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Zephh's Music Thread
Hello everyone! So I've been making music for the past 5 or so years and since I've been getting into Toribash again recently I've decided I should show you guys what I've been up to. I don't stick with one genre, therefore there will be multiple sections with different genres.

Software I use is:
DAW - FL Studio 11 and FL Studio 20
VST - Synths: NI Massive, NI Kontakt, reFX Nexus and Xfer Serum; Effects: FabFilter, iZotope 5, W.A. Production Pumper

Any type of feedback is always appreciated. I've learned everything by myself in my free time, therefore it's more than possible that there's something I can improve on. Thanks to everyone for listening.
● Summer Donuts

Here is my latest project called "Summer Donuts". It's a little tribute to J Dilla in terms of the titling of songs on the project, and some songs themselves. While I wanted to show a J Dilla influence on this project, I also wanted to make it personal, and unique, which ultimately resulted in me putting in couple of songs of a slightly different taste.

● Synthwave:

● Trap:

● Garage/Future Garage:

● Drum&Bass:

● Downtempo:

Songs/projects on my old "Strafe" profile are quite outdated now, but I still figured I'd include them in because I like a lot of them.
Last edited by Zephh; Nov 9, 2019 at 07:50 PM. Reason: links and formatting

Revolution will never be televised.

Originally Posted by lily View Post
none of those links work, except the bandcamp one

Looks like an issue with the hyperlink markup, let me fix it real quick.

Revolution will never be televised.

I listened to 3 or 4 of them, I liked that the beat in the middle of the song was decent for the ones I listened to. I didn't like that the volume changes so much throughout, that should be reserved for classical music imho, and I didn't like that they were pretty repetitive. I also felt like the middle should have been the beginning for the ones I heard and that it should get faster and more feeling after that. I didn't immediately feel drawn in like when I listen to stuff that's on indie internet radio type places
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