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FinePrimitiveSounds

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  1. I'm too lazy to cross reference all of the tracks he's given working titles to (Last Rushup 10 F being called Last Rushup 10 M comes to mind), I may have missed it, but is there a list of only tracks that haven't been released on cds for easy basket adding?
  2. Well, it took 3 years, sorry about the delay but it's here now: https://fineprimitivesounds.bandcamp.com/album/diesl All tracks in 48/24, will be on Spotify and all those other stores soon. Some tracks made with S1v2, some with S1v3, some with Renoise and some with Reaper. There's also a limited edition cassette you can nab for yourselves. Listen to the album playlist on SC: I know some people were asking about a full length and where to buy these tracks a couple of years ago, enjoy.
  3. there's an overall flanging/phasing sound on the amen i don't know what what it is, sounds like a 96kbps mp3, it's my only complain... maybe weird eq... but the dsp fuckery is pretty dope! good emulation of go plastic era without a doubt! great bass!!! all the sounds sound like go plastic samples, really great job! what fx did you use on the amen to fuck it like this? any special vst or a lot of different ones here and there? Thank you! Yeah, I think I did something stereo to it when I started it years ago, maybe it was that. Fuckery was courtesy of the usual suspects, Glitch2, Effectrix, Artillery and the built-in renoise scrambling thingies. Thanks, I really appreciate it!
  4. Amazing album, I like it more than Wildflower, also reminds me of Daft Punk, which is good.
  5. Why would anyone on WATMM want to listen to Kendrick Lamar?
  6. Sentence could apply to 95% of topics around here, can you please just tell me if it looks real or fake?
  7. DIscogs, a french seller, I'm having a hard time figuring out if it is or not, it's definitely a glass-master disc in there, it's just the sticker that's confusing me.
  8. gif uploader Looks a bit printy to me but maybe that's just how it is? Was it originally on the shrinkwrap?
  9. I must have listened to it ten times last year!Did anyone notice that knob selling the tape on discogs for £20000 or whatever it was
  10. greg hates car culture is from 99 and is considered an influence on drukqs I do believe probably go plastic too
  11. gotta be that person here and say no ty, the original vinyl was pressed from cd quality source What? Where'd you get that? *cracks knuckles, gets ready for everyone to groan at me for this even tho im just stating facts* Interesting... I assume this is your own vinyl rip - would anything in your chain possibly contribute to it being capped at that? (also I thought CDs were 44.1 kHz?) As for "made on a laptop in the late 90's"... I am sure Richard used far more than just a laptop in the recording process. The amount of love and effort he put into DrukQs would lead me to think he wouldn't have capped the tracks at such a limit (and that he would know the difference). Or, perhaps like most people, he can't hear the difference anyway, so why bother? No no no he used a Mac and ProPlayer for the technical computer songs nothing more my dear
  12. 1. Most of the open-source alternatives I feel are not adequate, and the community is used to this forum software - it will be a big change when we go to the new version soon, but to switch software would be a nightmare, not to mention the investment we've already made in time and effort on this one. 2. Not sure what the theme has to do with costs - and you do know we have other themes, right (look in the lower left corner at the bottom and click "Change Theme"). A lighter theme would use less bandwidth.
  13. Two money saving ideas: Convert over to an open-source/free board software Use a lite theme instead of the beast we currently have
  14. I don't like the saturation that all the transients have on the remaster, the original is soft but clean.
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