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Mendel's Ratio


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davajonah

 Genre: Ambient

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Fourth in the scientist series. Eleven tracks, eight with the Zebra, two with the Albino and a Logic bass setting. Slow and gentle, with the same "bell" settings as the others in this set.

Have a listen. Hope you like it!
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Hits: 2944
Comments: 30
Fans: 16
Plays: 228
Downloads: 90
Votes: 1
Uploaded: Nov 01, 2009 - 01:16:31 PM
Last Updated: Nov 01, 2009 - 01:16:31 PM Last Played: Nov 09, 2017 - 12:06:48 AM
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Hardware:
iMac, Korg Nanokey, Rokit 5s, Rizla, Golden Virginia, Twinning's Orange Pekoe.
Software:
Logic 8, Zebra 2, Albino 3, DubStation AU
Comments
crissew said 2940 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
Such an interesting
muse to use for music. Very relaxing sounds. Full yet empty soundbed. Well done song!
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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Full yet empty!
I like that observation. Thanks!
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Feter said 2940 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
Mendel's Ratio
Bells and some vibes can bring good music and
they are really so relaxing and thoughtful ..
it reminds me of some far east music ...good
job ...thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Thanks Feter
Yes, I like bells and vibes. You noticed! ;)

Cheers for dropping by.
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Henke said 2940 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
Wow,
that's just beautiful! Lovely, meditative, a wee bit melancholy (which I like) and, well, beautiful! Thanks for the download.

Take care.

/Henke
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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Thanks Henke
My pleasure brother. Our tastes ate similar, as you know, when you say you've downloaded, that pleases me no end.
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jiguma said 2940 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
Spot on!
Ah "The Mendelian ratios, in which paired diploid genes segregate into haploid gametes and the gametes of different individuals then combine at random, is the basis of all the theory of population genetics".

A perfect musical interpretation Dave ;) And may I say you've explained Gregor's theory beautifully.

Seriously, lovely sounds and a moving experience.
Neil
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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Haha!
Well I didn't know that. It was my son, [who's a geneticist btw] who came up with the scientist theme idea. I liked the idea and these tunes are all for him. [Though I know he prefers a bit of grunge or emo really!] I don't know a thing about Mendel's Ratio! Pavlov's Dogs is to be the fifth and final one. Bit more up your street? ;)

Thanks Neil. Appreciate your comments.
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Jim Bouchard said 2940 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
love it!
Have you checked out Synplant? some of the sounds remind me of that synth: http://www.soniccharge.com/synplant

This is very nice, I like the sort of halting rhythm that you have in the bells...feels regular but irregular at the same time. Not exactly easily grasped but not difficult at the same time. Neat-o!
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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Thanks Jim
Glad you like it! I've got the Synplant btw. It's a strange synth, to say the least. I only had the trial version and didn't buy it when the trial ended. [It keeps reminding me :-(] Maybe I should give it another go!

Thanks once again for stopping by and listening.
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sloparts said 2940 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
Interesting piece Dave
Love the beginning, and as I listen further it seems to develop nicely. Beautiful tone all around, but that bell sound is wonderful. This is a very relaxing piece my friend. It doesn't put you to sleep as much as it allows you to get into a meditative state, if you'll let it.

Lovely work Dave

Ed
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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Thanks Ed
The bell sound [or is it a vibe?] Is like nothing I've ever heard. It's a Zebra preset called "Phibes" that I've tweaked some. I really like it, and have used it in all this series of tunes. [and some others too] I'll have to stop using it after the final piece!

Thanks again. It's really nice getting positive comments from "songsmiths" for my instrumental efforts, I have to say!
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Ex_Silentio said 2940 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
Mendel
Well, I do believe this is my favorite so far in the scientist series. Brilliant. No need to break that down. Everything is perfect.
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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
You say the nicest things!
And you can't get better than perfect.

I know you like this sort of stuff, so your comments mean a lot to me. Thanks!
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Vic Holman said 2940 days ago (November 1st, 2009)
great piece
very fluid. a enjoyable listen that actually wound me down. ahh
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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Vic
We all need to wind down don't we? I get stressed to hell making these laid back, relaxing tunes. Sort of defeats the object really doesn't it! :-D

Glad you stopped by and relaxed anyway. Thanks!
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kingbee said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
music for films
reminded me of some of Eno's ambient stuff.
Don't know anything about mendel's radio but this a lovely piece.
I must stop listening to your stuff before I'm meant to be doing something important ;-)
I just want to chill out instead
Greta stuff
cheers

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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Thank you
Being compared to Eno will do for me! Seriously, he's in another league entirely, way above me. But I try.

And you don't have to stop listening you know. ;)

Thanks very much.
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Reinholt56 said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Hi Dave......
Another very enjoyable trip down Theorist Lane. I remember he had a fixation with peas, the legacy of which has carried on for generations and will most likely carry on for a good while longer.

Take care.

Paul
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davajonah said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
Thanks Paul
Only one more to go now.

As for the peas, I doubt they are in danger of extinction just yet. I had an allotment for a few years [bindweed and mares tail forced me to give up. Like cockroaches, those weeds would, I am sure, survive a nuclear attack] on which I grew peas, amongst other stuff. Tasty they were too. I loved that plot of land, but the work was back-breaking and a lack of spare time forced me out.

Great of you to stop by and pass a comment! Thanks again.
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Moviz said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
soothing
warm and vast.... it puts me in mind of life under the sea. I just watched David Attenborough's TV film 'Life' about fish and when I heard this, I kept mentally going back to those blue fan wafting depths full of life.... very relaxing Dave, regards M
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davajonah said 2934 days ago (November 7th, 2009)
Thanks Mo
No, it wasn't fish he studied, but peas. Not exactly vast, or a subject for an Attenborough documentary really! I jest.

Thanks again Mo. :-)


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ic42 said 2939 days ago (November 2nd, 2009)
i was never dominant at recess
gently patterned theme seems to mutate between instruments in each section. it is a soft theme, simple and satisfying. it sounds algorithmically right up my alley. nice voicings.
ttfn,
Drakonis
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davajonah said 2934 days ago (November 7th, 2009)
Al Gore Rhythms
Friend of mine did a piece called just that!

Thanks Drak - kind comments as always.
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richard13 said 2935 days ago (November 6th, 2009)
Lovely, Dave
and the only thing Eno has on you is more fans maybe, but if you keep this up....
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davajonah said 2934 days ago (November 7th, 2009)
Haha!
I wish! Actually, I wish I had his money, more so than his talent. ;-)

Thanks Rich, very kind of you.
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Boundless said 2934 days ago (November 7th, 2009)
How lovely
Beautiful soundscape.

Delightful.

Merci !
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lengold said 2932 days ago (November 9th, 2009)
Gorgeous
Cheers
Len

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Doug Somers said 2892 days ago (December 20th, 2009)
pinging
The bed has a strong ability to lull me off into a trance but the leads and their rhythm surprises keep pulling me back and keeping attention sharp. The panning is a great touch here too. Cool piece!

Take care,
Doug
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PaulaMunk said 1961 days ago (July 7th, 2012)
I actually can feel this music
travel down my spine. You must be hitting the right sounds that tweak nerves and release energy leaving warmth and satisfaction behind. Yes, it is that good.
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Ambient music is a loosely defined musical genre that incorporates elements of a number of different styles - including jazz, electronic music, new age, rock and roll, modern classical music, reggae, traditional, world and even noise.

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