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What I mean is, your Circuit Bending outshines that of World War Nine. But check out my old, old AloneTone page ( http://www.alonetone.com/jackmerlot/tracks ) & listen to Skeleton Key 73 or Around & Aboot as good examples of what kinds of synth sounds I've managed; maybe you can give me some advice on how to get some better sequencer software into my flow so I'm not trying to play five instruments at once. Keep up the good work.
Wow, the overall structural & textural aspects of this have me shaking my head out of wonder. I play the guitar for World War Nine ( http://www.alonetone.com/worldwar9 ) but I also play electric bass & fill in on the Yamaha DD55 Drum Druid when necessary ( usually 'cause Miroslav is too hungover to come to band practice, but I digress ) but one thing I haven't ever gotten the hang of is keys/synths & such. I've settled for using various filters & Nyquist plugins in Audacity to modify my guitar sound until it's pretty hard to distinguish from an ( amateur ) keyboardist circuit bending his way through some analogue modeling synthesis software, then jazz it up by using found sound object art as a form of collage, and if I get desperate, I'll set up PixiTracker or another tracker on my phone & hook it up to the line0 on the computer with a god damned eighth inch stereo mini jack, god damn it. And, the hell if that don't work most of the time, just to make sound collages & have something to talk about besides the Trump White House or the Russians or the Wall to Keep Mexicans Out or...
I like how it fits together too!
Just a dude who likes music.