Cover of track Actuate by Tyburn
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Tyburn, Actuate

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I made the pads in a seperate draft and turned them into loops though this still became too large to work with. Can't add anymore. The bass is made up of 1 one-shot sample re-tuned multiple times and ran through a pulv, it took ages to make though resulted in quite a nice tone.

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    Jaradodo

    about 6 years ago

    So bloody beautiful, I keep coming back to this one :)

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    SOLACE

    about 7 years ago

    wow.....

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    Potasmic

    about 7 years ago

    Too good! :D I suck at chords... The only thing I can comment is A# = Bb

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    conradfrain

    about 7 years ago

    so good!

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    FOUNTAIN

    about 7 years ago

    yeah! that's awesome! I dig it my friend =)!

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    Luba

    about 7 years ago

    Wow! love this kind of music :)

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    arche3.0

    about 7 years ago

    Tonal center is not equal to key signature

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    arche3.0

    about 7 years ago

    C# major not B major

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    arche3.0

    about 7 years ago

    There is no key signature for A# major, which was the question. A# minor's key signature is the same as B Major (A# is the 6th degree of the B major scale). You can also argue that there are no minor key signatures, but only minor keys, since minor keys are the 6th degree of any given major key signature (with some variations). Similarly you would never see a key signature for A diminished. So :P

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    Jacob Tyler

    about 7 years ago

    ive played classical for years so ive had music theory shoved down my throat :P

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    Jacob Tyler

    about 7 years ago

    reading @arche3.0 'c comment about there not being a key for A-Sharp.

    well just to say - hes wrong. there is a key signature for all the letter names (well A to G)

    A-Sharp Minor's key signature is - 7 sharps - F♯, C♯, G♯, D♯, A♯, E♯, B♯

    but arche is right about one thing - B Flat Minor is an "enharmonic equivalent" to A-Sharp Minor.

    Meaning that all the notes in B-Flat minor are copies of A Sharp minor.

    Because of the relationship between sharps and flats

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    Santi Tenca

    about 7 years ago

    cool track my friend

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    Bluedude

    about 7 years ago

    Video game music for sure!

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    Tottenhauser

    about 7 years ago

    80s , 90s ??? Anyway great vibe/ great track/ superb artist ;)

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    Flying Baby Seal

    about 7 years ago

    nice techniques !!! and definitely 80's vibes here !!

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