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The Pursuit is a composition in AA’B form combining electronica and pseudo musique concrète by using a 17 edo guitar with effects, voice, and synthesizers.
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A pop song in 19 edo - guitars, bass, drums, and vocals
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mix of bill and charlene .. the dryer connection to the washing machine. :)
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the washer dryer connections in timespace. :)
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Because its winter soon
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mix of bill and charlene .. the dryer connection to the washing machine. :)
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the washer dryer connections in timespace. :)
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this is Charlene Stocker on piano -- she does not have an alone tone account from her phone so I have uploaded and produced her work.. I have taken a quick 42 sec work layered it to itself backwards and then paulstretched it out to 8:44 minutes…
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newbold said

Very cool I like..

The Pursuit is a composition in AA’B form combining electronica and pseudo musique concrète by using a 17 edo guitar with effects, voice, and synthesizers.
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Jason H. Austin said

NICE!

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coelocanth said

Getting yer Larry Fast on!

I pretty much kill this one, though it was a lot of fun to tackle. I approached this as a 3 piece band cover, that is drums via a Simmons SDMP-1 drum pad, bass, guitarist / vocalist. John Wetton's vocals were a bit too high for me to sustain so…read more
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Jason H. Austin said

super awesome love KC

The Goseck circle is a Neolithic structure in Goseck in the Burgenlandkreis district in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. Its construction is dated to approximately the 49th century B.C., and it seems to have remained in use until about the 47th century…read more
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Sister Savage said

Great energy - loving the ethereal vocal!

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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