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Thank You Lord for All the Fun


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richard13

 Genre: Funk

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I suddenly realized this was a Thanksgiving tune.

Another of my loops only efforts made a year or so ago, this one has three tracks of beats, a harmonica, some slap bass, and a Southern Rock Piano track played by the TAL NoizeMaker synth. Squirrel image by Marek Paluch at Pixdaus.com

Thank you all for visiting and getting some enjoyment from my efforts, and thank you Lord for all the fun ;-)
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Uploaded: Nov 24, 2011 - 07:45:25 PM
Last Updated: Nov 24, 2011 - 07:49:11 PM Last Played: Sep 02, 2017 - 10:26:51 AM
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oldlibmike said 2155 days ago (November 24th, 2011)
Fun indeed!
For a mostly looped piece, you manage to make the piece evolve and grow/shrink very well. I think the overall song plan is pretty good! I love the TAL too! Used it in the one-synth challenge for the first time and it is sitting there in my collection of synths begging to be used more :).
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ShadowofNine said 2154 days ago (November 25th, 2011)
Thank You Lord for All the Fun
Lots of recognized loops the Tal instrument change sounded great, nice work..
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TvRicky said 2154 days ago (November 25th, 2011)
Squirrel
Nice presentation and of course.. the musical journey of appreciation. Fine timing.

A SincerelyZipped, TvRicky
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Henke said 2154 days ago (November 25th, 2011)
I was just
raised out of my funk. This was good fun! And I almost skipped it because of the "funk"-tag... My my, these genres... Anyway, thank YOU Richard for this lovely little tune which made my smile much broader - now at night and on the bus this morning while using MJplayer ;-)

Take care,
Henke
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shavingronaldscar said 2154 days ago (November 25th, 2011)
that kick...
should be centred, along with the beef of the percussion. Let stereo fx in the upper register do your panning for you. Nice progression, though!
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Doug Somers said 2154 days ago (November 25th, 2011)
light and fun indeed!
Great looper that just begs for sunshine and blue skies. The synth is almost like steel drums and the whole thing is dancing with joy.

Doug
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Char said 2154 days ago (November 25th, 2011)
Travolta Squirrel
with a wild haircut. More fun than anything I've heard recently. You know that if the woodland creatures are busting moves, then you've certainly hit on the right mix. Thanks.
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Skean said 2153 days ago (November 26th, 2011)
Thank You Lord for All the Fun
Yeah! loops are fun to play around with, you did a great work, enjoyed…Cheers
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Jarvoid said 2153 days ago (November 26th, 2011)
Loopy poopy...
great fun with a real bounce to it ...and that squirrel...a Red I believe,ironically ...is certainly throwing a few shapes ...nice one

Jarvo
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RochaMalhada said 2153 days ago (November 26th, 2011)
I suddenly realized this was a Thanksgiving tune.
Damn sure a happy tune. "Feel Good" all the way...

Thanks for Giving... :)

. - Harold
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magnatone said 2153 days ago (November 26th, 2011)
All The Fun
what a totally FUN tune - great job Rich - and thank YOU for all the fun also!
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PeterB7858 said 2151 days ago (November 28th, 2011)
Modern funk meets electro-pop...
Modern funk meets electro-pop :-) Great mix happening here, Richard. Loops only - sounds more complex than that. Well done, Peter.
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VicDiesel said 2150 days ago (November 29th, 2011)
loopy
The problem with loops is always integrating them. Ok, drum, bass obviously works. Harmonica? Why not....

But then that DX7 piano?

Anyway, it's an uplifting piece of music. Enjoyed all the same.
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egobandit said 2150 days ago (November 29th, 2011)
Placement
Sounds like you had allot of fun on this one, it does sound like a celebration song!

upbeat and fun!
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gadzooks said 2149 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Thank You Lord for All the Fun
Excellent loopage and a fun piece! Enjoyed.
SG
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billykirsch said 2149 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Real fun
I'm just smiling to the music and the squirrel. Samba rhythms are uplifting by itself, and the piano is so beautifully naïve.
Love that harmonica, but I would like to hear more of it. Paraphrasing a very known producer: "I have a fever, and the only prescription is more harmonica"

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paul f. page said 2148 days ago (November 30th, 2011)
Yeah, Fun.
The beat is so engaging that one would have a difficult time not enjoying what you did with this. I'd love to hear a real melody spring out of this base, something to just let it all take off and dance like crazy. I am, though, amazed (as I have been before) that you can string together a bunch of loops and make them sound so good together. I wouldn't have any idea where to start with such a venture, but you seem to do it so effortlessly. This is cool.
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