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    So my latest purchase is a Microbrute synth to go with the Volca Bass I acquired a couple of months ago.
    Here's a shortish sample of both of them together. Analog baby!

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/4wpctu1h14...teMix.mp3?dl=0

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    Sounds very 70s brutalist.

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    Once both synths are going, they really bury the drums, but it sounds pretty cool. Works as a demo of your new toys.

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    Sounds like a battle between the drum rhythm and the synths...swing vs straight...that's what SHE said.
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    I thought it was cool. Great strong low end without being too rumbly.

    I was OK with the drum level while the synths were pounding away. The synths are the centerpiece and ought to be out front.

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    Hey guys thanks for checking it out. Yes some tension there with the swing and the straight. I had the drums already recorded for another project so I just made use of them. This thing is festooned with knobs - there's probably a swing button on there somewhere..

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    cool synthetic man. I love vintage synth sounds. Nice work I enjoyed it.
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