Some of the most far out sounds imaginable. Properly tripped out noises, insane rhythms and low slung urban vibes - including presets for NI’s Massive, as well as MIDI patterns and WAV hits.
You just took a pretty surprising amount of LSD a few hours ago, and you’ve decided it’s time to walk down the street and look at all the pretty (weird) people and marvel at how incredible it is that humans have the capacity to create all the unbelievable things of the world. As you’re floating along the pavement, you notice a guy playing some music on his boombox to a small crowd. As you get closer, you begin to absorb some of the most far out sounds imaginable. Properly tripped out noises, insane rhythms and low slung urban vibes. Although slightly weird, the music wraps around you like a perfect warm winter blanket.
You’re pretty much tripping balls (the boombox is releasing colors into the sky with each incredible beat), and you love the sound. It’s mellow, but not mellow. Danceable, but not danceable. Psychedelic, and… yes. It’s trippy.
“What is this?” you ask the man, who’s wearing a thick level of dreadlocks and the friendliest smile you’ve ever seen. He laughs and says ‘This is my Technicolor Boombox. I made the music using sounds found from my friends at Irrupt dot com. I found some incredible content within,” he explains, “including presets for NI’s Massive, as well as MIDI patterns and WAV hits.” You thank him and begin to walk away from the scene. Stopping for a moment, you turn around and glance back to realize the man is no longer there, nor is the boombox. In fact, you’re sitting at home in your studio making music. You should probably drink some orange juice and try to sober up.