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drakonis

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Can a piece of music withstand having the rug slowly pulled out from under it? Listen to this audio table-cloth trick, and tell me what you think? I started writing the original piece, "Escape", as a sketch for a melody in March 2003, and as life happened, set it aside until now. I found it last week, and added some counter-melody, the B-section, an intro and ending, then put in 4 repeats. But after the second repeat, the world slips forward from 1872 to 1972. So, what's special about 1972? Well, that's when Disneyland's Main Street Electrical Parade made its debut (thanks MissChaos for suggesting that!) Maybe there was a piece of that synthy style stuck in the back of my mind... who knows?

Update: Electric Lobster wanted to take this for a spin with his assortment of synthstruments... click here to dive into his vision of what this piece should be like.
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Uploaded: Nov 03, 2006 - 11:16:31 PM
Last Updated: Nov 05, 2006 - 06:47:26 PM Last Played: Jan 28, 2017 - 11:23:30 AM
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Hardware:
Dual 1GHz G4, stuck between worlds.
Software:
Scored note-by-note in "Harmony Assistant" composition software, then MIDI-ported to GarageBand 2 & chose Jampack4 instruments & EQed. I created the "Planetoid" artwork with the freeware POV-Ray 3D raytracer (http://mac.povray.org).
Comments
Roxylee said 3974 days ago (November 3rd, 2006)
Time Marches On...
and it's amazing how different instruments give the song a whole new perspective in the second half. Very cool, Eduard. This has energy! The artwork is really good, too, you P.O.V. genius.
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drakonis said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
yup, you nailed it
Not a single note was changed, but the feel of the piece is quite different, just by sliding different instruments in there. Happy to know you liked it!

Ha.. I'm no P.O.V. genius, that's just your Point Of View, I simply have Persistence Of Vision :-)

ttfn,
Drakonis

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Electric Lobster said 3974 days ago (November 3rd, 2006)
A little better than the last version :D
But I think I have to work on this ..))
Still don't like some the transfered sounds.
I will return ..)
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Electric Lobster said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Sorry for the double post :(
I hab my version almost ready - then there was a power failure :((
Now I rebuild it - takes some time ..)

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E. L. (Robert)
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Electric Lobster said 3974 days ago (November 3rd, 2006)
A little better than the last version :D
But I think I have to work on this ..))
Still don't like some the transfered sounds.
I will return ..)
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drakonis said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Not so serious
I was trying to keep this a little bit light-hearted, and also slightly "over-synthed". You have a very good sense of how to use/voice synths more appropriately, and I'd be pleased and interested to hear your touch on this... I'll send you the GB file then, and look forward to learning some of your techniques!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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AquilA said 3974 days ago (November 3rd, 2006)
Masterful
A lovely creation. Not sure what the table cloth trick is, other than the piece appears to morph slowly, from an instrumentation perspective, from one beginning to end. Very pretty stuff, well constructed and produced. The Mouse would be proud.
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drakonis said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
swish!
By table-cloth trick, I was referring to the age-old trick of yanking the table-cloth off the table, leaving the silverware and plates in place. The notes stay in place, as the instruments get slowly "modernized". Happy to hear that you liked the tune and production, thank you!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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AquilA said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Yeah,
I got the reference, just not sure if I understood how it applied to the song, but I guess I got that also. Well done.

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thetiler said 3974 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Like the
music from both sides of the earphones and how they interplay. Like the classical feel. Like the chirp sound and the variations. Very cherry marching. This is refreshing Drak! Not really heard anything like this. It really builds quite wonderfully !

This is something new from you and I think it is truly one of my favs of yours!

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drakonis said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Putting a smile on Tiler...
Trying an experiment with an old tune... you are a master of that too! I had fun filling this out into a little orchestral piece, then seeing what other instruments I could pick. Thank you for enjoying the little march throught the centuries. I wish you an easy move.
ttfn,
Drakonis

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### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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Alannah said 3974 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
I often hear and see ....
.... a display of medieval ... gosh did I even spell that right .. looks weird to me .... ah yes where was I .... yes ... medieval-ness to your tunes ... I could hear the teeny tiny clacking of hooves on the tarmac ... did they have tarmac in those days ???? OK hooves on whatever they had ... as they were led out to the arena to parade for the audience in the stands ..... and then ... perhaps some lovely ladies in waiting (?) .. waiting for what I'm not entirely sure .... but they are there and they are colourful and they have those pointy hats on with veils ..... and something ... is about to happen to entertain the crowds ..... and the music is so lovely ... and lilting ... and light ..... and just as they were enjoying the jovialty of the moment ... is ends .... and then all is silent ..... and then they remember ... AH YES there was a DRAGON involved somewhere in this tale ...... but still they frolic because they know this Dragon is FRIENDLY !!!!! ONE day DRAK you truly need to get involved with one of those Medieval Day Festivals and write all the music for it ... (unless perhaps you probably already have done so many times .....) ... BUT you KNOW what I mean !!!!! You know what you like .. and you stick to it ...
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drakonis said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
yes you spelled it right :)
Thank you for your excited tangential vision! Other than it being sort of French Overature Marchy style music, I hadn't really thought of castles and knights and dragons... unless of course, the fact that I dressed up and went to the local Renaissance Faire last weekend and this weekend somehow subliminally colored my music? Any time I can sweep you off to other places, let me know!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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AEROjet said 3974 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
A stately song
Awesome .gif file!

