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The Uncle Wiggily Game



 Genre: Dance-Club

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All loop piece to check out the Free loops from Access and Bitshift. Named after a kid's game stored in my office. It sort of lopes along.
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Comments: 8
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Uploaded: Feb 09, 2004 - 10:58:30 AM
Last Updated: Sep 15, 2005 - 11:34:37 PM Last Played: May 27, 2019 - 10:44:39 PM
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ka-klick said 5668 days ago (February 14th, 2004)
Well, the upload script didn't work right when I submitted this. Maybe that's
one reason it hasn't got much comments or ratings. It's an all loop piece
exploring the sonic possibilities of the 2 free loop libs that I'd downloaded
plus GB stock and JPfGB loops. Some people really like to posture about loop
use and say it doen't take any creativity, but I actually find it an interesting
challenge to take a pallette of loops and combine them in such a way as to
actually make something sound grounded and interesting. If you want to get
a real take on creativity as it applies to music, read "Silence" by John Cage
sometime. It's a real eye opener as to the nature and value of music and to
the value of the "rules" we continue to create and then break regarding

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macapa said 5667 days ago (February 14th, 2004)
Feels like a lot of work went into this one. I'm not always thrilled by where it
goes, but it had some originality many other songs lack.


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TobinMueller said 5666 days ago (February 16th, 2004)
I love the funk part of this song. The first part is trying to sound driving (I
think) but the edge is missing from the bass sound, at least for me, and I
wabnted it to pound more. But I can definitely dance to it, as Dick Clark
would say!

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ka-klick said 5660 days ago (February 21st, 2004)
Thanks guys. As for "driving" I think of this pice more as "loping" I was really
just going for something danceable (or good for excersize) - sounds like I got
that done. The bass sound (while probably most often used in more "driving"
sounds was actually chosen as a contrast to the more laid back, funky

Beauty should be edible, or not at all.
-- Dali
Check out my latest song called Big Bad World - Live 1-16-2009 plus - MJRF
nobunaga said 5563 days ago (May 29th, 2004)
several songs in one?
I like loop songs, I have no problem with them whatsoever. I'd have preferred this to be split into two songs though.
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thetiler said 5348 days ago (December 30th, 2004)
Nice dance stuff in there for sure
Not too many years ago people didn't know what loops
are and now people are turning it into a true art form.

Thanks for sharing

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said 5084 days ago (September 19th, 2005)
Wiggle it!
Snaggle it!
Heroin_Marys said 3670 days ago (August 3rd, 2009)
Incle Wiggily may be the scary ungle that wants you to sit on his lap, but I'll play that game if he's got funky Herbie Hancock jams like this!
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