Whoo! I started this track earlier today with some bass, drums, and a sample, and I just finished it! I may still change a little bit of stuff in it, but it's basically done. DUBSTEP. Why isn't there a dubstep genre on this site?
#48 today (Sub-genre)
I started working on this at 2am yesterday, and now it's finished! Reminds me of Squarepusher a bit. Vocals are six words from a poem by Saul Williams, sampled and mangled.
#18 today (Sub-genre)
Another example of some stuff I've been working on. I've been learning to love samplers! This was all put together very quickly; it's me playing around. And it's more like dubstep of glitchhop, not drum and bass; the was just the closest genre here.
This song is unmastered and unfinished, but I'm almost done! I've been working on this for a long time and I'd classify it as TripStep or PsyStep or something - it's got some really space-dream wobbles!
Peak in sub-genre #10
This has some kind of Elliot Lipp sound going, or something like that. Indie hipstertronic. Put some tight jeans on this sh** .
This is just a sample of some new stuff I've been working on. This isn't meant to be any kind of composition, it's more just examples of some new synthesis and modulation techniques I've learned.
Peak in sub-genre #30
I mean, do you really need more than the song title?
Peak in sub-genre #31
I made this song for my passion project for my English class. My friend Joey wrote the guitar parts, and I did the Native American flute. The first group of vocals is a poem by Eduardo Recife, and I wrote the second part.
Peak in sub-genre #42
A rave track, inspired by the music that used in the 'Cherubim and Seraphim' episode of Morse. I know it is lighter than traditional rave (the original stuff), but I still liked that music. I felt like raving, so I made this.
Peak in sub-genre #14