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Re: Here's a tune called Mallorn (Re:Types of music)...

great work jesse. killer as usual amigo! hey i just met a drummer from
arora, marcus reddick. do you know him, drummer/percussionist? very very
good. also played last night at the blu mule with scott davis, drummer for
opie gone bad. also very very good. want to come out and play...?

nice work j.

----- Original Message -----
From: Jesse Ray Lucas <jlucas@neoprimitive.net>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2003 3:15 PM
Subject: Here's a tune called Mallorn (Re:Types of music)...

> This is the first of my sequence+EDP tunes.  The fretless bass is all
> input into the EDP the first time you hear each of the sections.  Then 
> sequencer triggers the loops when they make their appearances later,
> allowing me to do other things (Rhodes, sample rate decimation, sample
> triggering, etc.) in between.
> The vocal sample that sounds somewhat like it's scratched on a turntable
> 3:27, and 5:10) is performed live, using an option of the Yamaha A5000
> sampler's pitchbend controller section called "Slow&Reverse."  The bottom
> half of the pitch wheel's movement slows the sample down to stop at 
> and then begins to play the sample backwards from -4001 to -8000 (or
> whatever the largest negative value of a pitchwheel control message is).
> The drums were all programmed by hand in the piano roll view in Sonar
> me if you want the MIDI file for study), and the control functions for 
> EDP were written as a MIDI track.  There is some sine wave bass around
> which may hurt your little PC speakers if you crank it too much.  Just
> out.  I'm no mastering engineer.
> My server has been locking up lately, so if the download doesn't work 
> try it again in a few hours.
> http://www.neoprimitive.net/jlucas/audio/lto/mallorn.mp3
> Hope you like.  This is what type of music I write.  I wasn't sure what 
> call it in a response to that thread, or maybe I just wasn't willing to
> label it.  But I'd be interested to hear what anyone/everyone else can
> equate it to.  Tripe, garbage, filth, shite, compulsive twitch, aggro
> electro rock, whatever.  :)
> -J