Time to get my hands dirty


Paul Eye

OK, so I decided to get right down to business and present you all with a cross-section of some of my latest (*ahem*) projects. Rather than talking all to much nonsense, I'll let the music speak for itself.
They're all in OGG Vorbis format, so you should have an app which can play OGGs, like Winamp.

Neuropa: Earth Magic - demo snippet, downbeat, 104 bpm, 3.26mb
Echo Logic: Daikaisho - demo snippet, psytrance, 132 bpm, 3.4mb, Finnish-French collaboration
Neuropa: Spiritual Frequencies - working copy #11, psytrance, 128 bpm, 4.52mb, not release quality material
Galactic Boy: Phi No Aon (Neuropa 'the air is full of butterflies' mix) - working copy #28, downbeat, 91 bpm, 3.16mb, not release quality material
Echo Logic: O - full version, experimental, 118 bpm, 2.98mb
Echo Logic: O (chess movie edit) - full version, downbeat/dub, 118 bpm, 1.87mb

At the very least, please listen to Earth Magic and Daikaisho, as they're the ones I've invested most time on. Of the other tracks I can say that the Phi No Aon remix is still marked as unofficial, as I have no idea whether the guy who asked people to do remixes of his track ever accepted my version or not. The 'O' tracks are quick fixes, the original was made for some radio show in New York, the remix was made as background music for an excercise movie for a video course at school last fall. Spiritual Frequencies is lacking some sort of a melody from around 1:30 to 3:00.
Right -I'm not really into the slower stuff, but I've been listening to these samples and I think they're really nice to listen to. Sorry if ya don't, but I do!!!!!###

he he he

</div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (djchoppa @ Feb 6 2004, 04:17 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> Thanks Paul :Wink3: [/quote:083f61834d]
You're welcome :Smile3: How did you like the stuff, by the way?
Just had a quick listen to Daikaisho - really nice overall sound - full, clear & well balanced. I like the slide in the bass every 8 measures, it breaks up the sequence pretty well. Personally, I usually prefer music thats a bit more percussive, but I suppose thats not really the style you're going for, plus there's enough going on already to keep things interesting (though maybe the odd bit of snare or something would add a little more groove). Am liking the pads coming in around the 3 minute mark, too. Nice work.