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Spiritual Carnage

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About Spiritual Carnage

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  • Birthday 08/24/1980

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  1. Year was 1996 and the track that got me hooked was Unconscious Collective - "Fluorostani Transcendance". Still one the best tracks ever. Before that I got into electronic music by Prodigy which I was hooked on for a period (I used to go to a record store to listen to "Out of Space" many times until I had the money to buy the cd) but they basically my entry to electronic music and they weren't all that interesting anymore when I discovered Flourostani Transcendance. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wD7-xhPHmgA To be honest I rarely listen to goa anymore. When I do it's mostly Sundog -
  2. I think this is a question of whether you think of Psychopod as the "Dreampod/Psychopod" single or their "Headlines" EP. While their Dreampod single is somwhat complex, it's also pretty straight forward, melodic and can be percieved as "poppy" easy-listening. Headlines on the other hand is anything but, very complex and probably their least (including Koxbox) accessible and least immediately enjoyable release; it takes a lot of listenings to really appreciate it and find out how brilliant it is (at least to my experience). In my opinion both sides of Psychod are truly brilliant and on par with
  3. Most unique? Easy one: Sundog - Touch the Sun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuqPXBNciqM Never fail to give me goose bumps Play it loud
  4. Endnu en dansker og så er du til Mayhem :) stort plus i min bog! Måske kender vi allerede hinanden?

    /Adam

  5. This has got to be the best Pleiadians track (or at least in top3). Amazing!
  6. Just got a bunch of oldschool stuff. Here goes: Various - The Wizardry Of Oz (Cd Transient Records 1997) http://www.discogs.com/Various-The-Wizardry-Of-Oz/release/340190 Various - Second Flight: Turbulence (CD Flying Rhino Records 1998) http://www.discogs.com/Various-Second-Flight-Turbulence/release/33084 Mystery Of The Yeti - The Mystery Of The Yeti(CD TIP Records 1996) http://www.discogs.com/Mystery-Of-The-Yeti-The-Mystery-Of-The-Yeti/release/90964 Etnica - The Juggeling Alchemists Under The Black Light (2xLP High Society 1995) http://www.discogs.com/Etnica-The-Ju
  7. I've just listened to the album for the first time and so far I really like it. It's very good. ...Which is more than I can say about any other goa release I've heard from after 1998...
  8. I dunno about hiphop but my favorite reverb for vocals is for sure this And it's free Lots of reverbs are good at creating realistic acoustic spaces which often sound very cold. It's harder to find a "warm" reverb which are usually the nicest for vocals imo but this one is pretty satisfying. Here's a good setting for that rev (at least for my voice): Size ~20%, Brite ~65%, Wide ~50%, Mix ~40%, Noise ~0, Grain ~10%
  9. 0.35-4.50 is awesome. Love it. As you can tell I could do without melodic parts; the lovely evolving darkness is strong enough to carry the whole track. The melodic parts are not bad in anyway but belongs to another track imo
  10. Sounds like you could do with some fm and some organic/ethnic sound generation. I'm not an expert in softsynths but these guys make some very interesting ones to check out: DashSignature (If nothing else, I must recommend their FREE daHornet synth as a must have. Especially for fat bass sounds. It's very simple but its core sound is up there among the best nonfree softsynths.)
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