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Postby Universezero » 2013.05.09 (10:03)

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http://soundcloud.com/siphorbeats

So this is a thread where I share the music I make with the community. I hope any and all of you that listen, enjoy.

Like my facebook page for more information and future releases:
https://www.facebook.com/siphorbeats
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Postby ska » 2013.12.02 (17:02)

first comment? will check this out now.

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Postby Universezero » 2014.10.31 (22:24)

Edited first post with new links, have changed my name.

Still making music, just not as frequently. New stuff gets put on my soundcloud.

https://soundcloud.com/siphorbeats

I'm pretty happy with this track.
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Postby Losttortuga » 2014.11.01 (23:25)

Lysertorium has got some neat sounds going on but there were also some bits that seem sort of corny to me; it often feels like more of a beat than a piece of music that develops harmonically. Maybe that's just part of the dnb aesthetic, but I think more developed melody could do a whole lot to make those sections more rich and multifaceted. Most of the melodies sound like basslines ;^D Also, I thought dnb was about crazy breaks! The drums do that a little but the snares just smashes the 2 and 4 the entire time, which is obviously also an integral part of dnb, but some crazy fills and snare fuckery would be nice I think. The kick sits pretty nicely in the mix when there's a lot going on but when you hear it on its own it sounds too blown out. But I really like some of the transitions and glitchery and the production in general is pretty crisp. And of course this isn't an objective critique, just my thoughts informed by what I enjoy in music.

For whatever it's worth, here's some dnb that I like listening to:
http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/cybernetika-colossus
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Postby Universezero » 2014.12.14 (05:16)

Losttortuga wrote:Lysertorium has got some neat sounds going on but there were also some bits that seem sort of corny to me; it often feels like more of a beat than a piece of music that develops harmonically. Maybe that's just part of the dnb aesthetic, but I think more developed melody could do a whole lot to make those sections more rich and multifaceted. Most of the melodies sound like basslines ;^D Also, I thought dnb was about crazy breaks! The drums do that a little but the snares just smashes the 2 and 4 the entire time, which is obviously also an integral part of dnb, but some crazy fills and snare fuckery would be nice I think. The kick sits pretty nicely in the mix when there's a lot going on but when you hear it on its own it sounds too blown out. But I really like some of the transitions and glitchery and the production in general is pretty crisp. And of course this isn't an objective critique, just my thoughts informed by what I enjoy in music.

For whatever it's worth, here's some dnb that I like listening to:
http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/cybernetika-colossus

Wow, thank you for all the feedback! I will definitely take this into consideration, it's sometimes quite difficult to know what areas of production need working on or extra pieces added. All of this sounds perfect, I'd really like to try making a song based on this advice. :D
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Postby Universezero » 2016.09.11 (06:05)

AND HE'S STILL MAKING MUSIC, THE ABSOLUTE MADMAN

https://soundcloud.com/siphorbeats/azteca
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