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hokum

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About hokum

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    musician's musicians
  • Birthday 12/21/1984

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    https://soundcloud.com/easementh
  1. http://taylorswift.com/users/w0W6WNzI/blogs/6280112
  2. The patterns have a similar rhythm to that stuff you hear in your head just before you fall asleep.☺
  3. twww-7 by theianist (Ian Leonard), on Flickr
  4. I thought it was more cinematic than any other description. Make more for us. there is that mild moodshift mentioned before with the voice.. If you added reverb to it... it might cover up the accompanying notes if the release or decay were too high... so in other words i like it for what it is right now.
  5. http://soundcloud.com/hokum-easementh/f5e4-1
  6. it allows automation resolution down to 1/16 ... so each step can be manipulated across the spectrum. attack, release, filter, and amplitude are automatable. In a more general fashion you can edit the pitch value of imported samples between semi tones from 1-127 like between C and C#... this is small fraction of what is possible.
  7. Jungle: peaceful: rewicking an RDA:
  8. has some iffy parts but enjoyed the experience while driving on a rainy night interstate. 2nd attempt at similar style added some korean girls ambiguity
  9. 1:35 and up on second track post ... followed
  10. crispily delightful th 5 5 5 . . . loved a ton of bits in this. Must tool with this tonight... consumed
  11. It's a long loop for a while... i like melody hunting while waiting to fall asleep... so there's a purpose... Then if i dont go to sleep the surprise change for ending 1/2 or 3rd will kinda jolt me... rinse and repeat till you don't hear what you heard initially. https://soundcloud.com/hokum-easementh/nanoloop-negated-structure IMG_20121219_233744 by theianist, on Flickr
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