Warm brass, clickety clack castinets. I like the synth mixing with the organic orchestral sounds. Dragons sure have a sense for blending styles!
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drakonis said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
creamy...
Glad you enjoyed the visual and aural movement here. Brass is a pain to make sound decent! I did so-so, but I'm learning. Thank you for stopping in to listen. Off to listen/comment on your latest DLed piece.
ttfn,Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
You've "done Walt Proud"
A classical style even with the synth (which is very good, BTW)... The transition from yesteryear (musically) to modern sound was pretty smooth, introduced in mid stream a little at a time then brought to complete fruition seamlessly.

I love the deep brass accompanied by the wind... Thanks for inserting the castanets :-)

The melody and sensational atmosphere of this piece lend themselves perfectly to the Disney legacy; we children of all ages can frolic in this joyous song.

Thanks, - Harold
drakonis said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Classical Genetics
It's in my blood, no matter how synthy and ambient and heavy-metal I may get (and I do)... there's still a bit of Beethoven Haydn in there. Glad the gentle time-warp and my choice of instruments worked for you too... and a little castanet here and there is a good thing... I'll record the real ones live for my next "live performance".
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Dizzyland presents...
"March of the Electronic Tin Snips"

Ha, what a journey for this happy little march to war. I like it.
drakonis said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
Dance of Sugar Plum Crazies
Hmmm... So you think this would be a good movie soundtrack for an animated ETA Hoffmann story? Who shall we cast as the Prince and the girl, and the king of the rats?
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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soulmonk said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
What?! ... That's it?!?
Great song... But this should have kept going. Maybe another couple of "metamorphi" would have been awesome. The beautiful thing about this piece, this style of music... is the potential to be something epic. The "classical" to "classic" sounds were spot on. My only complaint is the fact that I was left hanging wanting to hear more... wanting to know where it was going from here. Great concept... great composition. Nice work Sir Drak.
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drakonis said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
multimorphology
Yay, glad you liked the single change, and wanted more variations... hmm... it could be done... I'll have to think about this! Thank you for your comment and encouragements. I extended the sketch into an experiment, now to extend the experiment into a full-blown piece. Hmm... maybe a tasty guitar track and solo in there somewhere? (smirk)
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Great!
Ian Anderson meets Alimar! I think this is brilliant. In fact, it's my favorite drakonis piece to date. Love the melody which drives this piece. Also love your choice of synth for the lead. Gradual build-up in intensity came as a pleasant surprize. Kudos Eduard!

Be well!
drakonis said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
Tull-imar?
Hi Michael, the signature melody is pretty strong, and I had fun seeing what synths would work best to slip in... very glad to hear you think this is your favorite so far... although I now have to do even BETTER next time I guess! :-)
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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MissChaos said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
congrats!
I guess all the working and waiting has paid off! I wasn't sure how you took my Disneyland comparison; whether you liked it or hated it, but since you're embacing it in your song description I'll assume you agreed! I think it's the main synth timbre you use in the electro half. Again, I like the "lobster claw" castanets, and you did a wonderful job of producing this and keeping it interesting throughout. This is another piece in your signature style. Nice job, Drakonis!
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drakonis said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
viral melodies and thoughts
My step-daughter says I have a gift for coming up with "viral melodies" that stick in your head for weeks (which I took as a compliment.) And once you mentioned the Electric Street Parade, it now seems like everyone is hearing DisneyToons! I think that is a good thing too. Getting good brasses on this was tricky, and I still didn't write in the trombone/tuba parts very well, I think. Am I developing a signature sound? Could you pick me out in a taste test? I wouldn't mind having a "sound"... thank you!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
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ziti said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Eduard
This is a nice work of art. Highly creative, and full of humor and energy. I think of all the people whose music I follow on this site, yours has developed the most...you really have learned a lot about making the stuff sound great. I am very proud of you!


great stuff here, maybe my favorite dragontune

warmest regards and deepest bows
z
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drakonis said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
bows back to you
There's a lot to learn, and I don't have a lot of hobby time yet, but bumping into various extremely talented Macjammers has made me eat up as much information and composition/production techniques as I can find. You've been a great help to me, and again I want to thank you for your kindness and guidance!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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borisluxx said 3973 days ago (November 4th, 2006)
Very pleasant, Drak
First, I'd like to tell you that I like how this piece goes from a more symphonic sound to a more synthy/spacey tune. It's almost like when an old man (the symphonic sound), dies, and the next generation (the spacey synth sounds), gets born into a new world. This track flows nicely and I love the arrangement. , Drak. You have a fine ear for this type of musical style. Thanks for sharing it with us! Be well, Drak! Peace!




