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Mel Gibson Dub


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michael2

 Genre: Industrial

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not exactly my finest hour, but this amused me for a little while. I of course listened to the "Mel Gibson rants" audio that was floating around and dragged it into Logic. everything in this track (save the drums and bass) is Mel Gibson. the "guitar" sound is a bit of his voice and some background artifacts timestretched and run through a bunch of effects and filters. this could definitely be mixed better, but had to strike while the iron was hot.I think it sounds better without his voice, but seemed appropriate. how else would you know it's everyones favorite anti-semite Mel Gibson? Tried to disfigure all of the profanity so that it just sounded like noise, so I didn't bother marking this one explicit.
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Lyrics
who wants to eat?
who the f*@k wants to eat?
hooray

f*@k
f*@k
(gibberish that was beyond comprehension)
you'll never be beat
who wants to eat?
f*@k
f*@k
f*@k
f*@k
f*@k
f*@k
Song Stats
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Comments: 15
Fans: 10
Plays: 111
Downloads: 34
Votes: 0
Uploaded: Apr 24, 2012 - 12:54:53 AM
Last Updated: Apr 24, 2012 - 12:54:53 AM Last Played: Apr 03, 2017 - 02:07:50 PM
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Hardware:
macbook, qwerty keyboard
Software:
Logic 9
Comments
SmokeyVW said 1889 days ago (April 24th, 2012)
you know i love stuff like this
great job!

on headphones any way, you can clearly make out what he's shouting. but that's OK, it's rather amusing

thanks
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michael2 said 1888 days ago (April 25th, 2012)
Bill
thanks man. it was late when I mixed it, thought I had obscured it.
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Vic Holman said 1888 days ago (April 24th, 2012)
excitable boy
cool effecting on the vocal clips. plus, some sweet subtle synth here
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michael2 said 1888 days ago (April 25th, 2012)
thanks Vic
all for a momentary laugh on my end. no synth though, all of the pad sounds are Mel.
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kingbee said 1888 days ago (April 25th, 2012)
mad max
If you hadn't said it was Mad Mel I wouldn't have known.
Cool groove and your production is really good
Good stuff
cheers
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michael2 said 1888 days ago (April 25th, 2012)
kingbee
thanks man. hadn't recorded anything in awhile and had to get back up to speed on Logic (it's apparently not like riding a bicycle).
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peterms said 1887 days ago (April 25th, 2012)
sublime dub
Mel is, after all; human!
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michael2 said 1885 days ago (April 27th, 2012)
well
thanks so much.
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aRcTip said 1887 days ago (April 26th, 2012)
Hooray
Cool idea, very well executed imo! I just love that light synth sound in the background, are you telling me that's also his voice?? Processed in exs24? Amazing!
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michael2 said 1885 days ago (April 27th, 2012)
well
it wasn't processed in EXS; I just did it all in the arrange window. ran it through a vocoder and pitched it up really high with some overdrive and heard a snippet of sound I liked, so I cut that snippet out and time stretched it to death: hold down the command key and grab the bottom right corner of any piece of audio and you can drag it as far as you want to; if you do the calculations you can get things to fit in BPM wise that were in another BPM. after that I EQ'ed it and added more distortion, a wah-wah and some delay. that kind of thing may be even more fun than writing songs at the moment.
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magnatone said 1883 days ago (April 29th, 2012)
Mel Gibson Dub
crap! i wrote a comment and apparently forgot to post it. it wasn't too brilliant - just appreciative of the creativity here. oh, and i mentioned that the whole world would probably be better without his voice turned loose on yet another rant - but that being said - you've turned his ugliness into some cool music. well done! (and i'm POSTING this one!)
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billykirsch said 1877 days ago (May 6th, 2012)
chubby dubby
Is there a genre like "Death Dub" for this? Aggression over relaxation: having a hard time to concile them, and that's why I think I like it more. I probably had prefered not to know who's the "vocalist", but without that bit of info, it wouldn't be so provoking. I didn't listen to the original recordings but at least you extracted "pacifist" sentences like "you'll never be beat". It even rhymes with "eat"!
Incredible things you can make in your lab man.

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tmcfate said 1877 days ago (May 6th, 2012)
very
clever.
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Ed Hannifin said 1845 days ago (June 6th, 2012)
Sometimes, Michael...
...I could just sit back and imagine your life...wasp nests...sipping smoothie from sharps containers...staying up late at night turning Mel Gibson rants into music...

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bud said 1717 days ago (October 13th, 2012)
F*@king great idea
love the drums and I hear a melodica in there. Or is that a Mel-odica?

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