by Ian Spyker

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I've Seen It All This is a track I finished after one of my mentors taught me how to better incorporate velocity rolls. He also told me to use more Pads. I thought I was using pads already, turns out saturated white noise isn't a pad... Love

I've Seen It All by Ian Spyker
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This is a track I finished after one of my mentors taught me how to better incorporate velocity rolls. He also told me to use more Pads. I thought I was using pads already, turns out saturated white noise isn't a pad... Love
- Ian Spyker
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Ian Spyker  2 years ago
 
This track used what I would describe as a Wood Block, maybe a Marimba. I ran it through an arpeggiator on different settings and took out the best melodies to compose, also adding in some parts I composed myself. The Drums are an 808 kit or a 909 kit, and the precise velocity-roll drums were taught to me by a mentor of mine. The Bass is Ableton Live's stock four-channel Synthesizer, using a constant sub-bass with a couple of different channel switches and frequency noodling. The Vocals are a sample I grabbed from a Thom Yorke and Bjork song titled "I've Seen It All." The sound of an inhale is a very unique sound and can mimic the sound of a reverse cymbal. Then I reversed the sample and stretched different vowels and consonance to give it a bit of a bounce and make it sound a bit foreign to everyone. Leaving in a bit of the original sample was more to say thank you to Bjork and Thom Yorke for creating the original track that inspired the ambiance of my track.
Kingdom Kome Cuts  2 years ago
 
Your music is very interesting. What instruments did you use to come up with this amazing piece?
Kingdom Kome Cuts  2 years ago
 
Kingdom Kome Cuts tipped 1 coin on "I've Seen It All"
Ian Spyker  2 years ago
 
[New Release] This is a track I finished after one of my mentors taught me how to better incorporate velocity rolls. He also told me to use more Pads....
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