-Richard
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drakonis said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
nice analogy
I like your analogy... in some ways that is what I was going for... but the DNA of music is still in there, going from generation to generation. Tell you what, I'll keep making these tunes, and you keep making yours, because I love your music too.
ttfn,
Drakonis

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caroline said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
somehow i imagined
little gophers being hit over the head with a mallet!! what a great noise they make!! you made me smile and there's no 'arm in that!! ty bluedragon - big loves xoxoxxo
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drakonis said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
Gopher the mallet!
Youv'e been gardening again... danged furry little burrowers! Hope it put a smile on your face, hang in there!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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Henke said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
Very Drakoniesque
In many ways. For starters it is very humerous in its happy melody and the choice of synthy instrument in the second half. Then we have the melody itself that is cathchy to a certain point but still has depths that make it worth while to listen to more than once! Then there is the Melody Assistant "air", or maybe it's the proximity to your Sometimes tune, which I believe uses the same flute sound as in the first part of this one? Here too I feel that the flute sounds a bit shy, she doesn't take out the notes to the full, it seems. And probably more...

Anyway, it is a fun listen and I liked the transition between the two parts. Agree with Boris about the old man dying and the next generation taking over...

Thank you for the music, for givin' it to me...
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drakonis said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
ethereal flute players
I was scarred as a child... in 8th grade band, I was 2nd chair clarinet, and I sat across from the flute players. And they were very cute. So maybe that's why I love the sound of the flute. And the trumpets and trombones were right behind me... so I like loud brass too. Or maybe it wasn't that at all. :-) Anyway, these little pieces just pop up from time to time, and I work them into music that is good to my ears. I like mixing the happy/sad element in, since that's life. I'm always happy to know that it's good for your ears too!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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Day For Night said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
What a great idea!
I love how you always come up with another layer to your compositions, drak!

This is fab! It was well-deserving of the second listen...and a third! :D
Thanks for this one! Cool!
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drakonis said 3971 days ago (November 6th, 2006)
layers...
thank you so much for stopping in to listen... that's a great compliment from the "Lady of the Layers" :-)
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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perceptualvortex said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
Bleep
Ha, I think the musimorph is effective. Personally, I thought we ended up in 1981. You're good at this layering of different melodies. This has that Drakonis marching forward, happy-sad sound that I associate with your tunes. Lovely planetoid art, you've made. Man, that thing is whipping around! Can you imagine what the sky would look like from the surface? And of course, the planet itself would be wobbling like crazy, with such a big, close moon, and the orbital resonance would destroy that ring... so I must conclude that we have here a space station with a clever disguise. This deception points back to the tricky nature of dragons. Bringing us full circle to the table cloth trick you have here which--did I mention?--ends up in 1981. Off to get another cup of coffee, but first I'd like to say I enjoyed listening to your music.
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drakonis said 3970 days ago (November 7th, 2006)
dark rings rising...
This was an animation I did about 10 years ago, just dusted it off for this purpose. If you want to get physic(al), the planet and moon coalesced from blobs of dark matter, which is still compressed in their cores, giving them 20x the normal gravity of a planet & moon that size. The moons orbit is extremely tight, and creates huge tectonic activity as it orbits, ripping the gold right out of the ground and into a shimmering ring. Those aren't oceans, the superheated surface of the planet has melted the sand into glass. Nice place to visit, from a distance. 1981... do you hear bits of ELP? Thanks for stopping in and enjoying the journey, I certainly love the journeys you take me on!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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haribo said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
Beautiful medieval/modern twist..
Really nice medieval-vibe arrangement with playful, modern, space-like elements.. Highly atmospheric..! Thanks for sharing this one!! Nice rhythmic sparkles as well!
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drakonis said 3970 days ago (November 7th, 2006)
playful...
Playful it is... it sounds serious in spots, but never takes itself too seriously. Glad you enjoyed the melody & rhythm & idea... maybe because you too are serious sometimes, but always playful inside.
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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Joanna said 3972 days ago (November 5th, 2006)
The March of the Mouse!
That was so much fun! I love that slow morph; it's very effective. The tune itself sounds like a macabre march (one can just see the animation) ala Sorcerer's Apprentice. Then slowly it updates to the Disney spectacle of the Main Street Electrical Parade -- without actually borrowing from either source. That's just really cool.
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drakonis said 3970 days ago (November 7th, 2006)
Saint Saens
Funny, I was just listening to "Danse Macabre" last week... lots of interesting influences in my head, and oh yes I remember the Fantasia version of Sorcerer's Apprentice too (had to get the DVD of that great movie). Thank you for listening and I'm glad you liked the time warp into Main Street!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Deja vu - It's the next best thing to being there<br>
### Today's song:<a href="http://www.macjams.com/song/23351">Sometimes - Magic Flute mix</a>
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ktb said 3971 days ago (November 6th, 2006)
nice part 2
just finished listening to lobster interpretation. lots of amazing things can be done with midi and this is a great example. i esp like the orchestration on this. its a nice sculpted build. that you did it over a period of time with several frames of mind is all the cooler.
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drakonis said 3970 days ago (November 7th, 2006)
slow burn...
It wasn't my intention to let this simmer for years, but it took me awhile to figure out something to do with it... and to have the tools to make it sound decent. The orchestration on both halves is what I fretted about and worked on most. Of course, now that I did it, I'm thinking about other morph steps to extend this... hmm.
ttfn,
Drakonis

