[Breakcore/Braindance] Logical Pocket - Sndyndl

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logicalpocket
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Post 08 Nov 2018

This started as a lazy Sunday afternoon noodle on my volca bass but somehow I lost control :P


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AS7RO
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Post 08 Nov 2018

gotta love the chaos but some parts are kind of in harmony nonetheless

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Auryn
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Post 15 Nov 2018

Once again some seriously amazing programming man, hats off.
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MannequinRaces
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Post 15 Nov 2018

Fun stuff! Thanks for sharing!

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MannequinRaces
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Post 16 Nov 2018

Do you program your parts in the sequencer by hand or use Redrum, REs, etc. for the beats?

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logicalpocket
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Post 17 Nov 2018

AS7RO wrote:
08 Nov 2018
gotta love the chaos but some parts are kind of in harmony nonetheless
I'm all about the chaos ;)
Auryn wrote:
15 Nov 2018
Once again some seriously amazing programming man, hats off.
Thank you kindly
MannequinRaces wrote:
16 Nov 2018
Do you program your parts in the sequencer by hand or use Redrum, REs, etc. for the beats?
Thanks. I normally do a mixture. I'll often have a simple backbone that I program into redrum and program the secondary percussion into the sequencer. I think this one was all manually added to the sequencer though. I normally bounce to wav files and edit the beats further from there as well.

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MannequinRaces
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Post 17 Nov 2018

logicalpocket wrote:
17 Nov 2018
AS7RO wrote:
08 Nov 2018
Thanks. I normally do a mixture. I'll often have a simple backbone that I program into redrum and program the secondary percussion into the sequencer. I think this one was all manually added to the sequencer though. I normally bounce to wav files and edit the beats further from there as well.
Sweet! What kind of editing do you do after you bounce to wav? Slice up the audio, effects?

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logicalpocket
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Post 17 Nov 2018

MannequinRaces wrote:
17 Nov 2018
logicalpocket wrote:
17 Nov 2018


Sweet! What kind of editing do you do after you bounce to wav? Slice up the audio, effects?
All sorts :P Transient editing, pitch shifting, time stretching, tempo alterations. I love creating weird polyrythms by taking a small segment of a beat and repeating it in subdivisions of the time signature. You can also do a fun pseudo-granular and glitch effects by breaking individual beats into multiple parts and repeating them in weird intervals :)

I like getting really involved with the beat editing.

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MannequinRaces
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Post 17 Nov 2018

Awesome! Thanks again and nice work. Not sure if I follow you on SoundCloud but if I don’t I will now. Do you think Reason needs improvements to audio editing?

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logicalpocket
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Post 21 Nov 2018

MannequinRaces wrote:
17 Nov 2018
Awesome! Thanks again and nice work. Not sure if I follow you on SoundCloud but if I don’t I will now. Do you think Reason needs improvements to audio editing?
I don't that anything 'needs' improving. There are lots of professional artists who achieve amazing things with Reason's audio editing. That said, it would be really useful to have the BPM and timestretching features from Ableton where you can choose to analyse the BPM of a sample/track as you bring it in and fit it to the tempo of your project accordingly.

There's definitely a lot to be said for learning to work with limitations. My best tracks tend to be the ones where I force arbitrary rules on myself :)

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Bloma
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Post 05 Dec 2018

Cool stuff. That wah synth on shrt... reminds me of Arched Maid via RDJ.

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