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  • Quote Originally Posted by Michael Blue
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    Oh, and I am a sucker for old school!

    (And minor chords/progressions, and jazz chords/progressions)

    Very nice!



    I'd like to hear more like this; one versatile synth used throughout a piece.

    What could something like the Blofeld or Virus do on a track like this?



    ~M




    Thanks. I'm sure a multitracked Virus would sound terrific. The nearest I've done to something like this in the recent past was five JX-8P tracks in a single piece, a couple that were all Sylenth 1, and one that was only Sylenth 1 and Virus.
    Listen to my music at http://alonetone.com/danielb

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    • ...though sometimes I do get that just-had-a-lemon-juice-enema look.



      Good track btw, that serge is sounding well meaty. what have you got on drum duty? You're going for that not-quite-natural lindrum type sound?
      Originally Posted by Metrosonus


      working in a library I wish women would just come right out and say "where do you keep your soft core / torture porn at?"









      Originally Posted by swardle


      Well, I've never seen such filth in my entire life. Disgustation!!!



      That's called pain. Get used to it.

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      • Here's a second go at a song I recorded a couple of years ago. My playing has improved since then but I'm still working toward sounding both tight and relaxed; not there yet.



        That's a Train
        Hi Mom!

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        • a remix that i made for the latest single from the german DnB bass NUDE. Its a remake of the Human League song Being Boiled from the 80s.



          http://www.vimeo.com/15058030
          the difference between theory and practice is that in theory there is no difference
          Album out now! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/cosmicpassenger
          http://www.vimeo.com/user772171/videos

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          • Everyone,



            This is NuwrayN. My previous album, A Million Tears, was well received by this community, and I want to thank all of you for your support and uplifting comments in my new career.



            I just wanted to give you a heads up that my new website has been released in anticipation of my new album, One And Only, which is slated to hit by this December. You will hear a clip of the title track on the intro page.



            Here
            Website: http://www.nuwrayn.com
            Album: A Million Tears

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            • I redid an old funky tune that i originally composed in the early 90s together with my online buddy Torsten who arranged and played all the brass instruments.

              Project name is Cybersax

              songtitle is

              Perpetual Emotions

              Mastering was done by Moshe Shabah from www.signaltouch.com

              Trilian on bass

              Stylus on drums

              the rest is Kontakt and Omnisphere



              http://vimeo.com/15171257
              the difference between theory and practice is that in theory there is no difference
              Album out now! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/cosmicpassenger
              http://www.vimeo.com/user772171/videos

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              • I have released a bonus track off my upcoming album One And Only. The name of this song is
                Website: http://www.nuwrayn.com
                Album: A Million Tears

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                • Releasing a compilation CD of 17 demos from throughout the years (1988-2010).







                  http://www.michael-blue.com/Chrysalis.htm



                  Some you've heard, many you haven't. Should be available next week.



                  ~M
                  www.Michael-Blue.com | Facebook | SoundCloud
                  Formerly Korg OASYS 76 #000344, OS 1.3.1, 2GB, EXs1, EXs2, EXs3, STR-1, LAC-1, MOD-7
                  Arturia Laboratory 49 | Maschine | Korg Triton Rack | Korg X3R | E-MU Planet Earth
                  Yamaha DX7 (for sale) | Siel DK80 | Yamaha Upright Piano
                  PreSonus StudioOne Pro | Omnisphere | Trillian | Cinematic Guitars

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                  • Back to page 1

                    This is the latest clip for one of my online projects called Hanz&Franz

                    It features my old buddy Manfred on lead guitar



                    http://www.vimeo.com/15714942



                    best

                    Hans
                    the difference between theory and practice is that in theory there is no difference
                    Album out now! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/cosmicpassenger
                    http://www.vimeo.com/user772171/videos

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                    • Love the sounds, and that guitar matches your music perfectly, Hans!
                      http://www.reverbnation.com/christianschulze

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                      • Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Wu
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                        Back to page 1

                        This is the latest clip for one of my online projects called Hanz&Franz

                        It features my old buddy Manfred on lead guitar



                        http://www.vimeo.com/15714942



                        best

                        Hans














                        www.Michael-Blue.com | Facebook | SoundCloud
                        Formerly Korg OASYS 76 #000344, OS 1.3.1, 2GB, EXs1, EXs2, EXs3, STR-1, LAC-1, MOD-7
                        Arturia Laboratory 49 | Maschine | Korg Triton Rack | Korg X3R | E-MU Planet Earth
                        Yamaha DX7 (for sale) | Siel DK80 | Yamaha Upright Piano
                        PreSonus StudioOne Pro | Omnisphere | Trillian | Cinematic Guitars

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                        • Thzank you guys! Very much appreciated! Gonna pass it on to Manfred-he did a great job and all in one take!
                          the difference between theory and practice is that in theory there is no difference
                          Album out now! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/cosmicpassenger
                          http://www.vimeo.com/user772171/videos

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                          • a day in the life of a cow

                            http://www.vimeo.com/15978962
                            the difference between theory and practice is that in theory there is no difference
                            Album out now! http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/cosmicpassenger
                            http://www.vimeo.com/user772171/videos

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                            • Here a little something I threw together the other day for a friend of mine who lost her father to cancer, and another friend who lost his wife to cancer, and another friend whose 20 year old cat passed. Been a tough month for several of my good friends.



                              White Light



                              Featuring my Motif XS, Andromeda and D-550.
                              Playing synths means never having to worry about broken strings.

                              Yamaha: Motif XS6, TX802, DX100 Roland: D-550 Alesis: A6 Andromeda Soft: FM8, OP-X
                              Some of my mediocrity: Kristen's Song Pleiades Voyage to Jupiter Amazing Grace A New Beginning Young Lovers Rings of Neptune White Light

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                              • Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Wu
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                                a day in the life of a cow

                                http://www.vimeo.com/15978962






                                Very nice work. I enjoyed listening to it.

                                I won
                                http://jd800center.blogspot.com
                                http://gilbertostrapazon.blogspot.com

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