Description : Here's a kind of industrial type thing. Kind of. It's a little more 4 0n the floor compared to most of my stuff. Enjoy.

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  1. BeatzEazy0521
    BeatzEazy0521 on Tue 3rd Jan 2023 - 1 year ago

    transitional in many great aspects also very cinematic and cringeworthy this retro is plus sharing is a bonus...
    Much Love- EazyBeatz1250

    Reply by ValveDriver

    Thanks. I appreciate the kind words.

    Take care.

  2. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Mon 24th Jan 2022 - 2 years ago

    I love me some industrial, and this song does not disappoint! As a matter of fact I love it! Those are some grooving synths, and the 4 on the floor effect is not lost on me. The vocal samples were cool, though I'll admit that the actual words went right over my head... alcohol will do that. Either way, this is totally my style of track! Adding to favorites!

  3. sirefox
    sirefox on Mon 25th Oct 2021 - 2 years ago

    Gran tema industrial, tambin lo encuadrara como banda sonora de alguna pelcula de ciencia ficcin, me gusta mucho como suena. Gran trabajo amigo Valve. Paz y salud.

  4. RitajustRita
    RitajustRita on Fri 10th Sep 2021 - 2 years ago

    Nice intro.
    Like what you didd on 2:00
    Great..just great!!

    Reply by ValveDriver

    Thank you, Rita. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

  5. bringerofDOOM
    bringerofDOOM on Thu 9th Sep 2021 - 2 years ago

    Nice work. I've noticed industrial elements resurfacing with better sound quality in a number of genres. Nothing wrong with a little 4 on the floor, especially when you have the right timbres... likin that noise-snare, once again, nice work.

    Reply by ValveDriver

    BOD, what's happnin?

    Thanks, man. I appreciate you taking time to listen and comment.

    I made that snare in sylenth1 by layering a Noise setting in one OSC, and a sinewave in a second OSC. Adjusted the ADSR and the High-pass, and bam-o! Noise snare!

    Thanks again, sir.

    Take care.

  6. ioncewas
    ioncewas on Mon 6th Sep 2021 - 2 years ago

    Hi ValveDriver, I really like the boom-in at 1:04s, the sounds are truly classic sounding and the snare has really good presence; the sounds at the break definitely gives the track a darky-edge, the drone-like sounds remind me of Contact; by the time 3:mins in, the semi-acid synth works nicely with the snare/kick--it keeps it moving. Only thing I could think is that it doesn't feel like it has a "theme", it pretty much runs the same nearly throughout. A melody change or addition, perhaps a section that leaves off some instruments and then a bit later brings them back. Keep up the good work.

    Reply by ValveDriver

    Hey man. How's it goin?

    Thanks for listening and commenting. I appreciate the feedback for sure.

    As far as the "theme" goes, yeah. There really wasn't one. Typically there is in my work, but this one was kind of the one off dam-breaker. I've been in a creative slump for about a year and I had to finish SOMETHING in hopes that it would get things moving again. I guess we'll see, huh?

    Again, thanks for the taking the time, and like I said, I truly appreciate your input.

    Take care.

  7. BananaLu
    BananaLu on Mon 6th Sep 2021 - 2 years ago

    Great soundscape. There is a lot of details in your drums. I like the metallic low-siizling noise generator modulator stuff. It can hear a lot of different qualities of dynamics in your instruments. razer sharp but also set in an hell of a room. Ican almost touch the instruemts but also get knocked down by them. Im working on my next tour and i tried wo find a title track to get up on stage. I cant imagine another track. would be nice if we can get in contact.

    Reply by ValveDriver

    Hey man, thanks for the kind comment. I appreciate it.

    If you want, you can contact me through Looperman here. Maybe we can figure something out.

    Take care.

  8. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sun 5th Sep 2021 - 2 years ago

    Hey Aaron, my master of darkness ! Excellent production as always.
    The intro sets the tone for the track really nicely and everything else just flows smoothly throughout. It really has a kind of cinematic touch as someone already mentioned. Absolutely well done my friend...keep 'em coming !:)


    Reply by ValveDriver

    Leon, thanks for stopping by. I always appreciate it when you do.

    Like I said to Jynxz about the cinematic aspects, I think the reason that always seems to happen is because I'm an artist first, and a musician second. I have a very visual imagination and the music ends up being the soundtrack of my minds eye. Like I said to him, "I paint with sound". I guess maybe that's where the "signature" Valvedriver sound comes from, huh?

    I'm also glad this is getting a few positive comments because it's not my typical style. Not to mention it was one of those half-forced projects. I've been in a creative slump for almost year and needed to complete SOMETHING. So, to have a half-assed project still come out okay is fine by me.

    Again, thank you for taking the time time to listen and comment. I always have looked forward to hearing your opinions. There aren't a whole lot of people left here that used to be. So, it's good to hear a familiar voice, too.

    Leon, as always, do take care.

  9. Zootman
    Zootman on Sun 5th Sep 2021 - 2 years ago

    this is fine man, lovely sound. like the dark aspect to it and some cool breaks and beats. seems like a pretty wide stereo field too which i like.

    Reply by ValveDriver

    Thank you. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
    If you like the darker aspects, you should check out my other tracks. Dark is what I do!

    Thanks again.
    Take care.

  10. Jynxz
    Jynxz on Sat 4th Sep 2021 - 2 years ago

    This track has a "Cinematic" feel to it, to me, I could imagine hearing this behind a action movie. It's super clean and crisp your tracks always are. Great track.


    Reply by ValveDriver

    Thanks, man. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Most of my work does have a cinematic feel to it. I'm not sure how it happens, I never mean for it too. Maybe because I paint with sound? Who knows?

    Thanks for the kind words, Jynxz.
    Take care.

  11. pseudoble
    pseudoble on Sat 4th Sep 2021 - 2 years ago

    Great sound production on this and very skilfully put together with vox and synths and beats nicely interwoven with some cool transitions and breaks adding interest and keeping the listener engaged

    Reply by ValveDriver

    Thank you. I'm glad you liked it.

    Take care.

  12. dimestop
    dimestop on Fri 3rd Sep 2021 - 2 years ago

    Real dark track Valve, drum and bass are both arse kickin, synth work is great, with great, impacts and drops, the vox are spot on and sound production quality

    Reply by ValveDriver

    Thanks man. I reworked a few parts of it since you commented. I made a few adjustments on the secondary kick levels, and added a whole new synth-arp. It's still basically the same though.
    Thanks for listening and commenting. I appreciate it.

    Take care.

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