Thanks for returning to the Gauntlet for yet another installment of our Electronic Music Piece of the Day Give-Away, and the thirty-third track in this series of Band Camp hosted 391 & the Army of Astraea industrial-electronic music releases.
I thought I'd take a pause between the headier pieces of philosophy and analysis lately that have been featured and opt for for some noisy New Year's fun. And so, today's track is entitled "The Drop", and it's also a little but of a departure from the last few aural forays, first and foremost in that it's in that oh, so assailable genre of dance music known as Dubstep.
Created for the most part in the Soundcamp Mobile Music App; sampler compositing module, with Arturia synth additions in Ableton Live, and finalized in Audacity 2.1.3 (yes, I will upgrade to the December 6th release Audacity 2.2.1 on all my computers and give you my review later), "The Drop"
is an experiment in unbridled excess, and sampling programs like
Soundcamp should probably have warning stickers that read: "This is the
result of what happens when industrial-electronic artists are allowed to
play with beat samplers."
Till next time.
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