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Elastic Umbilical Chord


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TracyVosh

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This one needs to be played with a bit more but wanted to post anyway. There are some annoying sounds coming off the tail end of a few notes. I need to figure out how to pull that out (or drown it out).
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Uploaded: Oct 22, 2008 - 10:45:12 PM
Last Updated: Oct 22, 2008 - 10:45:12 PM Last Played: Jun 20, 2019 - 04:27:20 PM
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Feter said 3898 days ago (October 22nd, 2008)
Elastic Umbilical Chord
this is a cool sound track really ..lovely piano
work my friend despite the synth drum sound ...
all so good the feel of this song ...thnx alot
for sharin !
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TracyVosh said 3898 days ago (October 23rd, 2008)
Thanks a mill
Hey, thank you! I cannot take credit for the piano though, as these are all loops. I do wish I could play like that! Perhaps I'll get there one day.
DeputyDoofy said 3898 days ago (October 23rd, 2008)
Piano...
GB has some really good piano loops. You can really make some good tunes with those. I like the drum throughout. I happen to like a mixture of genres. Adds an extra dimension.... or so I think. :)
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PrototypeEightyOne said 3898 days ago (October 23rd, 2008)
yo
Awsome track i liked all the incorperated loops, i thought the synth kick drum was worked in nicely. This is my style of track, has a dark uncertain feel to it.. well done! enjoyed from start to finish
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TracyVosh said 3897 days ago (October 24th, 2008)
Thank you P
Sweet! Thanks a million...
kassia said 3898 days ago (October 23rd, 2008)
cool
This is cool! I love the tremolo and low strings underneath the piano. And I think you chose percussion/beats well for this one - not too overwhelming, just enough to really support the piece. Lots of emotions evoked by this piece. Great work putting this all together...I think the production is pretty good too. It needs a real ending though! Can't wait to hear where you take this. thanks for sharing it! And I haven't had a chance to welcome you to MacJams yet - so Welcome!
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TracyVosh said 3840 days ago (December 20th, 2008)
Thanks Kassia
That really means a lot to me, as your stuff is so amazing!
regulus said 3897 days ago (October 23rd, 2008)
We have a
new giant amongst us. For only have a minimal amount of contact to the music world with your past friends you certainly have absorbed the essence and are a muse unto your self.

So you got the keyboard and your on your way to a new career or you have great collection of loops you have become a loopateer like so many of us less endowed, instrumentally.

Have you thought about vocals.............?
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TracyVosh said 3897 days ago (October 24th, 2008)
Vocals
Thank you Regulus - you're words are inspirational, they really are! I am trying to work on vocals. It's been a difficult thing for me to get used to, but I think if I keep trying and messing with the layering of the sound of my voice, I'll get over my fear of hearing it through the mic - it adds a whole new dimension to the song and I'm all about dimension! lol
Moviz said 3897 days ago (October 24th, 2008)
I love
the mix of the shimmering violins along with piano in this and the tango beat adds to the air of mystery projected by those violins. Lovely piece, regards M
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TracyVosh said 3895 days ago (October 26th, 2008)
Thanks
...Moviz! I appreciate you stopping by for a listen and taking the time to make that wonderful comment!
guygrooves said 3894 days ago (October 27th, 2008)
For someone
who professes to not be able to play an instrument, I would wager a guess that when you do learn one, it will give you so very much more ability to create. Your sense for how a song should be structured and arrangement is almost unbelievable, in the sense that there is no training behind it. These pieces I have listened to are incredible to say the least. I think you may be on the threshold of discovering that your indeed a musician. I hope you decide to start lessons asap.
Peace
Guy
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TracyVosh said 3893 days ago (October 28th, 2008)
Wow
What an amazing compliment Guy! I can't thank you enough. You have just made my day, week, month, hell...the last 10 years! ...and you inspire me to keep pushing myself. I just got the keyboard in my hands yesterday so I'm on my way to, who knows, right?
sschedra said 3820 days ago (January 9th, 2009)
Great production
I would have to say that I agree with most of the testimonials here. Your ability to take these loops and conform them the moods of your music is really quite good. Learn the tools of your trade well and get those software instruments. You'll find that playing the notes through a keyboard is sometimes easier than finding the right loop. A lot of times I will find a string loop that I like, but can't find a good bridge part, so I just play the bridge on the keyboard mapped to an orchestral string of some kind. Its a lot easier than cutting loops with tweazers under a microscope.
Stephen
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TracyVosh said 3722 days ago (April 17th, 2009)
Ha!
That is a great way of putting it! Slowly but surely, I'm workin' it. Thank you immensely for your support Schedra!
Briguy777 said 2814 days ago (October 12th, 2011)
Euphonious arrangement
I really enjoyed that piece. It's difficult for me to blend Loops well. Too many choices. I Like what you did,
Brian
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Hmmmm...I guess you'll just have to listen to get the full scoop. I don't really know how to play any instruments so my music compilations mainly consist of loops, chopped, smothered and diced in an effort to create my own sound gravy (as much as I c... [see more]

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