Re: [LAU] Music made with linux: Another classic ruined.

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To: Andrew C <countfuzzball@...>
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Date: Monday, July 8, 2013 - 9:22 am

Hello Andrew!
In comparison to the original it is ruined. But at least it's thourroughly
ruined, so that is alright. :-) Good 80s sound, using the alesis HW16 drumkit.
One of the soundfonts, that was floating around?
The thing, that realy interests me, is how you got the lead and where you
got it from? There's obviously some distortion.At first I thought it was a
Nordlead3 program, but then I recognised the differences. But the lead was a
fantastic decision. In the beginning it sounded almost like the typical MIDI
file player of dubious quality, but that lead lent some live and motion to it.
there's not much movement in the sound itself, but the way you played it and
its own sonic character contrasted very well with the rest.
In keeping with the road of your piece
Best
Julien :-)

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Re: [LAU] Music made with linux: Another classic ruined., Julien Claassen, (Mon Jul 8, 9:22 am)
Re: [LAU] Music made with linux: Another classic ruined., Julien Claassen, (Mon Jul 8, 10:37 am)