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I might I am very glad for this thread to see what people have done. I have tended to think Reaper forum is mainly for blues/rock/pop music, not so much things I find interesting like classical (but not "epic orchestral film score"). So I am pleased to see I have been wrong or at least this thread has brought some different musicians out

maybe I should go on the French thread with auto translate set, there seems some nice music there
Hi Eddy you'll be welcome on the french forum but might disappointed as the proportion of type of music is the same. I put this thread here because of the number, to reach a maximum of participant and I enjoy the way it goes.

Many people coming. Listening at each others musics.

I'm so happy with that. Trying to respond to every new one at the beginning but now I'm a bit lost.

It will continue by itself.

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two new tracks (one quite old actually)
both with classical guitar, one with field recordings as well, one with electric guitar as well, guitars prepared and not

https://soundcloud.com/user-39965900.../insect-stream


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A medley of sorts.... all yours truly... Jerk of all trades, Master of none!
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both with classical guitar, one with field recordings as well, one with electric guitar as well, guitars prepared and not

https://soundcloud.com/user-39965900.../insect-stream

https://soundcloud.com/user-39965900...tar-miniatures
Hi Eddy. Nothing much to say about the long insect crescendo.

But some interesting things in the Tiny Guitars thing .

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A medley of sorts.... all yours truly... Jerk of all trades, Master of none!
Hi Robin.

Thanks for the gift. Maybe I'll use some of it. I was a bit afraid by the "forest" thing, but I can hear you got some very contemporary things, over there, in the North.

I've followed the link to your site. Very complete variety of jobs. I wasn't sure to understand ; are you composing / playing too ?

Take care, bye.

PS : Was a bit disappointed by the YT channel
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Hi Eddy. Nothing much to say about the long insect crescendo.

But some interesting things in the Tiny Guitars thing .

Bye

thanks for listening but no need to comment - too much work for you

Inspired by your thread I have made a post in the music subforum for people to post contemporary classical / conceptual / non-pop etc. I hope that it will increase the visibility and communication of people using Reaper outside of the mainly blues / rock / metal thing that I have noticed

Enjoyed listening to your Syria2 again today

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One of my approaches to music making - even back when I first started out about 2001 or so - is to just grab audio from anywhere and stick it on the arrange page. This means one is no longer staring at emptiness and you have some material to work with. Then it's chopping things out to use as source material to build new music with. I'm probably very much in the minority in this approach but it might be something fun to try if you want to try something new. I make sure it's pretty much unrecognisable from the source in the process of building new structures out of it.
Hi Blade.

See. They hear you. Some material arrives, fresh from this morning, by the Northern way .

I'm so near from your method sometimes, not really with music but with piece of sounds that I take on "freesound". Then slice, expand, inverse, whatever, and put some chords on it. But in that case, I usually previously have an idea. Like in the one below where I had just a sentence of a Eastern European language that seduced me :

https://www.dropbox.com/s/32j82w153f..._0756.wav?dl=0

with which I've done this one :

https://hearthis.at/thierryvastel/ohohooosuite/

I'm probably in the 0.6 % too.

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Hi Blade.

See. They hear you. Some material arrives, fresh from this morning, by the Northern way .

I'm so near from your method sometimes, not really with music but with piece of sounds that I take on "freesound". Then slice, expand, inverse, whatever, and put some chords on it. But in that case, I usually previously have an idea. Like in the one below where I had just a sentence of a Eastern European language that seduced me :

https://www.dropbox.com/s/32j82w153f..._0756.wav?dl=0

with which I've done this one :

https://hearthis.at/thierryvastel/ohohooosuite/

I'm probably in the 0.6 % too.

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Nice work. It's ideas that I appreciate and walk away with in my head after I listen to a piece of music. I like that some speech inspired you to make some music - things like that are what's it's all about to me.
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Nice work. It's ideas that I appreciate and walk away with in my head after I listen to a piece of music. I like that some speech inspired you to make some music - things like that are what's it's all about to me.
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A couple of tracks under my NeverBeenInARiot moniker - I was really into early Warp Records releases, esp. the Pioneers of the Hypnotic Groove material, and that sound still influences the sound of NBIAR.

https://soundcloud.com/neverbeeninariot

I'm working on a electro-dub style album at the moment under a different name, aided and abetted by nofish's Dub Siren VSTi They're all work in progress at the moment, but I might post up a couple of snippets if the above tracks don't get assassinated


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Thanks man.. Yeah that's my world - electronica/techno etc. I actually master for Plaid now and again
Ooh, check you that's awesome !

I didn't even know that Plaid were still releasing stuff, will have to go check it out. Cheers !
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I didn't even know that Plaid were still releasing stuff, will have to go check it out. Cheers !
Yeah I do a fair amount of mastering for the Touched record label. Plaid have contributed some compilation tracks and a few remixes here and there so I've ended up adding them to my client list
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Sure - I gave it a listen - and while it doesn't directly relate to mastering..
Yes,sorry forgot to +add - HOW_ would you master that track?,or do you think it actually needs that process at all? Please dissect that for me? Interested with what a master would do there. =)

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^Agreed.

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The insects! loved that! inspiring stuff there for sure! ty.

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Lolz-i can actually relate to that!

