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This is a collection of 18 electronic tracks I did in Ableton Live 9 over the last years & uploaded to YouTube.


Click a pic to go directly to a single clip - or else use the links to 3 playlists (each containing a set of 6 clips).


 


 


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Electronic Tracks -1- Ralph Nolte


 


Electronic Tracks -2- Ralph Nolte


 


Electronic Tracks -3- Ralph Nolte


 


 


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I've listened to a few tracks. Thanks for sharing. 

 

Just commenting so I revisit the thread and listen to more. I'll have more meaningful feedback later. =)

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Guest Ralph Nolte

I've listened to a few tracks.

Stephen, that's quite a collection you've built up over at Bandcamp...

Where do you get the time to listen to that amount of music?

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Ah! Thank you for bumping this, I've been meaning to come back and listen to these playlists through - any interest in putting them up on bandcamp? 

 

 

RE my Bandcamp - it's not that much! I do buy a lot of music though, probably only 5% is on my BC? I listen on my daily drive into work, and often while I'm studying/doing homework as well. Me and the missus also like to play through an album or two on weekends after dinner while having a few beers, weekend ritual ;0. So I get in a good 20-25hrs of listening in a week. It's really my favorite hobby.

 

I'll make a point of coming back when I get a good listen through to these, thanks again for sharing.  :beer:

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Ah! Thank you for bumping this, I've been meaning to come back and listen to these playlists through - any interest in putting them up on bandcamp? 

 

 

RE my Bandcamp - it's not that much!

 

"Not that much" - ha, ha, bit of an understatement... If I find music I really like, I tend to listen to it almost exclusively for quite a while (on earbuds, headphones, different speaker setups, etc.) so working through that many albums would probably take me years... But good for you, I think it's becoming rare these days for people to enjoy music on its own merits - i.e. without eye candy music videos, or as the backing tracks for movies, video games. etc...

 

I haven't really looked at putting stuff up on Bandcamp (or SoundCloud, for that matter) - so, only on YouTube for now.

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