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A layered piece celebrating the basic right of pretension - Ayn Rand would smile (or grimace)
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Uploaded: Apr 09, 2008 - 08:43:48 PM
Last Updated: Apr 09, 2008 - 08:43:48 PM Last Played: Jul 01, 2019 - 11:12:35 PM
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Heightened said 4179 days ago (April 10th, 2008)
Me likey! Pretty good. No wait, OUTSTANDING!
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said 4179 days ago (April 10th, 2008)
Relentless ...
and addictive. I think it's the combination of the 1-2-3-4 bass, the dreamy synth backdrop, the lack of chord changes, and the fact that you avoided a 1-2-3-4 kick track, thereby avoiding the disco feel. Nice work. Rand would only wonder if your song is contributing to the cult of collectivism. I think you're OK, but she might wonder why you connect hubris (excessive pride) with her.
magnatone said 4179 days ago (April 10th, 2008)
First of all, great reference to Ayn Rand - I read everything of hers a thousand years ago. Whether she'd smile or grimace - who cares? This is GREAT - I agree with previous posts, this remains extremely interesting throughout, great sounds, changes - it's driving but not mind numbing in the least. Keeps me wanting more - I was sad when it ended (how about an extended version??)
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oldlibmike said 4179 days ago (April 10th, 2008)
Thanks for the interest and the listen! I haven't been recording anything for some time and had this in progress for quite awhile. I agree its rather short. I was worried about it getting repetitive and not sure where else to take it. I may get back to it for a longer version.

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said 4176 days ago (April 13th, 2008)
Soundscape lots of interesting elements- nice mix
very good production. Love the driving beat.
thanks for sharing. More please.
Peace Dee.
dajama said 4176 days ago (April 13th, 2008)
I like it
Nice beat and very cool sounds going on here. The mix is terrific and the production outstanding - lovely sound in the phones, with great bass. I think it could be longer, but at the same time it does its thing within its own time-frame. Maybe this is how long it needs to be? Very cool. Nicely done. Peace.
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IbotenicParadigm said 4174 days ago (April 15th, 2008)
I really like the changes in this. Organic techno.....
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Jarvoid said 4161 days ago (April 28th, 2008)
I took to
this almost straightaway...especially what I shall dub the growly bit about 90 secs in.Some potential for extending the recording here I do believe...greateroony.


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Name: Michael Taylor
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Got into MIDI with an early Soundblaster AWE-32 and Cakewalk and later rediscovered with my Apple and Garageband and now with Logic 9 and Akai EWI. Musical influences in no particular order: Steely Dan, Jefferson Airplane, Grateful Dead, Beatles, Je... [see more]

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Ambient music is a loosely defined musical genre that incorporates elements of a number of different styles - including jazz, electronic music, new age, rock and roll, modern classical music, reggae, traditional, world and even noise.

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