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  1. RIP any tiny shreds of workplace productivity I still have in me.
  2. @chris on the moon I'd probably be trying a couple of sines an octave apart plus a saw for a little bit of buzz. Little bit of chorus too maybe? Alternatively you could look for a Farfisa preset, should be able to find something similar.
  3. No worries, really appreciate you trying anyway! Thanks man.
  4. About £15 or so I reckon. Thanks mate!
  5. Yes please! Would love to take that if it's not too much of a pain in the bum for you.
  6. I'm not 100% sure mine is either tbh, but it felt like these four tracks worked pretty well together and I was sick of endlessly tampering with the mixes, so thought this would force me to start on something new.
  7. Apologies for the cross post, but thought I might as well post it in here as well as the ambient thread in Music. I've just released a short (free) EP on bandcamp of cinematic spacey ambient synth stuff if anyone is interested. You can find it here: https://exitchamber.bandcamp.com/album/exit-chamber.
  8. I just released a (free) ambient synth EP on bandcamp if anyone is interested in checking it out. https://exitchamber.bandcamp.com/album/exit-chamber
  9. Blunted

    Nintendo Switch

    The correct answer is clearly Lapis X Labyrinth. It's like having rainbows jammed in your eyepipes.
  10. Hah I'm there just now too and alternating between failing miserably against the chuckle brothers and getting murderfied whenever I try and summon help.
  11. Mostly on headphones while on public transport, when I'm trying to block out office noise and focus on work or in bed at night in the dark. The last one is my favourite. I find myself listening to a lot more now, it helps keep me calm.
  12. Got a new toy in the post this morning, a Meris Polymoon. Only had a quick play with it, but very pleased so far. Easily turns a basic arpeggio into something much more interesting. The panning phaser is particularly excellent.
  13. I totally get where you're coming from and think it is a good thing in general that they are trying to offer a safer platform for people of all ages to use, I'm just amused by the standard issue American hypocrisy that the youths can't be allowed to see a bare shoulder or an ankle while watching someone stream Man Shooter 7: The Shootening or Scary Monster Stabber 2019.
  14. Weird, it doesn't seem to want to link properly. https://soundcloud.com/exitchamber/hohmann-transfer
  15. Totes. I spent the first half hour or so thinking "I don't know if I can cope with these controls anymore" but as soon as I was over that it really is just as magnificent as the first time round.
  16. Quite pleased with this week's track. More space ambient, inspired by some Wikipedia reading I was doing this week. The only thing I'm not happy with is there seems to be some sort of panning weirdness on the bass when it should be right in the middle. One positive about weekly music for me has been that it's finally made me start thinking about mixing and mastering. I've always been very lazy on that front, now I'm trying to do some tweaking at the end to improve the overall sound.
  17. Aye, 1991 was the last one iirc. I'm assuming that will be going on at the same time as the main plot again.
  18. No sexiness while massive violence is being streamed. Classic America, 10/10.
  19. I decided to go for it instead of Disgaea and yes, all the colours is 1000% accurate.
  20. Thanks man! How are you getting on with the Matrixbrute?
  21. Never played any Disgaea, is 5 suitable for someone new to the series?
  22. I'm a wee bit further than you, just did the house siege with Luis, but I haven't played it since completing it on the GameCube and I've managed to forget loads of it. It's bloody brilliant.
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