As the title explain’s, the new tutorial has been released in a two part series, looking at developing skills in the art of drum sample creation. Part 1 looks at the basics, the theory behind layering, EQing and Compression of samples that will allow you to engineer your own samples, as where part two actually shows you!
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Thought to be a collaboration between Skrillex and Boys Noize, Dog Blood has caused quite the commotion releasing it’s new EP under Boysnoize Records and OWSLA.
The evidence has been brought forward that ‘Dog Blood’ is indeed the mixed forces of the two heavy bass producer’s. As Boysnoize Records is obviously owned by Boys Noize, as is Skrillex to OWSLA, it continues to point to the fact that ‘Dog Blood’ could be an offspring super-group.
Another sweep of the net and from a member of the Erol Alkan Forum, evidence was stated:
“Skrillex played ‘Next Order’ as his first track on the BNR night at Bootshaus, Cologne. Alex (Boys Noize), who was djing right before Skrillex told me that this is the track they produced together.”
Again, evidence piling up to the fact that this very much could be a Super-Duo project.
However, all this doesn’t prove very much at all. From a blasé theory to a statement whose credibility could be questioned without fail, the evidence isn’t very appealing.
Just thought you would like to take a step into the life of a world renowned producer by the name of ‘Skrillex,’ AKA Sonny Moore. After just dropping his new EP ‘Leaving,’ Skrillex stated via ‘Drip.F.M,
“Here are some songs that i put together for an EP that came together last minute. ‘Scary Bolly Dub’ is a song I’ve been playing in my sets for a while. I use it more as a DJ tool, but I wanted you guys to have it.
‘The Reason’ and ‘Leaving’ came together last minute. I made ‘Leaving’ in my hotel room in mexico and just finished ‘The Reason’ an hour ago in my hotel room in Miami. I guess it’s just kind of a reflection of how I’m feeling right now. Hope you guys enjoy these quality wavs.”
The new direction of sound in his new EP has made him susceptible to criticism from his bass banging ardent fans, as he takes a more ‘relaxed’ vibe, steering away from his typical ‘face-eating’ bass-lines and ‘gut-wrenching’ growls!
More than less, ‘Leaving’ is an inspirational piece of art regardless of that fact that no ‘face-eating’ or ‘gut-wrenching’ occurs!
Released today, Feed Me’s new banging tune ‘Death By Robot’ incorporates all aspects of electronic dance genre’s while literally causing death to your ear drum’s due to awesomeness. The graphic designer turned electronic music producer has had a stint of collaboration’s recently, most notable with fellow UK ‘folktronic indie’ band, Crystal Fighter’s developing ‘Love Is All I Got’.
Feed Me hasn’t let the ball down as too yet, and his ever developing sound feature’s excitingly on ‘Death By Robot’. Check it out!