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Feter said 3970 days ago (November 7th, 2006)
Tight !!
I hear alot of controling of what you exactly
want to push in your song the beat and the harmonies
very stronge structure ,sure from a very good
writer .... welldone drakonis !!
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drakonis said 3970 days ago (November 7th, 2006)
thank you
That is a great compliment from another great writer! Thank you for listening... this was fun to work on, and yes, I spend a lot of time on note-by-note harmonies as I learn this stuff... but am excited if other people like it too!
ttfn,
Drakonis

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stevewhit said 3970 days ago (November 7th, 2006)
Hi Drak!

This is really great. I love the effect of the feeling of change half way through. That moog type sound you get.

I can't get the sound out of my head now-thanks!

love the graphic.

Steve



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drakonis said 3968 days ago (November 9th, 2006)
Chewy Melodies
That's my speciality... 'tis good to hear that you liked the tune and the trick... this seemed like a nice melody to pick up off the cutting room floor and do something with. And now that I've started down this path with it, I have several morph ideas up my sleeve for it... now, where's my bottle of free time potion?
ttfn,
Drakonis

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SmokeyVW said 3970 days ago (November 7th, 2006)
ok
it's kinda blippy to my tastes. not sure how to explain that... maybe it's simply 72. although i thought we started hearing that ca. 78 or so...

but there's also an interesting element of... something... madrigal? and the rhythm drives it along nicely.

what what a lute or two do?
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drakonis said 3967 days ago (November 10th, 2006)
Too many Blips...
Not only can I understand "too blippy for your taste", but even more, I appreciate you stopping to comment on it despite that. And funny you mention the lute, because making more morphs has now been on my mind, and I was thinking of starting this as an "air" type thing with mandolin and guitar... so I'm on you're wavelength! Thank you for commenting.
ttfn,
Drakonis

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SmokeyVW said 3958 days ago (November 19th, 2006)
someday?
i hope you have some time someday to make a lute/mandolin/guitar variation of this...

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B^)
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jiguma said 3970 days ago (November 7th, 2006)
Metasynthosis
Tasty bit of metamorphosis here Eduard! Big change in dynamics with the change in instrumentation - would be a great teaching aid to someone trying to explain that to a bunch of kids.
Neil
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drakonis said 3967 days ago (November 10th, 2006)
Teaching aid
Funny, this was sort of an experiment and teaching aid for me too. I'm nowhere near tackling something like Brittain's "Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra" (which I've always loved), but this reminded me of it after I began tinkering with the orchestration. Glad you liked this, Neil! Maybe the upcoming 80's morph will need a Telecaster solo.
ttfn,
Drakonis

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woodguy32 said 3970 days ago (November 8th, 2006)
Dragon Dancing Music
so this is what you dragons shake their Tails about with...shake it ..shake it...shake it...

fun sounds all about Drak...a medieval dragon march...

tons of fun listening...will this be the next embers?..never know..

thanks D the Dragon

woodie
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drakonis said 3967 days ago (November 10th, 2006)
Wood you march to it?
Marching through time, that's what we're all doing... thanks for boogying to my music here and there... do I feel a Surf Muzak march coming on? Hmm...
ttfn,
Drakonis

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moorlandt said 3969 days ago (November 8th, 2006)
Delicious mutation of sounds
The medieval-like melody is very very enchanting, and the more I listen to this piece, the more it appeals. At first I was a bit surprised when the synth sounds slowly came in, somewhere halfway the song, but after listening several times I really understand why you did this. I think it's amazing how your song mutates from the 'natural' sounding instruments into the 'synthetic' ones. Great job, Eduard, and a very neat production.

