The noisy side of the Waldorf Blofeld

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The noisy side of the Waldorf Blofeld

Post by DocT » Mon Aug 18, 2008 8:44 am

Some saturday evening sounds, most of them using one of the various drive models:

http://www.trippler.net/files/blo/bloeclipse.mp3

Inspired by the lunar eclipse we had here on saturday and NIN

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Re: The noisy side of the Waldorf Blofeld

Post by Phollop Willing PA » Mon Aug 18, 2008 12:48 pm

That was actually pretty good...
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Re: The noisy side of the Waldorf Blofeld

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Re: The noisy side of the Waldorf Blofeld

Post by Shanesaw » Tue Aug 19, 2008 4:20 pm

Hey, that was good! NIN... I was supposed to see them on 08/08/08 but the show was postponed - strained vocal cords. Postponed until No-freakin'-vember!
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Re: The noisy side of the Waldorf Blofeld

Post by MarkShovel » Wed Aug 20, 2008 7:41 pm

Well, all of DocT's demos are great, but this is my favorite track yet.

Please post a longer version and bump up the vocals in the mix.


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Re: The noisy side of the Waldorf Blofeld

Post by DocT » Wed Aug 20, 2008 8:11 pm

Well, for it was a synth demo originally all sounds were unprocessed, no additional FX, no mixing at all.

I made a (hopefully) more transparent version with some EQing and compressing to leave more room for the vocals:

http://www.trippler.net/files/blob/blovessel2.mp3

Not sure though if I should make a longer version. NIN are rather unstrained about remixes, but this track is too similar to the original song structur.

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Re: The noisy side of the Waldorf Blofeld

Post by garranimal » Thu Aug 21, 2008 4:40 am

THAT is how its done, mate!

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