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SDC65 a few hours too late entry

SDC65 a few hours too late entry

Postby plusminus » Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:00 am

I've been pretty flighty lately and I couldn't get my co-op entry done in time for the deadline. Hopefully some people will still listen to it though. Industrial music like this is fun to make, as long as you don't take it too seriously.

The participants were myself, and my friend drone, who has yet to actually submit an entry to SDCompo though he's made some attempts. I made an initial loop, he added vocals and did a basic arrangement/structure, then I took that and fleshed it out into a proper song. He hasn't actually listened to the end result yet so he might tell you it's terrible, and disown it entirely. :P

Because the final result was done in Schism Tracker, I had to downsample the vocals to 22 kHz to fit the 20 MB limit.

Anyhow, have a listen if you've got 5 minutes.


(Even if I had got this finished in time, I doubt I'd have gotten uploaded. The only upload I can get right now is to mediafire so I might change that later...)

EDIT: Oh yeah, full disclosure, the bassline was heavily inspired from a Front Line Assembly track.
Singing is a trick to get people to listen to music for longer than they would ordinarily. -- David Byrne

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