Comments on fallingupart's stuff

fallingupart's avatar
Late-stage demo of a Kraftwerk tribute upon which I'm currently working. Most of the tracks are solid at this point. See the second mix to hear what 12 hours of mixing and production did to it.
Uploaded
Guest said

So I am searching for Kraftwerk inspired tunes and hit play, not looking at the artist,... player launches,.. I KNOW THIS! What a pleasant surprise 😀. Your friend Binary R ❤️

fallingupart's avatar
Sometimes my mail Stacks up for days and days and Email? The same. (Technically not a haiku if you pronounce "mail" as one syllable. Oh well.)
Uploaded
fallingupart's avatar
fallingupart said

@G-Guest: A reply hefted into the past by six years: Just wait until you reach track 80.

fallingupart's avatar
Madame Fortune seems to enjoy spinning that wheel of hers. It's tough to keep up sometimes. As Gilda always used to say, "it's always something." Executed entirely upon the Korg DW-6000 and Yamaha CS1x.
Uploaded
Tony Rissole's avatar
Tony Rissole said

Ah Someone else who is fed up of the usual mainstream dross. Hope you find what you are looking for.

fallingupart's avatar
I believe microbes may have caused me to write this one.
Uploaded
AMUC's avatar
AMUC said

I like here how certain elements of the track seem to weave in and out of sync with the main tempo of the song. It gives the track this precarious balance, like somebody standing still while riding on a unicycle.

fallingupart's avatar
Sorry, it's not a RHCP cover. It's not a typo, either.
Uploaded
AMUC's avatar
AMUC said

I like the melodic progressions of this. The colorful 'Arpy' synthesizers have an Ed Van Fleet feel to them.

fallingupart's avatar
Uploaded
Guest said

I wonder who SHE is? I can think of a couple ppl, only one is not me...

fallingupart's avatar
Uploaded
Guest said

OK I get it, just refresh the entire browser tab.

fallingupart's avatar
Uploaded
Guest said

Why is it that when I want to start over and listen to this track from the beginning that it always starts from where I left off, even if I go listen to another track, even another album, this makes no sense. Araghhh!! grp

fallingupart's avatar
It is a valid question.
Uploaded
Guest said

You sound like Bowie in the beginning of this track. This is very interesting listening while playing games. Did you crack your voice on purpose??? love, grp

fallingupart's avatar
It is not unwise To believe in one's own worth: Self-esteem shines through.
Uploaded
Guest said

Brilliant~~ Love G

fallingupart's avatar
Sometimes my mail Stacks up for days and days and Email? The same. (Technically not a haiku if you pronounce "mail" as one syllable. Oh well.)
Uploaded
Guest said

I'm so confused, but I just woke up but I'm only hearing 15 syllables here, what am I missing, is this a different form. This is G here, if you hadn't guessed.

fallingupart's avatar
Composing these lines-- Electrical pulses fire. Creativity!
Uploaded
Guest said

I wish I could understand the first couple lines of this.

fallingupart's avatar
five seven five
Uploaded
Guest said

FAR OUT MAN!!!

fallingupart's avatar
OK, it's time for you to guess the artist to whom this is a tribute. This is the latest mix in my ongoing album project.
Uploaded
Keith Landry's avatar
Keith Landry said

That last comment was me, by the way.

fallingupart's avatar
OK, it's time for you to guess the artist to whom this is a tribute. This is the latest mix in my ongoing album project.
Uploaded
Guest said

I'm always amazed by the sounds you artists can create. Great transition into the body of the song. Are lyrics soon to follow? (Not that it needs them... This is beautifully arranged)

fallingupart's avatar
The very beginning of an idea for a Philip Glass tribute. If things continued along in this manner to their predictable end, Mr. Glass could very well sue me. Not to worry. I have plans to take it in a different direction. Stay tuned throughout…
Uploaded
Guest said

This should definitely be grown further

fallingupart's avatar
Evan lies on his back one fine afternoon watching clouds.
Uploaded
Guest said

This is the first time in nearly seven yrs that I've listened to Evan and Elle again. I actually listened to all of the tracks. I was surprised that I enjoyed them more than ever. I think I was angry (more than I could admit or be aware of, HA) 7 yrs ago I think, in particular, the idea of taking an entire month to create this album was blowing my mind and annoying me (but I think I was VERY well behaved and considerate regardless) especially considering everything else that was happening in our lives. So a funny observation I have is that I thought I was the Evan of your life but obviously I was the Elle since that's the female, and I AM known as some version of elle in other places around the world of the web. And just for fun I'm not making this a private comment so if anyone else reads it they can wonder. I suppose you can make it private. I have NO clue!

fallingupart's avatar
A humble tribute to some German synth wizards whose work I have admired over the years.
Uploaded
Guest said

Have been listening all day,.. great while working. Excellent track and looking forward to hearing the rest of the CD when when it's done at the end of the month. Thank you posting!

fallingupart's avatar
Evan lies on his back one fine afternoon watching clouds.
Uploaded
The Old Grey Wolf Ltd Co's avatar
The Old Grey Wolf Ltd Co said

Hi, this is great like all the influences (kraftwerk, vangelis, Jarre + Tangerine Dream) without actually sounding like any of them. Fantastic piece!!

fallingupart's avatar
Evan lies on his back one fine afternoon watching clouds.
Uploaded
fallingupart's avatar
fallingupart said

@Ed: You're welcome & thank you! @vaisvil: It's an SCI Six Trak. Yamaha CS-series are awesome. I love what Vangelis did with his 70(?). It's all over the Blade Runner soundtrack. Killer stuff.

Saved!