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[Electronica] S-B-J - Cerebrum

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sbj
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288 posts since 17 Aug, 2012, from Denmark
  

Postby sbj; Tue May 27, 2014 12:31 am [Electronica] S-B-J - Cerebrum

https://soundcloud.com/sbj67/s-b-j-cerebrum-08-we-i-r-d

What is good? What is not so good?
Every opinion appreciated 8)
Thanks for listening :tu:
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Postby seismic1; Wed May 28, 2014 4:09 pm Re: [Electronica] S-B-J - Cerebrum

This track has quite a varied collection of sounds, all of which work together surprisingly well. There's a great Tom pattern which sounds like something out of a Genesis drum solo/duet from the '70s sitting on top of an ambient backing. Then we have an almost dubstep bass sound attacking a future groove, and some sounds of an almost vocal nature emerging from the mayhem to make their presence felt. I'll try to play this again, but louder at the weekend.

Genre - I have no idea, but that's not the point :)

It's all good :)
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sbj
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288 posts since 17 Aug, 2012, from Denmark
  

Postby sbj; Fri May 30, 2014 12:50 am Re: [Electronica] S-B-J - Cerebrum

seismic1 wrote:This track has quite a varied collection of sounds, all of which work together surprisingly well. There's a great Tom pattern which sounds like something out of a Genesis drum solo/duet from the '70s sitting on top of an ambient backing. Then we have an almost dubstep bass sound attacking a future groove, and some sounds of an almost vocal nature emerging from the mayhem to make their presence felt. I'll try to play this again, but louder at the weekend.

Genre - I have no idea, but that's not the point :)

It's all good :)


Thank you very much Tim :D

It is no wonder the genre is hard to place. I always go with the flow
and never think about it.
Then I, most of the times, just call it Electronica :wink:

Cheers :tu:
“Name the greatest of all inventors. Accident.” ― Mark Twain -
Sound C loud
Band C amp
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