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Updated: 2017-09-28T12:04:44.219-05:00

 



Anon - A friend of mine mentioned the comp to me l...

2010-12-21T00:16:41.278-05:00

Anon - A friend of mine mentioned the comp to me last month, but I haven't seen or heard a copy. I saw the artist list and wondered if this blog could have been a source for some of the material but I didn't think anyone would press vinyl from mp3. thanks for the heads-up on the MTP edit. I'm not sure how to respond to that. *+*



if you(AAA) are still checking this blog, a recent...

2010-11-27T02:49:45.728-05:00

if you(AAA) are still checking this blog, a recent vanity records comp called "Vanity-Finest Selection 1978-81"(french label SAVE MUSIC BEFORE LOOSE IT) uses your 3'03' edit as mad tea party's track on the comp. if you are not directly tied to this release(which i purchased) i would be unhappy to know that whoever released it credits the song to 1980 despite the post-millenium reworking by you.



PW - Thanks for the comment/compliment and glad yo...

2008-10-31T16:44:00.000-05:00

PW - Thanks for the comment/compliment and glad you dig the Vanity stuff. I hope to get to a couple more 7"s this weekend.



WP - I've been busy, not lazy ;-)A couple dj gigs ...

2008-10-31T16:43:00.000-05:00

WP - I've been busy, not lazy ;-)
A couple dj gigs and a trip to NYC in the last couple weeks got in the way of this last post...

Thanks for the critique of my tracks. I was going for a choppy approach with the remix. I wanted it to NOT sound smooth. I like confrontation in music. For instance when the 'dance' 4/4 beat drops in, I purposely picked a sampled loop that would not be perfect rather than using a quantized drum pattern.

When you mention the 1:40 point, if you are speaking to the edit track, and not the remix, that was my lame attempt at trying to emulate rapid guitar notes, like a guitar solo using bits from the same MTP guitar loops. You should have heard how out of control it got before I cleaned it up. I went a little wild.

I'm glad you like the music I post.



Thanks for posting this, and all the other Vanity ...

2008-10-31T12:07:00.000-05:00

Thanks for posting this, and all the other Vanity stuff you have been putting on this great great blog. And your Hide & Seek Edit is absolutely brilliant !!!!!!



hmm... mr.a.a.a at first i must tell you that you'...

2008-10-31T08:01:00.000-05:00

hmm... mr.a.a.a at first i must tell you that you're a lazy guy... :o)
checked your blog nearly daily for new posts and by the time i was afraid that it might be closed down... but luckily that doesn't seem to happen...

okay i think the second mix is a bit better than the first one... but overall i prefer the original song... i think it's much harder to sample a guitar than a drum line or in general a track that's already based on looped sounds and sound snippets like severed heads for example... the thing that doesn't work in my ears very fine is the fact that you can figure out the break in the first mix really well (especially after 1.40 minutes) this is a bit too much sampling in my ears... as i said before it's hard to find the exact point for a break to sample a guitar or a "floating" piece without sounding a bit abrupt...

btw. your qualities as blogger with great taste are some of the best in the web ;o)