by Ian Spyker

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Incidentals This is a track that uses Three different samples that I ripped from Youtube Videos. The Saw Lady was the main inspiration. Learning how to work with waveforms led inevitably to Youtube videos. In the process of watching Rusko talk about his process for making tunes, somewhere along the way I came across The Saw Lady teaching people her process as well. I saw the gimmick immediately and started ripping some samples. Using Saw waves, I would try to mimic the sound a physical saw would make, including the much overused "floppy saw." I also ripped a sample from a Youtube video on Metal Vocals. The dude from Nightshade gave it a climactic human voice and gave the song some more tension. Thanks.

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This is a track that uses Three different samples that I ripped from Youtube Videos. The Saw Lady was the main inspiration. Learning how to work with waveforms led inevitably to Youtube videos. In the process of watching Rusko talk about his process for making tunes, somewhere along the way I came across The Saw Lady teaching people her process as well. I saw the gimmick immediately and started ripping some samples. Using Saw waves, I would try to mimic the sound a physical saw would make, including the much overused "floppy saw." I also ripped a sample from a Youtube video on Metal Vocals. The dude from Nightshade gave it a climactic human voice and gave the song some more tension. Thanks.
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