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Gin and UTonic


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Diviner

 Genre: Experimental

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I have just bought a vst drum machine from Sonic Charge and its brilliant. Its not cheap and you can get it for the Mac as well. Also I have finally worked out how to use the midi envelopes for midi learn and the AudioRealism Bassline responds to it. So this track was thrown together just now to see how each thing works.
My next purchase will be the Alchemy synth from Camel Audio so will save up for that, and of course Macjams will be the first to hear any new tracks from that beauty as well.
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Uploaded: Sep 30, 2008 - 04:11:44 PM
Last Updated: Sep 30, 2008 - 04:11:44 PM Last Played: Feb 05, 2015 - 11:22:22 PM
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Electric Lobster said 3246 days ago (September 30th, 2008)
Groovy !
But the picture does not correspond with the sound :)
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Skean said 3246 days ago (September 30th, 2008)
Cool
What a great bass on that drum machine sounds great, cool work here my friend dig it... Cheers
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ElPeruano said 3245 days ago (October 1st, 2008)
nice bass and beat
i love experimental tracks. . . and I mean that in the literal sense: when you are just messing around with new software and techniques. they tend to sound very fresh and inspired, much like this one.

I dig it.
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architechgnosis said 3244 days ago (October 2nd, 2008)
Sounds great
there's a good groove here that goes all the way through... sounds like its building up to something, but just 'exits'.
Some of your lead synth sounds suffer from 'techno blues' (ie too dry/mono/straight) at about 25secs in. give it a good dose of reverb, or flange, to separate it from the groovy bass.
Can't tell with these earphones if you've got enough bass sub-octaves. Regardless, I think you should bring your bass drum forward into the mix a bit (only a little).
davajonah said 3244 days ago (October 2nd, 2008)
Yes!
A silent break here and there would be good. I like the FX 2/3 way through and near to the end. Yes, agree about the bass - pump it up a bit!

Cool experiment. I like doing those!
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said 3244 days ago (October 2nd, 2008)
Hey! This rocks!
New toys=new sounds! At least, that's always been my experience.

Groovacious bass licks throughout. Interesting drum track. Nice change up in the middle!

Good stuff Keith!

Be well!
rsorensen said 3243 days ago (October 3rd, 2008)
oh man
those beats sound good. great purchase man, and well worth it if you're going to post stuff like this. i can tell you really like the drum machine becasue this is a very inspired piece. parts of your synth work reminds me a little of daft punk. great mix and great job
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timothy devine said 3241 days ago (October 5th, 2008)
love the mellotron sound in the back
great groove
reminds me of Herbie Hancocks 'Rocket"
nice listen
cool
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Diviner said 3238 days ago (October 9th, 2008)
Thanks Guys
Really appreciate all your comments on this experiment. I will take all the comments on board and put them into the next tracks. Thanks again.
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Name: Keith Low
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Experimental music is any music that challenges the commonly accepted notions of what music is. There is an overlap with avant-garde music. John Cage was a pioneer in experimental music and defined and gave credibility to the form. As with other edge

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