Both version (yours and Rob's) have definitely their specific qualities. So hard to compare. Rob's version has more of a soundscape, whereas yours has more clarity and structure. You have to believe me that I really have no preference at all. As I said: I love you both :-)

- Walter
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drakonis said 3967 days ago (November 10th, 2006)
Comparative Mutosis
Thank you Walter, for taking time to listen to the melody and the experiment, I appreciate your ears and thoughts on this. This has been received so nicely that I have already begun thinking of a few new morphs to extend the idea. I learned quite a bit about Garageband while trying to wrestle with two copies of the music in the track editors, and that wasn't even that many tracks (18). We'll see if I can keep track of more tracks...

And I love you and your incredible talent too, Walter :-)
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j2morrow said 3969 days ago (November 9th, 2006)
Cleverly done
But this is more than just a clever trick, it's a damn fine tune. Enjoyed it a lot. Had to download it.
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drakonis said 3967 days ago (November 10th, 2006)
tunes in my head
Hi J, how wonderful that you like this enough to snag a copy, thank you! I'm thinking the tune might be strong enough to withstand a few more morphestrations, and I have some thoughts. Given my slow pace at coming up with things though, it may be a few months, stay tuned!
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said 3968 days ago (November 9th, 2006)
very nice
this sounds great. i really enjoyed the soundscapes you created here
drakonis said 3967 days ago (November 10th, 2006)
connections
and *I'm* glad to have bumped into your stuff too! Thank you for stopping in to listen! I'm off to explore more of your music today :-)
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craft said 3968 days ago (November 9th, 2006)
marching nature
Love this sound.. I don't know but this one just keep me waiting for more and more... Very well done..
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drakonis said 3967 days ago (November 10th, 2006)
march on...
Hi Craft,
Well, I had some ideas for more morphs, and with your encouragement, I will give these ideas a try. There are a few styles that would still suit the music and be fun to listen to, I think. Now it is time for me to find time :-) Thank you so much for listening to my latest, and giving me your thoughts!
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caroline said 3967 days ago (November 10th, 2006)
ooh bouncy...
.. not dusty at all (!) but shiny and new - ty for reminding me that i wanted to hear this xoxox
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drakonis said 3967 days ago (November 10th, 2006)
You and bear
Glad to put some bounce back in your step, or ear in this case. Hope to see you after a few more of those moon rotations...
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Bowman said 3964 days ago (November 13th, 2006)
Playful yet moody.
Catchy theme. Liked the renaissance bounciness to this piece very much. Your choice of instruments contributes to this a great deal. You're really accomplished at separating your sounds and obviously care a great deal about that. The clarity you achieve is impeccable. I liked the warm sounding winds playing against the relentless plucking instruments. The evolution to synthy sassy winds worked and even your playing of them reflected their sonic nature. Well done.
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drakonis said 3964 days ago (November 13th, 2006)
I wondered if you'd like this...
Glad you checked this one out, Charles! It was a melody that I decided to strap onto the table and experiment on. You are right, I have always liked crisp orchestration (Sibelius, The Cars, etc.) and it is sort of rubbing off in what I try to do. Although I do sometimes like to get swept up in giant walls of Wagnerian sound too. It was fun to give this a modern twist... thank you for listening and commenting!
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Magritte said 3961 days ago (November 16th, 2006)
This is so "you"
And yet perhaps it signals a move into even richer musical territories for you? Love the temporal shift; it occurs as a surprise but not a shock. Next up...more exploration of that very interesting orchestral mix from the beginning? I like the synth but I want to hear more of what you can do with that!
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drakonis said 3961 days ago (November 16th, 2006)
so me? fa so la?
Such sweet words, thank you! They make me want to do more with this now... I have ideas for 2 more "eras" to add already (one before, one after), but I need some time to work on it, and this must be tabled for now, and I'll get back to it. I wasn't sure if anybody would find this experiment as interesting or fun as I had making it, but I'm excited by the response! And, I always look forward to your music too, as you have an awful lot of talent up your sleeves... when do I get to hear the next Magritte-piece?
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Einarus said 3959 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
Nice little journey
I really wouldn't mind another couple of minutes of this.

Nice, smooth transition between the symphonic parts and the synthonic ones - very nicely done.

You also, as usual, have very nice melodies going on in this. They really caught my attention from the get-go and kept me interested the whole way through.

