Monday, September 14, 2009

Matt Shogi - Ballad Of The Prince

Some crazy LSDJ antics. I used to think that LSDJ was a program that didn't produce a "normal" sound. Like it was capable of enough variety so as to be undetectable based on the music alone. You know how the Korg DS-10 songs always sound a bit similar? Or Nanoloop, that's another pretty easy one to tell. But the more I listen to tracks made with LSDJ, the more I realize that the people that are good at making music with that program have an affinity for abusing arpeggios, making crazy tough noises and basically just kicking out a bunch of thrashing music. LSDJ: The Gibson SG of Chiptunes

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