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From Voltrom on 01.03.2014, 20:52:

  yellow is the new red [Experimental]

Hi there.

I made a new track with Psycle and wanted to share it with everyone.

http://voltrom.reverbnation.com/#music

Thanks for the attention.


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From dark_virus on 07.03.2014, 14:49:

 

Great rhythm here! The beat is adictive! The arrangement is cool and efective too.

Nice one!!


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From Voltrom on 07.03.2014, 22:27:

 

Thanks, Dark Virus.

The Track laid around for a while and i did not know which Beats i wanted to use, sliced Breaks or simple Kicks, finally i used some 808 Kicks because i thought that would fit the whole Theme.

but, yeah it was a lot of fun making it.

Nice greets to Brazil.


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From dark_virus on 08.03.2014, 21:56:

 

BTW, Loved the Purpur [Reworked] track too! You've put the Dubstep wooble to good use!

Was it made in Psycle?


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From Voltrom on 11.03.2014, 10:57:

 

Hello.

Purpur was made in Psycle, as most oft my tracks.

Im tracker-addicted i bought Madtracker2 for 40 Bucks about seven years ago and still use it offen, thankfully it still works in Win7.

But the Modular workflow in Psycle is very goood too, so it depends on my daily mood which tracker i use.

Cheers Dark virus.


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