I make things.
I prefer if you keep my name in all lower case (sci, not Sci), but it's ok if you forget, or didn't know.
this year, FAWM 2020: life got in the way HARD. i had fun with my random samplepack generator tho
I'll be sticking around until i finish looking through all the tags below
a brief history:
FAWM 2013 was great
FAWM 2014 was a bust
FAWM 2015 was at least half decent
FAWM 2016 was a rough time in my life.
FAWM 2017 existed, i think?
FAWM 2018 was slow, but had some fun experiments
FAWM 2019 i didnt really plan to do anything, but did something anyway. mostly experimental stuff.
tags I'm following:
#prog / #prog-rock ✔️
#funk / #disco ✔️
#hip-hop / #triphop / #glitch-hop ✔️
#trap / #bass ✔️
gone on march 23rd
Thank you for taking the time to listen and comment. Even though I might not be Burial. ;D
I'm glad you liked "A New Life In A New World" - it does have an AFX feel now that you mention it.
Thank you for the positive feedback on my first FAWM song! I really appreciate it. Also thank you for the advice about posting replies on people's profiles, it will definitely come in handy 😀
"Big Excitement!": For the main part of this track, you're more or less correct - it's a chord sample manually triggered, but it's also layered with simultaneous kick and cymbal samples, done using an Renoise instrument with all three sounds activating on a key press.
"Everybody Knows Everybody": Believe it or not, that's a complete live vocal take which is basically unedited. I was just singing with a really weird cadence, partially imitating an actual (non-musical) vocal loop from the album I mention in the liner notes. I added a really fast and heavy flange effect to it in addition to everything else. For the backing track, there was a lot of mucking about with Renoise's bus tracks, in which the copies of the original two tracks were filtered together in multiple ways with different volumes, effect / signal paths etc, before the whole lot was rendered out as one single WAV.
Thanks for the comment! Yeah, it is very high pitched - next track will probably be less trebly. And thank you for the "this feels constructed" note - I do try and make things "flow" in tracks like these, free-form as they may seem.
😞 can't get to your youtube page. Something about the link is broken