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  1. Hey, Just finished this. This one is filled with dark Sci-fi atmosphere. No real beats or breaks, 38bpm. The name comes from one of the samples I recorded. It's the CV Sync-Out pulse on my synthesizer, but processed to get kind of a big generator sound. Link: http://soundcloud.com/seawasp Cheers!
  2. I'll edit once I'm done, I'm at the second track, so far it's excellent!
  3. Hi! I'm working on mastering my music properly. This was finished very recently. Slower than usual, but I think 124 BPM is a real sweet spot. I found a mellotron VSTi and it served its purpose in this tune. I know it's not really psy or goa, but it's definitely trancy. Time: 7:57 Tempo: 124 http://soundcloud.com/seawasp/seawasp-aztec-solitude Cheers!
  4. Javi - I'm curious what made you think the mixdown was horrible. Sounds fine over here, including the "phazy thing." Overture & Psybro - Been Keeping at it for 5 years strong !
  5. I made this off and on over the course of a few months. Some dark, playful Goa trance. http://soundcloud.com/seawasp/seawasp-crepuscularium Have fun! Hope you dig what you hear!! Cheers, Nimai
  6. It's the second one! Thank you so much!! I need to investigate Solar Quest some more. Fantastic stuff!
  7. This was a track I had a small clip of. Unfortunately, the MP3 CD it was on was completely scratched up. My computer couldn't read the tracklist. Before it had been scratched up, the track that played introed with an ominous pad, some tribal tom drums (with echo/delay), and a piercing mid-octave acid lead with lots of pitch slides. It sounded like it was going to be a high energy track, but the clip ended just after the first drop some 3 minutes in... I hope somebody can at least name me some suggestions... Thanks!
  8. http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3ia3HNzhpk http-~~-//www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRSL7K5y8cg Tom Waits always does it for me. That one gets me too.
  9. I'm still on there. I posted my and my buddy's album flyer there, and I think they took it as spam and deleted it . No label announcement forum there...
  10. Beyond the Subatomic and Solar Power (both by Space Tribe) are tunes I would count in that mix. I was hoping for it to be all amateur tunes, but no bites. I'm working on something that's on a shuffle rhythm right now... Cheers! Ni
  11. There isn't enough psytrance or goa that is done on a shuffle, instead of straight four. A little while ago I was hoping to do a mix of songs on a shuffled rhythm like this. Thought it would have been fun, but there weren't enough takers .
  12. Really fun music mate! Sounds like a nice tight goa trance track!
  13. Heya! Long time no see! I remember hearing your tunes on Trance Addict. I like what I'm hearing here. Especially that drop! Cheers man! Ni
  14. Hey there! I figure I'd post a youtube stream here: This is a fun one. Very old school goa here, a little faster as well. Enjoy! Ni
  15. Lurking Records is proud to announce its first two releases! Seawasp - Channeling The Yeti Seawasp (aka Terence Nathan) is out with his first release featuring Psytrance, D'n'B, and Old-School Goa Trance. He has crafted a trademark sound all his own fusing old school sounds and new school ideals. At times the music crawls down your spine, raising every hair in your body, and at others it sounds content or even playful. "Channeling the Yeti" was born by the chaos and confusion swirling around in his gelatinous grey matter. Samples: Seawasp at Lurking Records Purchase Channeling the Yeti Catalog #: LRCD002 Country: Canada Genre: Psy Trance, Goa, DnB Release Date: May 22, 2010 Running Time: 71:27 Format: Compact Disc AND: Gibbon Quantizer - Anomalon EP Gibbon Quantizer (aka Paul White) is an anomaly. Whether releasing a flurry of hard fast breaks, industrial beats or snarling acid 303s, he is a musical force to be reckoned with. This release is a rhythmic treat and features some of the finest in industrial clang bang Drum'n'Bass, as well as IDM, and Breaks. A man of very few words when it comes to a describing his own stuff, he much prefers to let the music to speak for itself. So why not? Check full (low bit-rate) samples here: Gibbon Quantizer at Lurking Records Purchase Anomalon EP Catalog #: LRCD001 Country: Canada Genre: Electronic DnB Release Date: May 20, 2010 Running Time: 38:20 Format: Compact Disc EP
  16. I'll see your Particles and raise you a Mandalavandalz - Angelic Farticles Oh, and Hux Flux - Tripple Nipple
  17. Elysium check your email! I might be said Wizard! Or else you can talk to mike indidjinus as posted above . Cheers!
  18. Hi, This has taken a while! I'm just dealing with sample usage. The style of the tracks are psychedelic trance, as well as drum'n'bass and breaks. There are old school goa stompers, dark trancers, neurofunkers, and heavy breakers. A Liquorice Allsorts package of material. Tracklist: 1. Channeling the Yeti 2. Send in the Machines 3. Umi 4. Mad Man's Whistle 5. Metatron's Cube 6. Signal Scramble 7. Still in Flux 8. Yeti Again? You can download a sampler here. Each track is played for a few seconds, some longer than others. All very random, but you hear bits and pieces of each song, and where they go. Official release coming soon! Cheers! Nimai For any other information, check either my blogspot blog, or my twisted sessions page.
  19. "Slowly" is really nice actually... I'd prefer this track to their pseudo-rock-ish music.
  20. Wow... All I can honestly say is that my brain hurts after listening to this. Very abstract... Cool man!
  21. Been hard at work churning out some old-school stuff! I'm pretty sure the names really sum up what the tracks convey. Link: http://soundcloud.com/seawasp/ "Barefoot through the forest" has a tribal groove with a nice fat reese for a bassline, ticking in at 140bpm. The kick from the 707 kit is what sealed the deal. The clap sample with delay also really added to it. As for Interdimensional Wormhole, the feel is very moving and flowing. This one ticks in at about 154bpm for you old-schoolers . Cheers! Nimai
  22. Hiya! Long time no post! I cleaned up my twisted sessions page, deleted my back catalog. There are seven new tracks not posted anywhere, plus one old re-master. It feels like I'm tightening my sound and developing my own style... finally. Stuff goes from psy-trance to very psy influenced D'n'B and breaks. Lemme know if you like what you hear! Most recent track is "Line Printer Ribbon Broken." It's a heavy, tight, aggressive D'n'B tune where the silence is what has the most impact. There are a lot of dead silent intervals which add a lot of flavour to the track. http://www.twistedsessions.com/SeaWasp/ Cheers! Nimai
  23. Hi! Really dig the melody nearer the end. Very spacey! The bass really needs an eq, though. Try boosting around the 50hz zone of your bass eq, and cutting a few of the highs. Cheers!
  24. I've had this kicking around for a while. Old-school/minimal. Dark, very weird, borderline chaotic, and a little atmospheric. Lots of reeverb . This sorta brings back some of my older style. Time: 7:49 BPM: 137 Bitrate: 192kbps link Enjoy Nimai
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