I began messing with other peoples music about a year ago. In a sense of reversing tracks, listening for sentences, and just studying sound both
forward, and backwards.
Soon after, I wondered what it would sound like if I meshed tracks together, after editing them. Anyway, if you're into psychopathic records, you
might appreciate this link.
I think it's a pretty cool idea my step dad helped me think up. Although, it's not complicated, the results are trippy at times, and fun to listen
to. I'm pretty sure I'm the first to do this. I haven't found evidence of it anywhere else. It's not chopping and screwing, on the contrary, it's
much different. I call it, "Mirrortwisting". I have a few different ones uploaded to you-tube, and they all consist of three songs, back to back.
I know I'm going to get some hateful post, as I always do, so I'm expecting it. Although, if I don't get any hateful post/replies to this thread,
then maybe this statement had something to do with the lack of hateful replies, but if I do, I don't care. I'll just laugh it off.
If there are children present, you might want to remove them from the room for a moment. I've had even grown women refuse to listen to the entire
track due to the fear it instilled in them. Anyway, If you like horrorcore rap, or horror movies even, you might like this. Just thought I would share
what others seem to enjoy. Godspeed.
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