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Offline Casper AudioGhost

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collage(2002)
« on: September 30, 2009, 04:54:05 pm »
very early track for me after about 6 months of tweeking premade riffs and making several tapes(lost unfortunately) i got a memory card and my tape deck broke so i bought 3 more memcards from pawn shop and sarted doing experiments with writing melodies and bass lines and cut n paste this track is heavily influenced by early 90's rave stuff        casper



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Re: collage(2002)
« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2009, 03:19:20 pm »
This was on MTV/MG? How did you create that intro sound.... I love that.

Wow. The reverb with the percussion is fantastic.

:49 oh.... like that (can't remember sample name) arp.
Very rave/trance yes..... I can picture chicks with glow sticks....
Not entirely sure what the vocal sample is saying.
1:45 nice drum fill to transition...
2:20 I like the synth with the subtle strings...
3:02 REALLY like that off/on melody... and wicked sound effect background.
3:45 particularly like the percussion and acid type sound.

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Re: collage(2002)
« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2009, 07:16:35 pm »
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Re: collage(2002)
« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2010, 10:34:15 pm »
I used to love the early rave music..this sounds just like it :)
nice stuff m8.
Got anymore like it?

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Re: collage(2002)
« Reply #4 on: July 26, 2010, 03:11:55 am »
thx eddy-i do have a lot of tracks like this-i made stuff for years on m2k for playstation-i really wish that i was having more luck with the pc version but i'm afraid i don't have to patience-the psx version is more about speed-however if i connect my usb keyboard that might help-at this point making tracks on jeskola has become so easy-i finally have collected over a years time a kit of virtual instruments and effects that are easy to make progressive electronica in minutes-sorry to ramble lol
here's a flash album of some more of my early tracks-lotta rave type stuff in it
http://www.archive.org/details/araveinmymind                                   casper

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Re: collage(2002)
« Reply #5 on: August 05, 2010, 05:11:02 pm »
well im new to timgul so im excited about listening to new tracks, particularly as im a up and coming record producer, looking for new talent :)
i thought id start in the trance section as this is what im most fond of.

hmmmmm, this is ok.
i would suggest building the sounds rather than slamming them in.
also a break would be nice, more reverb to make ur sounds stand out.
the strings could do with a lower string to give it more depth.
the bass needs reworking too.
with a bit more of a rework i think this could be half decent.
what are u using to produce?
i used to have a commodore which i made similar music on.
have you got anything better than this?
id be interested in developing your sound.

peace, xeronox records.

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Re: collage(2002)
« Reply #6 on: August 05, 2010, 06:45:20 pm »
hi-well i made this track as an experiment 8 years ago and i think for an experiment-it is not bad-you ask what i produce on-music in this section of the forum is made using codemasters music series software-i guess if u think that something i made years ago when i first started is ok i can take that as a compliment lol how come when i google your record label nothing comes up-i mean are u serious-do you have money to start a label?i think most guys who want to sell their music do it on itunes or cd baby or some site like that-good luck with your label-if i ever make a tune that meets your standards i'd be surprised-if u have music made with codemasters music series software i'd love to hear it                    casper

 

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