Reply To: BLEJ Serum Patches + Halogenix Q&A
Tough Q to be honest. I have a very modest training in music dating back to when i was kid so i guess you could say my ear is quite tuned to melody/harmony which makes it hard to articulate the thought process associated with wether i deem something to be in tune or not. If you have a musical mind then you’ll know what i’m talking about. If not, i’d say go and do some music theory basics (chords etc) and learn what notes sit with others. You can then have some real fun playing with the rules and breaking them. Disonnance in my view sounds cool when it’s used as a focal point of a track. I.e. a riff or a very forward in the mix SFX. otherwise it contributes to the bed of the track and it’s hard to lay dissonance on dissonance without it sounds like some GCSE sound design piece.