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Listening back to this one, I was struck by a trio of mental images. The first was a memory from a flight back from some business trip. The clouds and the angle of the sunlight formed what looked like a blasted landscape over which towered…
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More fun with plugins and MIDI controller.
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The music is canned chords and patterns I pulled from EZKeys, then filtered through a plugin (Wires by AudioThing). The story comes from a silly cartoon a buddy posted on social media, followed by my addition about saltines. The last line is…
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At the beginning of February, I tried to learn to use VCV Rack, but never really took the time to learn properly. Instead, I took the couple of patches I managed to create, slowed them down, mashed them up with drums and canned percussion from…
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When I used to work third shift at Kinko's, I'd sometimes leave the weather radio on, and the automated voice and cadence (though different now from the one 20+ years ago) still has a comforting tinge of nostalgia. I have a weather radio on my…
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The long one... and maybe laborious to get through. Listen at your own risk, it's your time :) A series of tacked together guitar ramblings for RPM.
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Clarinet played into an empty tube that formerly held a bottle of Scotch, which may have had some unconscious influence on the rough melodic form. Picked up by two contact mics into a Zoom H4n recorder. Submitted to Sound-In for 26/2-4/3/2021.
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This is in some boring typical genre. I just can't figure out which one. Perhaps Wiccan dances for epileptics? Not sure. In Cold Hell, in Thicket is a microtonal musical setting of Charles Olsen reading his poem in 1950 as provided by PennSound…
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Kenny made us write the intro lyrics at the studio, and then made me say the intro! Yikes! One of the most sonically dense arrangements we've done. So many tracks! Kenny T. - Rhythm guitar, Clavinova, lead/background vox, percussion, lyrics…
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Chris E. has been a frequent voice of RPM Challenge encouragement for years, and began messing around with FL Studio (formerly FruityLoops) a while ago. He put together some sounds and sent them to me, then I added an 808 and some more sounds…
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This is in some boring typical genre. I just can't figure out which one. Perhaps Wiccan dances for epileptics? Not sure. In Cold Hell, in Thicket is a microtonal musical setting of Charles Olsen reading his poem in 1950 as provided by PennSound…
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More MIDI. Janky note transitions and too short, but I'm satisfied with the general mood.
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The Proods said

The name itself is BRILLIANT! Creates a mood that lets you know what to expect.

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This one's mostly MIDI clips in the Superior Drummer 3 and EZKeys plugins in Reaper. I fumbled along on my new MIDI keyboard controller to add the bass part using a sound from SampleTank. Pretty happy with it except for the abrupt end of the last…
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AMUC said

I like the jazzy elements to this one.

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Short MIDI piece inspired by one of our sweet cats. :)
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Kevyspice said

Yep, AMUC, that's the sound of a cat running the length of the house and back in about 3 seconds. :)

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Short MIDI piece inspired by one of our sweet cats. :)
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AMUC said

I take it the hurried part in the middle is when the cat suddenly decided "I need to be somewhere else like RIGHT NOW", and scampered off at light speed.

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The happiest-sounding thing I've ever recorded, as far as I can remember. Played on my new (at the time) acoustic guitar, upright bass, and thrift-store student-model bells.
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Guest said

LOL, The title implies that this could be played during the ending credits of Killer Clowns.

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Office drone and geek on the long road from dilettante to polymath.

from Huntsville, AL, United States

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