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Graf Zeppelin


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My take on the Zeppy Collab.
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Comments: 6
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Downloads: 83
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Uploaded: Jul 27, 2009 - 10:50:28 PM
Last Updated: Jul 27, 2009 - 10:50:28 PM Last Played: Apr 24, 2015 - 04:54:30 PM
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Hardware:
Jim Edwards: No-name Romanian violin, lots of f/x
Bud: Whatever he used
Software:
Jim Edwards: Acid Music Studio 7
Bud: Whatever he used
Comments
Feter said 2889 days ago (July 28th, 2009)
Graf Zeppelin
Loved the groove on the rhthym guitar ...this
sounds so cool with the fiddle ...someplaces
the fiddle goes bit higher than the band ...
loved this ....thnx alot for sharin !!!
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Calchas said 2889 days ago (July 28th, 2009)
Fun take
on this collab Ren. Enjoyed!

Be well friend!
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ramonaji said 2886 days ago (July 30th, 2009)
this is great!
Wow! Excellent work!
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MarkHolbrook said 2885 days ago (August 1st, 2009)
Excellent
wow... Simply excellent... Now I want a violin!!! Nicely done.
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davisamerica said 2885 days ago (August 1st, 2009)
wow and wow!
I am talking to you on chat and have asked what you are using... violin ...man this is pretty amazingly cool. downloaded indeed!!
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PsalmsProgressions said 2828 days ago (September 26th, 2009)
Dude!
this is wild... sythesized cello?
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Progressive rock (shortened to prog, or prog rock when differentiating from other "progressive" genres) is an ambitious, eclectic, and often grandiose style of rock music which arose in the late 1960s, reached the peak of its popularity in the early

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