Tags : | Drum And Bass | 6.16 MB

Description : Came up with this DnB track for Halloween.
A tribute to the little speed demons called Pulse Eaters who frequently hide in the grass along dark stretches of highways. Waiting to jump onto speeding cars and motorcycles, to claim a victim and grab a thrill ride back into the depths. Drive slow, drive safe on Halloween or one just might take you for a ride you wont come back from.

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  1. UncleMalaria
    UncleMalaria on Sat 1st Jun 2019 - 10 months ago

    Such an awesome track!
    I used it here :D

  2. Twitchuwu
    Twitchuwu on Fri 30th Mar 2018 - 2 years ago

    Oh wow

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    I hope it didn't scare you too much GDP (lol)!
    Thanks for your comment.

  3. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Tue 27th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey Neo

    First off loved the description to this one, made you get ready to hear track, lol when started thought heard a native bird from Australia called a kookaburra in the intro, as they make that laugh sound, this is one wicked track, would have to say one if not the best DnB heard on the loop, totally massive piece, love everything about it, brilliant listen right from the very start...MASSIVE fav....Peace n much Respect...Mosaic...

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks for the comment Mosaic! The description was an attempt to create a bit of a mental picture since this was not the typical DnB track. The kookaburra sound is probably just a coincidence, but could very well be true. I was playing around with a bunch of sound effects and don't recall exactly what that is or where I got it from. Haha, very interesting.

  4. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Thu 1st May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Yeah i dig it. That bassline, it's crazy!! But that's exactly how i think d&b should be.
    It Reminds me a little of bad company which is totally meant as a compliment.
    Nice breakdown. I can tell you had Halloween on your mind when you made this because it's dark, nasty and gritty.
    'Avin it large!!!


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks FR, and sorry for my delay to repond. Im bad about checking in on the old track comments. This was one that I did a serious bit of drum work on to get the necessary speed rudiments that I was wanting. Also as you say since it was sort of geared for Halloween I of course had to work in some sound effects. Glad you like it bro !

  5. Amixx
    Amixx on Sat 30th Nov 2013 - 6 years ago

    wow ... u did a great job

    very very very intresting :)

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Yeah I really had fun with this one.
    Thanks for taking the time to comment.

  6. Evisma
    Evisma on Thu 7th Nov 2013 - 6 years ago

    This is pretty sweet cranked in the big headphones. I will have to check out your backlog

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks Evisma.
    Currently this is the only DnB track I have uploaded.
    Ive got a few others in the works but have yet to finish them. Im trying hard to dedicate more time to my music.
    Im kinda venturing into new territories with some stuff and plan to lay it on Looperman here soon, so stay tuned...

  7. johnnyproducing
    johnnyproducing on Mon 4th Nov 2013 - 6 years ago

    Reminds me very much of noisia. You sound very similar to them (influence ? ) haha but nice track you made there. Found no mistakes in your track like StaticNomad because you already fixed them and even though you appreciate criticism I don't have any of it for this track. Keep the beats coming ;)

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey jp, man your real close.
    Although I really dig NOISIA and have listened to alot of their stuff, this track probably bares closer resemblance to music by a band called Mob Tactics, which in fact if you'll check out their tune "Dead Mans Hand", you'll see where im coming from.
    Thanks so much for the listen and comment.

  8. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 2nd Nov 2013 - 6 years ago

    It's good that you found the 'mistakes'. There are and loads that I've found in my music over the years though I've generally had to do it for myself. People rarely point them out with my stuff, actually. Maybe if they generally like the whole thing, they feel it's nit-picking or inappropriate to criticise small things. Sometimes I wish they would more.

    Or maybe they find it hard to express the problem - talking about music is difficult, or, as someone like Elvis Costello said: talking about music is like dancing about architecture. I don't entirely agree but it's a fun and deep quote.

    I did listen back to the section in question and I'm sorry to say that I couldn't hear an improvement. Obviously, I don't have the previous version to compare it to but it still seemed a little bit lacking ie not as powerful as it should be. But, seriously, even though you like my criticisms and suggestions, don't take everything I say as gospel. I've got my own tastes and definite listening shortcomings. So, always do what feels right to you though bear in mind any and all criticisms (unless they're completely stupid and unconstructive).

    Good luck with always making better and better music.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Ha ha, yeah well I certainly appreciate your comments man. I mean we all love to get the customary (sugar coated)responses but when someone like you takes the time to really listen and point out obvious things good and bad, that's special.
    You always seem to do so in a constructive way and its obvious your intentions are good.
    I was amazed to find out that I did have those miscues and that YOU could hear them. I even listened to it a couple of times and still couldn't detect it. But when I examined the playlist they were pretty obvious. I think the issue with the lack of power as you say on the bridge may have been the vox. So I did some further work on it and adjusted the timing a bit which I think does make that initial synth note more crisp. I also added a filter envelope to the synth to make it a little more interesting, adjusted some volume levels to make the drums pop a bit more and did some high frequency parametric EQ tweeking on the cymbals.
    So you see, I am taking your advice and I can definitely see (and hear) what you mean.
    Again, Thanks !

