Post your totally awfulest, worst ever track

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Re: Post your totally awfulest, worst ever track

Post by tyrannosaurus mark » Sun Jan 27, 2008 2:18 pm

Purity_Control wrote:this is always good for a laugh (and i could use one right now ;) )... will you dare to share?

here's mine

Baby One More Time

from back when i had a nova, p600, tr505 and the delusional belief that i could actually sing :oops:
That is a SERIOUSLY creepy track

This is my band from high school, it's angsty and loud and I sing in an american accent (I'm not american!) Oh the shame!

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Post by sacredcow » Mon Jan 28, 2008 1:02 am

http://www.myspace.com/designervoodoo

I've only written one song, so this is it by default.
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Post by Entropy Farmer » Mon Jan 28, 2008 7:05 am

I can't find the one atrocity I made (probably deleted it), so here's the first thing I wrote from several years ago.

Edit: Come to think of it, a lot of people didn't like this one. I was intentionally getting dissonant which didn't go over all that well. I dig it, though.

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Post by px2008 » Tue Jan 29, 2008 10:49 pm

Something by John Sousa I think, but all I am seeing is deceased Norwegian Blue Parrots. All done on a ARP2600V "softsynth".

www.brickell.biz/music2008/monty2008.mp3

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Post by immigrantboy » Thu Jan 31, 2008 5:51 pm

These are great, all of them! Keep 'em coming...

Here's something from my noise days. Also a crappy art student film -_-



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Post by Shleed » Thu Jan 31, 2008 11:51 pm

I shall try and upload some of my tracks which I made around 2000-2001ish sometime. Used a very primitive version of fruityloops along with Dance Ejay 3, and sounded like the Prodigy gone wrong. :lol:

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Post by danialad » Fri Mar 07, 2008 6:08 am

definitely not my worst... they've all been pretty bad!

but this was the first song i ever did a number of years ago,
using my korg DW-8000, and overdrive/reverb pedals...
oh and i believe the drums may be from an alesis sr-16?

http://www.oftheoak.net/m/allivegot.mp3

i think i've only sang on a song three maybe four times since!

it even got played on a local radio station a few times, ha!
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Post by neandrewthal » Sun Mar 16, 2008 7:38 am

Oh I recorded sooooo many crappy songs before synth gas got the best of me. Unfortunately they perished with my old computer. Hopefully I'll have something new to post soon.
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Post by Phenom » Sun Mar 16, 2008 1:18 pm

I can imagine that Britney cover being snapped up in about 10-15 years time for the closing credits of a retro-horror movie set in the 90s. Very creepy...

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Re: Post your totally awfulest, worst ever track

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Re: Post your totally awfulest, worst ever track

Post by Solderman » Wed Mar 23, 2011 8:35 pm

Also a "first attempt" track, this was just plain awful mediocrity on a Korg X5 rompler and Kurzweil K2000 standard ROM set in '96, with an especially awful lead at 1:08 and 2:14
Chipper:

90% of everything I have recorded is either improv sketches or abandoned projects, and most of it is just boring or dumb, so I'd actually classify them as worse than the above track for that reason.
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Re: Post your totally awfulest, worst ever track

Post by smoothcriminal » Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:09 pm

I think the first "song" I ever wrote used samples from the Transformers cartoon, MC303, recorded on my friends 4-track that I borrowed. Wish I could dig up that cassette, I'm sure it was pretty horrible. I blame the MC303.

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Re: Post your totally awfulest, worst ever track

Post by Purity_Control » Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:41 pm

Ha ha ha ha ha ha thread necromancy after 3 years :lol:

btw nice video steplogic. we have discos for adults with learning difficulties here too :dancer:

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Re: Post your totally awfulest, worst ever track

Post by StepLogik » Thu Mar 24, 2011 12:13 am

Purity_Control wrote:we have discos for adults with learning difficulties here too :dancer:
i think it all started on your side of the pond :lol:

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Re: Post your totally awfulest, worst ever track

Post by Plumpudding » Thu Mar 24, 2011 3:24 am

Purity_Control, could you post the song in the OP again? The link is broken, and I think I might enjoy the song.

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