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Desc:A track by the Kangas Sound guy. I have to admit I completely, unironically love this.
Category:Arts, Horror
Tags:Synthesizer, what, cacaphony, kangasrus
Submitted:Old_Zircon
Date:02/23/15
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That guy
Is there some original version of this? This is extra hard to listen to, as is its cousin:
http://youtu.be/xyX1b5FW8CA
Old_Zircon
I think the original is just her singing, that's on his channel too.

Old_Zircon
That one you found might be submission-worthy itself, but this guy's in a whole other class.

yogarfield
Olive Oyl, you're scaring me.
Scrimmjob
Kind of sounds like something Blectum from Blechdom would do.
Mother_Puncher
He's either just another hack outsider musician who doesn't know what he;s doing or some genius musique concrète artist who knows exactly what he's doing.

He made his own software that only he knows how to use so that might be a point in the latter camp.
Old_Zircon
Seriously, try to wrap your head around the "making of" video for this track that I posted in the comments of the other clip of him:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXT_ljKGnDA

Even downloading the program is a mystery. There are two versions with identical version numbers and file sizes, no description of the difference between them and the navigation on his site is questionable.

Old_Zircon
I love how he uses such a fine detail of control over the harmonic structure of the sounds to get to an end result that's pretty much the banjo sound in the cheap Yamaha keyboard I had when I was 10.

Mother_Puncher
If smart alecs on the internet get a hold of this technology, it will create a bizarre microgenre that lasts a month. Im downloading this.

Old_Zircon
I downloaded it. The QI version works fine, the other one asks me to set up an admin account for a mySQL database and then crashes without installing after I choose a password.

It's completely bewildering but I'm definitely going to try to work through some of the tutorials and at least use it to make some samples.

Old_Zircon
If my eyes don't deceive me, you can define envelopes at least a year long.

Oscar Wildcat
8 bit version of Annie Haslam.

I can see why you like this, Zirc.
infinite zest
It kinda reminds me of Life Without Buildings in a way. The only one I've heard is the kids album

infinite zest
Or Fiery Furnaces actually. That's what it reminds me of.

huene
The 2009 remix with no distorted singing is a bit easier to listen to.
boner
Good find.
Boomer The Dog
This is going on the radio right away, well, the 2009 version. It will make a solid foundation to build on musically. We can also build on the fact that this is animal related.

Boom
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