  9. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 31st Oct 2013 - 6 years ago

    Hey Neomorpheus.....I`d be one of those people who would almost be in need of rehab...I`m on track with the basics but when it comes to the sub-genres I may need an appointment at the clinic....on the other hand I have much appreciation for compositional creativity and structures that include musical elements for the listening pleasure rather than just the dance (the pace of which has slowed down for me)....I`m thinking you had some fun with this one..and its really well done....I did enjoy the listen.....keep on.....Ed

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey thanks for the listen and the comment Ed.
    I did have fun with this. I actually played drums in several rock bands years ago and as this transpired I was thinking damn I wish I could have actually played something like this !

  10. SikStyle1
    SikStyle1 on Thu 31st Oct 2013 - 6 years ago

    Goodjob hard core to the fucking bone

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Whoa, thanks man !

  11. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Thu 31st Oct 2013 - 6 years ago

    Hey, no problem. I have a good ear in some ways - definitely not in others! I have terrible pitch and still find my guitar hard to tune. And I'm an awful singer (though I don't really try) which probably has something to do with the terrible pitch.

    But I do spend a lot of time listening intensely to music (mostly my own) and analysing every single element very carefully. So I sit back and listen to the flow and the movement and the energy and see where I can build it up and take it down. Some sections I get to sound really good and then I just spend even longer trying to really push things and make them more intense and powerful. You never really know what the limit is till you try.

    You say you don't have the patience to spend ages on stuff. I do but it's only really because I really like listening back to cool riffs and grooves I've somehow managed to come up with. Also, when something is good I feel I must do it justice and make it very, very good. Also, I'm not happy if something sounds like it belongs too obviously in a particular genre (ie sounds too much like anyone else) so I work hard to find some way to add something unusual to it.

    I'm sure you can make this more powerful. Sometimes it's just a case of working very closely on a few short bits. And, when you do that a few times, those improvements can make a massive difference. But it's not one people can easily put their finger on. I suppose it's those small details many times over that separate good stuff from great stuff.

    I hear so much good music that I'm sure could be made much, much better.

    This is a good track but you can do better if you love it enough to spend more time on improvements. I understand that some people like to work quickly and don't have the patience for the long-haul production. If so, you need to be naturally brilliant to come up with something really special. Other people just have to put in the hard work. Just remember that when you finish something no one is going to hear and no one cares how long it took to make. They'll just hear the end result!

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Well I checked it out and you were dead on bro.
    I had two mistakes actually. The timing was slightly off between the synth and my volume envelope diminishing the first note. Also drum and synth were not spot on either.
    Check it out now, I think you'll notice the difference.
    Thanks again.

  12. dflexb
    dflexb on Mon 28th Oct 2013 - 6 years ago

    i love that saying, if you know the difference between dub step, techno, dnb, and house you probably need rehab. Halloween is for kids :p nice work here friend.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Never heard the saying but its humorous and probably not far from the truth.
    Your right that Halloween is for kids,I just wish you'd tell some of the trick or treaters we get here every year. A lot of them have kids of their own !!
    Appreciate the comment d.

  13. Abysss
    Abysss on Mon 28th Oct 2013 - 6 years ago

    would be a sick track for a film score ......gives me anxiety each time i listen ... awsome work

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Ha ha, yeah man I hear you on the anxiety.
    You should have been me and had to play this thing over and over 30-40 times !!
    Just drink some wine and pop a few sleeping pills and you'll be fine. (jk !!)
    Thanks for the listen and comments .

  14. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sun 27th Oct 2013 - 6 years ago

    I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about regarding Pulse Eaters but it's a fun story.

    The brief silence before the beat on 0:48 is cool.

    The lead growling synth reminds me of some sort of weird beast dancing or maybe tearing flesh apart or something. Could be a cool soundtrack to some sort of movie scene like that.

    Check what's going on on 2:41 as, for some reason, the beat didn't come back in as powerfully as I think it should have. Cool buildup but then not as powerful as I expected.

    This track lacks melody so, for me, not a favourite, but it's a powerful bit of soundtrack music and would probably be good crazy dark dancefloor stuff.

    I guess the last 20 or so seconds sort of end with a bit of a pulse, though more of a heartbeat sort of pulse rather than your speed demon version (or maybe not).

    P.S. I'm sure you know Speed Demon is a pretty cool Michael Jackson song from the Bad album, though he has many better.

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    The idea of the Pulse Eater comes from the Thought Eater (Mind Flayer)straight from the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual. I of course modified it to fit the story.
    Man you got a great ear, Now that you mention it, it does sound as something is amiss there. I just returned from being out of town for a couple of days so I will check it out to see whats up. As always man thanks for the comments and awesome feedback.

  15. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 27th Oct 2013 - 6 years ago

    Cool Concept, awesome d&B

    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Thanks heaps bro !

  16. GoldenOokami
    GoldenOokami on Sun 27th Oct 2013 - 6 years ago

    This is some epic stuff man! I also like the story you placed in the description. It's without a doubt fast, and reminds me of Halloween. And the ending with the heartbeat? Genius. Great track!


    Reply by Neomorpheus

    Hey thanks a bunch Ookami !
    The story was just something I came up with as I was trying to dream up a name for the track.
    I really appreciate your comment.

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