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Subject: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
Original Message 1/19 27-Mar-01 @ 01:07 AM - new track from ghost b - enjoy!
it's up on DT, and on the mp3 page above...
any comments/criticisms welcome.
Message 2/19 27-Mar-01 @ 03:07 AM - RE: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
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I had an idea for a script once. It's basically Jaws except when the guys in the boat are going after Jaws, they look around and there's an even bigger Jaws. The guys have to team up with Jaws to get Bigger Jaws. I call it... Big Jaws!
Message 3/19 27-Mar-01 @ 04:33 AM - RE: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
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good job, keep up the good work
Message 4/19 27-Mar-01 @ 05:24 AM - RE: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
Good production ghost b! You've got some
sweet drum samples, and I really noticed the
work you did on the basslines. Good stuff, and
if i may ask, how do you program that "flip/flop"
bass sound on a synth? it's kinda like the mr.
oizo bass sound. I'm guessing lfo that is
messing with either the pitch or cutoff. Do tell
and keep it up bro!
Message 5/19 27-Mar-01 @ 05:28 PM - RE: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
Is that you in the pic?
Message 6/19 27-Mar-01 @ 06:12 PM - RE: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
please please do the download/hi-fi if you like the lo-fi... I put a few incidental sounds and extra drum tracks in there that don't come out so well at 24Kpbs, and they add something....
the drum samples are mostly very layered hits, with 2 or 3 individual samples triggered at once. I copy the midi drum track to a new track, assign a new channel playing the same type of sound, and layer that sound with the original.
Lightyear, the bass is from a novation bass station... I found that if I put a series of notes alternating between 2 different note values, and overlap the end of one with the beginning of another, it flops nicely, kind of like a bend:
note value 1: ---- ---- ----
note value 2: ---- ---- ----
each '----' is one note, not 4 notes...
Now that I think about it, that might be pretty sinister if you only put the two note values 1 or two semitones apart, like maybe just at the end of a measure for a little dip.....
that's the bass from the section starting at 1:50.
the other, faster wobble at the end of the measures between :50 and 1:30 is a very delayed pitch LFO.
hey there dZ, that's my wife and our dog, in the snowy woods of Maryland last winter....
Message 7/19 27-Mar-01 @ 06:14 PM - RE: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
the note 1 and 2 thing didn't come out so well...
Message 8/19 27-Mar-01 @ 06:15 PM - RE: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
Message 9/19 27-Mar-01 @ 06:52 PM - RE: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
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Message 10/19 28-Mar-01 @ 12:01 AM - RE: new track from ghost b - enjoy!
here's the dog's "eaten" list: $80 cash (2 installments), 100 or so paper towels and napkins, 2 chew toys, 1 KONG toy (we thought she'd met her match with the KONG, but NO), 2g sticky green bud w/ baggie, a washcloth, assorted street garbage, 16oz. assorted chocolates, 40-50 cigarette butts...
it took us a while to figure out that the cigarette butts were missing....
oh, the joy of pet ownership.
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