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Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by decay-o-caster, Aug 31, 2008.

  1. decay-o-caster

    decay-o-caster Member

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    You know, there's a downside to cheap, plentiful, and easy access to recording gear: people will insist on using it! :eek:

    Yep, things are gettin' out of hand here at Third Bedroom Studios:
    http://tempusfugitives.articulateimages.com/DHKSongDemos/PossomStagger20080829.mp3

    Chapin Fretless Desert Hawk into a Top Hat Emplexador II set on 'stun', plus various other bits and dribbles.

    At least this one isn't totally psychotic...

    Enjoy (I hope)!
     
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    Sort of Rockabilly right ...?

    Swagger those hips baby ...do za Possum Stagger

    I don't know if you know who the poet/folk singer Ric Masten was ...
    but your guys have a similar vibe and tone to your voices ..

    Nice slide work too ...
     
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    Joseph - when I wrote it I figured it would be sort of punky/Dirty Water-ish - the whole rockabilly/post-punk thing was kind of a surprise. Adventures in 200+ BPM-Land!

    I've heard Ric Masten's name, but don't know him. Got some research to do, I'm thinking. And thanks very much for listening!
     
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    You are on a roll, aint nothin wrong wit tat! Sounds good, keep rolling.:AOK
     
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    Did you order your new TR Emplex yet?
    Cliff and Brian are calling our names

    Nicely done
     
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    eBay - thanks! Not sure I'd call it "sweet" (or hell - even "music"!), but thanks for the kind words!

    Groovey - I really like everything about my current E-II so much I'm afraid to mess with it. Cliff is killing me with the new one, but I don't WANT a better one - I want the one I got! And hey - thanks for checking in!
     
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    :dudemade me dance. i know the possum stagger well. love it.
     
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    Careful you don't end up on YouTube doin' it, crzyfngers! ;)
     

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