Another track that wasn't planned out but grew organically from playing around with the app. This is my first time making really good use of the vocoder.
2 beatboxes for beats and 2 for effects
1 FM synth
3 pcm synths, with one playing that sparkly effect made on a subsynth
some other effects made on an 8-bit synth and played thru a beatbox.
Like this muchly :) - bassline at the beginning reminded me a little of 2 Unlimited - No Limit! Just less cheesy and not as much in your face :)
More awesome work - at turns funny, funky and hypnotic. I love the claps - they're so basic and brutal
You handle the tempo 'change' really well and the vocoder work is outstanding too.
Reminds me of Astralasia.
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And in turn Ozric Tentacles too...
Thanks again for listening. I pulled up the Ozric Tentacles album "The Yum Yum Tree" on You Tube and tapped somewhere random in the scrollbar...and yeah, sounds very similar. I'll have to give them and Astralasia more of a listen when I get a chance.
'The Politics of Ecstasy' by Astralasia is an extremely fine tune.
Ozric Tentacles had Eat Static as their electronic/dance offshoot
Astralasia were the electronic dance offshoot of The Magic Mushroom
Both bands were from the UK/European free festival scene throughout the 80's and 90's
I love the foreign language samples at the beginning. They really set the mood you use for the rest of the track.
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Great use of the Vocoder Astrotrance, and I also really like the long intro and foreign language samples. Nice work!
really cool track, great sound
Thanking you muchly! Glad you like.
Thank you all very much! The vocal samples are actually samples from a Kodak photo kiosk. If there's no passcode you can get in to the setup menu and change the language. I just wanted something that sounds exotic to Americanized ears, but it's probably going to cause some wtf?s internationally.
My 7 year old is grooving to this. She said, "It's 'Dance of the Kwant-um Computers. It's great to dance to!"
Dude, that's hilarious. "Please insert your memory card into the slot as shown". Great track. I've listened to it a few times now.
cool! I'm very glad she enjoyed dancing to my song. :)
Ha ha, yeah, I guess it's kind of appropriate since it's a song about computers. Thank you for listening!
The bass in the intro reminded me of Queen's Invisible Man, I was waiting for Freddy Mercury's voice to kick in :D. Nice track love it.