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synthesizers and guitar collide
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take this brother, may it serve you well
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a stable *****
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Music that implies advanced structural and theoretical considerations or a written musical tradition. The terms "serious" or "cultivated" are frequently used in relation to music in order to present a contrast with ordinary, everyday music.
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4 piece rock band attempt at some minorish indie rock
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An early attempt composing something in Just. Ratios of pitches chosen each to a different Pure Data oscillator, 1/1, 6/5, 3/2, 9/8, 5/4, 9/5 with 1/1 being rooted as C#. Thanks to Chris Vaisvil and Michael Levy for the inspiration. Created…
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this is what was stretched so to hear this 10 times quicker listen here https://alonetone.com/acid/tracks/jim-and-chris-mixed
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https://alonetone.com/charlieferret/tracks/8-bass-parts-overlay with reverb settings altered some. https://alonetone.com/jimgoodinmusic/tracks/13
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An early attempt composing something in Just. Ratios of pitches chosen each to a different Pure Data oscillator, 1/1, 6/5, 3/2, 9/8, 5/4, 9/5 with 1/1 being rooted as C#. Thanks to Chris Vaisvil and Michael Levy for the inspiration. Created…
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Solo tenor sax. A comment on the return to relatively warm temperatures here in the Toronto area. Submitted to Sound-In for 12-15/6/2019
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An early attempt composing something in Just. Ratios of pitches chosen each to a different Pure Data oscillator, 1/1, 6/5, 3/2, 9/8, 5/4, 9/5 with 1/1 being rooted as C#. Thanks to Chris Vaisvil and Michael Levy for the inspiration. Created…
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Solo tenor sax. A comment on the return to relatively warm temperatures here in the Toronto area. Submitted to Sound-In for 12-15/6/2019
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I said it so long ago: "We don't know. We might not ever, will we?" I said it so long ago: "We don't want to know. Or do we?" Suffocate, I want to suffocate ---- Sax by [Matt Nelson](https://www.mattnelsonsax.com). Mastered…read more
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interactive Pure Data electronics and lap steel
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take this brother, may it serve you well
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newbold said

very excellent It is great stuff… I like the whole thing It is like the two lines of song were played together but I saw the post where each were recorded and then put together —-

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4 piece rock band attempt at some minorish indie rock
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newbold said

buzz guitar is great.. this is long minute 4 works well… Part of an album ? or just shaped by choice..?

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4 piece rock band attempt at some minorish indie rock
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newbold said

good singing Chris. I am liking the changes. so very on as it is. –

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Farm Hall transcripts The results of the transcripts were inconclusive. On July 6, the microphones picked up the following conversation between Werner Heisenberg and Kurt Diebner, both of whom had worked on the German nuclear project and had…read more
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Sci-fi-muso.

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Saccharin was produced first in 1879, by Constantin Fahlberg, a chemist working on coal tar derivatives in Ira Remsen's laboratory at the Johns Hopkins University. Fahlberg noticed a sweet taste on his hand one evening, and connected this with…read more
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jimgoodinmusic said

echo Bill, lovely melody and sense of explore. Interesting fact re the artificial sweetner.

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The question of how microtonality is perceived and why is a hotly debated one. There seems to be, in general, but not in all cases, shared intervals around the world, like the 5th. However non-western cultures use, in general, microtonal tunings. 12 equal notes to an octave is a relatively recent invention in the west. 300 years ago it was common for what would be now called a microtonal tuning to be in common, everyday use. As best as can be determined the push for 12 equal was all about changing keys in a single piece of music. If you take the tuning of the middle ages, Pythagorean, you find you can’t play in any key despite having 12 notes because the intervals between the notes are not equally spaced. As a result when you take a pure chord and move it up or down the octave with the same distance between the notes it could become something hideous. 12 Equal solves that problem at the expense of detuning all notes, some more than others.

from I think it would be a good idea. Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization, AQ

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