Aetheris was born a few years ago as the Nemesis of your analog melancholy...  the master of your nightmares (on a digital way).

                      (or something like that)

E-vil w/drums

February 19th, 2008 + 2:02 PM  ·  aetheris

... and something more.

This is Keplie's "E-vil comes".  I just added drums, some bass line and other small things.  It's here mostly for her, cause it's only a suggestion but if you like it or have something to say, feel free to comment.

Oh, and if you don't like it Kelpie I'll delete it inmediatly :P

EDIT: here's the link to the original Kelpie's song:


January 8th, 2008 + 3:01 PM  ·  aetheris

This is a little experiment with DnB i've just finished.  I spent a lot of time on mixing an mastering this track, and i think that even with the mp3 compression it sounds good. What do you think?

What's your favourite tempo?

September 12th, 2007 + 12:09 AM  ·  aetheris

Does the average tempo of your songs is a reflection of your life's rythm or is it the other way around?

Most of my songs are built on 100-150 bmp tempo... I know it's a pretty wide range, and so does my life works, with a lot of ups and downs (high ups and deep downs...)

So, wich are your best choices on tempo?

  sorry for this post... it's late and I'm tired. 

Pre-made loops?

August 21st, 2007 + 2:08 AM  ·  aetheris

Hey, it's 1:30 in the morning here in Mexico and in order to keep away the demons that are wainting for me in my dreams, i came up with the idea of this thread.  So, I was talking to JimK about the importance of making your own loops instead of downloading the already made loops and cut, copy, paste and add fills, etc.  For him, there's a really creative effort needed to construct a drum track based on pre-made loops, and of course that's something obvious for anyone who tried it.  However I've found that by downloading (and getting from cd's) single samples I can give to my tunes a more personal sound, plus the fact that having to start from scratch with the drums gives me a better understanding of the rythm I'm working with and the accents needed to improve the overall sound.  That's obviously important for me as my music is at the end basically about the percussions, but I don't know how relevant it is for other genres and styles.  So I'd like to know wich members do make their own loops and wich ones use loops made by others, and how do you feel about that choice in both cases. 
I think there are just a few bands around the amp this days and therefore most of us have to invent ways to sound like one... or not...

Green sofa

July 13th, 2007 + 2:07 AM  ·  aetheris

Dark mood piece I came up with in two hours.  Have a listen.

And thanks for your reviews.

P.S.: ask Micosis ( about the title.
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