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Ndus3alFrequenC

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Member since: 8 years
Last Logged in: one year
Mood: In to make some REAL F*CKING DISTORTION!!!

Profile

Profession: Towertap Driver
City: veurnecity
Age: 28 years
I Compose: Industrialhardcore/Hardcore/Experimental-IDM
with: Evolution uc33e midi controller, roland UA-25 EX audio interface, MSI CR500 laptop 4gb Ram 2.2 Ghz, CME UF5 Synthesizer, Korg K25 synthesizer...
Fruityloops, Ableton live, Acid pro, Sound forge, Total recorder Logic pro, Pro tools, Sound forge, Renoise, Cubase...
I Play: Kick based industrial Hardcore with many distorted kicks and distorted fx sounds... Mostly around 200-230 B/pm
with: None

Stats

Total Posts: 88
Last Post: 3 years in Mastering Help Needed !!!
Total Comments: 591 (0.2/day)
Last Comment: 3 years in Exploring the wave
Listened by User: 2659 (0.9/day)
Last Listened: one year @ i wish some things were different
Total Songs: 98
Listened: times (/day)
 

Description

I started experimenting with fruityloops 3.56 in january 2003. I had gotten the program as a gift from fox'n, for which i'm still very thankful!!
Originally, Fruity Loops was a nice little piece of Software that created loops from samples.
I was pretty amazed when I first saw it. It looked like a simple grid pattern sequencer and I could not figure out why even professional musicians liked it that much. However, after playing with it for a while I couldn't stop. It sounded really nice, had a tight timing and you could work very relaxed with this tool. In 2005 I jumped from fruityloops 3.56 to FL studio 5.0. Between 2005 and 2007 i experimented with other producing software as well, such as: Cubase, Renoise, Ableton, Acid pro, ... But in the end i still prefer Fl studio! The worst program for me would be Reason, the second best Cubase... Later i started with Fl studio 6.0 And somewhere in june 2007 -i guess- Fl studio 7.0 was released.. From that moment i had the most fun with Fl studio! And i started producing more and more Hardcore tracks... Until today!

In July 2008 i did my first live performance. While evolving as an upcoming artist in the hardcore scene i became part of the "Underground Sickness org".. I started as resident live act for "KweetnieWATT Sound6tem" and i'm also a member of the board. In july 2010 me and jelle (wuste) launched a new oganisation called: “The Underground District” which is created to support our local upcoming artists. I'm about to release my first tracks under the dutch label "Red Fever recordings" It's a brand new label in partnership with Noisj records.. www.noisj.nl

I came up with the name Industrial Frequency because of the many samples i use in my music recorded while working my dayjob. The samples are recorded in a industrial environment. That's why the word industrial is making part of my artistname.

- Today i make music using Fruityloops 9.0, Soundforge 10.0 for editing my samples and Ableton 8.2 for my live performances.

Free music

color Artist / Title genre creation date action
Ndus3alFrequenC
i wish some things were different
IDM 3 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Exploring the wave
IDM 3 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Hard feelings
Hardcore 3 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Total loss
Hardcore 3 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
The future is where i dream of you in the past
Downbeat 3 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Taste the colors that i smell
Downbeat 3 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Frontier
Hardcore 44 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Impact
Hardcore 3 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Insanity
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Criminal mind
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Versus Overdrive
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
You can have my knife
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
The underground district
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
I want to be a junkie
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Frequency response test
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Liquid science
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Frequency fuckers
Hardcore 3 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
I wonder if it makes you sleep
Downbeat 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
If i would hate you
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Overloads
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Disorder
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Shit load
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Dear mr Roland
2010_909_Contest 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Are you sure
IDM 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Inside
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Amen prayers
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
InduCeton
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
If i could only tell you
IDM 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Why did i
IDM 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Can i get an amen
Drill n Bass 5 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Empty my mind
Downbeat 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Time travel
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
HC Treasure
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Silicone chemistry
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Painful dead
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Ungrateful creature
Hardcore 4 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Your secret
IDM 5 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Battery acid
Acid 5 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
This trouble
IDM 5 years
Ndus3alFrequenC
Relativise
IDM 5 years

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