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“I started out with a ton of echo and reverb on the vocals, but it sounded supremely boring to me, so I was curious how they’d sound dry in the arrangements and got rid of most of the wetness… Read the rest of this entry »
Hailing from London, Burial, the most creative dub-step whiz around, hasn’t really done a lot since his high-profile enrolment onto the music scene in 2006 with his self-titled début album and the 2007 follow up Forgive. Both albums remarkably appearing in many critics’ “Best of…” lists for their year.
He likes to incorporate aspects of 2-step and resourceful samples into his music, taken from unlikely places as far-flung as the Metal Gear Solid video game, allegedly. He also claims to write all his music in the digital audio editor SoundForge, and to eschew the use of trackers and sequencers.