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  • seismic1
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    Originally posted by Thought Experiment View Post
    Originally posted by seismic1 View Post
    ... It's time to play...
    You sound like some kind of evil genius when you say that :D
    I think you just got the vacant position in my marketing dept.:idea:

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  • Thought Experiment
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    Originally posted by seismic1 View Post
    ... It's time to play...
    You sound like some kind of evil genius when you say that :D

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  • seismic1
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    Hey, Mike. Thanks for checking this one out. Glad you liked it

    I've had over three years of inertia. During that time I've made 2 or 3 complete tracks, a remix, a guest appearance on an album and a few mastering projects. I also managed to remix 56 tracks (some of them 3 or 4 times), but I've had enough that. It's time to play.:eek:

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  • Thought Experiment
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    Nice work Tim I know what you mean about what to do next - whenever I finish a project I have a few days of inertia, even when my next project is already planned. It's like I have to give myself a little time to wind up the ol' elastic band again...Anyway, I'm looking forward to some new whatsisname material now :D

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  • seismic1
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    Hot Hog Infusion - ElectroProg (Seismic Landmark)

    This is the last in my series of remixes of old work, dating from February 2011. It sat on my hard drive gathering parity for almost 3 years, when I really ought to have finished it off. I have now addressed this failing. It has a hook line in there somewhere and layered arps to add to the confusion. This was the second of my beverage-inspired tracks and the last? in my TraceFusion series. The original track was recorded in one day. The remix took longer (10 hours - I think it was 5 2-hour sessions). This track features a lot of my favourite softsynths.




    Right now I'm not sure what to do next. :dunno:
    Last edited by seismic1; 11-08-2015, 01:20 PM.
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