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A futuristic operation.
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[ transmission ]

make up your mind / make him fly / make up your mind / don't feel shy
just one word / in your binary phase / give him one word / in your binary space /

transmission of love / transmission of love /

make up your mind / operate / make up your mind / make yourself a world
deviate / and concentrate / close your eyes / login: and transfer /

transmission of love / transmission of love
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Uploaded: Oct 12, 2004 - 08:56:59 PM
Last Updated: Oct 11, 2004 - 08:47:08 AM Last Played: Jun 16, 2015 - 03:24:28 AM
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_nderscore said 4878 days ago (October 14th, 2004)
turn it up a bit
the volume seems WAY too low on this one-making some
of the background hard to hear. you have created an
excellent mood & i appreciate the futuristic slant. i wish
more people would realize that it's 2004 & update their
mindset. it's not the 1900's any more.. let it go
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mikkinylund said 4877 days ago (October 15th, 2004)
turn it up a bit
Wow, you're right, it's way too low, I didn't listen to the song after uploading
it and had no idea!? The funny thing is that it sounds perfectly fine on my
machine, I've never heard of anything happen to a song while uploading it!? I
am going to upload it again and see what (if anything) happens. Thanks for
pointing it out.

Not sure I follow you regarding the 04 vs last Century? If you ask me, I do
music from my heart and mind, and doesn't really matter what style of music
comes out of me. It's not that easy, but it works, and it makes the creative
development so much more filled with surprises. I basically do anything from
Tango music, to heavy punk/gothic rock, from 80's style blip-blop, to
whatever comes out of me. I see a picture, and I paint it with tunes. Hm,
perhaps this topic would make up for a good discussion in the forum?

Okay, now, let's check out your songs...
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TobinMueller said 4864 days ago (October 28th, 2004)
Hauntingly thin, like binary code floating
After listening to 2 previous submissions, I like your
vocals in this much better. Sounds real, honest. I like the
lyrics, the minor sense to the chorus. Floating and
hauntingly thin and flat, in a way that is consistent with
the concept. Nice track.
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mikkinylund said 4864 days ago (October 28th, 2004)
Hauntingly thin, like binary code floating
Thanks Tobin... It's a bit of a "taking chances" approach still when it comes
to recording and mastering my songs. I know for sure my hardware is not up
to the task (need a mic, a pre-amp or some other way to input it rather than
just going directly into the computers small audio input)... So, everything is
recorded on the left channel, I take the recording and turn into stereo, add FX
if needed etc. The mic really suck - it's $10 piece - and it only picks up
sound if I sing directly into it - as soon as I happen to move the mic slightly,
the sound dissapear or cchanges drastically... As of such my voice always
tends to be very unbalanced... BUT, they are songs, right! :) That's what
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Electronic dance music is a broad set of percussive music genres that largely inherit from 1970s disco music and, to some extent, the experimental pop music of Kraftwerk. Such music was originally borne of and popularized via regional nightclub scene

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