To be fair, some of the channels are just for sound effects. Like how there is a channel only for the organ sting at 4:34, or a channel just for a drum fill. The effect at 4:40 took two channels, 2 channels just for the clap and click sound at the fade out, 2 channels for the brief Morse code moment, etc. So a lot of those little things perhaps added up, and the middle part also had mostly different instrumentation like the pads and such.
also, that robotic voice sounds like it's saying yeaitgh. (If blueface was a robot)
awh mun, mi ment tou spel et "uw", "en", und "lern". Sury. mi fele soe dub broe... fr tho this is really good man, and for fuck sake 44 audio channels!!!!???!?!?!? the most i've had in one song is prob like 12. lmao(prob less but lets just say 12 k)
@NOAH-ALEXANDER You spelt "uh", "in", and "learn" correctly. How could you?
uh acordin too mi caculations u speled funktin rong in de titel. u ar verrry verrry dum dood, learn huw too spel.
@INFINITE I mostly listen to F-777 (I about only listened to F-777 for around 5 years after discovering him in 2010) and MDK, and maybe sometimes to seldomly EnV, xtrullor, waterflame, or boomkitty, or when I had a synthwave phase I would listen to Absolute Valentine, Droid Bishop, and Turbo Knight, and for an existential/meditative fix, I would listen to c418 (responsible for minecraft soundtrack) or Jake Chudnow (responsible for a lot of the music Vsauce uses).
me feedback of your feedback to my feedback is... fix the fact that you dont listen to colbreakz or Tokyo Machine.
~Keylime Pie 2018
...Colbreakz, I can recognize their names, but having only listened to each about 2 or so times, I can't actually recall how their music sounded, so any resemblance was not intentional. I appreciate the feedback nonetheless and I don't mind the comments. I don't see it as harmful spam or anything, so I don't feel any need to delete them (I even like to keep my soundation notifications because I like how it is presented on the side like a timeline and not some pesky red bubble/tag with a number). Woo, was this a lengthy response.
...chords should be prominent and sustained. Had to reestablish a beat to add buildup and revert back to single chord structure to connect to the main part of song. 3:29 is just a reiteration of 1:10 and the following part a reprise of the other's following part, but with a reorganization of how parts enter, with the addition of extra ornaments. With regards to clipping, I remember soundation used to have a nice little visualizer thingy next to the tempo/time signature that made clipping easy to gauge and idk what happened to it. I'm not an avid nor regular listener of Tokyo Machine and...