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William S. Braintree and Colin Dyer - The Bird and the Hare

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High potency killer tracks. Love em.

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Very nice and tidy EP. I like all tracks. For me personally they could be a bit longer, tho. You should take this as a compliment

Did you get to feed your MIDI into the Yamaha Disklavier?

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Awesome EP. Such a nice treat before Christmas 🙂

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Sweet! Break the Fucker is an odd yet awesome break between the hard-hitting fast paced other tracks. Soundwise also very crisp and clean. Keep up the good work!

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Thanks for listening!

On 12/13/2019 at 6:13 PM, darreichungsform said:

Very nice and tidy EP. I like all tracks. For me personally they could be a bit longer, tho. You should take this as a compliment

Did you get to feed your MIDI into the Yamaha Disklavier?

I gave the midi file to a friend that repairs mechanical pianos, but he hasn't run across a Disklavier recently. I'm still actively trying to find someone that has access to one.

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How do you differentiate between the Braintree and Dyer stuff? 

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45 minutes ago, Extralife said:

How do you differentiate between the Braintree and Dyer stuff? 

As of now, the more colorful and fluid sounding stuff is WSB, but the more mechanical and robotic sounding material is under CD. The lines here are going to blur eventually. Some of those faster, cut, and edited tracks will have the CD delay sound in it.

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I like this.

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