Hello and welcome back to Intense Tech with Defense Mech! This month I’ll be sharing a few examples of how to use different grooves in LSDj. After you read this lesson, you should feel comfortable using more advanced techniques to manipulate timing in your LSDj songs!
¡Hola y bienvenidos una vez más a Intense Tech con Defense Mech! Este mes compartiré algunos ejemplos de cómo utilizar diferentes grooves en LSDj. Una vez que hayas leído esta lección, deberías de sentirte cómodo al utilizar técnicas avanzadas para manipular el tiempo en tus creaciones en LSDj.
Hello again and welcome to an extremely exciting edition of Intense Tech! I’m thrilled to share the results of the past few months with you because I believe that an entire new world of sounds is now at your disposal. Come with me as we return to the command line using 4ntler’s lsdj-wavetable-import tool from libLSDJ!
[Editor’s note: this album was moved elsewhere on Bandcamp well after the article published, so none of the embeds work. ƪ(‾ε‾“)ʃ ]
Happy November, folks!
This month, Spaceman Fantastiques is back with yet another gorgeously articulated record, scoring his life from the previous month, entitled ‘October (2018)’. Combining a mixture of well mixed sound textures with smartly composed arrangements, this record took me on an adventure that was left waiting to be continued from his last release.
One thing I deeply admire about Spaceman Fantastiques, and a couple reasons I review his work so much, is because I not only love it, but there is also a never ending stream of real creativity that spews out of every variety of instruments used for each album. A multi-instrumentalist, Spaceman Fantastiques uses each acoustic texture or synthesizer to new brinks of limitations, combining that art with both storytelling and beautiful, listenable music. This record, and his previous, have been so easy for me to write about because they’ve been so relatable.
Just released three weeks ago, Psilodump presents to us their newest record, ‘The Ground’. On the whole, this is a wonderful collaboration of artists working together to create a myriad of beautiful tracks. Each composition is distinct in its character, yet they mesh together so well that they flow super fluidly as the album spins through.
THIS IS IT. We’ve come up to the last ten tracks of Volume 7, and I can’t begin to express the rollercoaster of emotion that was experiencing this album without being able to share the hype with everyone in our Discord channel during the release party.
Fortunately, I have a platform where I can have opinions regardless of how right or wrong I can be (thanks, Internet! <3), so without further ado, it’s time to jump into the first track on my list to cover!
Pixel Syndrome’s ultra fun entry to the V.7 art contest.