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Oh Coast


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One track - second take. Makenoise 0-Coast and Arturia Microbrute share sequence data from Arturia Beatstep. Microbrute got gate and pitch - 0-Coast gate only, with its internal random step generator for pitch. New toy. Lots to learn
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Uploaded: Oct 29, 2017 - 08:11:45 PM
Last Updated: Oct 29, 2017 - 08:11:45 PM Last Played: Nov 18, 2017 - 01:03:21 PM
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Ed Hannifin said 22 days ago (October 29th, 2017)
I love the 'fur'....
...on those lowish notes...and the vibrato-ish delay on them... The lower sequence helps to flesh out and make less 'ping-y' the vibe of the whole track..It's very cool to hear you having fun with this, Kevin...
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bud said 22 days ago (October 29th, 2017)
Thanks, Ed - just getting going
To tell the truth - I laugh with some frequency while playing this thing (no pun intended). The furry track is the Microbrute and the vibrato is a Moogerfooger ring modulator. The best bang for your buck effects pedal I own. When I was playing guitar with A7 I ran it with two expression pedals. Tons of fun.
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Calchas said 21 days ago (October 30th, 2017)
Trippy!
Puts me in mind of lying in bed listening to my own head noise after a night of LSD. (I was 17 then, btw...)

Anyway, I dig this track! :-)

Be well friend!
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paul f. page said 21 days ago (October 30th, 2017)
"LIstening to...
...my own head noise."
Now THAT'S exactly it! I have been hearing this track for over 50 years. You've captured exactly the nervous synapses that drive the thoughts struggling for dominance in the brain. How did you do that? Fascinating montage of sound blips. Cool.
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paul f. page said 21 days ago (October 30th, 2017)
"LIstening to...
...my own head noise."
Now THAT'S exactly it! I have been hearing this track for over 50 years. You've captured exactly the nervous synapses that drive the thoughts struggling for dominance in the brain. How did you do that? Fascinating montage of sound blips. Cool.
Check out my latest song called Invention No. 76
Warren Smith said 19 days ago (November 1st, 2017)
Going somewhere
Sounds to have fun with, you can't beat that. Who knows where it will lead?
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PeterB7858 said 18 days ago (November 2nd, 2017)
Oh Coast
Hard to describe. Fun to listen to. I love the timbre of the lower register notes. Quirky but quite musical. Thanks.
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Loob said 14 days ago (November 6th, 2017)
Video game
soundtrack. Cound be coming from my old Atari! Cool!
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egobandit said 3 days ago (November 17th, 2017)
Wow
This sounds and looks like lots of never ending fun, this really pulsates and pushes through the already ringing in my ears but in a great way, ( suffer from bad tinittis) man I love this kind of stuff and experimentation I could see you pushing this further with more tracks and structure, very cool!
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Name: Kevin Bud Jones
Location: Brooklyn NY USA
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Born in Philly and living in Brooklyn, NY. My home studio work predates digital and my gigging experience was mostly in the early eighties. Lately I play out from time to time with Airport Seven and try to keep up with what's going on around here. Th... [see more]

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