#1April 24th, 2007 · 08:20 PM
66 threads / 55 songs
697 posts
United States of America
Sample on the Spot

This song is not in a battle

It's approaching finals week and I just finished one of my final projects. This one was for a MIDI class. I recorded a bunch of sounds in my bathroom and then loaded each one into a K2500 synthesizer and ended up with this. The song is pure bathroom up until 1:00 where I decided to add some background.

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#2April 24th, 2007 · 10:57 PM
48 threads / 7 songs
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this is strange... lol at first i was all "what the hell??" then i got into it lol this is cool, its so utterly diffrent from anything ive heard on the amp or off it, that i have to congrat you on this most interesting piece of work. lol this made me smile. although im not sure if i want to know what "insterments" you used. lol great jab ben, high five!
#3April 25th, 2007 · 01:48 AM
34 threads / 16 songs
538 posts
Excellent... my kind of music lol.  I would like to hear a drier sound on the bath sounds, to keep the feeling of a rythm... but it's a bathroom so that's impossible. Background at 1:00 sounds great.
#4April 25th, 2007 · 06:59 AM
3 threads / 3 songs
31 posts
that's what i call creative work.. A++
the backround bass really fits well... i thought about
sampling noises from my room, too... you re-motivated me..
#5June 6th, 2007 · 12:36 AM
4 threads / 4 songs
145 posts
United States of America
L o L
Most creative thing i've ever seen, next to the beat boxing flute... nice way to end it...
#6June 6th, 2007 · 11:42 AM
37 threads / 19 songs
618 posts
United States of America
very ineresting
I once won an little photography award
because I took a picture of our mont
claire.. (our commode) which had the
paper roll holder to the left of it in
the tile wall..  the bathroom was very
nicely decorated, but the angle I took
this at, it looked very cold, colorless
and almost like an institutional facility...
I titled it Ode De La Toilette and won
first place....
 So I can relate in a way to this... well..
composition.. bet your midi instructor
found it quite interesting to  say the
least.. but hey we use to use anything
we could to make sounds.. example,
we'd take a very strong mic, with a
preamp,  noise gate, etc etc.. all out
to the power pole in the yard... then
we'd  record the sounds the vibrations
the guide wire made when he strick it
with different items.. Well we thought we
was doin big till we found out tha's
what they had used for the phaser fire
on star trek t.o.s....  so wild.. but it was
a kewl sound.. and each item we used
to strike it had a different sound..
 oh well, it's all canned these days.. the days as a musician is over..
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