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I am really exited about the potential of the digital revolution in audio. I have been at it for about a year and a half. I own Logic, Live8 and use Elysium and gleetchlab3. I am also a bluegrass banjo player, former opera singer and guitar player…read more
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Sitting around in my shop a couple of days ago with the Goodall and the Zoom H4N. First time I've really messed with using the internal mics on the H4N in multitrack mode
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Keyboards: Doug Sparling Composer: Doug Sparling Written/Recorded: 2006 Another short piece I threw together when I had access to a keyboard. If I ever have any extra money, I need to get a keyboard. Though I'm technically inclined, sometimes…read more
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Something completely different- Uilleann pipes(Irish bagpipes) and synth. I wrote this tune over 20 years ago in the style of traditional Irish slow airs. It was recorded way back in 1991 for an album that's been out of print for over 15 years…read more
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Straight ahead stone city electric blues for an old friend who used to spend hours spinning BB King and Mike Bloomfield records for me. Recorded back sometime at the end of 2006 on old analog equipment
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Seeing as how it had Fly in the title I used my riff Fly for free, pay to land. It seems to fit.
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I am really exited about the potential of the digital revolution in audio. I have been at it for about a year and a half. I own Logic, Live8 and use Elysium and gleetchlab3. I am also a bluegrass banjo player, former opera singer and guitar player…read more
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Great drum n snare to start with cool sound effects to go along at start, then the creepy show starts at 2:05...Just a mind blowing crazy,frenzy power madhouse track...What a trip!

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I am really exited about the potential of the digital revolution in audio. I have been at it for about a year and a half. I own Logic, Live8 and use Elysium and gleetchlab3. I am also a bluegrass banjo player, former opera singer and guitar player…read more
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I'm starting to feel some confidence using Elysium (thanks Sandbags)...Nord Stage EX... all MIDI through Live8, then dragged/(drug?) to logic for MP3 conversion. I'm flattered that any one would listen. Thanks, Brad PS What is an M? :)

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I am really exited about the potential of the digital revolution in audio. I have been at it for about a year and a half. I own Logic, Live8 and use Elysium and gleetchlab3. I am also a bluegrass banjo player, former opera singer and guitar player…read more
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Am on 1.12 and am already entranced! This is like space traffic! So fine!

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I am really exited about the potential of the digital revolution in audio. I have been at it for about a year and a half. I own Logic, Live8 and use Elysium and gleetchlab3. I am also a bluegrass banjo player, former opera singer and guitar player…read more
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kirklynch said

This is some crazy stuff!Very creative. Welcome to the site!

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I am really exited about the potential of the digital revolution in audio. I have been at it for about a year and a half. I own Logic, Live8 and use Elysium and gleetchlab3. I am also a bluegrass banjo player, former opera singer and guitar player…read more
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Brian Bazeley said

Is there an M?

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New to the digital music world. Very exited about its potential for real time performance but also composition. I play guitar, bluegrass banjo and synths. I am a (sort of) retired Operatic Bass/Baritone who loves everything from Beatles to Stones, George Jones, James Brown, Bill Monroe, Grateful Dead, JS Bach, Most Italian Opera, Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner and please don’t forget Thelonius Monk, Louis Armstrong and Johannes Brahms. Can you dig it?

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