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ReniuR 06-21-2002 12:47 AM

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eon sol, I'm very impressed!

It really reminds me of older Front Line Assembly (just our kinda stuff) I'm gonna make my studio partners hear this too.

The only thing I can think of to suggest is (and you may already be doing this, but) mix at loud volume levels. If you mix really loud, the balance comes out more accurately (it took us a while to figure that one out). You DEFINATELY have the right idea!

Datus 06-24-2002 10:33 PM

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Hey we just finished up this stuff. Please take the time to check it out. Post here what you think.



Roy Howell 06-25-2002 12:01 AM

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Finally got a chance to listen to a few recent posts:

I had listened to this earlier, and didn't get a chance to tell you, but you did a great job of recording and mixing The Hooligans live. It sounds like I'm right in front of them. Very present and clean...Excellent work, IMO. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

I listened to all your songs on MP3.com, and found it very interesting, especially 'All the Latin Birds'. Some very nice sounds!

Man, of all the songs, I'm really drawn to 'Blue Halo'. Very creative... some unexpected, very nice chord changes. That simple little single guitar line is really nice...haunting. Good stuff... [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

Thanks for letting us listen,


ReniuR 06-25-2002 10:04 AM

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Thank you Roy. A lot of blood sweat and frustration went into that show. It was 3 hours of recorded material, and PT wasted plenty of my time with bounces that resulted in a corrupt file. I eventually had to bounce it out in 2 parts to avoid that problem.

Thanx again for listening

xbernix 06-25-2002 10:06 AM

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thanks roy for your comments
about the song "all the latin birds " I put into my song my cokatiel as a singer some times make
very strange melodies in one ocation I took my old
sony mic and asked the bird to sing . it happens
that every time he listen my synths with the monitors he start to sing together with my music.
in other songs (not listed in the mp3.com) I recorded live (with alot of sfxs) a little cat
if you hear the sound never you will know that
behind some sounds thereis a cat [img]images/icons/rolleyes.gif[/img] hidding.


DOUBLE EDGE 06-25-2002 11:26 AM

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here in da south or u n my hood

bey12 06-25-2002 11:28 AM

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Hi fellow musicians,
I'd love to hear what you all think of these latest cuts from Sir Cuss' Big Top:


Into The Fray


Also, the website is mostly Flash and is a work in progress, you can stream songs in the Songs area while playing Flash - have fun checking it out esp. the performers (sir cuss, madame ha ha) and Big Top (3 ring).



lochgarman1798 06-25-2002 02:05 PM

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I checked out some of the song links, my favourite was Justin Lynch- Sunny Day a great guitar pop song. Also liked the Soundsurfer songs especially the instrumental.

A lot of the links are mp3's and for those of us who still have 56k connections it can be a long wait, the mp3.com streaming audio is good though, every site should have streaming audio. I know it sounds rough compared to 96k mp3's but at least you can download the mp3 after you decide that you like the songs.

Keep up the good work!

John K

Check out "Trancedental" Vital and Essential
Pushing towards the boundaries of Guitar Pop.
with free mp3 downloads at: http://www.trancedental.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk

srik 06-25-2002 05:53 PM

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Hi all,
A demo for my fusion track , i have the full version for download. This was recorded using protools. Comments welcome.

Forlorn - Instrumental Fusion
by Srikanth
The imaginary subject in the score is a Lonely Bird. She is missing her companion. It is already past dusk he is yet to come back. She is perched on a branch, her sweet home. Her anxious eyes keeps looking for him as far she could see. She starts to worry about unpleasant events! However at the same time she tries to console herself. She tries to remember good time she had with him. This mental agony goes on for a while. Sun hides its bright face beneath the western sky, she becomes tired and falls asleep waiting for her companion!.

Download from :



Captain_Pants 06-25-2002 06:33 PM

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Roy, as nice as this topic is, you gotta start "Part II" It getting rediculous scrolling all the way over to Page 23 or whatever it is on, and then scrolling all the way down..

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