Share Your Music!


#1

We’d love to hear what music / sound design you folks have been working on recently, feel free to share streaming links to your tracks in here.

Hugh


#2

https://soundcloud.com/patrick-skyler just dropped a new ep a couple weeks ago


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A little 90’s atmospheric drum & bass:


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Enjoying the tracks so far guys! Nice variety of sounds and can definitely hear Circle in action.

Here’s one from my most recent EP


#8

@Hugh_FAW Haven’t heard that one yet Hugh!


#9

I am a pretty established artist, lemme know if I can beta test circle for ya! Hope you enjoy my sounds, I have releases across all kinds of labels worldwide. <3


#10

Pretty sure I used Circle for the sub bass and noisy lead on this track. The lead is just the ‘1 Chance Hits’ preset tweaked a lil bit :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#12

Lovely track! This is taking me right back to the liquid drum and bass I was listening to growing up in the mid 00s (Logistics, High Contrast, Calibre etc), but with a darker more broken beat twist.

This kind of stuff was a golden era of dnb for me, thanks for the reminder.


#13

Nice work, you’ve developed the ‘1 Chance Hits’ patch in a really interesting and unexpected way.


#14

That would sound epic in a club. Digging the lo-passed snare / rim especially.


#15

Feeling this one… Inner City life vibes :fire:

I think the dnb’s going to see a bit of a comeback soon, what with the crossover success of the new Pessimist (self-titled) album etc. It’s definitely a record to check out if you haven’t already:


#16

Deep stuff, wouldn’t sound out of place here in Berlin for sure.


#17

From the EP this I’d say this one’s seen the best support overall, I’ve been hearing it all over the place. I made it almost a year ago so I can’t wait for the next one to drop now.


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Hi! I did not use Circle too extremely but in the first track you definately can hear it in action. Loving the synth. Hope you like the music. :slight_smile:


#20

Thanks Hugh.

Funny you mentioned d&b comeback… I was just talking to a friend about that. If you take a look at current trends, almost all 4/4 driven genres pretty much dominate popular electronic music these days. Traxsource / Beatport Top 100 is a bit depressing for someone who listens to breakbeat driven tunes. Really hoping the shift happens soon. Personally, I think it is sorely needed.


#21

On a personal note, I wouldn’t mind giving the Circle Beta a run for its money and building a complete d&b track with it.