Today, in response to a tweet talking about old untitled song ideas, I mentioned that I had a strange file called “t.mp3” sitting in my downloads folder that had been there for years and have no attached metadata or hint as to where it came from. It appeared to be a complete recording of a chiptune song, and it sounded very nice, but I had no way of knowing the original source.
„Musíme zahrát Diablo,“ zahlásili jednohlasně Mhor a Dunkelbot, když jsme ve studiu řešili, jaká skladba by měla otvírat díl Špíny o dungeon synthu. Oba dva zástupce tohoto obskurního žánru, který staví na temných zastřených zvucích evokujících ozvěny starých sklepů, k němu totiž přivedly soundtracky ke starým videohrám. Ve Špíně se nyní zastavili představit své první nahrávky, které nedávno vyšly.
planetary, a sequencer.
The Muppets made it famous, but where did the song come from? (Hint: a steamy Italian film...) Who performed it? And who is that fuzzy fella?
I've been wanting to make this for a long time, but only recently have I been comfortable that I could make this well. All the time I get questions on how to get into Dungeon Synth and people begging for recs, and finally I'm here to make a guide so I don't have to just scrounge to guess what the other person wants. There are a couple other Dungeon Synth lists on RYM, but other than maybe theloserof08's, none of them are well organized at all (or imo have that much quality control). Here is a organized, (somewhat) definitive guide to a very esoteric genre that doesn't have too many resources. I'll be updating this over time, so hopefully this will grow in the future, so keep that favorite as it won't stay this "small" (compared to my other lists I guess) for now. Now in convenient chart format - http://i.imgur.com/GYmaKyr.jpg EDIT: 200 favs wow! God this list needs reorganizing and updating badly, but until then im glad you guys are enjoying it.
The 14 most important synths in electronic music history – and the musicians who use them
Seismic by Syntonica (@KVRAudio Product Listing): Wave Hello and Say Goodbye.... ...Goodbye to all those other boring wave-based synths! Welcome to Seismic, where everything is a wave. From oscillators to LFOs to envelopes. Seismic is fully modular using Nodes to combine waves in the usual and not-so-usual ways. Combine nodes and waves to output your final sound. VST available for Mac and Windows, 32- and 64-bit, all in one download. Drop by, dow...
One Track Orchestra by make some music now! (@KVRAudio Product Listing): This is a simple and free VSTi plugin created to help you sketch/prototype your orchestral arrangements and productions in an easy and fast way. This instrument puts a complete orchestra on a single track of your DAW (so you don't need to create additional tracks). You can add strings, brass, woodwinds and even percussion at the same time, using only one MIDI channel. The sounds of the different i...
Sitala by Decomposer (@KVRAudio Product Listing): Sitala is a free drum plugin and standalone app. Sitala's beauty is its simplicity: its six knobs allow you to quickly explore the sound space and dial in just the sound you had in mind. Controls: Shape: Adjust attack, length and sustain of your sounds while the overall volume remains constant. Compression: Make sounds punchier with more sustain. Automatic gain makeup maintains the overall volume...
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