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  • http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page...?bandID=492212

    "We Love Synths", (2:58)



    This song is dedicated to the HC KSS forum users.

    Any feedback is appreciated!



    --RPdigital
    Audigy 4 Pro, BIAB 2007, Cameleon 5000, EZ-250i, JAMMER Pro 6, Juno-D, MAGIX music maker 11, MAGIX music studio 2005, PowerTracks 11, Rhino 2, RT-223;
    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/song...songID=4816736

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    • Originally posted by sizzlemeister

      A song about my wife.



      http://www.soundclick.com/util/getpl...d=3721388&q=hi



      Tell me what you think.




      Nice roaming "Choir" sound.

      Still, your "Slow Drug" kicks ass.

      Please, more music in this style!
      Audigy 4 Pro, BIAB 2007, Cameleon 5000, EZ-250i, JAMMER Pro 6, Juno-D, MAGIX music maker 11, MAGIX music studio 2005, PowerTracks 11, Rhino 2, RT-223;
      http://www.soundclick.com/bands/song...songID=4816736

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      • This isn't my band, but after seeing them live Friday night, I wouldn't be surprised if you all started hearing more from them soon. They're called HORSE the Band. Sounds dumb, but trust me, they're one of the most innovative bands to come along in years. I swear you won't believe it until you hear it. Listen to "Cutsman" on their myspace and tell me that **************** doesn't melt your face off.



        Oh, and their keyboardist uses and MS2000 for those curious.



        http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...iendID=4085991
        That's a big twinkie.

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        • Hey!



          I just put up a (crappy) site where I can host the song ideas I've been working on.



          I have 3 fairly short clips up. If you have a second, check them out!



          The link is in my sig.
          MrKnobs:I can almost feel your erection through the screen
          StonedTone:I have a strange relationship with my Chubster.
          Mikeo: I'm 47 and bever narried
          bleepedybloops:herpes, nature's combo breaker.
          Mittens:Maybe I LIKE ****************ting in the tub!
          lewey:bad guys are way more fun
          MrKnobs:I programmed a Wang computer
          eilute:I had another roommate use up a lot of my conditioner (half the bottle) in about one day. He's African. [There is no emoticon for this]
          Ray18:when a chick poops, things change

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          • This isn't my band, but after seeing them live Friday night, I wouldn't be surprised if you all started hearing more from them soon. They're called HORSE the Band. Sounds dumb, but trust me, they're one of the most innovative bands to come along in years. I swear you won't believe it until you hear it. Listen to "Cutsman" on their myspace and tell me that **************** doesn't melt your face off.



            I thought it was OK, but it didnt melt my face off Sounds like local emo band-quality emo with keys. I envision many hardcore dancers in the crowd, flailing wildly whilst they try to defend themselves from invisible ninjas.
            Live for Nothing, or Die For Something - John Rambo

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            • A song about my wife.



              Sizzle,



              I think your music is great, but I can't get used to the vocals. Production, sound design, arrangement are all stellar however. Is that you singing? Have you thought about getting a professional singer on the tracks? I totally dont mean to offend...the music itself is top notch but the vocals seem to detract from the beauty of the amazing patches and songs youre creating.



              I cant sing for ****************, so take the above for what its worth



              awake77
              Live for Nothing, or Die For Something - John Rambo

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              • Originally posted by Awake77





                Sizzle,



                I think your music is great, but I can't get used to the vocals. Production, sound design, arrangement are all stellar however. Is that you singing? Have you thought about getting a professional singer on the tracks? I totally dont mean to offend...the music itself is top notch but the vocals seem to detract from the beauty of the amazing patches and songs youre creating.



                I cant sing for ****************, so take the above for what its worth



                awake77




                That's cool, man, I appreciate the comments. I, for one, don't care for my vocals - but I have received some encouragement lately so I'm working at them a little. But, totally, I would LOVE to have a skilled vocalist come in a sing a little over my stuff. A friend who is a vocalist just moved back into my area so I may have him come by in the future. However, it is mighty convenient to not have to wait for someone else to do it, and to me not having the vocal line there makes it sound incomplete, you know? Your input is duly noted and appreciated!
                Dysfunctional, epic, musical landscapes.
                It is a very lonely life that a man leads, who becomes aware of truths before their times. -Thomas Brackett Reed

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                • However, it is mighty convenient to not have to wait for someone else to do it, and to me not having the vocal line there makes it sound incomplete, you know? Your input is duly noted and appreciated!



