Tags : | Electronic | 3.19 MB
Description : So, after a somewhat long absence, I am back. I have been experimenting with distortion, my KORG Volca Sample, granular synthesis (again) and music theory in general. I tried to combine a funky bass line, with classical influences and synth pop. I call it "Clunk Pop". Feel free to do the same. Because the song concists mostly of experimentation, some elements aren't perfect still, but I have worked on this thing for hours and I think it is time for something new. I appreciate you listening to my song and would love to hear your feedback. Thank you!

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  1. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Thu 14th Sep 2017 - 2 months ago
    This is quite the fun track! I think you did great with the sampling here!

    This puts me very much in mind of some of the Aphex Twin that I have enjoyed in the past, but perhaps a bit less mind boggling than that. It's meant as a compliment, as I can barely listen to Aphex any more (not enough drugs in my blood any more).

    If I was to break down and get a Volca, it would have to be the sampler... it would fill a gap in my hardware, and it seems like a fun box to experiment with. I could see it being an excellent thing to go along with the monotribe. Obviously it can be used with great results, since that is exactly what you got here!

    Lovely playful melodies, and a cool raw sounding mix. My kind of thing!

    Definitely a fave! Thank you for the download!
  2. Fyaesco
    Fyaesco on Tue 5th Sep 2017 - 2 months ago
    Hey there,

    Very interesting and well-rounded track. The simple 8-bit style really compliments the different synths and the lack of reverb and other effects give it this simplistic, clear sound that makes you appreciate it more. It really stands out and I like that! Ga zo door :D
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune O hi!
    I thought I turned off my featured song, but I didn't. Woops! Thanks for listening though! This was a test song to see what I could do with minimal effects. Although you probably need effects to make some things sound better! Anyway, thanks for the nice words! I am glad you liked my minimalistic approach :) En bedankt!
  3. monsterage
    monsterage on Wed 19th Jul 2017 - 4 months ago
    sounds amazing! really does bring me back to the Attari and retro games.

    really cool. :)
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune My apologies for not responding sooner! Thanks for listening, I appreciate you having some kind of vision with my song. For me as a 'composer' that is most important. If people can paint me a picture of what they think or feel with my music, than in my opinion I have succeeded! Again, thank you for taking the time to write a comment and thinking of retro games :)

    - Tom
  4. 2D2R
    2D2R on Tue 18th Jul 2017 - 4 months ago
    Sounds something that would be in a classic video game! The bassline and the melodic structure of the track are really well made and funky. Great job on this one!

    Cheers
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune Thank you for your time! My apologies that I haven't really had the time to respond. I usually try to answer ASAP. Now, looking back on the song I think it is a little bland at some points. I tried to use as little effects as I could, that is what added the classic video game vibe. But hey, the more you know :)
    Also I used a lot of square waves to make the synths, so that also contributes to the video game vibe!
    Thank you for listening and giving feedback, I really appreciate it! Also, thanks for the compliments!
  5. Modnex
    Modnex on Mon 17th Jul 2017 - 4 months ago
    Nice one here. The instruments chosen remind me of an attari game and hat brings back memories. The track is very catchy and makes me want to dance.

    Overall very nice track keep up the solid work mate!
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune That wasn't my intention, but man, now that I am listening to some Atari tracks I can't help but notice the similarities. I can imagine that some of my experimentation with new sounds might also share some similarities in how the 4bit/8bit sounds were created in an Atari game system. But that is just guesswork. Thank you for your compliments, I have spent quite some time on this track, so I am happy you liked it!

    - Tom
  6. BeatzFactory
    BeatzFactory on Sun 16th Jul 2017 - 4 months ago
    Yoooooooo man .. this Is really interesting.. sounds really cool ..

    Well done
    Allochtune
    Reply by Allochtune Thanks for listening! Glad you liked it.

    - Tom

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