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Voideco 08-21-2004 03:23 PM

Re: Let\'s hear your latest stuff....right here
 
Now if my father here knew that the little monitors in the taskbar mean that the thelephone line is occupied I'd have a little problem. Time to go offline now. Greetings from Spain all
Walther

CozmoXP 08-21-2004 03:54 PM

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Cozmo,

In D/L'd Orch, must say it's quite an obscure tune. Very nice bells at the beginning, the whole thing sounds a bit like backgroundmusic for a movie. Very apart, nice. Should listen to some more tunes but I have no access to a broadbandconnection at the mo'. When I'm back home, next wednesday I'm going to check more tunes from everybody.

Still no inspiration for a completely finished arrangement, should be there though. We'll see later on .

I'm assuming you are talking to me. I don't remember posting here but I suppose it is possible to find my music if you dig through my web site. I made that track several years ago when I borrowed a friend's proteus and was under the influence of a hallucinogenic substance :P Not exactly a real song.. more of an intro or something, but it is definitely different.

Voideco 08-22-2004 02:46 AM

Re: Let\'s hear your latest stuff....right here
 
Yeah how did I get to your songs, I forgot. Saw your site, the song sounded indeed a bitty psychnautical. Did you make more songs on acid? Very experimental, yet different style than Ummagumma from Pink Floyd. I have used LSD some times but have never been able to do anything with my computer those moments. Too much freakin'
Walther

RpwBass 08-22-2004 09:22 AM

Re: Mac Mixes!!!!!!!!
 
Hey Peeps...please give us listen. This stuff was all done on my 001 rig using only the 001 pre's and plug-ins. Hope you dig it....

http://www.indie911.com/index.php?cID=2083

Roy Howell 08-22-2004 09:46 AM

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Roy,

I listened to One Eyed Gipsy Walz. Great piece of music. Very well composed and thoughtfully worked out. Good integration of midi and harddiskrecording. Great song.
Hats off.


Thanks very much, voideco...

Steevp 08-22-2004 11:00 AM

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Hey Roy,

Nice job on the visually impaired Gypsy! Are all the midi sounds from one source? or do you have a bunch of boxes? I particularly liked the cello sound, and your guitar work is as usual totaly unique to you (That's a compliment!) I love that strangled sustain sound you get, really cool.. nice job on the mastering too, a full range of frequencies, and damn loud!

So, here's the low-fi antidote to your tune, something I wrote for the summer:

"Driving West" - Steve Pond

-S.

mindstAt 08-22-2004 08:05 PM

a sonic foundry acid production
 
http://sti.basementproductions.net/C...c/babygone.mp3

hope you like it.

John Hey 08-23-2004 09:29 AM

Re: Let\'s hear your latest stuff....right here
 
I like your stuff Steve. Great vocals.

Roy Howell 08-23-2004 12:31 PM

Re: Let\'s hear your latest stuff....right here
 
SteevP-
Quote:

Hey Roy,

Nice job on the visually impaired Gypsy! Are all the midi sounds from one source? or do you have a bunch of boxes? I particularly liked the cello sound, and your guitar work is as usual totaly unique to you (That's a compliment!) I love that strangled sustain sound you get, really cool.. nice job on the mastering too, a full range of frequencies, and damn loud!

So, here's the low-fi antidote to your tune, something I wrote for the summer:

"Driving West" - Steve Pond

-S.


Steve,
'Driving West'...what a great song..... I love the chords, the vocals, and especially the style. Your material is always fun, always unique. The changes are very refreshing too. Who were your influences, or at least who's stuff did you tend to admire?


On your questions about 'Gypsy'...first, thanks for the comments. It was one of the first things I did in PT/5.1 with 24 tracks(about 3 yrs. ago now), on a little 700mhz Compaq pc (it only got 11 tracks on the Davec test... ). I'de had it in mind for a while and was glad to be able to get it down. I used only my Korg module for midi, but recorded most of the midi to audio for better control. The drums are all samples, edited the old copy/paste way...pre-Reason, pre-SampletankII, which I now use. I think it came out well given what I had to use at the time. It has yet to be mastered properly, but I'll get to that eventually.

anyway, thanks Steve...

-Roy

mindstAt 08-23-2004 02:03 PM

reviews
 
Steve - listened to your song. twice. the acoustic guitars i like. electrics are good too but the acoustics i like more. sounds like a mix of beetles, weezer, and no doubt to me. arrangement is solid. vocals are solid. some of the vocals near the end are kind of strange to me (sound kind of high pitched), but hey, to each their own. overall good production and quality job. sounds professional. id like to hear more from you.

Roy - listening to your waltz for the first time now. wow! cool ideas you have. very dramatic stuff. hints of 80s and then ballad styles and then those arpeggating background sounds. very cool. now its turned mellow. after the dramatic it goes into a polka-ish rock ballad. i like this material. you got anymore songs to hear?


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