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Slanter Vox 2 w/smokeyvw


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 Genre: Industrial

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This is an updated version of Slanter Vox with different vocal treatment. Still using the cumputerized comments supplied by Smokeyvw, but tweaked a bit more.
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Authored by: smokeyvw on Wed, 30 Aug 2006 18:50:09 -0500

there are many things i can imagine going well with this:

a rap, distorted rant about the current state of the world.

a smooth female vocal to counterbalance the rough-edged sounds - it
could almost become a "love song" in a way.

a chant, with 1 or 2 supporting vocal lines on it, something about life-
energy, or about getting your shit together.

maybe a nine-inch-nails sort of take on it: a single vocal with lots of
effects on it, the lyrics about how we're addicted to MacJams and can't
wrestle free of it!
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Uploaded: Sep 16, 2006 - 12:42:22 PM
Last Updated: Mar 30, 2007 - 07:19:54 PM Last Played: Jan 17, 2017 - 08:30:43 AM
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said 3936 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
Very Interesting Experiment
Probably nothing smokeyvw ever expected when he wrote his comment.
bud said 3936 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
Guess not...
It did blow his mind a little - check the comments on the first version. BTW -
thanks for checkin' in. Stay tuned for a Bud/Kevlar tape collab from the vault.
-Bud
Check out my latest song called pjinky
said 3936 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
Looking Forward
to hearing Kevlar collab. :)

---
Ars longa, vita brevis.
bud said 3936 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
Check out...
Cult of the Body (1982) - just added.
Check out my latest song called pjinky
SmokeyVW said 3936 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
what exactly did you tweak?
instead of hearing a difference in the vocals, i'm hearing the music
sounding brighter (more high end i guess).

also, it seems almost like when the vocal lines come in, the music drops
in volume slightly (but it's subtle - or my imagination). did you run the
master through a multiband compressor or something? just curious...

still, this song cracks me up. what a concept! Mungo's right, it was totally
unexpected - but i got a nice laugh out of the idea. and it's a great song
regardless of where the lyrics same from...

Check out my latest song called Glyph
bud said 3936 days ago (September 16th, 2006)
Not much but the timing ...
I tweaked the placement of the vocals and cut up the female vocal to synch it up
more with the male voice. They speak at different speeds, which I later saw I
could effect at the source, but I didn't want to go back and rerecord, so I did it
by hand. Besides it's more more slippery this way. I shifted a few levels but
didn't change any EQ or compression. I realize that the vocals get a little lost in
the middle , but I like them as instruments there, and I think it pays off more at
the end when they take over.
Check out my latest song called pjinky
said 3926 days ago (September 26th, 2006)
Im an addict
this is great love this kind of music I love the way you minipulated the vocals real good tune
bud said 3926 days ago (September 26th, 2006)
Glad to be your drug
Once again thank smokeyvw for the words, all I did was run em through
"speech" - cut em up and eq em a bit. Course the way i captured them was real
primitive. I had my eMac speak while my iBook recorded through it's little hole
mic.
- Bud
Check out my latest song called pjinky
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Name: Kevin Bud Jones
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Industrial music is a loose term for a number of different styles of electronic and experimental music. First used in the mid 1970s to describe the then-unique sound of Industrial Records artists, a wide variety of artists and labels have since come

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