Freakatone Beats Vol​.​2 - Where's The Drop?

by Ghost Producer

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More Freakatone Beats, ruthless sound system bashers good when combined with other Freakatone elements. Try with Piano etudes or Incantation For 2 voices for example. There is only one Ghost Producer.

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released March 31, 2016

Freakatones Parameters:

1. The rhythm’s tempo is irrelevant, and can change without warning.

2.There is no “drop”, however alluding to one is fine.

3. No overdubs are allowed when producing Freakatone as the key to its power is spontaneity, improvisation and mastering the sound system as an instrument.

4. Freakatone is often Produced with noise and dissonance in mind. Dissonance is important, and frequencies used are primarily rejected from Main Stream Sound Systems, such as streaming.

5 Freakatone cannot be performed without a dancing audience.

6. Noise must be generated within the very sound system used to produce Freakatone, either by feeding back into itself, adding other effect processors to the output of said instrument. Once the noise is revealed, the Producer must not end, but continue on and freak the tone.

About the psycho acoustic properties:

Sound is optimized to work on large sound systems as well as the little speakers on mobile devices. If you play these songs on a mobile device, try placing it in different areas of the house, and slowly move away from the speakers, then listen for the tones (ghosts) that emerge in different areas of the room. You should find up to 25 new ghosts depending on the tune, volume of your system (sometimes quiet will work better) and material and size of the space you are in. Also try listening in a different room entirely, and it works even better. There is only one Ghost Producer.

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