a new track, inspired by the 90s...10 machines 7 pcmsynths, two subsynths and 1 padsynth.
Nice rich textures and good use of vocal samples as always! I like the effect you achieved with the bass. Alternating octaves?
Yeah, I like the ravey stabs at the beginning.
It reminds me of Kevin Sanderson's Inner City - it's that sound that straddles house and techno. The strings at 01:45 are cool too
thanks...the female samples are Vocality made. the base alternates between the kick drum which gives it that feel.
those stabs are one of jblanns presets...i like that string sound to, its the orchestra padsnth preset that i edited a bit added a little chorus and reverb and delay.
i never know what genre my music falls into...its somewhere in there between techno house electronica and trance at times...this track to me has a very 90s club sound.
it's a really clean mix too, the kick drum stands out and the separation is sweet.
Well it has the right name I agree with James. listened to it on my KRK rokit 6 monitors with an Apogee DUET audio interface and the mix and sounds are just stunning. This is a really good example of how in the right hands Caustic is capable of professional quality results. is the male 'Better' Vocality as well? bravo sir!
thanks man...the male samples are from zvon..i dont have a male voice for Vocality yet unfortunately.
Oh man the 90's...... if you had a 909, 808, Korg M1, Roland JV-80 (or any JV/XV synth), you had it made....
Nice track, this certainly takes me back.
i did have a Korg Wavstation and an Alesis hr 16 drum machine back in the 90s...i made the best of what i had...now i have an app that does it all...for a few bucks.
I don't know the difference between things like trance and house, but I know what I like.
And this track is what I like.
In the 90's this was considered "Techno". :)
yeah your right mike...this is techno, for sure.
BTW danjdob, I gave this a roll on my stereo with sub and boy you have a rolling sinewave in there, fantastic track!
I am making it my duty to try and revivie some of the older sounds like this, the stabs and strings together... perfection.