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Published: Sun, 25 Feb 2018 00:20:31 PST

Last Build Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2018 00:20:31 PST


Beru-beru by MAdatte Arts

Sun, 25 Feb 2018 00:14:32 PST

lagu yang sangat Indah untuk disimak, lagu dari daerah mandar namun bernuansa jazz bossanova

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Quiet Ambition

Sat, 24 Feb 2018 20:57:26 PST

Whispered, spoken, and sung. ---------- Quiet Ambition (cc) BY D A Ayer 2018-02-23 I want to write a song so quiet it could creep into church in the middle of the sermon and whisper in your ear until your toes start tapping in a rhythm you feel like the spirit of the Lord. I want to write a song so loud it could blow out the windows of a seven-story building half a mile down the street from a sold-out concert as the lead guitar hits the very first chord. I want to write a song as cold as steel. I want to write a song that burns like fire. I want to write a song as sad as I feel. I want to write a song about desire. I want to write a song so righteous it could empty the pockets of the rich and famous to nourish the souls of the most downtrodden without one drop of blood being shed. I want to write a song so wicked it could melt every bullet in the gun of every soldier and punish every tyrant with a vision of darkness as it curls the hair on the devil's own head. I want to write a song as proud as a piper. I want to write a song that's pious as a priest. I want to write a song that glides like a viper. I want to write a song that howls like a beast. I want to write a song so short. I want to write a song so long. I want to write a song so right. I want to write a song so wrong. I want to write a song that rings like silver. I want to write a song that shines like gold. I want to write a song so new. I want to write a song so old.

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Thinkin' About It

Sat, 24 Feb 2018 15:23:51 PST

Started with Clarence's intrumental tracks and Frank's vocals tracks. Very nice tracks. Smoove! Instead of torturing the tracks, went with a minimal tweaks and victimization approach. Not familiar with hip hop ballad beats and sub-bass grooves, so this was a learning exercise. (1) Added simple funk bass to the choruses. Modified the volume envelope of sub bass notes in the chorus to support the funk bass pattern. (2) Created a mono Sub-bass track processing it with Amplitube 4's Sub Groove preset, which is a model of an Ampeg SVT-4 Pro amp, an old B-15 cabinet plus a pedal chain of envelope filter, overdrive, envelope filter to analog chorus. Happily, added a sub woofer to the studio so the low notes were more audible without headphones. Lots of audio signal in 30-40Hz range. This was different. We usually wack the audio off in that range to tight en up the bottom. (3) Layered funk drums with Clarence's drums during the choruses. (4) Created a mono track of the muted guitar processing through Amplitube 4's '65 Crisp preset, which is a model of the 1965 Fender Deluxe Reverb Amp. For more highs and transients, changed the single 12" speaker to a Brit Alnico G and changed the microphone to a Beyerdynamic M160 ribbon. No reverb was used since Clarence had the 'verb groove on the tack. Also, turned off the preset's fuzz wah pedal. (5) Noticed drums were not a stereo signal so create a mono drum track to boost drive. (6) Added the drum fill at the end of the first pre-chorus to the end of the second pre-chorus. (7) The last word in Frank's M1 Verse R track was distorted. Pulled the same last word from M1 Verse L track, repitched to somewhat match the distorted audio. (8) Nocthed the Sub Bass by 12dB at 94Hz with a tight Q to give the kick had a little head room. Increased the drums by 9dB at 94Hz with a tight Q for the same reason. (9) Deleted the two glockenspiel riffs. (10) In the TAI L and R track outros, removed the hard "t" at the end of the each "Thinking About It" phrase. (11) Reused the first "You Got Me" phrase in the outro and adjusted the lead vocals to accommodate the change. This phrase sounded too good to hear only once. (12) In the TAI L and R tracks, moved the first two "Thinking About It" groups of three to the right a couple clicks for beat alignment. Tangential remark: The first time TRF remixed one of Frank's songs "I Caught You", he adjusted the vocal track's beat alignment for us to make a better groove. And, all the time we thought we were savvy funky soul jazz rock fusion guys. Oh, well. Frank's the pro. (13) Relegated Clarence's very funky guitar strums to the intro to accompany ElRon's intro riff. (14) Dampened a frighteningly audible click in the Bridge R track embedded in the vocals. Frightening because it made me jump. And, that's all folks.

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Thou Shalt Not Kill

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 10:05:06 PST

psychedelic rock version

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Fri, 23 Feb 2018 04:49:45 PST


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Broomstick Jazz

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 04:13:31 PST

Thanks once again to Martijn de Boer - bass, high bass, piano and sax. I put in a different drum track (EZDrummer) and added trumpet and vibraphone.

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Thou Shalt Not Kill (Surrender Your Weapons)

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 18:04:58 PST

The gun violence in America has me frustrated, baffled and deeply, deeply saddened. These words are what spilled out of me last night after watching the bereaved students and families speak about Parkland High School. I'm sorry it's long -- I needed to share. I hope you remix so we can share! Namaste my friends. Thou Shalt Not Kill by Madam Snowflake Thou shalt not kill. There are no listed exceptions. Not for self-defense. Not for food. Not for valor. Not for money nor for power. Thou shalt not kill. Does a gun serve any other purpose? Any purpose other than to kill? You say a right to a gun means you are free. What twisted kind of freedom is there in taking life? Your freedom has us caught in a weapons race. You believe more guns will somehow keep us safe. You feel you must kill before someone else kills. My friends, the more rounds of ammunition fired, the more lives inevitably lost. And death does not create life. Only life does that. I reflect. Something seems painfully defective in our species. What compels us to create tools made only to end the life of another being? Is that our right? To intentionally stop the breath and heartbeat of another sentient life form? I admit, I do not understand those who passionately believe possessing a killing machine is a symbol of their freedom and safety. Is this not illusion? We are broken. Our excuses are pitiful. Our explanations belabored and weak. I am weary of it. I conclude. Homo sapiens are sick. Mentally ill. There is no sane reason ever to kill. This dysfunction resides deep in our DNA. For truly, we are so darkly afraid. But, where would our civilization be if wed never begun murdering other beings? Can you imagine the tranquility, harmony, peace? We can stop. Stop this madness cloaked as freedom and rightful dominion. We can heal. Heal this twisted condition that is stealing light from the human soul. Thou shalt not kill. There are no listed exceptions. Not in a time of war. Not in a time of famine. Not for sport or revenge or glory. True courage requires facing ones fears and enemies unarmed, standing in the strength of the light, unafraid. We must trust and be brave, brave enough to shift this paradigm. Leave the old law of eye for an eye behind before were all hopelessly deaf, dumb and blind. I would rather be murdered than murder. Is this not the message of the Christ? Is this not the way of Ahimsa? I have a dream. I see piles and piles of weapons, surrendered willingly by thousands upon thousands of my brothers and sisters. Guns, rifles and ammunition all melted down as a symbol of our commitment to evolve. As a symbol of our value for creation, for life. Thou shalt not kill. Now is the time to change. Do not be afraid. It is not too late. Now is the time to live and remember That all life is sacred.

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Cold Fusion (Instrumental)

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 09:58:36 PST

From the album "Codex Tempore" with Bill Ray (release date February 23rd 2018). A video of this song can be found on YouTube or on my Facebook-Page. Special thanks to Siobhan Dakay for being part of this! Drums: Bill Ray. Brass: Siobhan Dakay. Guitars recorded with Fender Stratocaster and Hughes & Kettner Tubeman Plus preamp.

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