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Uploaded: Nov 27, 2004 - 05:12:34 PM
Last Updated: Nov 27, 2004 - 03:05:12 PM Last Played: Jan 12, 2019 - 09:31:42 AM
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garageband with two jam packs
pooey said 5375 days ago (November 28th, 2004)
This sounds like a well-made demo track for the
jampacks. You know, like a sampling of some of the
different sounds available. In that sense, there is nothing
wrong with this.

However, it would be nice to hear what abstractreality
sounds like. Pick just a few of the elements you've used,
then make a song out of it (yeah the tough part). That
may involve singing a lyric, plunking a melody on the
keyboard, or recording yourself talking on the phone, or
whatever. Inject a bit of YOU into the piece. That would
be way more interesting and memorable.

Keep on trying!
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_nderscore said 5155 days ago (July 6th, 2005)
smooth mix
great advice from the pooster. i think you did a pretty great
job mixing tho. it's a lot more fun to throw some of your own
stuff in there.. then it just gets addictive. i liked the ending
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abstractreality said 5153 days ago (July 9th, 2005)
smooth mix
Thanks! I tried to submit other songs, but it takes so
long that it never gets done. I HAVE been working
on better ones lately. I'll be gone, so farewell.
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