Holy Bot

Bedroom music production, gaming and random shit


May 2016

Here’s something.


What’s On PlayStation?


My year with the PS4 so far. Currently I’m playing Dark Souls III, Uncharted 4 and last year’s Metal Gear Solid V, which to me is a bit disappointing. The other two games, well, let’s just say that they are perfect.

I’ve “finished” Fallout 4, and seen two out of four endings. In short, Fallout 4, is just (much) more Fallout, but not in a good way, like Uncharted 4 or Dark Souls III.

The Division was alright up to a point, the end game (read: multiplayer) became boring and I’m not really into grinding for better loot and gear, I think I like match-based multiplayers more.

I’m looking forward to Battlefield 1, which should be the best multiplayer ever made.

And let’s hope the rumored PlayStation NEO 4K/PlayStation 4.5 or whatever it’s going to be called will be great. 

No Reason to Go Back


I’ve started making electronic music on the Amiga 500 using music trackers many, many years ago.

I then got a PC and used several shady Cubase versions. After that, I got a Mac and started using Logic for a while. At that time FruityLoops was weak and Reason’s sequencer wasn’t in a good place. But then something happened – Reason 6.5 introduced rack extensions and shit. And then came version 7, and I though it was the greatest. Everything was fine –  for a short while. When Propellerhead released version 8, focus had shifted to the surface, and community building seemed to be the new black. So I switched to Ableton Live.

Reason 9 just revealed. It adds pitch edit, scales and chords, note echo and dual arpeggio. What do guys think? Well, I for one, am not going back.

In theory, the vocals and the Romanian minor scale, time signature and tempo are all off, but somehow they kind of fit.

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