Distillatia

3 years ago

Artist: Wabuf - Track: Distillatia

The goal of this composition is to communicate a feeling of stability in a mechanical environment or where machines work together. Much of the percussion was sampled directly from raw noise frequencies, then chopped to serve as a snare, hi-hat, or cymbal; emulating machine noise or beeps. Each movement uses familiar elements from the previous in different ways for the development of the track.

This is the first published track which I have personally sampled guitar. My current setup allows for fairly easy, high quality sampling. I use Propellerheads Reason 7 for my all-in-one DAW and an AudioBox bridge to bring my guitar's analog signal into Reason. Since Reason is rack-based, I can essentially ditch my amp and effect pedals. Reason does it all live, and through much more sophisticated equipment. This means I can change amplification type, amount, effects, filters, and so forth .. all after recording! The less time spent on recording, the higher the quality of composition and overall audio production.


All original tracks are and will always be free to download.
Other compositions such as remixes, reworks, etc. depend on consent from the originating musician(s).

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Posted by Matthew Morris

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Like an Avalanche (Wabuf Remix)

3 years ago

Artist: Hillsong United - Track: Like an Avalanche (Wabuf Remix)

Ever since hearing this song on my local K-LOVE radio station, I felt the need to add some attributes of the music I listen to. Each time the song played, I would add house-inspired rhythms and melodies in my head thinking it might sound good as an electronic track. The original song composed by Hillsong United is oozing with raw talent and atmospheric brilliance. Every moment of the song is refreshing and unto itself a testament to God's love. The lyrics speak a simple gospel message and describes God's grace as an avalanche. Very few songs conjure up as much emotion and inspiration. This is my first complete remix release, so please leave comments on SoundCloud if you've given it even the slightest thought.


All original tracks are and will always be free to download.
Other compositions such as remixes, reworks, etc. depend on consent from the originating musician(s).

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