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Title: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: stonecold on February 26, 2009, 02:45:21 am
Its here at last!
My addition to irndemons Metal Skeleton series
Made on Music2000 with a few extra special techniques used :)

Youtube :- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Y0gonKfjyk&fmt=18

'Making of' vid youtube :- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbWzBvpX8xU  if you want to know how the track it was made.

320kbps mp3 below.
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: Casper AudioGhost on February 26, 2009, 03:37:29 am
omg!!! that is frickin brilliant man!!! love the video:)what a nice surprise    casper
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: Irndemon on February 26, 2009, 08:43:32 pm
Excellent!!...Like the way you do it  :) Love the tune....gotta love them sub drops!! Nice reece aswell  :D

So i suppose you could mute channels on m2k then record drums,bass,sfx etc as seperate tracks using your effects on each of them,then record them as one through a mixer...if you have one,Just like the pro software?

Anyway...F**kin awsome work mate!!

I'll Be Back!!!
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: stonecold on February 26, 2009, 09:48:18 pm
Hey cheers casper mate, im glad u liked it! :)

Thanx for checking the 'making of' vid irndemon!
Yeah it's possible to do that mate, (i take it you mean like effecting the drums while keeping everything else 'uneffected'?) the problems can come when trying to sync it up again. I can and have done it but it takes a hell of a long time. The digital recorder has faders for each channel/track and also has its own fx with routing to each 'track' but when it's done is it still classed as a 'music2000' production?........ I held back on over producing this to keep in the spirit and sound of 'music'
I could just shove the whole lot into Ableton and do it the easy way,but i get such a buzz doing it 'hands on'! :D
Thanks for the kind words!  :D
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: JCW on February 26, 2009, 10:03:55 pm
Incredible, feel completely upstaged in the Metal Skeleton series with this! The video was amazing too mate, waited a long long time to hear this. Very impressed. :)
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: stonecold on February 26, 2009, 10:17:46 pm
Thanks jcw,it means alot mate. Grab a smoke and coffee and check the 'making of' vid, to see me(and my dirty hands) working on the track lol. :D
I really enjoyed making it and chuffed everyones liking the results!

note:-
youtube sucked the life out of the tune, so iv changed the link to the HQ version (&fmt=18)
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: JCW on February 26, 2009, 10:22:08 pm
Yeah totally, YouTube really muffled the samples. I had to edit the link manually but I'm downloading it now to HD. Have to have this with all the others on my Walkman Phone. I have a tea and cigarettes, I'll watch that making of now. I have a new tune up on YouTube too, inspired by Weapons Division. :)
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: Irndemon on February 26, 2009, 10:55:59 pm
yeah,..Thats exactly what i mean,I understand how it might be difficult to sync it all up. Cool though!!
I wouldn't know where the boundry line would be for it to stay a "MUSIC" production....You made a reece tone on a synthesizer and imported it to the music software,...Which is fair game obviously...But like you say, if you seperated the channels,..then the final sequencing wouldn't be done using 'MUSIC'.......But the riffs and samples are still 'MUSIC'(exept imports)..And no other software is being used..Only hardware for recording purposes & effects(ppl add after effects when recording using audacity etc)...Which you used anyway...So i suppose i would still class it as a 'MUSIC' production  :)

Hard Work by the sounds of it.  :D
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: DJ Ryznup on February 27, 2009, 03:48:29 am
That really great stuff, great production. All you guys involved with this series are doing a great job with it.

Looking forward to the next entry.
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: stonecold on February 27, 2009, 09:47:09 pm
Cheers Ryznup!  147 crew may be doing a version soon too. Cmon 147! :D

note:- just added 'making of' vid as youtube link too.
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: 147 crew on March 02, 2009, 08:02:13 pm
Only just played this today as making up my version I didn't wanna lose heart as I knew yrs was gonna be BIG  :D

Absolutely loved it. Awesome effects, BASS!! Cool voice samples, totally unique..TOP TUNE. Think I can do some stuff to my mix to make it better, very different but not too bad.

Samples are up now OK, geez..  :P
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: stonecold on March 02, 2009, 08:45:57 pm
Thanx 147. I had a pretty clean slate when starting this (used drum sounds from my other dnb track 'weapons division) Was gonna go with dark atmos/soundscape sound but couldnt resist using THAT bass! I tried not to make it too 'jump up' so structured it with tech/electro sections for a 'soundtrack' feel. Hope i got the balance right :)
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: JCW on March 03, 2009, 12:13:06 pm
You did mate :)
Title: Re: Metal Skeleton [pt 7] '1984' Version by stonecold/Weapons Division
Post by: Irndemon on March 03, 2009, 01:11:17 pm
 :) Spot on


I'll be back!!