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this was torture. thank you
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God that bass
rocks me so much
hmmm a little bit more delay would be good
thats alot of delay
definitely a slapper
is that a dinosaur movie reference?
I had my doubts
i like dinos
this a bump man
i dont have the patience to make something as impressive as this
my rock/synth entry for this is scrapped as of now, but i really want to say, hats off to you for this amazing beast of a track!
is smooooooth asf
"the sequencers technically play every part all at once, but the delay pedals space it out for the time you want it to play." bruuuuuh that's fucking ridiculous.
Trying to understand how and why :)
I had more or less understood the function of the delays, after a bit of testing, but not the rest, tysm :)
I love these summer games
the sequencers technically play every part all at once, but the delay pedals space it out for the time you want it to play. I used a lot of gates and reverse gates to "turn off" parts that I didn't want playing anymore, and "turn on" other parts with a signal delivered by the pulv at the bottom left.
Yes, I listened to it as soon as it was published, great work. I am still trying to understand the process tho.
Is there a cap for delays?
didn't see one in the rules
And the winner is....
How could you fade out the track without timeline???
Sorry, but I have to open remix cause I don't understand how this is possible...
It's actually very unga-bunga brain (fitting the theme)
I put down another synth with the ending chords and threw a thousand delays on it :)
And I thought I was smart because I set the tempo on 30 bpm. We need more Naswalt challenges to keep you away from the games