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Post by Dave the bass » Mon Dec 17, 2012 9:45 pm

Cue self-blowing Trumpet Fanfare...

I sussed the Drum programming AND stereo track panning, whahey. I've heard it said that George Martin has phoned up Phil Spector warning him of the new kid on the block!

Check out new and improved 'Happy Noodles' (with realistic drummer and stereo pan'd instrumentation). I've left it in HQ .wav format this time so the file size is a lot bigger ~26MB but its worth it IMO.

http://www.mediafire.com/?q2bcty4wh5998j9

A number one hit must shirley (sic) only be just around the corner at this rate :-)

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Post by pre65 » Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:11 pm

Perhaps one of the big supermarkets would be interested ? :wink: :lol:
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Post by thomas » Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:14 pm

Just noticed your earlier work, bravo young Dave!
Can't seem to download this opus tho.....

Will try again on my wife's pc later. Keep em coming!

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Post by Dave the bass » Mon Dec 17, 2012 10:32 pm

pre65 wrote:Perhaps one of the big supermarkets would be interested ? :wink: :lol:
Not arf! I'd 'sell-out' in an instant if Mr Tesco/Sainsbury/Spar/Kwik-e-mart waved a cheque under me nose!!!
thomas wrote:Just noticed your earlier work, bravo young Dave!
Can't seem to download this opus tho.....

Will try again on my wife's pc later. Keep em coming!
Thanks MrT, the latest link is a much bigger download, about 26MB in .wav format.

Here's a cheap and nasty .mp3 copy of the same new and improved mix...
http://www.mediafire.com/?4fudpx5m329omfg

Hows the bass twiddlin' going BTW MrT?

DTB
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Post by shane » Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:58 am

pre65 wrote:Perhaps one of the big supermarkets would be interested ? :wink: :lol:
BAA? Otis? The possibilities are endless...

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Post by pre65 » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:23 am

shane wrote:
pre65 wrote:Perhaps one of the big supermarkets would be interested ? :wink: :lol:
Otis? The possibilities are endless...
Miss Otis regrets------- :wink: :lol:
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Post by Dave the bass » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:32 am

shane wrote:
BAA? Otis? The possibilities are endless...
Ha! OK, its too 'mellow' for you then our-Shane :-)

I shall freshly prepare gnarly hardcore bass track for ya then...

DTB
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Post by pre65 » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:36 am

Mellow if fine, you dear old fellow. :lol:
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Post by shane » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:39 am

Dave the bass wrote:
shane wrote:
BAA? Otis? The possibilities are endless...
Ha! OK, its too 'mellow' for you then our-Shane :-)

I shall freshly prepare gnarly hardcore bass track for ya then...

DTB
Nah. Just jealous cos I can't do that.

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Post by The Stratmangler » Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:38 pm

New choon - big thumbs up from Mangler Jnr. and meself.
Glad to hear you've learned how to give the drummer a slap and he now behaves himself 8)
Chris :happy3:

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Post by PeteC » Tue Dec 18, 2012 8:10 pm

Great thread !!

if anyone fancies some collaboration here is a link to a few tunes I have been messing with recently - just rough ideas at moment . All tracked here at home in my little studio. ( with lots of valve gear )

due to the beauty of the internet I have a mate in Sweden who is working on my basic ideas and adding stuff as we go. As well as a bass player here in Leeds ( but DTB , please feel free to 'ave a go if you wish ! )

Any contributions welcome from the instrumentally inclined here !

https://soundcloud.com/pete-coates


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Post by Dave the bass » Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:32 pm

The Stratmangler wrote:New choon - big thumbs up from Mangler Jnr. and meself.
Glad to hear you've learned how to give the drummer a slap and he now behaves himself 8)
Cheers Manglers! It was me that needed the slap Chris, I wasn't programming it correctly. We've only been together a month and the rhythm section nearly had a falling out... eek!


Pete, Track 3 'deep as any ocean' when that ploughs in YOU ARE ALEX LIFESON :lol: Nice sketches Pete.

If its cool with you I might DL them as .wavs and see if I can import them into the portapottystudio and have a bass fumble.

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Post by PeteC » Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:52 pm

Feel Free Dave !!!

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Post by The Stratmangler » Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:24 pm

Dave the bass wrote:Cheers Manglers! It was me that needed the slap Chris, I wasn't programming it correctly. We've only been together a month and the rhythm section nearly had a falling out... eek!
I think I'm going to take up the offer of being guided through programming by the shop's resident Roland hexpert when it comes to programming the good Doctor.
It might well stop some tears before bedtime :wink:

One benefit of buying stuff from a proper shop an' all :)
Chris :happy3:

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Post by ed » Wed Dec 19, 2012 9:52 am

waahey it's started to catch on...

Pete, I clicked the following button but they've just changed the format on soundcloud so I couldn't find the old function for sending a message...however, all the tracks have a signature and they're all well catchy...great stuff...

the bass, You go easy on that drum gizmo, real ones sometimes punch you out when you offend them, little ones in boxes probably do far worse...go steady! It's a shame you weren't into this when I sold the aw16g a couple of years back, it went for a song. I had it for location recording but for some reason the need for outside recordings seems to have disappeared.
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