on.
I went so far as to learn to make good mastering and mixing in Caustic
Even now, I know the music is not at the level of proffesional, but with the help of his ears I'm doing quite logical to music)
Waiting for update Caustic!
And all the best of luck with Caustic! It´s nice to see that you enjoy it so much! :)
I´m Matthias and 32 years and make electronic music for now 17 years. Long time with hardware(,,all´´ the big digital machines)
For 3 years i experienced software more and more. Allways looking for the right interface to use it. Caustic is a big suprise. No gadget in this way.
Use also a modularsystem.We got luck and have here in Dresden a modularsynth builder(Curetronic) The PCM Synth and this could be friends for a long time.
But real important this days is making music. Very exiting to present Caustic Tracks soon. Until, listen to this:
Hello There, I'm Saymum aka Sohan, 20. I'm from Dhaka, Bangladesh and i'm a Muslim. I've been attached to music since.........I can't remember. I have trained myself with Indian Harmonium for 9 years, Tabla for 6, Esraj for 2, Tanpura for 1.5 and lastly, trying my hardest with acoustic guitar (1 month running!). I'm a Hons' student in Physics (Just got admitted to National University, Bangladesh). Beside studentship, I do some private tutoring in the local area for my pocket money. (Yes, we Bangladeshi people often start our Career after completing our Masters' Degree). And I'm unmarried WITHOUT a girlfriend.( We have a very Conservative society here)
I'm mostly into Local classic songs and country songs. Also do some "Rabindra and Nazrul geetee". And for enjoying purpose, anything but Hip-Hop and Rap and others like these two.
Like to play games, watching movies and mostly, Playing music and jamming with friends.
Welcome to SCS Matt and Saymum
Thanx Jason. I see there are many Indian people here. But haven't seen any Bangladeshi. Anyone out there?
This community is a quite unique breed of individuals around the world with a vast amount of backgrounds, skills, and more..... I hope that some day we can get a map of sorts that pins our regional locations, to get a visual of where we all come from.
hi I am hamed hassanabadi from iran and aaa I don't know say what here?! Er.... I try to be a musician and do my bests in caustic and I am NOT the best musician I'm still first of the way but people here think that I said 'I'm the best' but I said just we must have a top gallery because I think that good musics must found easily . Actually I have eng grammar problem and people get bad meaning . Nevermond!
I have 22 y old and have 2 brother 1 sister and live with our parent and nothing ;)
♦The god of Dubstep♦
the problem is what is good? more exact who'll be deciding what's good? and yeah your grammar will probably get you in the depths of hell some day ^^
apart from that welcome to the community! (if I'm allowed to say this since I'm pretty much a new user myself )
I have studied a little bit about Iran in general and I even found a compilation record of Iranian garage rock from the 60's and 70's; very cool stuff.
Take your time with English and don't be afraid to ask questions.
I love harmonium sounds, very cool.
My name is Karnaim (I got the name from a verse in the book of Amos from the Bible, so yes I am a Christian :)) and I really wanted to get into music at least ten years ago. I wanted to be lead singer of a rock band, but I didn't have the rest of the band. :) So I did a little research on electronic apps and found Caustic. I have been a devoted fan ever since. However, I would like to move on from Caustic eventually, buy FL Studio, maybe Ableton, maybe Sylenth, maybe Reason... but it's hard to leave because of you guys and this great community.
Oh, and I am obsessed with dubstep, hardstyle, chill (kind-of) and trap. And anything with "-step" at the end. :D
Welcome sir! How about you create "Caustic step?" Could be the new wave of steppin.....
Interesting about your name coming from Amos... I'll have to look that up to find out about that one
I love sound. I've played since I was a baby on my grand piano with my dad. He's a piece of crap but I retained his musical talent. I think anyway. Let me know what you think. When I hear music in my head I hear Caustic sounds. What is this?
Hi, my name is Thomas. And it looks like iam the newest causticholik.
Iam from mannheim germany and iam born in the summer of 1965. My first computer was a ohio scientific superboard II. Then c64,amiga,intel..
Iam not a musican looks like i have absolutliy no talent..But i was always around emusic. Had some hardware like the elektor modular.
