Tags : | Industrial | 11.85 MB

Description : industrial mix of my rock song game of love was easy to make just layed down certain guitar and volcal loops I made from that song then layerd many different sounds under them many difernt tracks muted extra tracks till sound wanted then made it a 4 bar loop kept going like this put all loops to gether basically made this in the mixer out of a 4 bar loop with difernt layerd sounds each time called loops 1234 ect by order they go then opened studio put 1234 ect into track made mp3

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  1. Nodog
    Nodog on Sat 11th Jan 2020 - 1 month ago

    Unique sounding track which stands on its own two feet upright and proud i really enjoyed it Robbie

  2. Verdiqo
    Verdiqo on Fri 10th Jan 2020 - 1 month ago

    Greetings,

    Although i do appreciate some good old industrial like music. I did still find this song to noisy. So some filtering on the volume and noise reduction would work out miracles. Besides that i did like the track none the less. So still good job none the less. Keep on listening and creating though.

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    my music is not for every one it can be a lot to take in on a first listen as the originality hass take a few listens to get it however thank you very much for your comment keep rocking loud and proud dude

  3. 2nick8
    2nick8 on Thu 9th Jan 2020 - 1 month ago

    i see you put in alot of work in this one..has that exotic destruction grunge to it..fantastic mate.

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    it was real easy to make I just lyerd bunch sounds in a 4 bar frame then went to mixer muted certin sounds and activated others burned off asa for bar loop labed in order they go then in another spot of original guitar work layerd other sounds in 4bar fram did same I promote song because it is a promo that promotes original rock song thanks loads for your comments man

  4. elijahbcrouch
    elijahbcrouch on Wed 25th Dec 2019 - 2 months ago

    great man!!!

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    thanks a bunch

  5. RuslanG
    RuslanG on Wed 25th Dec 2019 - 2 months ago

    Nice!

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    thankyou very much

  6. 2nick8
    2nick8 on Wed 25th Dec 2019 - 2 months ago

    Very funky grungy style ..youve got a unique inventive taste my man..keep it up..

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    thank you man I enjoy listening to you play your awsome

  7. ShawnPonthetrack
    ShawnPonthetrack on Wed 18th Dec 2019 - 2 months ago

    cool industrial track!! I like it!!

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    thank you my opinion it reminds me of early days nin inich nails

  8. VirginiaSlimm
    VirginiaSlimm on Sat 14th Dec 2019 - 2 months ago

    You're good at remixing. nice work :D

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    THANK YOU it is one my stronger things I have in my talent putting sounds together it is why when playing in bands or auditions I excel I cand pick up on sounds and improvise to it thanks a lot for your comment

  9. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 14th Dec 2019 - 2 months ago

    Awesome intro, I like the natural sounding drum kit. I'm listening to this thinking about how I would re-mix this one. lots of ideas rattling round in my head on this one. Awesome tune.
    Good job!
    Cru

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    thanks its a mix promo of a mutt rock genere song I made kinda shows why i call it mut can fit it into any rock genre ty much for your awesome comment

  10. CinCoCent
    CinCoCent on Thu 12th Dec 2019 - 2 months ago

    Great synth work

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    thanks but to be honest im not playing synth here I amjust layering sounds and recyclting sounds into something els to get my own sound out of it that fits what I want I am playing guitars and volcals

  11. Frostdog
    Frostdog on Wed 11th Dec 2019 - 2 months ago

    nice mix man

    damonb
    Reply by damonb

    thankyou your songs nice 2

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