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Cheers 

 

It's 'played' live with TR8-S doing drums and providing a trigger track for a TB-03. The TB-03 goes into the TR8-S and goes into an Analog 4 which does various donks, beeps and growls :)

 

Just muting / un-muting parts and twiddling some knobs before it gets piped through an Analog heat.
 

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My favourite of these was Wide Awake -- this track is mainly The Snowman remixed with Pop & Twinbee, both of which are questionable, although the track argues in favour of these as some kind of stopping point / generic abstract therapy node. The base genre for all these tracks was invented during GCSE music to wind up my teacher that locked me in a room after school (various illegal things). So all the stuff he considering anti-music: Gregorian chanting (Catholic), Happy Happy Hardcore and Gameboy (confiscated, and teachers never gave it back / went missing = nick shit from teenagers). That teacher wasn't legally allowed to also: feed my coursework to his dog or something, and the exam board can't legally confirm if your work was properly submitted either - some kind of paradoxical data protection scheme. GCSE... legally protecting kids since 1999... from themselves!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuwfgXD8qV8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0BWlvnBmIE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5Sd5c4o9UM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlyXNRrsk4A

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjwZAa2EjKA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F57P9C4SAW4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RMQksXpQSk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41i4uCWST_U

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqYxyd1iSNk

 

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I'm really not sure what this video is about, but it looks like something made by people who never had a domestic life of any sort - that were born in prison and can't leave?

Anyhow, the underlying composition is mainly Cotten-Eye Joe, Close Encounters and Rolf Harris - which is some post-South Park humour.
Where did you come from, where did you go?
Where did you come from, Cotton-Eye Joe?

 

Rolf came from a prison colony... and went back to prison? (not too much sarcasm I guess)

 

More important is I got to dance with Ellie at the school disco, cos everyone went beserker to Cotton-Eye-Joe. But only after numerous neath-death experiences like falling off a quad bike, having your solar plexus nearly broken by a fencing blade - Ellie, so obviously the karmic logic of the world ( / fish)  we have to harm each other to an equal amount first or afterwards.

 

 

Sabrepulse is a Hull musician I used to email, and had a brief stardom in the early iPhone games scene - this track is an earlier version of Summit (or sommat) recorded from the previous band. It was the band leaders directive to never make fixed tracks and only improvise according to Buddhist monk logic of impermanence, but clearly people had gadgets in their pockets and we were bootlegged.... even more, not less.

This one, hilariously - had more of the original remixed themes. So for instance there's Mary Poppins and ... at breakbeat techno speed, Somewhere Over The Rainbow... with epic kickbass stuffs. Alright... I'll get my coat... sorry.

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An extended rmx of a track I made a few years ago which I made around a sample of Shaker Aamer, who was held for 14 years without trial in Guantanamo. His story about watching ants whilst in solitary confinement. 

 

Used an 808, about 10 instances of Uhe's monosynth, and a load of tube emulation.

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The Sony conversion of Bladerunner2 uses C-Sound in a mutant 286 emulator, but badly done since they're a ninja kid that bashes buttons like myself. You sir can do better! Yes you! Save the C-Sound... save the C-Sound... !!!

He knows a CSOUND hero when he sees one. Too few characters out there, SYNTHING around like that saving old girls like me. And Lord knows, kids like JOE THE ROBOT need a hero—courageous, self-sacrificing people setting examples for all of us. Everybody loves a CSOUND hero. People line up for them…cheer them…scream their names. And years later, they’ll tell how they stood in the rain LIKE TEARDROPS for hours just to get a glimpse of the one who taught them to hold on a second longer. I believe there’s a CSOUND hero in all of us…that keeps us honest…gives us strength…makes us noble…and finally allows us to die with pride, even though sometimes we have to be steady and give up the thing we want the most – even our dreams. SKRILLEX did that for HJOE THE ROBOT and he wonders where he’s gone. He needs him

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https://soundcloud.com/user-419351388/mononoco

 

Sunvox improv made after watching 10 episodes of Charmed in a row - weird show, but I think this might be a rebuild of California Gurls from JOE THE ROBOT land (features Goodfellas scene). It could have been called San Franzisco Boyz, but I went with an Iron Man 2 reference: would movie peeps really get into an F1 racing car... the ultimate live improvisation of death and mayhem?!?! Actually, that would be forklift truck (I'm banned from getting my license now, sadface... I waz too gud for dis crool wurld).

 

INTELLIGENCE REPORT: Seal of Quality winkwinkwink.

 

Mononoco has been self-censored anyway, because the source WAV file is overly harsh and I went too far - it isn't fun at all.

 

 

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This track was made after someone requested Coltraine on Radio-4 as easy listening for their spouse, so I went and updated Coltraine, with elements of Sun Ra and Thelonious Monk - there's also a peer conversation with chiptunes album Confessions in a Chatroom.

 

JAMMA is the closest thing I have to a jazz saxophone, and the pseudo-sim going on here is fairly accurate to what a 90's arcade sounded like, except for recursive Goldenaxe fantasy - namely that Galaga or other space games had been replaced with Top Gun clones and didn't exist in the setting any more than ridable dragons.

 

The locations were generally hell on earth, since old cabinets had ripped speakers and arcade operators simply turned up the amplifiers; subwoofers all started to to merge into a death drone while games resorted to using the glass and metalwork to fire sonic rays in every direction, and with 100 of these running at once in mutual combat or attention seeking, it was something of a horrible orchestra - except that arcade staff being accustomed to the racket started becoming editors of a 4th dimensional time-space concerto by tactically moving the positions of cabinets, and it ended up making a weird kind of song you could walk through in maze directions, like a landscaped garden.

