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liquidbass - Colliding Planets


unfinished piece of 200 bpm music:

3 rythm tracks with about 70 random breaks using Ableton Lives follow action as featured in the youtube tutorial by MrNedRush.

2 half tempo synth tracks.

1 vocal sample "Come mai" by JenSomeone on ccmixter.

Any feedback more than welcome.





Omyiga [be] - 11 years ago

Maybe a bit too random qua breaks, but besides that pretty cool and original track (:

liquidbass [be] - 11 years ago


Omyiga [be] - 11 years ago

wow, cool tutorial btw
Never really looked into that feature ^^

Skip [be] - 11 years ago

héhé crazy demonstration
(I would personally lower the voice a bit,and also the mid's on the voice)
LiquidB at 200bpm I like :))

liquidbass [be] - 11 years ago

will do that. thanks!

Soring [be] - 11 years ago

nice one!
like your breaks, they don't run over the vocals.
(which is what I always get) :)

liquidbass [be] - 11 years ago

yep... I know... when working with sampled vocals thats always the same issue.

The song is a maquette for a real singer, with own lyrics. These ones were only set up to illustrate.

Thanks for commenting.


alkaloid [be] - 11 years ago

pretty vibe with the vocals.. but instead of using 70 random breaks i would cut 1 in slices of 1/16 notes to extract the kicks,, snares & hihats and create new loops..

Ozkillator [be] - 11 years ago

it's very fast! but the vocals still bring forth a calm song i believe :)

I have to check out that feature! I didn't know about it but def sounds awesome :D

I like :)

liquidbass [be] - 11 years ago


NotAnameYet [be] - 11 years ago

Nice nice, i miss a bit of punch but nice, i like the vocals, u have a nice voice... LOL :)

if u use ableton, try out some beat-repeat effects on ure melodies, i does this alot, works fine :)

(and maybe some variations in the rhytem, some random hiphop beat during the vocals, just make sure that "the hiphop" overtrows ure other beats!

viva la musica

liquidbass [be] - 11 years ago

yes... I'll consider that. thanks! ;)