It has finally happened! After years of abusing pony musicians in this crazy fandom we call home, AudioWave Dasher has finally been blown the fuck out by another musician who decided he would give him a taste of his own medicine. And it sounds absolutely glorious!
For those not in the loop about who AudioWave Dasher aka Ben Jackson is, he is a 40-some-odd year old man has a long history of trying to peddle his music to various brony internet radio stations and other musicians in the fandom, and then hurling verbal abuse at them when they find out his songs sound like absolute horse shit. Any criticism he receives on his various social media platforms, even if well intentioned, such as advice on how to make his tone sound better, are met with responses such as the critic not being a true musician, that they don't know what they're talking about, etc. Or, if the critic is indeed a musician, he will often lambast them for making "nothing but shitty electronic music like 99% of the fandom does," lamenting the fact that in his point of view, there are no true musicians in the My Little Pony fandom that makes songs on a good old guitar, drums, and bass.
Then Stallionsslaughter entered the picture, first making one of his "The Slaughtering" videos on AudioWave Dasher, in which he breaks down his "hit" song "Fly Into The Night," and generally gives him some good advice on how he can produce his songs to have a much better sound and be more pleasing to the audience he's been desperately trying to reach - and then yelling at them later, because nothing convinces people to support you by shouting insults at them. It's like we've seen this kind of behavior and the subsequent results before
Of course, AW-D couldn't leave well enough alone, and was visibly upset at the above video, and was reported to have thrown an angry hissy-fit on Facebook about it, apparently threatening to lawyer up on counts of slander or libel, whichever he thinks is applicable. This then led to Stallionsslaughter
making a glorious deathcore song based on the comments that AudioWave Dasher has dished out to anyone and every one who might have had a negative opinion or some form of criticism on his music.
And as if right on cue, AudioWave Dasher had his own response.
If only AudioWave Dasher will just learn that while he can play a guitar, he needs to learn some humility and accept that just because people don't like the sound of his music and offer advice on how to improve it, they aren't "non-musicians" or "shitty electronic music creators on Mom's $200 laptop."