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This is a snippet of a longer, Ethnic piece, that I am playing around with at the moment.

I'm melding various cultural sounds together and hoping that something comes out at the end.

Here is version #1.
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Uploaded: Jul 12, 2007 - 04:12:15 PM
Last Updated: Jul 12, 2007 - 04:12:15 PM Last Played: Nov 15, 2016 - 09:06:37 PM
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peacepiano said 3809 days ago (July 13th, 2007)
String Mix
Where did you get the string sound? It doesn't sound very African, but times well with the voices. A nice start, will there be some more variety in the final product?
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Reinholt56 said 3809 days ago (July 13th, 2007)
Not very African.....
The strings are various loops off of a free magazine DVD.

The African feel is basically the main singing loops and the 'rickety' way the strings fit with the singing.

Also in the mix are slide guitar (un-African) and a few more melded loops, from around the world.

It's just an experiment in Ethnic mixtricity.

There may not be a second mix, as my work today has thrown out a mix that is decidedly not African, at all and I don't want yet another headache trying to fit even more disparate pieces together in an almost sensible way.

Thanks for stopping by and listening.

Paul.
peacepiano said 3809 days ago (July 13th, 2007)
Paul
Sounds like I need to squeeze a couple bucks out of my budget and check out one of these magazines :)
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Reinholt56 said 3808 days ago (July 14th, 2007)
It could be a good investment.....
I buy 3 magazines with free DVD's that contain hundreds of loops, usually each month there is a theme for the samples, and the magazines have up to three loop creaters supply loops, in single note sequences, groups of samples that could be used to make a complete mix or Kits of samples, containing any mixture or all of the following: Drums, Percussion, Bass, Fx, Keyboard, Guitar, Voice.

I buy the magazine and go through all these, every month.

There are also tutorials, reviews, videos, other peoples tunes and demo/free software for both Mac's and PC's and so it can help pass an hour or two or give you ideas when you're without any.

Take care.

Paul.
legato said 3807 days ago (July 15th, 2007)
A Delicious Blend...
Pretty wild Paul, culture mix to serve up a delicious blending of flavors for all to enjoy. The ethnic samples give a festive African type feel, which i liked very much. The stings were nice, but the country steel guitar sounds made the piece for me. All in all a cool blend which was very refreshing to my ears. Bravo my friend.

Patrick
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Reinholt56 said 3805 days ago (July 17th, 2007)
Hey Patrick
Glad you enjoyed the mix.

The sounds were all just waiting for me to mix them together. I couldn't resist the blending of these different cultures, to share with my friends in the MJ-World-Village.

The reference to Swahili (Jambo) is probably wrong as the singing is a recording of Zulu warriors and I don't think that their language is Swahili but when you mix slide, African voices and Motown sounds I guess things can become a little less focused than it should be.

Take care.

Paul.
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