Beautiful melodic trance piece with a plenty of complex synths to please your ears.
Also, Ancient Dreams remix is coming next week. Completely different feel so you don’t get bored.
Thanks to Technomind music 🙂
A-side: oldschool cookie-cutter uplifter.
B-side: driving, banging and buzzy.
Uplifting EP coming on March 8th!
“France” remix coming on February 8th, “Ancient Dreams” on February 11th. Already available exclusively on Beatport: https://www.beatport.com/artist/warmonger/577400
I promised 3 releases coming soon, but at it turns out, there will be four. Delaforce Recordings got themselves together and finally scheduled a remix which I signed a whole year ago…
Either way, here they come in full glory:
For now I can tell that all the covers fit the music quite well.
Go check France remix already:
So, now let’s go and sign some more. While producing another ones. Nothing can stop me now!
2018 was unusual year, as I feel something has changed. Unlike in previous years, which were mostly all the same, bare from occasional musical enterprises.
With new job and new tracks signed I felt like burning some more money this year. So here comes the new software:
This unique synth simulates the behavior of physical object oscillating, which creates realistic sounds of strings, drums, bells as well as some oddball contraptions. While modulation options are somehwat limited, it works great under any settings. Awesome plucks and tube bass out of the box – just can’t go wrong with Chromaphone. While I don’t need Chromaphone for any particular purpose, it’s great plugin for organic sounds of all kind.
AAS also made some plugins for Ableton Live, especially Corpus which I use every now and then. You will be able to hear some great Corpus bass working as a main motiff for my upcoming “Meteor Ride” track.
Got this thing from JRR shop for 75 USD, normal price is 200 USD.
Now that’s a big deal – automagical orchestral music composer based on artificial intelligence. It’s like having a classical-trained musican next to me: “Just write me a string section in G minor.” – snap. “Nah, another one” – snap. “Or maybe in C minor. Or faster and higher, but solo” – everything in split second. “Now, add flute accompaniament to it” – snap.
However, things get really interesting when I route this thing into state-of-art synths, utilizing complex sound design and perfect mixdown. By now I can make all the things just sound good.