#2
While this site isnt really geared toward techno house.. some of here appreciate it..

A good song really but I hate what ever your using for drums.. I would like a deeper sound there to get to my core when i listen to it..

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#3
Thanks for the advice. Yeah I'm using fruity loops and I agree about the drums. The bass isn't to bad if I set it right but the snare is awful so I usually avoid using it often.
#5
hey, i've heard about the fruity loops studio.. how much does it cost??

BOOST THE BASS!!! thats why i listen to techno, that crazy bass that rattles the windows!! Also, I like the laser sounds, pretty unique. Love the song man, boost that bass and you have a badass techno jam.

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#6
Cant you use VST's in fruity loops .. if so then go to KVRAUDIO to get another drum set.
When the sun falls the moon rises...

My attempt at art lasted for an instant and then faded like a candle without oil...

When i get around to making more candles hopefully my art will return in a perfect form that all can appreciate.
#7
To rabidwolf: it costs $299 for the full version and $99 for the version that basically doesn't have anything.

To godofthemoon: Yup you can use VST's. Thank you for the advice I will check it out and redo the drums on this song.
Last edited by Incinerate420 at Jan 6, 2009,
#8
Not a bad techno song. I like how it has variation to it unlike a lot of techno songs that I've heard. I didn't care for how the synthesizers just suddenly stopped and started again though. I felt like it was too sudden. Maybe if there was a little reverb on the synths or if you didn't have it cutoff quite as sharply. The snare wasn't too good either. I'd look around online and find some drum samples somewhere. This place has a lot of samples you can use: http://www.findsounds.com/

Crit mine? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1040170
#10
first time I've heard somethin like this on here. to be honest some of it didnt really make a whole lot of sense. The beginning just seem kinda choppy and random until about 0:28, but then again I'm not too used to this sort of thing. The sound effects were a nice touch, sounded like being in an arcade circa 1990. Around 2:22 till the end I liked it a lot.

I agree about the drums and especially the hand clap. higher quality samples. would do a lot of good, at the very least bring up the mix. My favorite part (riff?) was the one that started at 2:51.

c4c? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1041362
#11
Awesome, first techno song I've seen on here. I listen to techno a lot, when I'm doing things that are spanned over long periods of time, it makes the time go by very fast, I love it Yeah, it could use a bit more bass. Ah, I'm not digging the very, very choppy synthesizer It's really turning me off man, if you could get that to turn over to the next beat it would be great, and I would love listening to this. The part with the "laser fight" definitely needs more bass, the lasers were a bit overpowering. Pretty cool song man. The only part I liked WITH choppy synth was at about 4:30 and oh man, that would go GREAT with a strobe light. Definitely a club jam, good job for sure.

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