Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Cool Burial Interview

And while we're on the topic of dubstep, check out this interview with critic's darlings Burial. It's a couple years old, but it was new to me, so I'm guessing at least some of you probably missed it too. In it, he talks about how he puts together tracks and I can't imagine working that way (won't spoil it for you other than to say it explains the loose timing of his tracks).


Wi_ngo said...

That album is not really to my taste, but I was always curious how he managed those 'stilted' grooves. Makes sense. I'm always trying to make sequencers not sound sequenced.

Darren Halm said...

Wow thats impressive. My buddy used to make tunes on the old Soundedit 16 program for Mac. There was a great sloppiness in the groove when you have no grid to anchor things