I wonder if people actually get 'inspired' by robots? see below...it's relevant in todays age i guess... strange world ahead ??
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thanks for listening but no need to comment - too much work for you

Inspired by your thread I have made a post in the music subforum for people to post contemporary classical / conceptual / non-pop etc. I hope that it will increase the visibility and communication of people using Reaper outside of the mainly blues / rock / metal thing that I have noticed

Enjoyed listening to your Syria2 again today

all the best, Eddy
I've tried to post some of my works there at a time but didn't have much return.
Good idea anyway.

Thanx for listening, again...()
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Yes,sorry forgot to +add - HOW_ would you master that track?,or do you think it actually needs that process at all? Please dissect that for me? Interested with what a master would do there. =)
My definition of mastering is to make a piece of work 'suitable for distribution'. One could argue that if you're only ever intending your music to be heard by yourself then it doesn't need mastering as such.

One of the main things a mastering engineer is doing is correcting for the environment the music was written/mixed in. A given space may be exaggerating or hiding certain frequencies which can lead to an unbalanced sounding mix. The audience have expectations about what music 'sounds' like and much of what we do is subtle corrections for this. This may mean that a master comes back sounding hardly any different - this will be credit to an artist

It's all about a second pair of very experienced ears as a quality control and preparation for manufacture in a nutshell.
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Hi Robin.

Thanks for the gift. Maybe I'll use some of it. I was a bit afraid by the "forest" thing, but I can hear you got some very contemporary things, over there, in the North.

I've followed the link to your site. Very complete variety of jobs. I wasn't sure to understand ; are composing / playing too ?

Take care, bye.

PS : Was a bit disappointed by the YT channel
All composed and performed by me, except for the female vox stuff...
tunes were meant for inspiration, not gifting! agree, the YT channel needs paving over
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tunes were meant for inspiration, not gifting! agree, the YT channel needs paving over
Hi Robin.

Sorry I was confused by "all yours truly"

Wasn't sure if it was a "Manner of speaking" or not. "The way I use English sorry".

....makes me think of something for our listeners :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ak1bckaKS4

Sorry I'm off the Topic. But for once, and it's my thread after all.

Bye Robin. Thanks anyway
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Thanks for the invite to this thread, after hearing some of the awesome music in this thread I'm pretty sure I'm out of place, tho'!.

My original post:

(Be warned, this is a really silly song and may be considered NSFW in today's climate)

https://soundcloud.com/bartman68/gra...christmas-2017

This is a song I recorded in Reaper (I originally demo'ed it in Audition before I saw the light).
Please take a listen to the mix, as I KNOW how dumb the actual song is and am more interested in the Good/Bad/Ugly of how it sounds sonically:

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Seldom Family

Smiths / 1950s / Joy Division / Gene Vincent / Red House Painters

heavy on the reverb and tearjerking

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Smiths / Joy Division

http://seldomfamily.bandcamp.com/album/self-titled
Two bands that are in my pantheon.

Nice voice, and reverb.

Bye thanx for sharing.


_This thing begins to be a nice library()_
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Thanks for the invite to this thread, after hearing some of the awesome music in this thread I'm pretty sure I'm out of place, tho'!.
Hi Bart. You're welcome. I didn't lie...

All level are welcome.

Hearing the music I'm doing and giving my opinion to people who has already several album for sale since 15 years makes me a little uncomfortable...

Thanx for coming.
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Hi Robin.

Sorry I was confused by "all yours truly"

Wasn't sure if it was a "Manner of speaking" or not. "The way I use English sorry".

....makes me think of something for our listeners :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ak1bckaKS4

Sorry I'm off the Topic. But for once, and it's my thread after all.

Bye Robin. Thanks anyway
Yes, something lost in translation! I meant that I was the sole participant in all that music composition/production. However, inspiration is always in your head, in through the ears, out through your neurons.

Thats what I interpreted you to be looking for.

I enjoyed your music also. You are a prolific composer.

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Thats what I interpreted you to be looking for.
I enjoyed your music also. You are a prolific composer.
Hi Robin.

In fact, that was the point.

Thanx for the compliments but as I say in the post above this one :

'Hearing the music I'm doing and giving my opinion to people who has already several album for sale since 15 years makes me a little uncomfortable...'

Makes me a little shy now...

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An album of tunes I made this past fall.....I played all instruments except drums. Some of the songs are kinda trite and presumptuous but I was aiming for a raw, demo kind of sound.


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An album of tunes I made this past fall.....I played all instruments except drums. Some of the songs are kinda trite and presumptuous but I was aiming for a raw, demo kind of sound.


https://bobcantrock.bandcamp.com/alb...-the-old-haunt
Hi Robert.

The "Time Ripple" is a nice piece of different way to see jazz. Very eclectic.

I really liked the "Soft Acoustic Adventures" album too. Very soft.

How come you can be that prolific. 4 albums in seven months ?

Nice work. Thanx for sharing.

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Hi there.

A new thing, inspired by this thread and a talk with Blade Runner

https://hearthis.at/thierryvastel/rule-by-lying/

Not really music...

Mostly work on EQ, filters, pitch...

Thanx for listening. Bye
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Hi there something new. Many strings and things...

https://hearthis.at/thierryvastel/new-classik/.

At least, ideas are back.
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