Morten
Morten Breum (born in Aarhus in 1982) is a Danish DJ and producer, currently living in Los Angeles, USA. He started as a teaching assistant in Amaliegården, Beder, Denmark. In 2008, he became known for remixing "Højere vildere (skru op for den bitch)" that was a collaboration of Rune RK and Morten Breum featuring the Danish duo Nik & Jay. This single collected a number of awards to this year's distribution of Danish Deejay Awards. In 2009, he released his album Drop! followed by Nightclub Session in 2010.
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Morten
Morten Breum (born in Aarhus in 1982) is a Danish DJ and producer, currently living in Los Angeles, USA. He started as a teaching assistant in Amaliegården, Beder, Denmark. In 2008, he became known for remixing "Højere vildere (skru op for den bitch)" that was a collaboration of Rune RK and Morten Breum featuring the Danish duo Nik & Jay. This single collected a number of awards to this year's distribution of Danish Deejay Awards. In 2009, he released his album Drop! followed by Nightclub Session in 2010.
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CTRL+ALT+DELGADO
CTRL+ALT+DELGADO: Dramatic and noisy drum and bass music soundtracking the Cyber Threat Resistance League finding Delgado at the heart of Big Crypto's blockchain prison The Labyrinth, and his chaotic and unpredictable escape from there, fighting bugs and running for freedom! -- 🔊 Stream this on other sites: hyperfollow.com/moule/ctrlaltdelgado 👕 CTRL+ALT+DELGADO Merch: www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/158295636 🎥 CTRL+ALT+DELGADO Cover Art Timelapse: yewtu.be/watch?v=T657cW57Be8 🦨 Read Melody's posts about CTRL+ALT+DELGADO here: mastodon.moule.world/@Melody/112439989064417641 -- I'm excited to share CTRL+ALT+DELGADO: dramatic and noisy electronic music soundtracking the Cyber Threat Resistance League finding Delgado at the heart of Big Crypto's blockchain prison The Labyrinth, and his chaotic and unpredictable escape from there, fighting bugs and running for freedom! -- This track started off from scratch and was very tricky to make without direction. I started by reversing the ending of my track Reality Collapse (moule.bandcamp.com/track/reality-collapse), lowered its pitch, added reverb, and made it loop. Then I added what sounded to me like creepy numbers station bleep bloops by typing "DELGADO" in Logic Pro's Musical Typing keyboard, editing the output. -- Next up I added glass smashing effects and creepy monster noises, and after much self-deliberation quickly abandoned the "audio-drama-only" vibe I was going for in favour of drum and bass music with rapid-fire snares and beats. Some extratone blast beats also feature, but they were heavily reverted and covered with last-minute beats I added. -- It was a pain in the ass to get this track's volume, EQing, and mastering correct, as I was working with broken headphones and recorded the different parts at different volumes. -- As for inspiration, someone posted this humorous video (yewtu.be/watch?v=oV0eeRdZS10) on the Fediverse about Mark Zuckerberg escaping containment, which had the track "Second Warning" from the Lobotomy Corporation OST (yewtu.be/watch?v=pe3h62MrlPE) playing in it. The theme of that video coupled with the short snippet of music in it inspired the rapid-fire snares and beats of CTRL+ALT+DELGADO, though I listened to the full version of Second Warning afterwards and it sounded like that version also soundtracks Delgado's escape from The Labyrinth much better than CTRL+ALT+DELGADO itself. -- Let me know what you think on the Fediverse at MASTODON.MOULE.WORLD/@MOULE (or copy and paste @[email protected] into your own instance's search bar), or visit MOULE.WORLD for all MOULE links! more
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