The only thing I feel I should mention is the ending. I don't really know what it was about it, but something just didn't sit right with me. Maybe it was a bit too sudden and/or abrupt... I don't really know... which kinda makes this remark all the more pointless.

Aaanyway...

A nice little journey through a wide spectrum of sound and music.

Lovely piece of work.


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drakonis said 3959 days ago (November 18th, 2006)
Great cmment
Thank you Einarus! I have gotten enough positive feedback about this that I'll now be extending it with 2 more morphs (I already know what to do there now)... but I will revisit the ending idea now too... maybe a grand ending with a few of each "period" of instrument joining in, we'll see. Thank you for the critique!
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RickB1 said 3957 days ago (November 20th, 2006)
Have to agree...
Though the melody remains the same, the "morphing" voices change its texture and turn this into an interesting evolution of sound.
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drakonis said 3957 days ago (November 21st, 2006)
glad you liked it
Hi Rick, and thank you for listening to my silly stuff. I am glad to have bumped into your wonderful music here, and am terribly embarrassed it took me so long to find it... you've been here much longer than I, and have such great music!
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VicDiesel said 3943 days ago (December 4th, 2006)
Two worlds
Very nice how this shifts from acoustic to electronic, still retaining its essential mood.

And such a cheerful ditty.

But I like it despite that.

Victor.
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drakonis said 3943 days ago (December 4th, 2006)
heehee
Yes, I try hard not to be thought of as "cheery" (shudder), but I'm glad you enjoyed the upbeat morph despite its minor major chords. Thank you for stopping in and commenting on this!
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I.G.M. said 3941 days ago (December 6th, 2006)
Jean?
Starts like Jean-Michel Jarre, but has some undefinable bluesy feel, rythmically amazing sometimes. The choice of sounds is old-time in my ears, but what do I know? Haha! Good one, man!

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drakonis said 3941 days ago (December 6th, 2006)
wow...
Bluesy Jarre? That's a compliment! I am glad you liked the music and rhythms, thank you for taking time to listen and comment, and I hope to hear you again soon!
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eanbardsley said 3940 days ago (December 7th, 2006)
very pretty
Very pretty, it has such a proud and noble sound, the harp is so pretty, very renaissance and celtic, loved the castagnettes too. The animation looks like another earthlike planet somewhere in the universe that formed rings like saturn, also has one moon in sinchronous orbit, it makes one think about the possibility of intelligent life beyond our planet. Music and animation are very imaginitive.
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drakonis said 3940 days ago (December 8th, 2006)
provocative
I like being provocative, glad you found the music and artwork so! The music had to sit and ferment for a few years before I knew what to do with it, but it does speak to me too. As for the planet, its been fermenting for about 10 years now, so I'm sure there's all sorts of interesting life on it. Hopefully my next piece won't take so long to come up with.
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Enrique Gil said 3935 days ago (December 13th, 2006)
Hi Drak
how you guys manage to make profesional quality sounds and put them together is beyond me. I really enjoyed the music. It did remind me a little bit of Don Dorsey's synth sounds (Dysney's electrical parade). Thank you. You have more instruments and hardware that my wife would ever let me buy!
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drakonis said 3934 days ago (December 13th, 2006)
Electrical parade of GB gadgets
Hi Enrique, thank you for listening and enjoying the "Dorsey March"... and I don't really have a lot of extra gadgets, just Jampack 4 (which is a great bargain.) However, I am allowed to buy occasional musical/computer gadgets because I share... I use them to write romantic music for my wife (I'm incurable that way.) So it works out well, and she's a great inspiration too! And Enrique, I want to thank you again for writing and performing such melodically delicious music yourself! I deeply enjoy your music!
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TobinMueller said 3927 days ago (December 20th, 2006)
Lift
There is a special lightness of heart that you captured, very enjoyable. Thanks for the lift.
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drakonis said 3927 days ago (December 20th, 2006)
Season's Greetings
Tobin! Glad to give you a "lift" without it being "elevator" music! :-) I guess my inner perpetual smirky smile keeps peeking out of my music, no matter how many minor chords I put in it... which is a good thing. Thank you very much for listening and commenting, I appreciate your ears and thoughts... especially on something like this simple 4/4 melodic march, standing in stark contrast to your elegantly flowing rhytmically complex and engaging music. I am very impressed by your talent, and listen to many of your pieces in order to learn... thank you for sharing your passion, talent and time with the rest of us!
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Andronis said 3926 days ago (December 21st, 2006)
It really snuck up on me
I love your little magic trick! The morph from one style to the other really snuck up on me there! Well done!

