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  • Fatass Bully created a new topic ' Fatass Bully - snsns (Boards of Canad'ish)' in the forum.
    3 hours 24 minutes ago

    Hi everbody. Its been a pretty long time. Now I finally pulled myself together to finish this track.
    Fatass Bully - snsns
    P.S. snsns stands for "snow snow snow" or something like that. I dont have snow outside, I have rains and overall its more likely to be spring judging by weather. Oh well...
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  • gauravsr replied to the topic 'Are you new? Introduce yourself here!' in the forum.
    4 hours 56 minutes ago

    Hi Tom Cosm,

    My name is Gaurav. I'm from India born and brought up in Dubai, U.A.E. Looking to learn ableton from scratch.

    Have been djing as a hobby since 15 years and am pretty good at that but its too simple, looking to get into production.
    I have purchase a Novation Impulse 49 synth/keyboard, genelecs 9000 series and ableton live push along with ableton live 9 suite running on Mac OX 10.10.

    Seeking help for a beginner on ableton live 9 to create some minimal and psychedelic ;)
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    Masan Thanks guys! I appreciate it!
    8 months ago 1
  • dopeGee created a new topic ' [Dark130] Dopegee - Rain' in the forum.
    11 hours 37 minutes ago

    Hey guys,

    This track was pretty buzzy compared to my normal workflow but I enjoyed it. The idea was to record a large portion of the sounds off my cellphone to make a track when I was in bed sick :sick: one day, I did some vocals, stuck my phone out into the rain, banged on some things and even did some resampling right off my macbook speakers at one point. Once I was feeling better again I hit the studio and finished it all off;

    soundcloud.com/dopegee-nz/rain

    Any feedback welcome and much appreciated!
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  • dopeGee replied to the topic 'lucky one - Timewarp Taxi' in the forum.
    11 hours 39 minutes ago

    This is great man! Cant wait to see this little flick because the whole track really does paint a cool picture in itself and the idea sounds cool.

    I loved the intro - really kicked off the track nicely but didnt ruin any of the cool switch-ups coming later.

    Will be waiting to see the final project posted up here Luc, best of luck for the festival!
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  • dopeGee replied to the topic 'Live instrumental Hip Hop' in the forum.
    11 hours 58 minutes ago

    This is cool! Really fun jams here I like how you have incorporated lots of different vibes but it ties together nicely and each track is really different, I would love to know your setup too :)
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  • lucky one replied to the topic 'Live instrumental Hip Hop' in the forum.
    22 hours 44 minutes ago

    Cool man, I like the atmosphere and it sounds quite good for a live band.
    What kind of setup do you have, and how many musicians?

    I am just starting a band, so I'm interested to learn about how you are integrating Ableton Live in your setup, if you do so.

    Cheers,

    Luc
    lucky one - AtmosphericElectroRock - Facebook - SoundCloud - Spotify
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  • lucky one created a new topic ' luc ky one - Timewarp Taxi' in the forum.
    22 hours 51 minutes ago

    Hi all,

    I have just published a new track, I'm especially happy about this one, it has 4 different parts with 4 different atmospheres.
    This track has evolved with a video project. The story of a taxi travelling through space and time has crystallized from the video pictures and the music.
    Now everything is making a whole, the music, the lyrics and the video. The video will be projected at a local short-movie festival this Sunday, so I will upload it only next week.

    soundcloud.com/lucky-one/timewarp-taxi

    Tell me what you think!

    Cheers,

    Luc
    lucky one - AtmosphericElectroRock - Facebook - SoundCloud - Spotify
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