Post your September 2014 track

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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by aisling » Tue Sep 23, 2014 2:45 pm

eyeknow wrote:
aisling wrote:Really a better mix of my March track that I burned out on, while listening too much.
https://soundcloud.com/aislingbeing/kaya-1
I like that. Really like the eclectic guitar/ish with the leadish thing.
:) thank you for taking a listen!
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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by beats me » Tue Sep 23, 2014 3:38 pm

eyeknow wrote:the eclectic guitar/ish with the leadish thing.

Hey, we’re not all stringtapper here. We shouldn’t have to flip through a music theory book to find the definition of your clinical terminology. :x





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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by garyboozy » Wed Sep 24, 2014 12:02 am

noodlings with my recently aquired dsi evolver and microbrute.
https://soundcloud.com/sirconical/blanky

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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by dewaldo » Wed Sep 24, 2014 2:21 am

another one.. this one has a lot of ts ts klak ts ts ts klak

https://soundcloud.com/dewaldo/deputy

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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by cmreal04 » Wed Sep 24, 2014 3:18 am


Lounge is a great track, simple, catchy, club worthy.
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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by jrhillma » Wed Sep 24, 2014 8:57 pm

Believe in Yourself

Actually, made it about a year ago on my old iPad. Today, however, I pulled the .wav in to Ableton and screwed with some envelopes and ran it through Ozone. So, technically a track for September. ;)

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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by Monchai » Thu Sep 25, 2014 6:47 am


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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by re:dream » Thu Sep 25, 2014 10:16 am

Yesterday was a public holiday, no kids around, and therefore an opportunity to sit down and see what I could do in terms of working to deadline.

The below took about three hours of work, from first doodle to final mix.

https://soundcloud.com/re-dreams-workshop/shifting-sand

The second half needs work, but I think it has potential 8)

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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by aisling » Fri Sep 26, 2014 7:22 pm

kind of another older track dusted off and reworked :)
https://soundcloud.com/aislingbeing/beginnings
http://soundcloud.com/aislingbeing


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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by aisling » Fri Sep 26, 2014 7:27 pm

re:dream wrote:Yesterday was a public holiday, no kids around, and therefore an opportunity to sit down and see what I could do in terms of working to deadline.

The below took about three hours of work, from first doodle to final mix.

https://soundcloud.com/re-dreams-workshop/shifting-sand

The second half needs work, but I think it has potential 8)
I like it! If it was my track, I would consider just having the kick and other spatial percussive elements for the first good few movements of the track, before dropping the snare and full on beat.
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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by dewaldo » Mon Sep 29, 2014 1:58 am

my final september track. been a productive month : ]

https://soundcloud.com/dewaldo/willow

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Re: Post your September 2014 track

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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by Garry Knight » Mon Sep 29, 2014 7:07 pm

The first piece I've made with Ableton Live 9, The Coming Storm, the backing track for a short video of the recent global climate march.
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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by pepezabala » Tue Sep 30, 2014 8:23 am

Garry Knight wrote:The first piece I've made with Ableton Live 9, The Coming Storm, the backing track for a short video of the recent global climate march.
Whow, pure epic Eurodance. Is that serious or ironic?

(my piece is, errr, not ironic, rather depressing)

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Re: Post your September 2014 track

Post by Garry Knight » Tue Sep 30, 2014 10:22 am

pepezabala wrote: Whow, pure epic Eurodance. Is that serious or ironic?
A little bit of both. I had very little time to put this together so I just put together something simple. I used to do a fair bit of electronic music back in the late 80s (yes, I'm one of the old guys on here), and I was very much influenced by the likes of Jean Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk, Enigma, and so on. So I guess my roots are showing :-)
pepezabala wrote: (my piece is, errr, not ironic, rather depressing)
It's intriguing. It would have been called "experimental music" back when I was alive ;-)
That's not a bad thing, by the way.
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