                  I totally know what you mean - I lay down scratch vocals on my tracks sometimes but dont have the confidence in my singing to show them anyone. Its a good thing I write a lot of club/dance oriented music



                  Some of the phrasing sounds real David-bowie-ish I think, and actually sounds quite good! Proof positive that perhaps with some vocal training you could really make your vocals shine. I think that's what doesnt quite do it for me with the vox on the tunes...more of a phrasing thing than tone, because the pitch and timbre of your voice are ok. Its great that you're going for it though, because it will only get better the more you work at it!



                  Also - I cant help it but comment again on how great the music itself sounds! Really dynamic with lots of movement and killer sounds...what kind of equipment are you using?
                  Live for Nothing, or Die For Something - John Rambo

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                  • Originally posted by sizzlemeister

                    A song about my wife.



                    http://www.soundclick.com/util/getpl...d=3721388&q=hi



                    Tell me what you think.




                    sizzlemeister,



                    my thoughts:



                    first off, big ups on making a song about your wife and posting it for everyone to hear....pretty cool. that being said, IMHO the vocals are really pulling the pace of the song off. It sounds like you have some good dynamics going on with the synths and stuff but the vocals take up so much space that it's all kind of lost in the background...



                    i'm no mastering expert but maybe some time spent with a spectrum analyser and your eqs would bring everything together...



                    my other suggestion would be to put some more drive into your bassline and rhythm track. maybe a little more oompfh would make you vocals sit a little tighter by giving them something to phrase off of. i know its not supposed to be a banger but i am thinking of depeche mode's "sweetest perfection" and how the the vocals and the bassline play off each other to make that song groove even though its a pretty chilled out tempo....



                    anyways, my 2cents. thanks for sharing.

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                    • http://www.myspace.com/metrosonus
                      "If I could ever, truly define the moment where my life went astray,
                      it would be the time my mom let me wear my bathing suit as underwear."

                      I'm not durnk, I have dyslexia !


                      http://www.metro-sonus.com

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                      • Thanks Awake77 and your fat mom. I'll keep what you're saying in mind - it's good to have contructive feedback like that!
                        Dysfunctional, epic, musical landscapes.
                        It is a very lonely life that a man leads, who becomes aware of truths before their times. -Thomas Brackett Reed

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                        • You can have an idea of my stuff clicking the link in my signature. It's 2 years of hard work, all the synth sounds come from specifically designed patches of the mighty flexorized Creamware Modular...the mp3's on site don't really make justice to the sound, but the music is music....
                          http://www.spacemuse.com/http://cdbaby.com/cd/damoranatalehttp://payplay.fm/damoranataleiTunes"Art is the magic freed from the lie of being truth."Theodor Wiesengrund Adorno.

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                          • I did this a few days ago on my cousin's Triton ProX. I was going for something Asian in flavor, though he's going to use it in a movie he's producing.



                            http://archangel.rooms.cwal.net/The%...%20To%20Do.mp3
                            Korg Kronos 73, Korg Trinity Plus, Roland V-Synth GT, Roland V-Synth, Korg Z1, Korg MS2000BR, Waldorf mQ Phoenix Edition, Waldorf Microwave XT

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                            • You can have an idea of my stuff clicking the link in my signature. It's 2 years of hard work, all the synth sounds come from specifically designed patches of the mighty flexorized Creamware Modular...the mp3's on site don't really make justice to the sound, but the music is music....



                              VERY cool alfonso!! You're right, the Mp3's definitely do not do these tracks justice! This must sound huge through a proper system.



                              All the synth sounds were done on the Creamware modular? What version of the card do you have? Do you own any other synths? What do you use for a controller?



                              Awake77
                              Live for Nothing, or Die For Something - John Rambo

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                              • I did this a few days ago on my cousin's Triton ProX. I was going for something Asian in flavor, though he's going to use it in a movie he's producing.



                                http://archangel.rooms.cwal.net/The... Have To Do.mp3



                                Link isnt working bach42t...
                                Live for Nothing, or Die For Something - John Rambo

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