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Author Topic: Coordman: Relative Theory (Drum & Bass)  (Read 289 times)

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Coordman: Relative Theory (Drum & Bass)
« on: September 10, 2010, 03:07:35 am »
And now, for something completely different...

This represents my one and, thus far, ONLY foray into drum and bass territory. The bass is heavy, harsh, and starts immediately. So if you have a subwoofer, watch the volume. I originally produced it for play in my then best friend's car, which sported a 20" sub.
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Re: Coordman: Relative Theory (Drum & Bass)
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2010, 03:40:15 am »
Whoops! Posted this in the wrong place. :D
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