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3000 05-04-2004 01:49 PM

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The new track of mine . This is more like "how-fast-you-can-go" song. Instrumental!

Hot Lap On The Wires

Captain_Pants 05-04-2004 02:16 PM

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Nightshade, I tried to grab it, but it didnt work...

Straatocastoer 05-04-2004 03:59 PM

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Hey Straat...
That's very cool... ..from what you had said, I was expecting '99 Barrels of Beer' or something( ), but I really enjoyed the piece. Those may be the best sounding V-Drums I've heard, and the drummer does em justice. Nice guitar work too...Cool piece.


LOL Roy ... '99 Barrels of Beer' could have the theme of taking out the trash the next day! It was a lot of fun with my two best friends, and your kind comments are much appreciated. Dave (the drummer) is one heck of a drummer, and that day was the first time he ever sat behind a V-Drum kit. I have a nearly finished project that has V-Drums all over it -- and most people cannot tell.

I'll have another tune up in a day or two called "Thumbs Up" that is from the same session as "Labyrinth."

Hey 3000, re: "Hot Lap on the Wires" ... wow! Excellent chops my man!

nightshadecrisis 05-04-2004 07:04 PM

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oops, i gotta fix the link when i get back from work...sorry bout that.
ev

Rabidium 05-04-2004 07:28 PM

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Hey, ya'll, I've been listening to some of the last two pages, some great stuff here. I don't know if most of you have been around since page 1 (well, before in the thread that got del'd) but it seems to me that music has just been getting better and better around here. Very good work, all.
I'd give specific comments, but I don't have time, I'm working on bringing my own music up to par!!

3000, I can't play 'wheels' I curious to hear it.
-Olaf

Roy Howell 05-04-2004 11:29 PM

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Rabidium/Olaf,
I listened to 'Music House', and though it's a bizarre piece, I enjoyed it. It's good to hear something really different sometimes. You seem to prefer experimental recording/creating to more conventional methods, and that's cool with me. Post more when you can.
-Roy

Roy Howell 05-05-2004 09:10 AM

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DR Loop,
Finally got to listen to 'Why Should I'...it's a good song, and I really like the changes in it. The song itself grows on you in just one pass. I hear some slight 'boom' here and there, but good job overall, IMO. Post more when you get a chance. -Roy

Brad Ferguson and Ev,
I can't get those links to work. Just repost when they're back up.
thanks, Roy

Rabidium 05-05-2004 12:38 PM

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Richard, thanks for listening to it. I'm glad you liked that, it's one of the more sedated pieces on the album, but I think it's a good intro. I'll be posting more very soon. This is a cool project in that it's easy to get the gist of it from a listener's standpoint. It's not going to be everyone's cup of tea, but I really like it, and so I thought I'd put it out there.

As far as experimenting, I like to learn by doing. There's an awful lot to learn about music, especially since I didn't listen to music growing up. I only started thinking about making music when I was about 20 (I'm 26), so I've a lot of catching up to do. I am working on an almost traditional rock album, but different issues crop up which I have to learn to deal with. For example, my sense of rythm was always what is typically referred to as "[bleep]", so this project is a way of working on some of the timing issues. Many of the songs correspond to song structures from the rock album, I'm just getting a grip on how to build things together and create songs organically. But I also don't think that every disc you get should sound like all the other discs in your collection, so this is a way of challenging typically held notions. And now that I'm here, I can always pull back the wierdness and make this more mainstream.

But yeah, I think music's a little stale right now, and I want to help it (and me) grow, one way of growing is to do things no one expects, especially yourself! I never expected to be releasing a retro techno album, but if something's good, I'm going to put it out there.

I'll put up some shorter samples as soon as I figure out how to summarize a 70-minute album in 30 seconds. Meanwhile, thanks for listening, I hope more people do, because eventually I'll find the target audience, and they will really love this.
-Olaf

Roy Howell 05-05-2004 01:44 PM

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Richard, thanks for listening to it....




Olaf, I have to ask you....who's Richard?

Rabidium 05-05-2004 02:20 PM

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<backpedaling> Sorry, man, It's just that you rock so hard, and you're so talented, I felt a three letter name wasn't enough to contain you!!!</backpedaling>

Naw, actually it's just that there's a Richard Howell on the other board I read, so I swapped you two. Sorry! You're by far the better RH, he's kinda a dik, and you're so helpful and talented and attractive and nice and well built and handsome and affable and myopic and musical and mysterious and vivacious and....

Am I out now? 8o)
-Olaf


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