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Blue Silk


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DGO

 Genre: Electropop

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Description
Like most of my tunes this is an electronic soundtrack piece with more of a beat to it. It's part one of a three piece single.
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Hits: 2687
Comments: 6
Fans: 7
Plays: 68
Downloads: 145
Votes: 4
Uploaded: Apr 23, 2007 - 12:37:32 AM
Last Updated: May 26, 2007 - 04:20:00 PM Last Played: Jun 17, 2019 - 10:12:25 AM
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Korg Triton Extreme
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Comments
alexweiler said 4534 days ago (April 23rd, 2007)
Dreamy soundscapes
I like your melancholic melodies, that sound perfect to me. To my ears it would be worth working on the drums (refinements, variety) and some additional sounds. Nevertheless I like it as it is. Did you think about additional vocals? I'm looking forward to listen to part two and three.

I'm sure, the German Electropop band "Wolfsheim" could appeal to you ...
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Day For Night said 4534 days ago (April 23rd, 2007)
Nice and mellow
This has a very nice melodic feel, the sounds work well together, ethereal and funky. Might sound good with a few vocals or vocal samples thrown in?
Cheers
Steve
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drakonis said 4533 days ago (April 24th, 2007)
coolness!
I'd say "Welcome to Macjams", but it looks like you've been here awhile... I like the electronica you posted, and like the fractal artwork too. There's a nice longing slightly dark(wave) edge to this, which catches my attention. The orchestration is pretty good, but feels like it wants just a little more "something" (maybe drop to a more sparsely-instrumented section to give more dynamics through the piece?) And the drums seemed slightly out of place for this piece, I almost wanted to hear more synthy drums or more effected ones, but I'm not sure why the "regular" drumset sounded odd here (again, just my opinion.) Very intriguing first piece, I will watch for more of your pieces!
ttfn,
Drakonis
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Bubowski said 4531 days ago (April 26th, 2007)
Nice bit of Electronica
This is a really listenable piece of electronica. I like the forward movement and the variation of sounds and pacing. Production is clean and sharp. Thanks for sharing.
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MissChaos said 4530 days ago (April 27th, 2007)
Korg-a-licious
Hi DGO. Some saavy electronica here. I recognize those Korg sounds and some of the sequences. Of course, it's apparent you've got a keen sense for composition and orchestration, but the thing I notice in really good electronica that I like is a sense of transparency -- it's dense, yet uncomplicated. I think that's the case here in the songs I've heard from you. This light-hearted, simple time sig, and 'bubbly' tune reminds me a bit of some indie-artists I know. I like the note bends you use --not overdone and very deliberate. Kudos. Looking forward to more!
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Skean said 3167 days ago (January 19th, 2011)
Love it
I sure dig this, love it.. Thanks
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Name: John Aldrich
Location: Seattle WA USA
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Hello Macjamers. My name is John Aldrich, i'm 35 and my band name is "Digital Grey Orchestra". I am an audiophile that just can't stop listening, collecting and composing music. I have a particular fondness for electronic music and am here seeking... [see more]

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Genre Info
Electropop (also called Technopop) is a subgenre of synth pop music which flourished during the early 1980s, although the first recordings were made in the late 1970s. Numerous bands have carried on the electropop tradition into the 1990s and 2000s.

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