Tags : | Industrial | 3.06 MB

Description : This is not fully finished yet,
I still have some mixing to work out and bass parts to add and some vocals and probally some more nuances, Track in general is remenissant of many heavy and industrial bands

The main guitar elements are from a 15 minute jam session were i used a simple 1/4ths beat kick drum as my click to insure synchronisity as best as possible for later on down the road when editing time came, then I cropped all the synching parts of the jam session into .wav samples brought them into fruity loops where i began building drum & synth structure around the guitar riffs most of the synths are samples not VST's!
After getting most of the fuitar drums and synths down, I started on the synthetic bass guitar which is all genorated from a single sample of one note on a common electric bass guitar!
I'll go ahead and note that the basslines arent finished yet nor by any means is this a finished product but its about 90% finished in my eyes. Mixing on this will likeley never be perfect, as i am not that worried about perfection as opposed to creativity, I do all my music including mixing by ear and when you are working with this much at once in frutiy loops the mix can get out of control.... so considering the platform i use to make it i think its a decent mix

I like to think of it as Mudvayne Bass & Lamb of god guitars W/ Slipknot drums played on a techno trap kit by the DJ from prodigy, Fear Factorys Keyboard Player, with Ministrys Al Jourgesen doing sequencing And Trent Reznor producing it all

MUAH HA HA HA HA...
[UPDATE]
Not that anyone cares but this is done and im full of shXt, but i have come to like this alot and after seeing the #s on this vs other tracks, considering the ease of compisition as opossed to other tracks ive made im thinking im about to delve deeper into what i harnesed here, try to re invent somthing similar using same production method i used here....

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  1. TheConsumption
    TheConsumption on Sun 22nd Aug 2010 - 9 years ago

    Tastes like metal, smells like industrial. Love it.

  2. NoisicRecords
    NoisicRecords on Tue 29th Jun 2010 - 9 years ago

    Hell yes! this is seriously one of the best tracks I've ever heard on here, so heavy, so awesome. I def. wanna hear more stuff like this, keep up the awesome work man, and I hope we can collaborate in the near future. Check out some of my stuff as well.

    -Evan \,,/ d(=_=)b \,,/

  3. CrashTheSystem
    CrashTheSystem on Mon 28th Jun 2010 - 9 years ago

    This is definately one of the coolest freakin tracks i have ever heard on here man. I love it so much i want to use it in one of my videos i make with my friends (with your permission of course) so let me know if your cool with that. Anyways wouldnt change a thing dam good song man, dam good song.

    digitalenigma0
    Reply by digitalenigma0

    hells yeah as long as long as the artist name is shown somehwere im cool with it!

  4. Nosleeves
    Nosleeves on Sat 19th Jun 2010 - 9 years ago

    u got a freaking bloody diamond right here man this sohuld be on a movie soundtrack.
    great track fav for sure

  5. alividlife
    alividlife on Sat 3rd Apr 2010 - 9 years ago

    The hardest track ever written.
    PERIOD.

  6. KareHege
    KareHege on Mon 23rd Nov 2009 - 10 years ago

    very good crunch for a program

    digitalenigma0
    Reply by digitalenigma0

    not program crunch, its a big ass digitech guitar procesor

  7. denialart
    denialart on Fri 6th Nov 2009 - 10 years ago

    this is the stuff i've been needing to hear.sick riffs,punchy hard hitting drums.cant wait till its finished

  8. alividlife
    alividlife on Mon 2nd Nov 2009 - 10 years ago

    Lol at EYEMGUN

    FAVED FAVED FAVED FAVED FAVED FAVED FAVED FAVED FAVED.

    Clipping like a motherfu..er and loving every second.
    Bass needs more nuance?
    Dupe the bass track, and sidechain it to the drum patterns low frequencies, and then on the other drop it -6 decibels and add a nice room reverb...
    I think that might make the bass sit a little bit more?
    Otherwise
    Segue the transitions a little bit with that badass pad more dude!!

    THIS IS EPIC.
    YES.
    THANK YOU!

    PS THANK YOU FOR SETTING UP YOUR ID3 SETTINGS and Summary on the properties..
    DUDE, you are like one of 5 people that freaking do that..
    THANK you for that..
    Lyrics (check the summary of the track)? ehh?
    hehehe

    I wanna collab with you man

    digitalenigma0
    Reply by digitalenigma0

    Im down for collab but im a lil busy and a lil burnt on my own stuff but i can throw you some guitar or drum stuff on a track if you wanna drive it! thanks for the ID3 comment, i like to do that so it scrolls if someone burns it to play on a autompbile stereo or a new house stereo for that matter hit me at digitalenigma0 at yahoo.com through your email ill give you a link and a password where we can transfer some file stuf back and forth

  9. Kper
    Kper on Thu 8th Oct 2009 - 10 years ago

    Fascinating! This really kept me on my toes- just wondering what is coming around the next corner. Love the combination of sounds- a lot of great sounds without sounding fluffy. Lots of intensity. Very progressive. Good use of breaks in percussion, guitar, etc, as a way to build up intensity. Awesome. Kper

  10. lofthouse
    lofthouse on Wed 7th Oct 2009 - 10 years ago

    Love this!Dark ,mysterious-a curious combo of metal and industrial sounds.Gr8 for jumping around like a lunatic!A real headbanger-ouch!!

  11. LazarusBlack
    LazarusBlack on Wed 7th Oct 2009 - 10 years ago

    Hella-Hard and Tricky-Sick.LoVe iT...Great Guitar work and Bassline,not to mention the drums kick Ass..Great track }:)-

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