I know there are hundreds of better producers, better trackers, better sound engeenering, better whatever, but still no one speak about speedcore and its mindset.
I am confident that f you are curious you will enjoy it (if you can bear my broken english)
and I bet that indipendently to the music style the concept of track as whole / climax vs drop / synaesthesia will ring some bells to you, too
It’s 40 minutes long, 10 with music an 30 with my english (geez it really got rusty)
Takeaways from the video:
00:00 short intro
01:00 Listen to Rotello – RotPsycho100 (version 0.2 ) with AMV on it so you can get the feeling of my desired output
04:00 Loading v 03… is it an improvement or not?
04:30 – 13 minutes of Boring speech about the samplez i used (you can skip this 🙂
17:00 – overlap same loop with two different chain of effect to get a cool mechanical groove
19:40 – using the reverse crah to build up a little tension
20:10 – Release vs Climax vs Drop – they are NOT synonymous
21:30 – visualizing the anime and translate it into sound.
22:45 – why I used the same base with (almost) no trick filtering
24:10 – why you can break more patterning rules with speedcore (if you know why you are doing it)
27:50 – silencing part gives more breath to the one remaining
28:15 – trading the order for the groove.
29:00 – claps to fix, too much stuff
31:00 – how much chilling should be the breakdown…
31:30 – waiting a couple of days and Test it on the dancefloor
32:20 – short bridge/breakdown to reflec the brutality of anime
33:10 – how to make a odd pattern (360 lines) to reflect the anime
34:35 – if base goes much faster, you can slow down the noise to step up a little much but not too much
35:50 – some NOT ideas on how I will close the track
36:00 – half speed is a good way to plateau at middle way, if you really want to build.
38:00 in the next video we will go deeper with basses
38:50 – spending time to create the base or to pattern a track?