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Offline Casper AudioGhost

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freeform(2003)breakbeatish
« on: September 11, 2010, 05:12:47 pm »
here is another early track from me i managed to dig up-i put it in this section because it's got some elements of dnb n breaks   casper



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Re: freeform(2003)breakbeatish
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2010, 01:12:22 am »
Cool beat  8).
Like the bit at 0.34 the bass is wicked.
Very nice use of whale sounds, and that melody and pad that comes in reminds me of some rave stuff.
Loads of melodies in this which is what i used to do when mucking around lol.
My fav bit is when 4.00 mins kicks in.....love the bass and perc's panning around.
Great end tune, it is a sort of mix-up between Dnb and old school rave stuff.

Yo man...do more DNB that was pretty god damn good for old stuff.
Thnx.. :)

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Re: freeform(2003)breakbeatish
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2010, 06:23:44 pm »
man-thx alot-in the early 90's when rave culture was exploding and many subgenres were sprouting up i would get various tapes not knowing what kinds of new sounds i would hear-i would get to hear moving shadow records tracks thru an independent label moby owned called instinct records which was distributed by moonshine records new york-so much of the great rave tracks of that era i had to get thru compilations from moonshine and radikal(florida)records,2 of the only labels in us who promoted rave culture at the time-when my dad was alive and i stayed with him at one point i had collected 20 or so of these compilations in a shoebox so i could rave out on my walkman lol-old skool house and breakbeat/dnb are somehow embedded in my mind and soul permanently-in my dj sets i often merge the 4/4 dance/house beat with a brokenbeat because i am more fond of genre merging than the separation of genres-and my focus in music goes all over-there is honestly not much music i would not want to try to make-i'd really love to try jazz but it seems like another language lol                                            casper

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Re: freeform(2003)breakbeatish
« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2010, 02:21:43 pm »
Did you just put whale calls behind a DnB/Break style beat? Yes you did.... The Whale thanks you for it. Oh like the minimal sound plinking along there. Lots of synth here to wrap your head around, but it is well done. 3:59 break down is orgasmic.... Jeez man you are a legend.
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Re: freeform(2003)breakbeatish
« Reply #4 on: December 17, 2010, 02:37:38 pm »
Nice integration of library riffs, and a real cool sounding Sort-Of-Breakbeat featuring that heavy drum. All mixed together with the usual AudioGhost sequenced-melody-and-bass goodness. About the only thing that doesn't feel quite like it fits are the vocals, i have to be honest. But, even then, it doesn't really spoil it for me; Vocals aside, this is probably one of my favorites from you, man.
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Re: freeform(2003)breakbeatish
« Reply #5 on: May 26, 2011, 10:05:49 pm »
Did you just put whale calls behind a DnB/Break style beat? Yes you did.... The Whale thanks you for it.

Yeah - like the whale-backed section! And the part at 4:00 is also well cool.
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