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Since my last homerecording a lot of time has passed. Now I bought Logic (again) and hope to find a way back making "music". I start with a guitar sound. Greetings from Berlin!
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Uploaded: Feb 04, 2017 - 03:16:09 PM
Last Updated: Feb 04, 2017 - 03:16:09 PM Last Played: Jan 08, 2018 - 09:33:12 PM
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richard13 said 677 days ago (February 6th, 2017)
Greetings from Canada
Sweet drone-y sounds create an interesting atmosphere or mood. Super soundtrack material. I like, and took a copy; thanks.
Check out my latest song called one last night with you
Calchas said 677 days ago (February 6th, 2017)
Welcome back Olaf...
Mysterious sounding! Like the mood here.

How does it feel to be back in the saddle?

Be well friend!
Check out my latest song called JUMP BACK
VicDiesel said 677 days ago (February 7th, 2017)
Nice work combining that guitar and the droning background to give a very spacial atmosphere.
Check out my latest song called All the Tea in China
musicmarket said 676 days ago (February 7th, 2017)
Thank you Richard, Michael and Vic
for taking the time to listen to the little piece. And also thank you for the "positive" assessments!
Michael: I'm not back in the saddle yet, but I've got one. ;)
Check out my latest song called Rauhes Lied (Rough Song)
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Name: Olaf
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