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STROBOTONE - Flashback Forward (Album)

http://www.ideology.de/archives/audio000259.php
done with buzz and a few simple VSTs

other tunes can be found on http://strobotone.de

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strobotone wrote:STROBOTONE - Flashback Forward (Album)
listened to this last night, good stuff! I like how you handled vocals across the various tracks

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How do I miss that. Wow, man, this is splendid!
Did you write this in Buzz ? This fits totaly with my taste.
The production, writing, sounding and arrangements are top!
I'm a big fan 8-)

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very nice, some of the best buzz music i've heard in a while :)

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many thanks guys !

yes it is all done with buzz.
wish i had the time to be that creative again.
hope it is inspiring to some of you.

french folks seem to like "kites" very much.
some tunes went kinda viral and were used in games and videos on youtube :)

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I like it a lot too. Probably my favorite buzz album so far.

What kind of machines did you use? Lots of samples I guess.

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thanks !

actually i dont use many samples.
i use:
some native generators like infector and percussive fm,
some old, free vst machines, ni absynth and ni fm8, linplug rm iv for drums or grooveagent 3
sometimes soundfonts (for strings and other orchestral sounds),
matilde tracker 2,
tethys,
stereobox pro,
tunaman,
chorpse senior,
sonic verb,
ninja delay combined with other types of delay,
jeskola limiter,
some sidechain compression.

in some cases parts of a rythm or lead will be sampled from vst to the wavetable and reused in different ways with mtrk.

depending on real life situation finishing a track can take months.
paperworks was very complex and i usually focus on details when the basic structure of the track is done.

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release #98 : San Fran Interlude
http://strobotone.de/content/records/20 ... erlude.zip

release #99 : San Fran Interlude (edit)
http://strobotone.de/content/records/20 ... (edit).zip

This jazzy bigbeat/breakbeat piece could act as a theme from 1971.
All brass is played via midi-keyboard using physical modeling synths.

Done using Buzz as usual.

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Enjoying 'Flashback Forward' a lot here, very nice work, I'll be checking out the rest for sure.

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thanks. nice to hear. :)

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strobotone wrote:STROBOTONE - Flashback Forward (Album)

http://www.ideology.de/archives/audio000259.php
done with buzz and a few simple VSTs
Woaw, this is amazing music.
Perfection !!!

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many thanks! glad you like it.

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