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Demonic Sweaters 333 Early Preview Exclusive Stream Full New Album Now!

Stream the new Demonic Sweaters full length album right now for free above. The album releases on 8/14/2021. Preorder it now on bandcamp at 333 | Demonic Sweaters | Anthill Recordings (bandcamp.com) or pre-save it on Spotify/Apple at 333 by Demonic Sweaters – DistroKid.

Get ready for a wild ride.

Wikipedia defines Cyberpunk as “Cyberpunk is a subgenre of science fiction in a dystopian futuristic setting that tends to focus on a “combination of lowlife and high tech” featuring advanced technological and scientific achievements, such as artificial intelligence and cybernetics, juxtaposed with a degree of breakdown or radical change in the social order.”

People were writing this stuff in the 1970s and 80s, but now we’re living in this world in reality. There is no more relevant time that Cyberpunk music should exist. So what does Cyberpunk music sound like? In my opinion, exactly like the music on 333. It’s buzzing and electric, high energy, at times chaotic, but framed in a feeling of technological intelligence which provides a sense of security.
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releases August 14, 2021

Demonic Sweaters – Everything
Stuff used:
Roland TD-6 and TD-27 Modules, Tama Club-Jam A2E kit, ddrum Red Shots, home made drum triggers, Behringer Crave Synthesizer, Behringer, TD-3 Bass Synth, Korg DS-8, UVI Emulation One, UVI Digital Synsations, Waves SSL Plugin Suite, Electric Guitars and Basses, Visic Technologies SmartWav2, Ableton Live 11, Reaper, Audacity, stuff I forgot, coffee, lots and lots of coffee.

Free Cyberpunk 8 Bit Drums Sample Set for SmartWav 2 or Anything

What you’re hearing above is the 8 bit drum sample set I created from my old Tama Imperialstar drum set. I did various things to the different samples to create something I think sounds pretty cool and very ‘Cyberpunk’. All the samples are 8 bit mono samples, and the samples are named to work with the SmartWav 2 + MIDI adapter by Vizic Technologies. They could also be used in just about anything, just need to use the guide below to know what samples are what.

046 = Open hi hat
036 = kick
038 = Snare
050 = tom 1
042 = Closed Hi Hat
041 = tom 4
044 = hi hat pedal
048 = tom 2
045 = tom 3
053 = ride
049 = crash 3
055 = crash 2
051 = crash 1

Download the sample pack here. 

 

 

Helicopter Cop (Cyberpunk) (Drum Playthrough)

A high energy track in 7/4. I started this one with no real idea of where it would go, but then it really took on a life of it’s own! Cyberpunk Math Chiptune? I have no idea, but I think it came out pretty nifty.
The entire song and video were produced, recorded and edited in Ubuntu Linux 16.04. I made the main sequences in LMMS, then exported the stems to Mixbus 3.6. I recorded the drums into Mixbus using my Alesis IO4 along with the built-in audio interface on my core2 duo macbook using the jack audio connection kit giving me a total of 6 inputs! Though I only used 5 because my micro mixer has a mono output. So I just put both toms on one channel then panned them in post. I edited the video in Kdenlive.

Drums used:

2015 Tama Imperialstar Bob Kit Hairline Blue finish
Gibraltar floating tom mount system
Tama Iron Cobra hi hat stand (main hats)
Vintage Olympic hi hat stand (trash hats)
Ludwig flat base straight stands (crashes)
PDP boom stand (ride)
Vintage Nuvader Nickel Silver 15″ Hi Hats
Meinl HCS 8″ Bell
Kasza 17″ Dirty Bell crash cymbal
Vintage NuVader 22″ ride cymbal (Nickel Silver)
Meinl HCS 16″ Trash Crash / Generic 16″ brass crash bottom (trash hats)
Vintage Camber 18″ Crash Cymbal (Brass)
Aquarian Studio X on tom batters
Tama single ply clear tom resonants
Aquarian Studio X Dot on snare batter
Tama thin clear snare resonant
Aquarian Response 2 Coated kick batter
Remo Vintage Emperor w/ Kickport 2 on kick resonant
DW 6000 kick pedal
Vintage flat base Slingerland snare stand
Vintage MIJ canister throne

For more stuff like this, click the YouTube link in the header above