This is another idea that sort of
followed the same pattern as yesterday's tune, using a glitchy, weird Serum bass, and quite a few layers of drums, along with a couple of other small additions. I started with the bass, which was recorded to Track 1. Pictured below is the intro, which I warped quite a bit, before it moves into the repetition that continues for the rest of the track. Track 2 just provides the quick drum, which plays a kick on each 1/4 note beat. Track 3 provides the first of two snares, which hits on the 2, and just before the 4. Track 4 provides hihats and little bell sounds. Track 6 is also a drum track, which adds multiple snares and claps, which are quieter than the first one in Track 3, but add some 1/16th note fills in spots which turned out to be a cool effect.
Track 1, Warped Intro
Track 5 provides some VERY basic harmonies, beginning
with two note dyads in the Green section, then moving to the part pictured to the right of the first paragraph above. Track 7 is only used for the two breaks, and adds a bit of a crescendo as we move back into the main section. I used a very digitized, glitchy sample and reversed and resized it a bit. Track 8 came from a second Serum synth, which adds a sort of 'melody' part (I guess 'lead' might be more accurate), which definitely adds to the glitchy weirdness throughout. Track 9 sort of fills in the gaps in Track 8 with little clips, all of which are from some free packs I downloaded a while back which have 100s of short, glitchy sounds. Finally, we have Track 10, which is another Serum track, which just adds a single beepy fill, pictured to the left here. I forgot to record this into an audio track, but fortunately it wasn't too complicated so I can make it again.
Enjoy today's song idea! Thanks for listening!
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