[LAU] [new music] cypherpunks coaster / crypto p and "waiting for the sun"

Rafal Zawadzki bluszcz at bluszcz.net
Wed Aug 21 16:41:01 UTC 2013

Hi Julien!

Thanks for deep output, I appreciate :)

Waiting for the sun, was kind of unexpected production....

I had a beginning of the tune in Renoise, and lately two friends 
visited me... We got some drinks and so,perhaps too much and we switched 
into 'expression mood'...

We spent not more than 5 minutes for writing lyrics, next 15 for 
recording, i mixed it fast into the song and rest of night we spent it 
listening in the loop.

So it is just personal thing, perhaps explains why I literally didn't 
pay too much attention to production at all...

Bass for Waiting for a sun was effect of long experimenting with my 
synthesis of sound... I was aiming for something between 80s and little 
not so deep techno bass..

It is really cool feedback Julien,

everything best to you.


On 21.08.2013 19:27, Julien Claassen wrote:
> Hello Rafal!
>   thanks for sharing your two pieces. I did like cypherpunk.
> Aggressive enough and the jungle beat brigns movement and restlessness
> into the equation. Envigourating!
>   I didn't like waiting for the sun not. Or is this two nots at the
> end there? the vocals give it a very whiny feeling, which always
> reminds me of certain britpop icons, whose playing leave me rather
> cold and I believe there are others, on which I'm not keen at all and
> they certainly won't quench my thirst, if I were in a desert. that
> covers the most wellknown offenders.
>   Still the bass of your second production was interesting. I
> couldn't really perceive it a lot audibly. Yes it was there, but
> neither striking nor catching. My intestants told me otherwise. A very
> interesting effect. to go further into it might really be unfair,
> since I just don't take to its atmosphere.
>   Cypherpunk though had a good bass, almost reminiscent of those
> dubstep basses. Not as aggressive as they are, but the shadow of it.
> The slight distortion and the pumping action from underneath. And
> those bell-like, FM-style synth sounds in the beginning added another
> item of curiousity. Somehow they attract me.
>   Thanks a lot for sharing!
>   Warm regards
>          Julien
> ----------------------------------------
> http://juliencoder.de/nama/music.html

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