on 1:10 when he says "N- I am the god" (and multiple times thru the track, this one is the most clear sounding one), there's this gun-cocking-like effect on games voice. any tutorial on how to make that? if not, how do u think skrillex made it?
Edit: I just figured it's even more clear to hear about 2:13
When you are dealing with a chord progression, then some notes are more important, and stand out more than others. How can you use and change them to make your progression more original and melodic?
In this video I will show probably the most often forgotten technique when it comes to writing a melodic chord progression. And it's a shame because it's really simple to apply and the results are really great.
All examples have Midi pictures, Chords and notes!
I'm thinking specifically of 90s Star Trek, but the sound is used a lot. Ominous string swells as something scary is happening, happy resolved sounds as all problems are wrapped up, busting out some horns when something violent is happening, sounds of wonder and curiosity as we examine the latest temporal anomaly or whatever, subtle background movement just to keep things lively.
Anyone have advice to share on writing this kind of thing? Or links to helpful resources in any form, video, text, etc?