I have no doubt the melodies from this are going to be stuck in my head for the next few days. :)
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drakonis said 3925 days ago (December 22nd, 2006)
Pick a chord, any chord...
Thank you for stopping in to listen to my latest! I've begun working on an update to this, now with several transitions through the ages... should be done before NEXT Christmas. :-)
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Theoball said 3866 days ago (February 19th, 2007)
A lot
of great sounding sounds in this song. The mix sounds very tight. I like the progression of this song, always something new happening to the song. Bery cool sounds you are using as well. you seem like a skilled musician!
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drakonis said 3866 days ago (February 19th, 2007)
me? skilled?
not really skilled, but definitely learning and having a lot of fun along the way. Thanks for telling me what you liked about this... it helps me find out how to create more enjoyable music. I shall be watching for your music too when it is approved.
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guitapick said 3836 days ago (March 21st, 2007)
Funny...
...sitting here, watching the animation while this very cool piece is going on. I'm thinking: "he's got to continue this animation!". You've spoiled me with "Dance of the Technoids".

I love the way you weave the melodies in and out with this, drak. Like the dance between the moon and the planet. You create pictures with your sound. I'm very much into it...

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drakonis said 3835 days ago (March 22nd, 2007)
infected by technoids
The Technoids video has been a fun diversion, but I've been doing little 3D animations for years now... I just never thought about doing anything more than about 10 frames, like the above "planetoid" animation, until Fractal Serenity and Technoids came along. Music has always created images in my brain, especially classical music (give me a comfy chair and Mahler's 1st or Dvorak's 9th!) So I'm glad that my music evokes imagery for you too. Sometimes I worry that imposing my own imagery onto my music will detract from what others see (much like making a movie from a book... our imaginations outstrip ANYTHING that LucasFilm or WETA can conjure up.) Anyway, your music does this for me as well, I close my eyes and am transported by your playing. Thanks!
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guitapick said 3835 days ago (March 22nd, 2007)
Mahler's 1st and Dvorak's 9th...
...are two completely awesome pieces of art.

Interesting point about imposing images. Almost all of my songs tell a story/paint a picture. My wife doesn't think I should tell people about it (either here or when I perform) for the reason we're talking about. But I just don't seem to be able to keep my big mouth shut.

Still haven't come to grips on it. Once played an instrumental about a train in the night and some people thought it was about a sewing machine. Kind of a difference, there. Should I have told them or not?

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elektronix said 3792 days ago (May 4th, 2007)
Fine
Oh, I think I have to make some journey through your areas...;-)

Good blended mix of different instruments. To be honest, I've never heard about "Disneyland's Main Street Electrical Parade", what's that?

Thanks a lot for sharing!

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drakonis said 3792 days ago (May 4th, 2007)
tour guide
I would be honored to have you tour my different areas of music and mind, thank you! Explain the Electric Parade? Hmm... I will try. It is a night-time parade of "floats"... motorized vehicles carrying large black shapes around them, and they are in the shape of insects, cats, people, various "characters" from Disney movies,which are covered with strings of little lights, so that it looks like the light-outlines are floating in the air. Then, the whole parade of lighted vehicles is flashing, synchronized to some synthesizer music playing all through the park. It is a lot of fun, and the music, I guess, sounded like this, except it was mostly a major-key melody.
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Enrique Gil said 3789 days ago (May 8th, 2007)
beautiful sounds
To my mind, it begins with a ship calling. Tjhe rythm is very nice and the deep sound of the organic and soft bass constrast nicely with the quacky sounds of the synth and synth brass? I LOVED IT!
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drakonis said 3788 days ago (May 8th, 2007)
ships
a ship... the low french horn/trombone call at the beginning does sound powerful, like a ship pushing through the waves, I had not heard that, but I love finding out what you hear when you listen! I do not have the expressive musical craftsmanship that you do with your gorgeous piano pieces, but I'm learning. Thank you for sharing your music with us, and thank you very much for stopping in and listening/commenting on my music, I'm honored that you like it!
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david.sfinzi said 3664 days ago (September 9th, 2007)
more-a-musimorphosis
Nice theme, cool intro.
I wanted it to develop a little more.
Looking at the other comments...
- Perhaps bring in the same percussion (castanets?) again on top of the synth perc near the end
- maybe a big cymbal crash on the last beat
- or a modulation halfway to intensify the build...
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drakonis said 3664 days ago (September 9th, 2007)
under-developed
Hehe, I wanted it to develop more too, but lacking much know-how at the time, I tried something else, by just changing the instruments under it. But it is such a catchy tune, I hated to just throw it away. I liked the pulsing intro too, but again, that's all I could think up. Now that I'm learning a little more, I should go back and dust this off and try more things with it. You are probably right that modulating and leading into a B section or development section would add a lot... hmm... so many things to try! so little time!

Thank you for listening to it and commenting, and prodding me to work on it more. I will keep this piece at the front of my workbench for more embellishments now.

