hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted

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2005/03/13 02:42:13 (permalink)

hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted

over on soundclick there are these guys on the electronic boards that make this music called industrial hardcore noise.
werewolfcorps....and some otheres that i cant think of right now because it 2:00 in the morning. they are all in this electronica battle right now.
so i took a listen, and its all distorted noise...no beats, at least from what i heard.

anyway....i thought i would try my hand at it...throw some beats into a big mess of distortion and messed up sounds.

heres the link if your intrested. i did it all in project 5.

its very heavy....very distorted.....and it will probably give you a heart attack. and it almost killed my computers cpu.

http://www.soundclick.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=79024

enjoy.


  
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    blipp
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    RE: hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted 2005/03/13 07:14:01 (permalink)
    Interesting track. i loved it when the beats came in. Pity you did'nt finish this track earlier, you could have entered it into the soundclick forum noise battle they're having. You may have won with this one.
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    RE: hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted 2005/03/13 07:59:58 (permalink)
    throw some beats into a big mess of distortion and messed up sounds.
    I don't know how you did it, but I'll be filing for an international cease-and-desist order first thing Monday morning. I really don't appreciate the fact that you've somehow sampled a large portion of last night's live show from my band, and after my drummer regains consciousness, I'm sure that he'll agree with me whole-heartedly.
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    RE: hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted 2005/03/13 08:21:41 (permalink)
    I don't know how you did it, but I'll be filing for an international cease-and-desist order first thing Monday morning. I really don't appreciate the fact that you've somehow sampled a large portion of last night's live show from my band, and after my drummer regains consciousness, I'm sure that he'll agree with me whole-heartedly.



    sorry...your drummer sold you out for a P5 tee shirt.............worlds a tough place.

      
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    RE: hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted 2005/03/13 13:17:30 (permalink)
    AhHHhhHHHhHHhhhhhhHHHHHhhhhH!!!!
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    RE: hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted 2005/03/13 21:36:07 (permalink)
    ^ummm...oook

    that was...ummmmmm....intresting...i guess...lol

    Freewebs just severly injured your mom, rap killed your dad, popups blinded your brother and cousin, MySpace is planning to murder your sanity and privacy, freeware is still yet to exist, and your two best friends got 404'd out of existence.
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    RE: hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted 2005/03/14 07:54:26 (permalink)
    ^ummm...oook

    that was...ummmmmm....intresting...i guess...lol


    i never said it was any good.
    i was just experimenting. sometimes its good to try out different things...it can sometimes open your mind to new ways of creating.

    try this one: http://audioshots.com/auditorium/viewtopic.php?t=463

    i was a little disapointed...someone on the soundclick site told me that it wasnt considered industrial noise, and that i should check some of thier crap out. he told me it was more of a breakbeat style. i guess im just not hardcore enough to hang with those freaks. my distorted noise just doesnt cut it.@#%$.................................

    oh well...time to put together a song using all the techiques from B rocks xtreme fx book.

      
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    RE: hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted 2005/03/14 18:09:59 (permalink)
    time to put together a song using all the techiques from B rocks xtreme fx book.
    Hold on just a little longer. When I get some serious time [soon], there'll be a Synchron32 pitchbend arpeggiator, reversing algorithmic improvisation with the Transpose MFX, Spectral Transformer vocal presets, and others added to the book. I'm pouring all of my efforts lately into a new series: the Velocity Guitar one. It'll come complete with samples, patches, presets, patterns, projects, and examples from the tutorials contained in the VG Toolkit.

    Edit: Talk about hardcore industrial noise ...
    post edited by b rock - 2005/03/14 18:11:33
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    RE: hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted 2005/03/14 21:01:23 (permalink)
    I played this backwards and got "Revolution #9" by the Beatles. WTF?!

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    RE: hardcore industrial noise....not for the weak harted 2005/03/14 21:46:17 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: elektroniqa

    I played this backwards and got "Revolution #9" by the Beatles. WTF?!

    KEv


    LOL!!!hilarious!
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