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6 hours ago, plugexpert said:

Have a couple of personal favs accumulated, especially the older tracks that I thought had lost, but through epic recovery have recoverered. Listening back feels like a time-machine to different feels. I always like the energy in this one;

https://plugexpert.bandcamp.com/track/hardcore-jungle-gabber

Love this whole LP! I have to try out a tracker some time :)

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My fav track that I've released is probably this one, the closing track on my debut EP:  

This one has the most plays so I guess it’s the best   

two way tie between:  and tho not my favorite of stuff i haven't released.

@plugexpert

is your bandcamp a gathering of various artists, or is it all you under different aliases ?

been listening to a few ones (and going on) and it's really really good, loving it

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48 minutes ago, TheBro said:

Damn yo that's a lot of plays!!!

thanks, it was only because I was lucky enough for aphex to shout out my tracks a while back. Lucky as in i'm lucky he even somehow listened to them in the first place

 

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11 minutes ago, Brisbot said:

thanks, it was only because I was lucky enough for aphex to shout out my tracks a while back. Lucky as in i'm lucky he even somehow listened to them in the first place

 

Wow that's pretty awesome.

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3 minutes ago, TheBro said:

Wow that's pretty awesome.

Definitely a highlight, lol. A bucket list item that got done way earlier than I thought it may have been, if ever

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22 hours ago, neurone said:

@plugexpert

is your bandcamp a gathering of various artists, or is it all you under different aliases ?

been listening to a few ones (and going on) and it's really really good, loving it

Thanks! 😎 Yep, gathering of various artists, dissociative identity disorder ftw 😉 .

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"Nitro Zeus" is one that I particularly like.

The delay line stuff is up there too. I've written in a lot of varying styles so it's hard to pick one. This got some love from Venetian Snares a while back.

 

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On 8/21/2020 at 11:38 PM, neurone said:

https://neurone45.bandcamp.com/track/stw03

(I chose this one, coz you asked for a single track....but my fav is the whole 2013 liveset 😉 )

Went for the 2013 live set, finally got round to listening on proper speakers, it's good, lots of nice drum work.

A problem I have is trying to limit myself to a set of sounds, rather than just throwing anything and everything in. What did you make it on?

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9 minutes ago, picklish said:

Went for the 2013 live set, finally got round to listening on proper speakers, it's good, lots of nice drum work.

A problem I have is trying to limit myself to a set of sounds, rather than just throwing anything and everything in. What did you make it on?

It was a pretty basic setup : korg ES-1 & korg ER-1 (the old ones), walordf micro - Q, waldorf blofeld, tc electronics fireworks, tc electronics d-two, tc electronics m3000, roland SDE1000, an old zoom distortion pedal and an old dod enveloppe filter pedal,  a&h mixwizard analogue mixer, and a tiny laptop running abelton sending midi sequences into the synths and the midi clock sync to the korg rythm boxes and to the fx rack. maybe a tiny bit of percussions / stuff audio loops in the laptop also.

recording of the set is the 2-track out slightly mixed with amb mics. (might need some treeble boost for listening on quiet / small system.)

glad you enjoyed it 🙂

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On 8/23/2020 at 1:50 PM, plugexpert said:

Thanks! 😎 Yep, gathering of various artists, dissociative identity disorder ftw 😉 .

@plugexpert well I've been going on listening to your stuff since then, (and I even bought some via bandcamp)

but in particular today, I have to say that ""when I saw her uncloak" (form super many guns album)" is total bliss, currently one of my favorite tracks,

played it again  like 6 times today, instant dancing ! wicked, groovy , sexy, yet not cheesy, fine production, I'm all in 🤪

come on watmmers, if you need some straight happyness, just listen to this !

https://plugexpert.bandcamp.com/track/when-i-saw-her-uncloak

 

 

 

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Heavily influenced by Glass, Reich, Butcher & Mitchell - among others, this was a deeply interpersonal reflection on the melancholia of April 15th by the Aphex Twins, reconstructed within the cold  confines of general midi, contrasted with the postmodern neo-brutalism of the early  Queen Vic scene. 

https://m.soundcloud.com/3rd-armpit/albert-14th

 

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I can't pick a favorite track, but let me post this because this was made like in an hour, in a pretty embarrassing way and it sounds way better than it should.I couldn't probably even replicate the whole process even if I tried to because the whole thing was just a fucking mess with chords coming from a cheap minilaptop bounced through Doepfer modules and if I remember correctly everything mixed together in the modular system mixer and then recorded with Zoom H2 and slowed down because it just sounded better.

Simultaneously I love it and it pisses me off to no end.

 

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ooh there are some great tracks in here. 

I always really like this live jam with my old Electron monomachine, its almost like a skit, makes me laugh sometimes.
https://rings-around-saturn.bandcamp.com/track/peripheral-visionary

this one here I quite like too, made too many arp heavy tracks where the only perc that worked seem to be a deep lowpassed kickdrum
https://rings-around-saturn.bandcamp.com/track/world-interior

I always liked this sound collage too, understandable people didnt really get around it like they do for more functional or club music but I it was a lot of fun to make it all without and grid on the computer
https://repeatconcrete.bandcamp.com/album/rc-05-artificial-visual-system

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Okay so i have competition the one i posted earlier..now that this has released hehe

https://elmc.bandcamp.com/album/dopodomani
 

The bit at 3:30 made me feel fuzzy inside when i made it. Did the whole track more or less in one long, 14hr sitting and the sun was rising as i started putting those bright saw pads in.

It works best in context to the rest of the track. And also go support the guys on this comp, they all wonderful an talented.

🏌️

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On 8/21/2020 at 1:02 AM, TheBro said:

This one has had some reasonable plays but it doesn't 100% represent what I do lol.

 

This has some 90s MS-DOS game vibes. Like Jazz Jackrabbit

 

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1 hour ago, zkom said:

This has some 90s MS-DOS game vibes. Like Jazz Jackrabbit

 

Fonky man!!!

Really like this soundtrack its cheesy but fun to listen to.

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