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1. ./dream by @Zone
"Just a really gorgeous soundscape. There's also a nice balance between having energy in the percussion and just creating a relaxed feel overall, which I love."
2. Please by @amoeba
"I can't express enough how emotional this track is. It's gotten me through hard times in the past, to be completely honest."
3. On The Roads by @Frigolito
"I love Jazz. This song inspired me to continue to try and incorporate different genres and influences into whatever I write; regardless if it's a chord progression, a bassline, or even just a melodic stab. No nuance is too subtle to impact a song."
4. No Future (ft. CGMan) by @Aron
"Just one of those tracks that leaves you awe. I've included it purely on its merits in sound design. Seriously a pleasure to listen to."
5. Unreal [Preview] by @Distortion Of Reality
"Haven't heard much from Distortion of Reality after this, but this track was way ahead of the curve. The hard-hitting Trap-style sound wasn't something that was in vogue at the time (probably why it's not more well-known), but there's a serious art to the way the everything here just fits together."
6. BABY LET ME by @Nominal
"One of the tracks that I really fell in love with earlier in my Audiotool journey. It really showed me the beauty in percussion, and how the oft-maligned Audiotool reverb can really shine in the right situations."
7. River by @Aaron
"Really just amazing atmospheric work. Everything is done so perfectly; I'm still listening to it from time to time."
8. Proxima by @looks
"This brings back so many nostalgic memories of the SEGA Genesis, I can't even explain how happy this track makes me. There'll always be a place for Sonic the Hedgehog's music in my heart."
9. Opus 1: 'Dubstep Sonata' Mvt. 1 in F# minor by @Reversal
"This is such a cool track. The production was awesome for the time, and the composition was pretty inspiring; it really shows you that harder sounds can fit right in with more melodic ones."
10. Nocturne by @Olaf
"The power of a well-executed bassline, and a perfect atmosphere."
Underrated Artist: @Kryptic (not dead (yet))
11. Rebel. by @Kryptic (not dead (yet))
"I've had the pleasure of working with Kryptic on a few occasions, and what amazes me the most is probably how far he's able to see ahead when he works. Rebel is probably one of my favourites from him; it's just great to listen to. If you don't already, give his stuff a listen!"
Favourite Track of his
"This one went through a lot - the draft was broken and then recovered by AT staff (thank you) - and it's probably one of my favourite tracks, both technically and musically. I'm still in love with that guitar in the breakdown!"
12. Coriolis by @TEQTONIQ