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Mite's Eye View


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threeshardvisage

 Genre: Techno
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This is a precussion piece I made recently
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Uploaded: Apr 05, 2006 - 04:36:13 PM
Last Updated: Apr 05, 2006 - 01:29:46 PM Last Played: Jun 30, 2019 - 05:08:32 PM
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charliechen said 4884 days ago (April 5th, 2006)
Challenging
For such a short and seemingly simple piece, this is quite challenging. I've now listened to it three times. What intrigues me is that it's a percussion piece whose time signature I cannot figure out. And I like that. It defies convention, makes me feel a little uncomfortable, and gets my brain working overtime.

Kinda cool.

Wouldn't even know where to begin to vote on it.

Cheers.
Check out my latest song called Sparkles in a Lullaby
threeshardvisage said 4884 days ago (April 5th, 2006)
Challenging
voting is lame anyway... thanks for listening... i think its just in 4/4 time, but
some of the beats are in unusual places, so i can understand how that would
be confusing... thanks for the listen, i hope you check out some of my other
pieces sometime
-miles
Check out my latest song called Unpredictable Monkey Storm
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Name: Miles J Briand
Location: Eugene Oregon USA
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I am just a college student with some synth/keyboard/piano skills that I try to use to make good music. I do not use premade loops, this is all stuff I recorded with midi/bitmapped. If you like my stuff, you can contact me, and I would be more than ... [see more]

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Techno is a form of electronic music that emerged in the mid-1980s and primarily refers to a particular style developed in and around Detroit and subsequently adopted by European producers. In addition, the term "Techno" is often inorrectly used in N

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