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Ahh, this came just when I needed a break from studying!
I really dig dream of the feast, incredible that that was your first
recording. It had some really coool parts! I love the feel of it, and the
subby bass. Great!
Gonna keep listening later on! Good stuff as usually Julien =)
On Tue, Dec 25, 2012 at 2:42 PM, Julien Claassen wrote:
> Hello everyone!
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Ahh, this came just when I needed a break from studying!I really di=
g dream of the feast, incredible that that was your first recording. It had=
some really coool parts! I love the feel of it, and the subby bass. Great!=
Gonna keep listening later on! Good stuff as usually Julien =3D)Regards,GabrielOn Tue, Dec =
25, 2012 at 2:42 PM, Julien Claassen <firstname.lastname@example.org> w=
=A0 I decided to do some house keeping and in that process stumbled across =
these forgotten pieces. I hadn't released them before. It's a colle=
ction of unused audio logos, background music and trailers. It also include=
s my first ever recordng on Linux, back in 2000.
=A0 Although it resids in the Nama folder and is linked from the Nama music=
page, only the most recent candidates were actually recorded with Nama. I =
hope you can enjoy a few of these or might even find a use for them. Some o=
f these aren't fully produced. This is to say, they aren't mixed an=
d fine tuned as much as it would normally happen.
=A0 Feedback is welcome. If you think, you may find a good use for one of t=
hem, do let me know. At the moment I'm keeping them free as in beer. Bu=
t that is simply to know, what's up with them. Unless the project of in=
accessibility or the "we hate Terry Pratchett front" comes knocki=
ng, I don't see any reason, why not to pass them along.
=A0 Warmly yours
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0Julien
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