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Money To Burn (SAW mix) + stems
by stellarartwars
Recommends (9)
Sat, Jul 12, 2014 @ 12:18 PM

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Elijah Lucian
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permalink   Sun, Jul 13, 2014 @ 7:04 PM
haha nice twist man!

thanks so much for the remake! I love it! Those chords are twisting my mind haha.

such a great vibe :)
 
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permalink   stellarartwars Sun, Jul 13, 2014 @ 9:04 PM
Absolutely loved working on this. My favourite musical period (of my own generation’s) was the mid 1980s to mid 1990s, your track reminded me of so many of my favourite records from this era.

Actually, your own mix is rather more modern than my own, smoother and cleaner, not a bad thing either. I wanted though to emphasise the retro qualities.

A few months ago I took the decision to junk Windows on two of my three computers and swith to Linux. The best little surprise I came across was a free plugin included with the excellent Ardour DAW called MDA DX10. There may be a Windows version. It’s an absolutely perfect emulation of the budget, mini-keyed Yamaha DX100, regarded by many in the house fraternity as the best bass synth ever made. One writer said “it can punch a hole through concerete”. All the uploads I’ve used this on I’ve included the basslines for sampling.

I have a real hardware DX7 and also the commercial plugin Native Instruments FM8, but other than the rather good apeggiator on the latter, the sound quality on the freebie is actually superior.

One reason I made the switch to open source is I’d like to tweak some of the software. The DSP side of things is beyond me (maths degree dropout here!) but linking together different bits of code etc is just about within my grasp. Best of all with the Linux audio environment is practically every program can be used as a plugin of something else. Can’t wait for Ardour 4!
Snowflake
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permalink   Fri, Aug 1, 2014 @ 6:22 PM
great stuff!! and way better than being Rick-Rolled :)