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Lips That Would Comply

 
uploaded: Sun, Feb 19, 2012 @ 12:29 AM last modified: Sun, Feb 19, 2012 @ 12:43 AM  (add)
byClarence Simpson
FeaturingGurdonark, Leza2unes, KCentric
length5:03
BPM116
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My homework assignment this time was a little Gurdonometry!

This track features several great melodic motifs plucked out of Gurdonark’s vast library of uploads. All of the backing track is Gurdonark samples with the exception of a drum loop, a synth pad, and a sequenced bass line that I added.

Vocally, this became a duet between KCentric rapping about the mainstream music industry and Leza singing the alluring siren song of that industry. If only your lips would comply…

I’m adding a detailed How I Did It this time around to document my personal secret mixter process.

Constructive feedback/criticism is always welcome!

Stems and MIDI included.
 
See "How I Did It"

Contents of ZIP Archive: Stems

  • /Gurdonark-Relief-Processed.mp3 (1.31MB)
  • /KCentric-Processed.mp3 (2.59MB)
  • /Leza2unes-Processed.mp3 (3.62MB)
  • /Pad.mp3 (2.10MB)
  • /BassSequence.mp3 (3.94MB)
  • /DrumLoop.mp3 (4.84MB)
  • /Gurdonark-DescendingBell.mp3 (1.38MB)
  • /Gurdonark-FaithWithoutCreed-Processed.mp3 (2.06MB)
  • /Gurdonark-GreatKiskadee-Processed.mp3 (1.85MB)
  • /Gurdonark-Gulf-Processed.mp3 (1.74MB)
  • /Gurdonark-Kindergarten-Processed.mp3 (2.12MB)
  • /Gurdonark-LittlePenguin-Processed.mp3 (1.68MB)

"Lips That Would Comply"
by Clarence Simpson

2012 - Licensed under
Creative Commons
Attribution Noncommercial (3.0)



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Editorial pick

This is one of those tracks that make me declare my love for ccMixter as Clarence Simpson masterfully takes a myriad of Gurdonark source, transforming it completely into a chill triphop groove masterfully put together with panache, some KCentric flow, and some smooth vocalizing from Leza2unes.

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