Wobbling Caprice - A electronic take on a classical song
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Francisco Tarrega is the guy who inspired me to make music in the first place. The emotion and tension of some of his pieces are absolutely chilling. So I decided to take something that he composed, and to completely butcher it with synthesizers and wobbles.
Warning: Don't listen to this if you don't like amateur producers fucking up things that were already good to begin with.
By the way, this is still technically a WIP. I need to fuck with the LFO for the first wobble sound. I also need advice on mixing this shit so it sounds better. It seems like that second wobble sound wants to come in and out of the mix at certain spots, and I can't quite see why. Also, other things, but anyone with a good ear can probably hear them without me explaining it.
Should I keep doing this? I felt like this is one of the most successful projects I've ever done, since the original piece is inspiring enough to keep me working. I might try and make a hardstyle cover of a classical song, or a house version. The problem is finding pieces that were written in 4/4 or a variant of 4/4, since I have no idea how to write 3/4 electronic music.
I think it's really good
I did like it aswell, really enjoyed the intro. But after 2:35 I think the melody got too happy.
[QUOTE=PhaZe!;35381914]I did like it aswell, really enjoyed the intro. But after 2:35 I think the melody got too happy.[/QUOTE]
The key change from minor to major happens in the original piece, so it felt wrong not to include it.
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