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synthesizers and effects “It is a peculiar colony” says István Maák, a zoologist at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. “They are doing the best they can, surrounded by dying.” In 2019, Maák took it upon himself to do something about…
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Rise 49 and two instances of Martina Labs Aalto with effects in harmonic series tuning.
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a rather punk meets noise statement about the burning of the refugee camp on Lesbos. vocal, guitars, drums, bass.
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I play a directed improvisation in classical finger picking style on my EOB strat with Hall of Fame reverb.
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3 tracks of 5 string bass with effects
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I wonder if we'll have redpolls showing up this winter.
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another from new exploring with the mountain dulcimer. This one tuned DAC. Digging it. Created for the Sound-in Event.
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synthesizers and effects “It is a peculiar colony” says István Maák, a zoologist at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. “They are doing the best they can, surrounded by dying.” In 2019, Maák took it upon himself to do something about…
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another from new exploring with the mountain dulcimer. This one tuned DAC. Digging it. Created for the Sound-in Event.
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Music written and performed by Mike Smith, also known as Dragonsong. When Mike first asked me to read this poem, he believed it was written around the time of the Spanish Flu...but, our sources say no. It was most likely written by Kitty O…
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Another Thumbjam thing inspired by Japanese Gagaku music
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synthesizers and effects “It is a peculiar colony” says István Maák, a zoologist at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. “They are doing the best they can, surrounded by dying.” In 2019, Maák took it upon himself to do something about…
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jimgoodinmusic said

The opening granular sound is awesome descriptive and retro of the lost in space/star trek time.

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Rise 49 and two instances of Martina Labs Aalto with effects in harmonic series tuning.
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kavin. said

Tranquil but ominous..

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I play a directed improvisation in classical finger picking style on my EOB strat with Hall of Fame reverb.
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Reefwalker said

this sounds huge. I love the tone

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a rather punk meets noise statement about the burning of the refugee camp on Lesbos. vocal, guitars, drums, bass.
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Reefwalker said

i like the bass in here and the FX are prefect for the mood. the ending drone reminds me of the Beatles "I want you" vibe which i love.

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Linnstrument playing a track of Diva (Mondara), Exhale (free-ish 12), percussion and a fretless guitar with effects / occasional ebow.
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Strange, quirky, fun.

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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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