Taking its inspiration from the minimal synth and coldwave genres of the 1980s, Soma Sema exists as the musical collaboration of Clara Hall (voice) and Th. Tot (machines). With interest and experience in working with other forms of music, including pop, drone and noise, Soma Sema seeks to simultaneously transcend and pay homage to the … Continue reading New Track: Soma Sema – Artificial Heart (Nova Spire Remix)
Background When I started making music at a very young age I had no real idea how music was created. I started around 13 years of age. I gradually learned my way around. Picked up some piano lessons. I learned a lot of classical piano material but I wondered how this was going to help … Continue reading How To Use The Circle Of Fifths For Electronica Music
These are some my tips that I commonly use in my workflow that always boost my workflow. It makes everything flow smoother. A lot of these come down to shortcuts and other tools. Some of these bits of advice can be found on different DAW but you will have to discover your specific DAW. I've … Continue reading How to Improve Your Music Making Workflow In FL Studio
The tape stop effect is very common in electronic music and pop today. The way I hear it in music, it can be used to add fun, and a sense of drama to a track. As if it to say, the track has stopped - no it hasn't. And it continues. There are multiple ways you can reproduce a tape stop effect on fl studio you can use a tape stop effect in fl studio in multiple ways.
Acidchains Acidchains is a pseudonym. Acidchains is 21st Century Rave-pop music. I started of writing under the alias Acidchains title around Spring 2014 and I had more than 50 tracks set. I uploaded a bunch of tracks on acidchains soundcloud. Originally, I didn't want to share anyone. I requested genuine feedback from the public and not from people I know. I wanted to keep it to myself. But I decided to share it anyway.
Klomb II (2015) - New Release Now Available - Electronica, Ethnic/Fusion, Industrial https://novaspire.bandcamp.com/album/klomb-ii Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oULTuAvfbOI Finally. Now Announcing. I will be releasing my second and final installment as Klomb June 24th. Where I think the first one has feminine qualities to it, this one will be a definite more physical, and masculine. I believe it to … Continue reading Klomb II (2015) – New Release Now Available – Electronica, Ethnic/Fusion, Industrial
Process Here I'll lay down my thought process of how I create a song. The whole project took approximately 2 hours. I work on it with tunnel vision. I wrote this track while I was fasting on a Sunday morning, I didn't eat until I finished the track. I mixed all the music when I … Continue reading How I Write And Layer My Tracks For Trap Electronic Music (Neo-Tokyo Themed Track)
1. THOU SHALL CREATE THY OWN SYNTHESIZER PATCHES AND SOUNDS 2. THOU SHALL NOT USE VENGEANCE SOUND PACKS 3. THOU SHALL HONOR YOUR MIDI CONTROLLER AND DAW. AND KNOW IT LIKE THE BACK OF YOUR HAND 4. THOU SHALL NOT HAVE DIGITAL CLIPPING AND ARTIFICATS 5. THOU SHALL NOT COVET A BETTER PRODUCERS SKILL. RESPECT … Continue reading 10 Commandments Of The Electronic Music Producer
Lately I've been doing a lot of sound design. Instead of simply doing synthesizer presets I've decided to also to create multi-format kits in addition to patches. Thus far, I have 3 folders and they are shaping up to be pretty interesting titles. One of them is just sound effects, swells, warbles, sweeps, transition effects, … Continue reading Designing Sounds For Electronic Music Production
These are some of the titles I have in my personal NI Massive Synthesizer Folder. Just a slice of the wild things happening at Nova Spire cosmic studios. These patches were inspired by several artists such as: AFX (Aphex Twin), Juno Reactor, Encephalon, Skinny Puppy, Hans Zimmer, Trent Reznor, Delia Derbyshire, Deadmau5 and Many More! I even threw … Continue reading Creating A Massive Synthesizer Patch Collection
People who create electronic music usually don't creates patches for there synthesizers. At least, that's what I have noticed as of late. I think in part it is a matter of the over saturation of edm, again. But It can also be a time consuming affair, it can be a challenge to learn, yet an … Continue reading On Patching Your Own Synthesizer Sounds