Later i reduced hardware to a midi keyboard and a daw called ennergyxt . So thats me (at least a part of me ) ;).
I'm (insert fake real name here) and I'm 15
I might seem strange sometimes, but all creative people are weirdos at heart, that's what sets them apart.
I enjoy thinking outside the box, but my belief with all things creative is
Fill the inside of the box first,then spill out of the box and develop a unique style.
My favourite artists are the m machine (not a fan other latest album though), koan sound, Porter Robinson and a bit of passion pit.
Admittedly I'm not a big fan of this new modern brostep, it doesn't make me want to rave, it makes me want to vomit.
I love harmony and lots of notes working together for rave parts, not monotone sound effects, although some songs are exceptions.
Listen to the metropolis album by the m machine.they don't disappoint :)
That's pretty much it.
I make orchestral uplifting trance. See for yourself on my SoundCloud, you may like it :) https://soundcloud.com/user696762693 Thanks!
Since pretty much everybody else did it, I'm Yzzis Pizarro from Puerto Rico. Before starting to make music I was always listening to electronic music almost the whole time. Until i asked myself how do this people make this amazing sounds and turning them into music? That's when i started to look for info and downloading beat makers. But beat makers weren't enough so I searched DAW on Google play and there's where i found Caustic. Before buying Caustic, I saw the tutorials on YouTube to get a better idea off what I can do with it. And now here I am making music for everyone to enjoy and even podcasts that is my latest project that I recently finished recording enough for up to December and also landed 18th and 16th on the Caustic Top 20 of July. Besides music, I like playing videogames, wich my favorite is clash of clans, play sports and now I'm about to start college to study mechanical engineering wich is hell in math (this is why I needed to start making 16 podcasts soon). By making music and studying engineering I'll have a plan A and plan B. I have anything else to mention about me, so I'll hear you guys on September 4th.
This cloud has my sounds --> https://soundcloud.com/pyzarix/tracks
Cloudy With A Chance Of Dubstep --> https://www.clowdy.com/Pyzarix
Simon Green, 16, and i have the iq of a burnt piece of toast. i do the stupidest stunts i can think of and i like brostep, dnb, darkstep, drumstep and anything relatively fast paced and heavy. i was born in canada in hamilton i think and lived there for 3 or 4 years. now i live in the more rural part of new york. i spend most of my time making music, playing clash of clans, or doing backflps off my roof (if you dont believe me my instagram is @moistened_pasta theres a video of it). i do also enjoy drawing im not that bad but i only do it during my art class or when my younger brother doesnt want to box with me. ive also been in a mental hospital for homicidal thoughts. i liked it there but it got boring when all the other patients left so i was stuck by myself. i am an atheist (i hate fedoras) and do believe life has no meaning. i was introduced to electronic music by skrillex so to most people i probably have a poor taste in music. but ill always have him at the top of my chart. others i listen to are knife party, krewella, figure, zomboy, getter, terravita, bear grillz, datsik, eptic, tim ismag, ninja kore, dr ozi, and phase one
Hello there, i'm Goran Janković (dare you to say it right) ;-)
Anyway, i'm 24 and i come from Belgrade, Serbia (ex Yugoslavia), southeast Europe.
I'm third child besides my older brother and sister. I'm physiotherapist, unemployed at the time so i spent my time with hang out, street workout etc.
And now about music.
I listen mostly rap, but i can listen variously genres from NU Metal to Dubstep. ;-)
First touch with rap i had in early age when my older cousins visit me and my family for holidays. Few years later i got cable TV and saw Ja Rule, DMX, Eminem etc. on TV. That was time i started listen rap.
My first track i made with java application called Vibe, in 2007 i guess. Ahahahahaha, that waaas so funny track. I remember i was in healthcare center with school for some lessons. Me and my friend play that track and laugh so loud that patients start complein. Since then i made hundreds of beats, but still i dont wanna publish them. Im still learning.
Check out my new track.
hei der blitz einer aus würddaberg ^^
Vibe! I remember toying with that on my old BlackBerry! Only had a few songs finished, kind of, but they're long gone. I'd give anything to hear them again, or to hear the first song I ever finished...
VIOLENT NEUROSIS (YouTube) ...https://www.youtube.com/user/ViolentNeurosis