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gremino

Moster Sirphine
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'U Gotta Feel It (single mix)' is second single from my forthcoming jungle album 'Jungle Technology'. Like in the previous single, there's oldskool hardcore stabs and uplifting chords, but now with hardcore's chipmunk vocals. These vocals combined with jungle's rough street sound creates a vivid sound.

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One of my favourite things in jungle has always been timestretched breaks as melody. Sounds indeed very technical and quirky, but bear with me, it's one of the coolest sounds. Also that technique isn't much used in new jungle, so now here's some!

'Jungle Technology' album's release date is aimed to be in late August/early September. Alongside digital, there will be small run of good old CD-Rs, in which artwork I have seen effort. They will be duplicated in a factory, so there's also printing in the disk.
 

gremino

Moster Sirphine
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A journey through tropical beaches and palm trees, aqua currents, technology, cyber networks, danger, vigilance and concrete, and all of this operated with smoothness. 'Jungle Technology' is an album which has alongside breakbeats and bass, rooted oldskool hardcore and Detroit techno melodies/chords.

AVAILABLE on Spotify/Youtube/Bandcamp etc.: https://fanlink.to/hSaj

Effort has been seen for album's entity, so this is not just a compilation of good tracks. There's story (with interlude tracks) and own theme/aesthetic. The sound has original "rave-melodiousness", so this is not your typical oldskool jungle.

Alongside streaming and download, I put out good old CD-R - 30 copies limited edition. Disks are duplicated in factory, so they have beautiful label art printed. Overall I have seen much effort for cover art and booklet.
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Would love to/in my head can easily hear D Double E spitting bars over this, perhaps dressed like the fellow in the thumbnail for the music video
Cheers. I've actually done a bunch of, I dunno, reinstrumentalizations? (there must be a catcher term than that!) using rap or r'n'b acapellas over the top of tunes I've made, e.g.

 
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dilbert1

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Very sick, and yeah thats a very fun practice, never done it with an original production but one time threw Shook Ones pt II over Digital’s “Lower Depths” and the result was quite satisfying
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
Very sick, and yeah thats a very fun practice, never done it with an original production but one time threw Shook Ones pt II over Digital’s “Lower Depths” and the result was quite satisfying
Just one more of these - some Missy/Coil mash-up action:

 

wektor

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some more neural net gibberish, this time controlled with a stock ableton buncha drums, sounds ok at times, but still struggling to get to the surface.
there's this one groove in it I don't really like but cannot be fucked to redo it at the moment, as this was a quick thing thrown together over the past hour, a lot of time taken by resampling the output of the net when it was fed with realtime audio, since there's a bit of a delay (like half of a beat or so) so had to move things back into sync


 

gremino

Moster Sirphine
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Jungle Technology album's opening track's vibe and nifty oldskool hardcore stabs are taken into tranquil direction, even house-y if you will. Part 2 is unique blend of rave's chipmunk vocals and stabs, chunky breaks and of course the junglist timestretch danger. Keep on your tropical cyber journey with this.

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wektor

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testing some bit reduction/bitcrushing code I have been working on and off over the past week or something
I think the method is pretty popular (bitwise operations on scaled signal) but it was good practice and I upped my skills when it comes to writing Max externals in Cpp so I am def pleased

it's a simple 16 bar A B A B beat with kick/clap/hihat then of course some neural jazz on top in the second half

 

wektor

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so this is the no-input mixer feedback chain this time extended with a neural net inbetween the ins and outs which then gets fed back into the mixer etc
 

wektor

Well-known member
another test, this time sequencing, so not very typical for me
it's a sequencer I built for a mate who's really into the mark fell polymeter/container/subdivision stuff and tbh I'm surprised with how much can be pulled out of it, with just a few fairly simple functions:

audio used is a chopped drum loop we recorded with @woops couple days ago
 

woops

is not like other people
another test, this time sequencing, so not very typical for me
it's a sequencer I built for a mate who's really into the mark fell polymeter/container/subdivision stuff and tbh I'm surprised with how much can be pulled out of it, with just a few fairly simple functions:

audio used is a chopped drum loop we recorded with @woops couple days ago
wicked @wektor
 
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