On 16 May 2011 22:13, Julien Claassen wrote:
Well yeah, early to mid 90's techno. It had so many names that I
was/am never sure what to call it.
> Maybe a start at the tempo: It's probably not WAY too slow, but perhaps way
Yes I did want to speed it up, but it's kinda awkward as I would need
to do time-shrinking/and/or/beat slicing.
> going and chillout. I remember, that techno round that time could be happy
Depending on what speed you played it on the record player. There was
some slow stuff. But definitely I think if I make another then a
faster speed is the thing to do from the start. I wanted to make it
fast but for some reason settled on 120bpm!?
> substances were quite well in trade at that time, so people somehow managed
I heard that too!
> The bass drum: I miss the good old kick your arse and make your neighbours
Well I used a random kick sample from one of the hydrogen kits and
applied lots of fx to it. My trouble is I intend to do one thing, then
do something else, then the next day change it all again.
> The mangled hihats were a nice touch and certainly fitted into the techno
I did want to avoid using 'stock' sounds.
> people. :-) The same goes for sound right at the beginning, can't really
Yes I did want disfigured sounds!
> wrong, I'm nt totally against it, it takes me back, yes I listened to that
Not all the techno tracks had that. I downloaded around 40 tracks from
youtube, and well, let's just say tb303 was over used imo and techno
doesn't necessarily require one. at least that was the basis i was
working on. not having one and all that. only equipped with yoshimi
> frequency spectrum. Either that, or easing up on the hihats, so they can
No no. I don't really know what I'm talking about either :-)
> Kindest regards