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Independent music producer(s)

category: music [glöplog]
 
We had some good links at Pouet One-lines.. so hey, demoscene musicians share your stuff. Be it Spotify, mod-archive, Bandcamp, Youtube .. whatever. All I ask you to do is tell a bit about you and the tools you use. NOT NECESSARY .. I you can post anon if you want :)

I am The Hooligan ... demoscene veteran since age of dawn and been in music production using Soundtracker, NoiseTrackr, Protracker, Fuckshitter, Startrekker, whatever tracker.. and THX, AHX.. Octamed (all of them versions) and for past several years I have been composing on Renoise.

My first album ever is called "Hope." which you can find at https://theh00ligan.bandcamp.com/album/hope

All proceeds go to charity. Some of you may also know me from boozing, and our 2nd placed Assembly demo "If there was no gravity" ( https://youtu.be/3XG_8zUkvF4 ). Of which procees also went to charity (although Assembly still have not paid us).

So.. spell it out, who you are what you do

(on friday there will be a fee free Bandcamp day, if you want to support your favourite scener, tomorrow is the time to do it. You can follow it by clicking https://isitbandcampfriday.com/ )
https://softknees.bandcamp.com/

Legend and Minomus are Soft Knees. As with Hooligan we are born from tracker smashing.

We make slowly roasted music with Ableton Live 10 and few selected plugins like Omnisphere and Diva. All bought, no piracy here.

Our music style is more of changing, from random Chillout to Techtrance and Rap producing for other artists (like Stepa - Mestari ) and collaborating (like Soft Knees feat. Tapani Rinne )

A couple of music videos have materialized too:
Infader - Hiekkaa (Soft Knees Remix)
Soft Knees - On Hazy Wings

Older tunes can be found from https://soundcloud.com/soft-knees
added on the 2021-02-05 08:47:05 by leGend leGend
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few selected plugins like Omnisphere and Diva. All bought, no piracy here.


Cunning trick. So instead of getting side-tracked collecting 100s of pirated plugins and never producing creative output, you say we should concentrate on a hand full of carefully selected tools and get to know them well and just start creating music?
ssh, pssst, its a secret :)
added on the 2021-02-05 09:13:14 by spike spike
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Cunning trick. So instead of getting side-tracked collecting 100s of pirated plugins and never producing creative output, you say we should concentrate on a hand full of carefully selected tools and get to know them well and just start creating music?
ssh, pssst, its a secret :)


Well I've been there and done that 20 years ago so yeah I'd say so its better to concentrate on some and learn them inside out ;)
added on the 2021-02-05 10:06:07 by leGend leGend
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few selected plugins like Omnisphere and Diva. All bought, no piracy here.


Cunning trick. So instead of getting side-tracked collecting 100s of pirated plugins and never producing creative output, you say we should concentrate on a hand full of carefully selected tools and get to know them well and just start creating music?
ssh, pssst, its a secret :)


I think I passed the sum of bought vsts looooong time ago vs my very first synth, Yamaha CS1x. I still have it, I use it weekly. Diva is one I am interested in, for now Rob Paben gives me lots to work with. My latest buy is https://babyaud.io/spaced-out-plugin ... insane plugin if you do ambient music
I tend to do most stuff on hardware.

The most loved ones are the Korg M1 for its awesome keybed, the Akai MPC1000 for its sweet sound, the Roland System-1 after I learned to tame it, Novation Circuit for really quick ideas and sketches and the heart of live/hardware setup: Roland MX-1, because it's such a nice and surprisingly deep unit.

Other than that I use an old eDrum (must be around 7-8 years by now) for a lot of drum work, which sends Midi to my DAW. Then a few bass and normal guitars.

My main DAW is Ableton Live since I am used to it after all these years. :D It holds up pretty good. Especially since I am constantly switching genres.

Since I stopped releasing music outside the scene, all I can offer is a soundcloud.
https://soundcloud.com/bodmusic
added on the 2021-02-05 17:28:35 by bod bod
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I tend to do most stuff on hardware.

The most loved ones are the Korg M1 for its awesome keybed, the Akai MPC1000 for its sweet sound, the Roland System-1 after I learned to tame it, Novation Circuit for really quick ideas and sketches and the heart of live/hardware setup: Roland MX-1, because it's such a nice and surprisingly deep unit.

Other than that I use an old eDrum (must be around 7-8 years by now) for a lot of drum work, which sends Midi to my DAW. Then a few bass and normal guitars.

My main DAW is Ableton Live since I am used to it after all these years. :D It holds up pretty good. Especially since I am constantly switching genres.

Since I stopped releasing music outside the scene, all I can offer is a soundcloud.
https://soundcloud.com/bodmusic


LOL I dont think I have done a song in past 20 years without M1. You picked a berry right there. I will listen to your stuff later today, thanks for posting
all the cool kids use Serum!
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all the cool kids use Serum!

Sylenth1 for the boomers, like me :)

But yeah, I'm also still making music, but hating trackers now, so FL Studio 4tw:

trance project

acid project

And of course welcome back Hooligan, been a while since #amigascne
added on the 2021-02-06 07:04:24 by teo teo
https://shiru8bit.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/shiru8bit
https://soundcloud.com/shiru1bit

I'm mostly into native 8-bit chiptune stuff, with occasional synths, leaning towards using least musical computer hardware (floppy drive anyone?), old consumer electronics, or toy-ish stuff. Besides 8-bit machines, I did a lot of 1-bit stuff, that is, ZX Spectrum 48K, PC Speaker, and such; also a fan of FM synthesis stuff. I'm also doing my own music tools, like trackers, sound fonts, and VST synths.

In the past I was using various trackers, lately mostly stick to Reaper. Honorable mentions would be Fast Tracker II, Reality Adlib Tracker, Skale, Milky, Famitracker, Beepola, Psycle.
added on the 2021-02-07 20:24:32 by Shiru Shiru
Sylenth 1 is still good, no problem with using it at all today. Massive amount of presets to choose and modify is always good, like in Omnisphere.
added on the 2021-02-08 10:03:31 by leGend leGend

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