« on: April 12, 2016, 11:37:58 AM »
In the spirit of things, here's Cheech & Chong's "Sister Mary Elephant:"
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Are you drunk while posting this Chris?
If itīs satire, then very well done!
Lighten up people please. I guess some people cannot take a joke. Sorry I guess when I saw Seven Headed Snake and ScapeGOAT as track titles I thought back to the last post. I guess emoticons mean nothing, and others here can be naughty with their jibes, but it depends who you are. It certainly does have anything to do with respect. I can't kid someone because they're a well respected artist? Hmmm, OK I guess... Anyway, shouldn't this have been posted under Forum Member Projects?
This filter is on its way to me......from the creator of EMU
Video link to eye candy description https://vimeo.com/152385871
They didn't give any credits to an 18th century map maker or a pressed flower?
Beautumn - Bordeaux
New release on Infraction. I like this a lot more than the previous Beautumn album. This has a minimal, isolationist feel, complete with cold, windswept sonic landscapes.
Modular synths cant be solely drive by the market place, it needs curious musicians who in turn need curious listeners. This is true in general for music that is avant garde or leaning that way. With self generate modular music we all get to be the audience.....picture a live modular performance where the artist sets the stage, sounds begin and the artist walks off the stage and sits down with the audience.
I have chosen, for now, not to use any quantizer or chord generators...I dont want anything to constrict possibilities within the system and predetermine structures would I feel lead me back to the black and white keyboard and I prefer to use my ear to tune VCO's. I have nothing against the keyboard I just want to explore other scenarios that have more accidents
With lots of changes in my system there has been some new learning curves.....while I patch everyday nothing was worth pressing record for me until yesterday
I want to introduce myself (again..after several years of absence...). Still very busy with my (ambient)music.
I released an ambient-album in 2001, but my ambientmusic took a backseat after 2001, when I started studying Indian Classical music. Anyways... I'm really listening a lot to ambient these days, and I'm a lurker on these forums so..I thought why not become a member again!
If you want the original Planetary CD I'd haul ass to the website pronto.