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Doug Somers said 3641 days ago (October 2nd, 2007)
This piece
and its electric lobster variant are so very different! It's wonderful to hear the creativity that presents such pleasant music from the same root. Very tuneful, interesting development throughout. Love them both.
Thanks, and best to you both!
Doug
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drakonis said 3640 days ago (October 3rd, 2007)
the old saying about creativity...
Between Electric Lobster and I, we make a whole wit! Thank you for listening to this piece and its strange binary twin... I'd written it years ago, and only recently am I starting to learn how to care and feed for (develop) melodies into more interesting pieces. This was near the beginning of that... since I too really like this "tune", I hope to roll up my shirtsleeves sometime and give it a proper place in a bigger piece.
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said 3625 days ago (October 18th, 2007)
Very nice
This sounds like it would be great for a movie. Perhaps a Science fiction film. Very creative. I like it. Thanks for sharing.
drakonis said 3625 days ago (October 18th, 2007)
sci-fi film...?
Hmm.... it would be interesting to know what sci-fi story was playing out in your head while listening. Or are you now jotting it down and about to write your own short story? I'm glad you enjoyed it... and I have been making movies to go with my music lately, I hope you get a chance to see the two I have here on my artist page. Although I think a person's mental movies are much more amazing than anything I can come up with :-)
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sschedra said 3548 days ago (January 3rd, 2008)
Papa Drakonis' Surprise?
You made the transition so subtle and it is real neat to play the early section and then jump to the later and ask yourself "How did we get here?". Watched some of your music videos. What tools do you use for the 3D animation?
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drakonis said 3548 days ago (January 3rd, 2008)
making the transition
Hey, thank you very much for listening and enjoying the subtle transition... I had fun getting it just right, and am pleased to know you think it works!

And thanks also for checking out my music video work... as for what 3D software I use, it is called "POV-Ray" (www.povray.org, or mac.povray.org for the Mac version). I was the main Mac developer on that free software project for 8 years, published a book on how to use it, etc. More information on the tools and video are in the YouTube description text, if you go to the YouTube page for the video.

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magnatone said 3511 days ago (February 9th, 2008)
If only...
...I know knew how you did that. You have a gift for subtlety that I can only dream of. I appreciate the build especially. Thanks for sharing!
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drakonis said 3511 days ago (February 9th, 2008)
DRAGONS? SUBTLE? Pfft...
heehee. Thank you for stopping in and listening and enjoying my trickery! I actually thought up the idea of what I wanted to do, then I had to sit down and figure out how to pull it off (pun intended) in GarageBand. I still want to do something a little more traditional with this melody, not sure how to build a suite around it... someday this will resurface and morph into something completely different :-) Glad you enjoyed it!
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Kicbal said 3423 days ago (May 7th, 2008)
Morph
Love how this morphs and changes. I'd say that this experiment was a success.
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drakonis said 3423 days ago (May 7th, 2008)
Bwahaha...
Glad you lived through the experiment! Thank you for checking out some of my music. I look forward to more of yours!
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Foinix said 3360 days ago (July 9th, 2008)
Musi
we like morpheses! and musis! have no idea how we missed this briliant piece of experimental music. LOVE the transition into the electric parade. Very cool sounds going here and a tight, fun marching-style composition. do I hear a hint of grapefruit hiding in there? I swear it said citrus.
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drakonis said 3360 days ago (July 9th, 2008)
oh.. my...gawd...
now here is a really scary treat... two wonderful and very talented souls, collaborating... wow, now THIS should be good! Can't wait for the first creation from the foinix (is the foinix anywhere near the femur?)

Nope, no citrus in this, although the seeds of this piece and the Grapefruit song were planted about the same time... I think it is just nasty flashbacks from you listening to the Grapefruit song... I'm sorry that you will never be cured, it will come back and make you giggle at the most inopportune times. :-)

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Confounded said 3218 days ago (November 28th, 2008)
Good work
I simply liked it, and I didn't listen to it in a critical way.

Nice Composition

Peace.
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drakonis said 3218 days ago (November 28th, 2008)
Thank you!
So wonderful to have you listen to my work... I'm glad to know you enjoyed it. I always have a little bit of "critique" thought when I listen to any music, but luckily it does not interfere with me enjoying music in a pure sense too. I always listen 2 times, once for fun, then again for ideas/critiques. Anyway, I am glad you liked the music and idea here.
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Confounded said 3218 days ago (November 28th, 2008)
: )
yes, and the way you're doing it is so good, I always enjoy reading your comments.

Bests
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MarkHolbrook said 2892 days ago (October 20th, 2009)
This is kewl!
I will click on the Lobster link and get surf and turf! Nicely done!
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