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[TRAP] BrokinPaper - D€ADA$$
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Hello everybody, new to the forum. I go by BrokinPaper and I've been producing for a while now. I made this track fairly recently, inspired by my experiences as a rising artist in New York City. It's a cut-throat city when it comes to the entertainment industry; everyone kind of does the same thing, hustles the same way... It's oddly unifying and is one of the reasons why I love NYC.

Thank you for taking the time to listen I appreciate you <3 B.P.

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It's a very various music style, that's a good point, but I wouldn't listen to it everyday, it rape my ears, lol
That's a good track anyway, I think you've worked hard on it, isn't it?
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<QUOTE author="Death Gun" post_id="3543" time="1533771440" user_id="688">
Death Gun post_id=3543 time=1533771440 user_id=688 Wrote:It's a very various music style, that's a good point, but I wouldn't listen to it everyday, it rape my ears, lol
That's a good track anyway, I think you've worked hard on it, isn't it?
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Thank you for listening! Sorry for the <I>ear rape</I>. I love my music to be complex but at the same time, together... somewhat of an "organized chaos", if you will. I have spent about 46 hours on this one according to FL Studio.
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Hey, welcome to the forum! I dig your inspiration, it usually intrigues me to hear an artist's actual inspiration. So you've labeled this as trap, and I might be ignorant to the electronic music side of things, but this to me sounds very similar to dubstep. Isn't there something called Trapstep? I was going to ask, as a producer what is your intention for this song, thinking there might be a rapper on it. That was before I heard it though.
The sound effects in the beginning make me think of New York litter on the ground, with your context. There is this drum part that feels...attacking. I think it's what Death Gun referred to as ear rape haha. I don't dislike it, I think it's a cool pattern because of everything that simultaneously plays.
There is this horn sample I hear at 0:26, what is that? VST? Actual sample?
This drum attack section reminds me of some DnB, and kind of makes me think of an action scene or something. You said you like creating complexities in your music, and controlled chaos. I can dig that, and I respect it. However I think in the section near the end where the horns play along everything else there are times in the pattern where it sounds unpleasantly dissonant to me. Really I'm not even sure if it's a dissonant interval being played or what, but I think there's a bit too much here. I'd say there is a good amount of variation as well as familiarity in the song, so the structure is good. I'm not so sure about the mix, from my general impression everything sounds fine, I haven't really dug into it.
This isn't my style of music by any means, thank you for sharing though! And again, welcome. Smile
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<QUOTE author="brokinpaper" post_id="3582" time="1533787751" user_id="804">
brokinpaper post_id=3582 time=1533787751 user_id=804 Wrote:<QUOTE author="Death Gun" post_id="3543" time="1533771440" user_id="688">
Death Gun post_id=3543 time=1533771440 user_id=688 Wrote:It's a very various music style, that's a good point, but I wouldn't listen to it everyday, it rape my ears, lol
That's a good track anyway, I think you've worked hard on it, isn't it?
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Thank you for listening! Sorry for the <I>ear rape</I>. I love my music to be complex but at the same time, together... somewhat of an "organized chaos", if you will. I have spent about 46 hours on this one according to FL Studio.
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It's a really good "organized chaos" and don't worry for the ear rape lol, that's nothing
I've noticed that your music is really simple to remind, then you have it in the head : That's a great point for me
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<QUOTE author="Gravaged" post_id="3585" time="1533788822" user_id="583">
Gravaged post_id=3585 time=1533788822 user_id=583 Wrote:Hey, welcome to the forum! I dig your inspiration, it usually intrigues me to hear an artist's actual inspiration...
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In terms of genres go, I really am not sure as to what my genre is. I take inspiration from many artists, primarily more well-known EDM trap producer RL Grime (that's where I take my 'trap' influences from), lesser-known jazz percussionist Shigeto, and kind-of-well-known producer Mr. Carmack. I really enjoy analog sounds and additive synthesis (in some of my unreleased projects I have used more saws and squares and it sounds very vaporwave...). I've asked my friends what they think "BrokinPaper" is and they've said that my music is very abstract, not really fitting to any one genre. I appreciate this fact and do not wish to conform to any one 'genre', but instead have my music be a voice for myself and show the various inspirations that I've taken from artists that I enjoy listening to.

The biggest inspiration for this track, however was "transformation". As the second drop is very different from the first, being smoother and slightly lighter with the introduction of the chords, I wanted it to feel as if the listener has 'progressed' through the song and thus transforming.

To answer your questions, and break down the track a little bit:

0:00 from the very beginning of the track, I actually recorded myself shaking my desktop pencil cup and pitching it down / adding reverb to it to make this sort of 'shaker'. I like recording my own sounds and using them in my music because that way I know that these sounds have never been heard before <I>(the sounds may be similar, but not exactly the same)</I>, and in today's music industry I believe that making music unique is important.

0:26 I'm going to assume you're asking about that growl that goes like "brrrwAAOOOW" (haha). That's a growl I made in Serum. I make all of my synths from scratch. Any sounds you hear that are real instruments (such as brass or the vocal cuts) are samples that I did not make myself.

The drums starting at this same time are very powerful, yes. One of my favorite musicians by the name of Shigeto is a jazz percussionist, meaning a lot of his music is driven actually by the drums first, and I chose to do the same in this section. The percussion is definitely what moves this build up forward.

In my honest opinion, I don't think that this track is mastered as well as it could be. There's just a lot of stuff happening in here that I will have to hear over time, listening to it either in the car or just on my own... but I was lucky enough to finish it before a show that I did this past weekend, and people seemed to enjoy it. I've made some edits over the course of it being uploaded, which I have included in the song's description on SoundCloud.

I thank you for taking the time to listen, and if you have any questions about how I produced a certain section, just lmk and I'd be glad to answer.
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