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80's drumbeats with things thrown on top.
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Uploaded: Mar 18, 2018 - 04:21:28 PM
Last Updated: Mar 18, 2018 - 04:21:28 PM Last Played: Apr 03, 2018 - 05:00:32 PM
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grah3am said 34 days ago (March 18th, 2018)
Hey
This one got on board without any fuss. So, I writ this, David McNair drummed it and inspired it with said beats. Tom Hellsten did a mix of this, but not this one, as I'm learning the Mixbus and posted my version. I think it's a bit squished. But it's nothing compared to the fate of the veggies above.

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Vic Holman said 33 days ago (March 19th, 2018)
Bum Dagger
cool synth sounds and melody. captures the experimental 80's pretty well
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grah3am said 31 days ago (March 21st, 2018)
U - he synths and Jam pack stuff
I used variations of David's 80's drums to come up with tunes. We have one that sounds like a TV cop drama, which I'll maybe put up next. Thanks for the kind remarks, Vic.
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hackneybloke said 31 days ago (March 21st, 2018)
bum dagger
sounds like a character from whizzer and chips.
daleks on acid.
cool
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grah3am said 31 days ago (March 21st, 2018)
It's a failed product
For constipation sufferers. Can't imagine why no one bought it. Sweeny Toddler would have loved to own one for Dozy Dad. Ta for listening.
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sammydix said 31 days ago (March 21st, 2018)
Oh the
horror of it all! Even veggies don't deserve such a fate.
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grah3am said 29 days ago (March 23rd, 2018)
The hell that is Tatertown
Well, it IS a scene from King Leek, Shakespud's greatest tragedy. Ta for listening, Sam.
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Daugrin said 30 days ago (March 22nd, 2018)
Vegetable Torture!
Always a treat to hear your musical offerings. Funny about your thirst for violence. I can tolerate violence against veggies, as they number among the best of my friends, poor onion and celery stalk. Be free!
The soulful chord slides juxtaposed against the synth screams makes for grisly fun... the moaning bass holding everything together, there is even a space for a bit of single note soloing on the guitar. Fab!
Wouldn't be me without a nit, so, I agree the percussion is a bit fizzy, probably at 1k? Masking there on the bottom end with the bass, kick, and synth voicings, one voice per space now... easy to fix with eq.

Daug
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grah3am said 29 days ago (March 23rd, 2018)
Cheers, Daug
I must compare my and Tom's versions and see if he addressed those issues. (He probably did.) The title was just a working title, but then I realised that the synths sounded a bit like an onion in torment!
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J_Gretch said 27 days ago (March 25th, 2018)
The Bum Dagger
Layers of goodness.... :)
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J_Gretch said 27 days ago (March 25th, 2018)
The Bum Dagger
Layers of goodness.... :) ps love the turn around the 1:40 mark. This is a lot more sophisticated it seems on the surface,, nice piece man !
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grah3am said 27 days ago (March 25th, 2018)
Thank you, Mr G
This is one of three tunes based on similar 80's rhythms created by David McNair. It's my favourite, but they are all fun. I'm posting the last one in a few minutes.
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