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JP5 experiment and other things I don't even know where they came from.
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Uploaded: Apr 22, 2006 - 11:51:46 AM
Last Updated: Apr 21, 2006 - 08:43:03 PM Last Played: Jul 21, 2019 - 01:45:26 PM
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said 4868 days ago (April 22nd, 2006)
Wow! Awesome soundtrack this! Magnificent use of space and sound.
This piece is a kickin' groove. Way to go!

said 4867 days ago (April 23rd, 2006)
good experiment
looks like you are having some fun with JP5 there. I have not
checked all the loops out yet, but it sounds that there is
some good stuff in there.
Nicely put together with just the right amount of weirdness, I can
hear a little "medieval" part somewhere towards the end....
Interesting mix of genres.

Cheers J.K

leonardo21 said 4865 days ago (April 25th, 2006)
Definitely one of the best songs I heard here. You sure got amazing
music knowledge to be able to put something like this up. I listened to it
3X already. Totaly dig it.
AquilA said 4865 days ago (April 25th, 2006)
Interesting Track,
but I've got to say, I'm more curious about the whole 'Alfie', 'Eivets
Rednow' angle? What's up with that?
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Rami La said 4865 days ago (April 25th, 2006)
Create a new box...
... instead of thinking outside the same old one.

"Red Noweivets Elttil", the complete and proper name, as well as myself, were
born in a state of mind where the indigenous people were considered so
"backwards" in their way of thinking, that technology dictated their advances
and contradicted evolution. Many neophytes also fell prey to their
"awareness" and "societal logic", that they, too, became stagnant.

I hope that clears up the matter.

Rami la Tsuj
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composerclark said 4864 days ago (April 26th, 2006)
Heterogeneous Blend
I like the way you blend such different styles of music into one piece, kind
of like randomly switching radio stations, except this is organized. It's
very strong. The only thing I'm not crazy about is the fake choir sounds,
partly because I rarely like fake choir sounds, and partly because the first
time they occurred, I didn't really understand what they were doing there.
Nevertheless, I congratulate you, as this is an exceptionally good piece.

I must admit, though, that I have no idea what your cryptic response to
AuillA's equally cryptic comment means. Is this some kind of an "in" joke
or am I missing something that should be obvious?
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Stun Nutz said 4864 days ago (April 26th, 2006)
You know...
...here is another instance where I know most (or all?) of these are
loops, but you have arranged them in a very interesting and
enganging way. I was interested from the start and stayed
interested through to the end. You may want to check out
Cydniko's work... he does a great job with loops as well...
blending beats and exotica with cinematic (orchestral) elements...
good work!
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said 4864 days ago (April 26th, 2006)
and eclectic...very nice loop composition...Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So, La, Si, Do...Ra, Mi, La...I like that toy figurine...looking forward to hearing more tunes from you...(perhaps some more Zappa-esque vocal tunes?)....don't forget to put your lips together and blow
MissChaos said 4611 days ago (January 4th, 2007)
Hey, this is some uber crazy stuff here, Rami. I love the mixing -- the bass is rocking my desk here. Never thought I'd hear some of those loops put together like this. You've quite the ear, my friend. La la la. Nice!
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said 4306 days ago (November 5th, 2007)
Oh, I get it!
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