Comments on Mr Sandbags's stuff

This is a recording of the first time I have played Ludivico Einaudi's "I Due Fuimi" all the way through. It includes numerous errors & slight pauses but I managed to keep going and finish it and after MANY months of practice that feels…read more
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Sister Savage said

Woooohooooo!! Go you! :) So glad you got the recording. Hope it’s given you some confidence. I know you took a break from learning for awhile, but delighted you went back to it. Onwards onwards! More more!!

This is a recording of the first time I have played Ludivico Einaudi's "I Due Fuimi" all the way through. It includes numerous errors & slight pauses but I managed to keep going and finish it and after MANY months of practice that feels…read more
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Sudara said

Just what I needed. I really like that this was recorded with the room sound, hit the spot.

This is a track I've been working on for quite a while so I am glad to finally have it out of my head. I have a kind of love/hate relationship with time and its humble functionary, the clock. Ticking, in particular, is something I am ambivalent…read more
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kavin. said

Extraordinary mix/soundfield on this. Sounded like the clocks were external to my headphones, several feet away.

A piece of experimental whimsy. I took a nice piano loop from the Logic library and utterly destroyed it with The Finger. What's interesting about this to me is that I was not playing the MIDI driving The Finger but using Elysium to do so. Here…read more
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Steve Baughman said

Nice. I’ll have to go listen to more of your stuff now.

It's been so long since I've made any music I've kind of forgotten how. I was just noodling about and thought I had a sound I liked so I bounced it out quite quickly. This one is all made with Reaktor and Boscomac's Air Piano ensemble, plus…read more
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doktordoktor said

Interesting mix of sounds. Cool!

Edward Lear. Ring Modulation. No, I don't know why either.
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Wrinkled Shirt said

Cool piece

Edward Lear. Ring Modulation. No, I don't know why either.
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Ed Craig said

Hey thanks for the nightmare fuel. Keep it up!

Edward Lear. Ring Modulation. No, I don't know why either.
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mmi said

Very cool tension. It feels like it’s speeding up and I’m not completely sure it isn’t.

Edward Lear. Ring Modulation. No, I don't know why either.
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Len Sasso said

… seems appropriate to me – nice piece.

Edward Lear. Ring Modulation. No, I don't know why either.
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Mr Sandbags said

I have no idea why I thought “Edward Lear” and “Ring Modulator” in the same moment. Probably I shouldn’t have.

It's been so long since I've made any music I've kind of forgotten how. I was just noodling about and thought I had a sound I liked so I bounced it out quite quickly. This one is all made with Reaktor and Boscomac's Air Piano ensemble, plus…read more
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Wildgeas Music said

Don’t mind me - I’ll just be over here for a while.

It's been so long since I've made any music I've kind of forgotten how. I was just noodling about and thought I had a sound I liked so I bounced it out quite quickly. This one is all made with Reaktor and Boscomac's Air Piano ensemble, plus…read more
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Wildgeas Music said

Utt - Mr. Sandbags. Been a while since I heard from you.
Time for a beer and a joint.

It's been so long since I've made any music I've kind of forgotten how. I was just noodling about and thought I had a sound I liked so I bounced it out quite quickly. This one is all made with Reaktor and Boscomac's Air Piano ensemble, plus…read more
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mmi said

Yay for breaking the log-jam! Nice work.

It's been so long since I've made any music I've kind of forgotten how. I was just noodling about and thought I had a sound I liked so I bounced it out quite quickly. This one is all made with Reaktor and Boscomac's Air Piano ensemble, plus…read more
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Len Sasso said

Very nice - glad you’re back to making music. I’m also a big fan of Permut8, but was unaware of Boscomac’s page; thanks for including that info.

It's been so long since I've made any music I've kind of forgotten how. I was just noodling about and thought I had a sound I liked so I bounced it out quite quickly. This one is all made with Reaktor and Boscomac's Air Piano ensemble, plus…read more
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Sister Savage said

Liking the underpinning energy.

A violin sample used as an impulse response for a convolution reverb to which various filtered noise is fed. Just playing with the technique.
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Big Joe Silence said

this sounds positively haunted. really digging it.

A violin sample used as an impulse response for a convolution reverb to which various filtered noise is fed. Just playing with the technique.
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Sister Savage said

Psychotic mermaids. Everywhere. Not for the aquatic paranoid.

A violin sample used as an impulse response for a convolution reverb to which various filtered noise is fed. Just playing with the technique.
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Mr Sandbags said

Thanks for the kind words both. Chris it is a pretty good idea but I can’t take any credit for that, I got it from Pendle @ SoundDust. He uses it to build his Plastic Ghost Piano and I thought it sounded like something cool to play with.

A violin sample used as an impulse response for a convolution reverb to which various filtered noise is fed. Just playing with the technique.
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vaisvil said

what a unique idea! Thank you for this great aural experience!

A violin sample used as an impulse response for a convolution reverb to which various filtered noise is fed. Just playing with the technique.
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mmi said

This is awesome. I’m transported to a quiet but alarming place. Very cool.