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Amazed by your versatility: it has a specific blend of genres that are
unique in each section.
I think they work very well together: impressive blending them together and
still sounding coherent.
Lovely pads sounds, vocals, and production.
On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 11:49 PM, Julien Claassen wrote:
> Hello everyone!
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Lovely pads sounds, vocals, and production.Congratulations!On Tue, Au=
g 20, 2013 at 11:49 PM, Julien Claassen <email@example.com> wrote:
=A0 Here is the serious piece of electronic music. Rather more depressive t=
han I would have predicted.
=A0 First though I have to express my gratitude to Alison Utter for the swe=
et vocals, that she has supplied. Thanks! And then we have the links:
=A0 And the lyrics:
=A0 Or you can access it all from the music page:
=A0 Now about that song: technically speaking I used a lot of Midish and Na=
ma. And for the first time I really came to appreciate Ecasound's LV2-s=
upport. So also a big thanks to Jeremy Salwen, who contributed that feature=
=A0 Musically, this is a mixture of different influences. I'm still not=
sure, if it should be categorised as pop or electronica. there's some =
dubstep in this, as well as some hiphop - in German! :-) - and some basic d=
epressive pop. As to instruments used: almost everything I have at my dispo=
sal. In software I only used LinuxSampler for the Solina sample. Thanks to =
the friend, who made a present of it to me! It's a versatile instrument=
=A0 This latest experiment concluded, I will just lean back and relax. As e=
ver: feedback is very welcome!
=A0 Warm regards and enjoy
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0Julien
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