 

For kids who grew up with this, the soundscape was heaven rather than hell, and we would often replicate it by putting every gadget in a bedroom to maximum volume all at once - TV, handhelds (in the Game & Watch era people often owned over 20), stereo, your walkman plugged into mini-speakers, whatever.

 

There's a lot of counterfact about the location, but talking rubbish isn't a good idea since you never met Gaz, Baz, Daz or whoever the leading high score night-owl was you could never beat. There's an account of who these people were in the TV show This Life, which was somewhat dark and disturbing even at the time - but the people who finally completed JAMMA games on a single credit were part of a gay scene with heavy amounts of domestic abuse going on. We met top players occasionally in the teenster daylight hours, but stood at least 7 meters away for personal safety - if you take a game like Goldenaxe, then two of my male mates would play this with the beta-male playing the dwarf, until they finally got pissed off at the humiliation of being small and I then took over as the vixen-babe until the two of us died like Romeo and Juliet... since operators set this game on maximum difficulty. The 30 year old Otaku guy would then take over and finish your game in a fucked up state of proxy-rage, grinding teeth like an insane wolf, and you were basically just grateful to be seeing the legendary ending with all the rainbows and weird stuff. There's then a moment between Romeo & Juliet, and Gaz, whereby you see in his face a massive amount of regret that you're supposed to be his kids, but he also sees in your demeanor a kind of validation that he can be your cool JAMMA godfather, since your real dad is probably a pussy at Goldenaxe due to all the boring parenting stuff. And then for around 5 minutes there's a Zen calm thing as he feels less like worthless trash - and a cool Godfather, so he puts in his name and turns out to be the mythical godlike high score being known as Gaz, Baz, Daz or whatever -so you recount all of this to the Dwarf loser sulking on a step and he pretty much cries in the corner at missing the greatest moment of his life, since Gaz is long gone and in some distance far off land like the chippy - and wow, even the Dwarf's mum can't cheer him up with free coin credits, because seriously... what's the fucking point in gamez if hero-warrior Gaz isn't even your Godfather barbarian whatever the hell Sega invented... and did you even know? Gaz is so fucking hard he never even resorted to dragons or nuffink. Waaaaah, and the dwarf now wants a fat load of chips to cope with this, and could have even come across Gaz there if he hadn't been sulking, but he's probably half-way home in his Ford Escort or something (so mysterious). But the general point is that I suppose, he was validating Romeo & Juliet while sharing his own regret - like, don't make the same mistakes or you'll be fucked up the same - and we validated his heroism at not having a domestic with his boyfriend, and still has cool dad skills - whereas the Dwarf is now something of a failure or early version of Gaz that Gaz fundamentally hates and would shout at with his werewolf rage to get a nice wife and settle down as a real dad. Also, exactly who plays the beta-male Dwarf isn't random but determined by a game of Killer Instinct or Primal Rage or who-cares. Rockstar started the trend for making up shit, like mainly claims about strange sweaty men or guys with puppys - kids of that sort ran off to their mum before finding out the puppy-guy was talking balony and testing your bravery.

 

This track is quite similar in that I'm mainly making DS-10 tracks as a sort of pet zombie, to see how long I can keep it alive. Alternatively if you start making your own software, it locks you onto a Tamgaotchi production line in which the social group see you as an old granny and they first go through a long phase of talking about their children to have you quit the Tamagotchi factory, and then when this doesn't work they pretend you don't exist as a real part of society - possibly in some kind of OAP home with dementia, since only a total spastic doesn't have kids. I'm bisexual anyhow, and unlike Gaz it isn't about paths you can't backtrack, since I've been seen seducing blokes quite easily - I just don't think the usual cheap tricks are a good idea in my case, since a lot of these experiments were on mates and they ended up upset afterwards that I'd biologically brainwashed them with estrogen/ pheromones. I wouldn't even mention this, but there's literally a stigma that writing your own synth means you can't get a boyfriend, and I think that's lame.

 

JAMMA Rider... the man who does not exist!

 

 

 

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I'm the Scatman + Mexican panpipe players. Mygrandad got angry at practicing Scatman 1000 times in a row, so I just played it outside on my melodica in a sad slowed down blues tone (same as Team America).

 

 

Mostly the Casualty theme tune, but I'm suprised this conversion has 4.4 billion views since it's a heavily watered down version of some technology which depending on usage, is massively illegal... like cooking blowfish. In this case binaural beats and Tibetan chants, which render a highly realistic Casualty episode of domestic abuse (from personal experiences) but the listener wins, and social services are heroic... so I gave them a happier ending to their past (the dubstep patients). Anyhow, illegal because: Jim Jones, government attempts to 'deprogram' gay men. DEV NOTE: I did the red/blue colour scheme in this which is probably stolen from Rachet-Transformers, but the gradients in Flash5 were for a documentation website.

 

 

I can't even spell Frere Jacka anymore and need to look this up. Frère Jacques? Oh man, I failed French at school pretty much,which made me sad since my first internet friend was a french email-buddy girl, and I liked her actually. (plus you get extra marks from the teacher for this extra-curricular activity, although that's technically illegal snooping) > _ >

 

Amazing Fact: Lauren's voice is outside of human range, but by using all the muscles in my head to the extent of a a weightlifter, I can replicate those notes and becameth the real Mayberry... wow... for about 10 seconds.

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