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Post by fsk » Fri Jan 16, 2004 1:51 pm

some nice tunes up, a lot of tunes on the forums, moscas, dub's, cant get tj's tho and ponto's live mp3 too.

well here's mine aint much created about a month ago with a friend on a weekend, created the bassline and then the strings in fruityloops, quite a poor program but has really good samples in it, then created the beats on reason, hooked my mates laptop into my desktop (hence the laptop harddrive sound, sux) and then just recorded it live while adding stuff in. It was mainly so we wouldnt forget wot we've done and then go back and re-do it or add stuff to it.

www.flexagon.co.uk/comp.zip

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Post by mosca » Fri Jan 16, 2004 2:46 pm

Nice pads & chords
Nice fucked up hats
Well produced (give us a 192Kbps version, or an ep for retropublik :D )

This is good stuff.


More mosca tunes can be found here (if you are interested)...
http://www.wire.fm/board/band.php?owner=1012

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Post by tjwett not logged in » Fri Jan 16, 2004 10:22 pm

fsk wrote:... cant get tj's tho...
try this:

http://homepage.mac.com/tjwett/Sunday_Morning.mp3

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Post by Alex Reynolds » Fri Jan 16, 2004 10:46 pm

Wow, that's pretty catchy...

-Alex

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Post by Alex Reynolds » Fri Jan 16, 2004 10:52 pm

What the hell, I'll join in...

-- http://reynolds.bio.upenn.edu/Myc.mp3
-- http://reynolds.bio.upenn.edu/Polar.mp3

Don't beat me up too badly!

-Alex

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Post by tjwett » Fri Jan 16, 2004 11:36 pm

Alex Reynolds wrote:Wow, that's pretty catchy...

-Alex
hehe thanks. i'm not usually one to do anything "catchy" but i just couldn't resist those bells, plus i'm a huge Velvet Underground fan. i've been experimenting with cutting up vocals and using the words as more of an "instrument" than a traditional vocal. Prefuse 73 is the king of this technique and i'll probably get accused of biting but whatevs. maybe one day i'll actually finish the track.

i like your stuff A LOT. don't take this the wrong way but i like the "new ageyness" of it. sorry i can't think of a better word. i mean that in a good way, not in a Yanni way. :)

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Post by Alex Reynolds » Fri Jan 16, 2004 11:47 pm

Definitely feeling that Prefuse73/Delarosa + Asora flavor . . .

Give us more!

Here's one I put together with two samples and DFX Transverb:

-- http://reynolds.bio.upenn.edu/Entropy.mp3

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Post by fsk » Sat Jan 17, 2004 12:18 am

thnx mosca, well we plan to re-record the whole bloody thing cos its pretty bad quality, with the hard drive sound and all. I'll send u it at later date.

nice stuff btw tj :) aint heard urs yet alex :D but welcome to my winamp playlist tj and mosca!

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Post by tjwett » Sat Jan 17, 2004 12:33 am

thanks guys! and welcome to my iPod :wink: please know that's just a rough thing, my tracks don't normally end mid-bar. i'll post some of my more original stuff, so i don't get pigeon-holed. :o definitely liking a lot of stuff from this thread.

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Post by fsk » Sat Jan 17, 2004 12:52 am

owww wi thought u was trying to start a new wave of electro with ending mid bar ;P hehe nice work. keep it up when i got the flexagon.co.uk site up, feel free to upload and stuff :)

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Post by LTJX » Sat Jan 17, 2004 1:25 am

hey!
this is nice, kind of like show and tell.
i have a few more;

this one is like an audio painting:
http://www.pixelworx.ca/tracks/stumbling_block.mp3

this one is more dancy:
http://www.pixelworx.ca/tracks/cool_io.mp3

these are more recent dancy works:
http://www.pixelworx.ca/tracks/track1.mp3
http://www.pixelworx.ca/tracks/track2.mp3
http://www.pixelworx.ca/tracks/track3.mp3
http://www.pixelworx.ca/tracks/track4.mp3
i know the EQing sucks on these.

please spank,:oops: , i mean critique me!

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Post by The Kooky Scientist » Sat Jan 17, 2004 9:49 pm

audio of my most recent set in Detroit is in the archive @ http://www.paxahau.com
28 Nov. 2003




Paxahau is promoting an event Feb. 7th
Akufen, Monolake & Deadbeat live

with Clark Warner, Ryan Elliot DJ sets

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Post by fsk » Sat Jan 17, 2004 11:26 pm

nice live set, not too into that kinda house stuff tho, seems so bland and boring to me, same for ltjx's. altho well produced and was a very well done live set.

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Post by Guest » Sun Jan 18, 2004 3:02 am

fsk,
ummm so was it mine that was bland and boring or was it (Mr.) The Kooky Scientist (a semi god in the tecno world) :wink:

in any case no affence take. 8)

...it WOULD be such a great idea for Ableton to have a place people could post stuff and people could listen to each other's music, and critique or just plain enjoy it.

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Post by LTJX » Sun Jan 18, 2004 3:08 am

oh, that was me by the way.

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