Description : Ooops I kinda disappeared for a bit except I was right here all along. Haven't posted in a while though so here's my new track. Enjoy! Also expect some new loops soon. Hopefully...
Description : I had the privilege of mixing this in one of my college's studios, so I hope the increase in quality is at least somewhat noticeable. I also recently upgraded to an Audient iD4 interface and two KRK v6 s4 monitors, which might make for better mixes in the future, although I still need to grab some acoustic treatment stuff for my room.
Description : This is the first time I've properly made use of a vocoder, and let me just say that it was an exhilarating experience. I'm even considering getting a decent mic so I can do my own vocals, although that's still in the air at the minute, so to speak. Also, thanks to Cymatics for the vocal phrases.
Description : The final track of Vivid Clarity. The EP was a fun project to work on, and it was particularly enjoyable to make so many dubstep songs in a row. Check it out on SoundCloud at Xen0s.
Description : One of the longer tracks I've made, if not the longest. One more track to go on my Vivid Clarity EP.
Description : Looks like I forgot to upload this when I made it a month or so ago, or it got taken down. Also, bear with me for putting my name in the title; I had to make the title 5 characters long to upload the track, for some reason.
Description : Future bass + dubstep = incoherent crap... is, hopefully, not what you think after listening to this.
Description : Tried as many different things out as I could in this project. I hope this is still nice to listen to, and isn't ruined by the 'experimental' aspect.
Description : Tried (and failed in) making some dubstep sounds in Serum + Logic, and ended up sort of turning it into a very short track. I won't even say "I hope you like it", because, chances are, you won't.
Description : Making Illenium-style stuff is so fun lol. Hopefully this isn't too generic, though (not that Illenium's work is).
Description : Illenium-inspired track
Description : Obligatory "what genre is this?" enquiry.
Description : Not much of a remix, since this was primarily used to practice vocal processing/vocoding. If you like the track, that's an added bonus, I suppose :)
Description : Users who had their loops incorporated into the track:
Description : One of the arps is a loop. There's a vocoder loop somewhere. Oh yeah, and the melodic brass parts are loops (not the one-shot at the beginning of each bar, though).
Description : I tried making a kawaii bass track a while ago, so I thought I'd revisit and improve it with my updated skill-set.
Description : Releasing these 'loop-based' songs puts me in shady territory, but whatever. If someone could help me determine the genre that'd be much appreciated.
Description : I made this a month or so ago, and wasn't sure whether to upload it, since it is centred around mostly Cymatics stuff. However, I've heard other people using Cymatics loops on Looperman, so I suppose it's okay for me to put this here.
Description : You Looperman bois get this a week early, because this is the only site I upload to that doesn't require me to design cover art and make a visualiser for my tracks. I can't do those things right now, since I'm doing this from my laptop on holiday (I don't have my logo image file, visualiser templates etc.).
Description : Sounds kinda similar to Sublimity because of the way I make future bass, so sorry about that :(
Description : Probably my favourite completely non-loop-based track I've done to date.
Description : [160 BPM] [E Min]
*cough* Teminite *cough* Mayhem *cough*
The piano-ey orchestral bits were the most rewarding parts to make. Nobody asked, but whatever.
Description : [90 BPM] [A# MIN]
Damn, this has been fun to make. Sorry if it gets repetitive; I'm still used to EDM-style stuff. Also, the .wav wouldn't fit, so I had to use the slightly lower-quality .mp3 version. Sorry.
Description : No idea what genre this is, so I just went for the generic 'EDM' choice. Isn't it just great not knowing the genre of your own music? No. No it's not.