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Live performances / Re: Sunday Morning - Cover
« Last post by Marcus Nalgaber on Today at 23:38:34 »
Sorry to bump up this old thread  :-\ 

I finally put this clip up on YouTube for @Dutchbeat , @Marcus Nalgaber  and anyone else who doesn't facebook.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-HzZxnu-sU&feature=youtu.be

@Bill from November Sound   ::thumb::

Cool video & Cool Music  ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb::

Congratulations  ::dj::
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Men and women of flesh and bone.
Thatís where my lyrics are about.
And even in a libertines country like the Netherlands, the real people loose ground.
Donít worry.
Please you and Mora keep doing what youíre doing. Because there are enough people with enough imagination.
Iím proud to be one of them.

Kind regards, Gus

@LePlongeur  ::thumb:: Many Thanks you for your comments
I think that imagination is like a lifeline for people in general.
The creation of any kind always requires many doses of imagination
Although sometimes too much imagination can lead people to live moments of anguish or danger
Regards,
Marcus
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Live performances / Re: Sunday Morning - Cover
« Last post by Bill from November Sound on Today at 22:26:36 »
Sorry to bump up this old thread  :-\ 

I finally put this clip up on YouTube for @Dutchbeat , @Marcus Nalgaber  and anyone else who doesn't facebook.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-HzZxnu-sU&feature=youtu.be
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Me / Re: Hello all !
« Last post by Dutchbeat on Today at 21:25:22 »
Hi @Kevin Dixon , thanks for joining the kitchen  :ok:

and i hope you will like it out here

and yes, your music sounds great to me  ::headphone:: ::headphone:: ::headphone:: ::headphone:: ::headphone::
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I've just come across this article by Nick Cave on his - for want of a better description - blog 'The Red Hand Files'. He'd been asked the question 'Will AI ever be able to write a good song?'
 
I find his response quite eloquent.
 
https://www.theredhandfiles.com/considering-human-imagination-the-last-piece-of-wilderness-do-you-think-ai-will-ever-be-able-to-write-a-good-song/

What do you folks think?
 
Donna
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Songs for review / Re: Bottle Top Song
« Last post by LePlongeur on Today at 19:23:43 »
Having had children eh....?
Thatís what happened to me and I looked the Sam.
Enough of this complaining.

I admire your stamina to have children and go at it again with your guitar.
Like the song too.
Donít keep me waiting another 4 years, please?
Kind regards, Gus
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Men and women of flesh and bone.
Thatís where my lyrics are about.
And even in a libertines country like the Netherlands, the real people loose ground.
Donít worry.
Please you and Mora keep doing what youíre doing. Because there are enough people with enough imagination.
Iím proud to be one of them.

Kind regards, Gus
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Songs for review / Re: The House Of Long Tomorrows
« Last post by LePlongeur on Today at 19:10:44 »
Lovely song.
Lovely lyrics.
LOVELY voices.
What a great way to tell the story.
You donít do songwriter. You do magician.
Thanks not English? You bet it is.

I go back to give it another spin.
And again.
And again.
Kind regards, Gus
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Live performances / Re: Come Away With Me
« Last post by Mora Amaro La Loba on Today at 18:36:42 »
@Leonard Scaper

Thanks for sharing your video and that moment.

I can only tell you that sometimes what you want to happen happens, so ask for it. Good luck
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Me / Hello all !
« Last post by Kevin Dixon on Today at 18:28:34 »
Hello,

It was really nice to receive a message from Dutchbeat on soundcloud inviting me to this website and forum.

I'm a producer of electronic music and cover a few genres: house, lounge & pop.
It's hard to nail down influences as there are many, but here are a few:
Moby, DaftPunk, JMJ, New Order, Depeche Mode, Chad Valley, lounge artists on Hotel Costes, and Deep House artists on Hed Kandi.

I am a bedroom producer and started in 1992 on an Amiga using octaMED, a MOD programming music tool.
I switched to a PC using cakewalk, then RubberDuck, Reason, then Cubase SX and now primarily use Cubase Artist 8 to sequence music.
I have Reason, but use it mainly now for creating loops and drum patterns.

I would consider myself as a producer more than a live musician, and have co-wrote tunes with a friend's band.
I live in the centre of the United Kingdom and have been producing for about 18 years.
I can't write lyrics to my tunes and would love someone to maybe write/sing over my music.

Equipment used: Novation 61SL MkII, AKAI MPD226 and Cubase Artist 8.  ( + Lots of coffee )

My YouTube channel is set out for different genres and is my main platform for releasing tracks.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs4UT_fkP9djQQWMNtQxrmw?view_as=subscriber

 Look forward to hearing lots of great music,

Kev



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