Reviews for "Alive or Dead, who cares. Being dead just means being asleep, and people wake up"

Alive or Dead, who cares. Bei...
by stellarartwars
Recommends (15)
Sun, Nov 16, 2014 @ 1:29 AM

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permalink   Sun, Nov 16, 2014 @ 4:36 AM
You can’t go wrong with Linux tools.
I like the minimal approach here—really helps accent the vocal track.
Kara Square
permalink   Sun, Nov 16, 2014 @ 9:48 AM
Awesome percussion. It supports Spin’s vocals so well.
permalink   Sun, Nov 16, 2014 @ 11:00 AM
Love this arrangement — I feel like I could be watching Spinningmerkabe motivating a group of clansmen as they sit around a fire as the drums beat. We’re lucky to have your enthusiastic presence as part of our ccMixter family! Bravo!
permalink   Sun, Nov 16, 2014 @ 3:14 PM
great rhythm section supporting spinningmerkaba’s captivating vocal. i feel much more alive listening! thank you!
permalink   Mon, Nov 17, 2014 @ 2:33 PM
I hear the street in this mix, just sounds earthy and real. thanks!
permalink   stellarartwars Mon, Nov 17, 2014 @ 9:08 PM
whatever your ethnicity, this is the sort of Anglo-African music I like, even with a Nordic software developer and a Japanese-American robot. Totally roots, totally multinational, just like people. And even robots have a human side, and make great drummers!

Viva A.Linn, A.Dell and our DAW package (just like ProTools, but open source and ‘Arder)

Thank you for your amazing effort.

Most of mine was spent fighting malware on this project as opposed to creative work.
permalink   stellarartwars Mon, Nov 17, 2014 @ 9:17 PM
Piracy is a interesting one here. We use commercial software like a library book. I do buy commercial DAW software as do other members of my local team but we do not think it’s fair to have to buy a copy each when only one of us is using it at once. That is actually the “like a book” legal route and is true UK copyright law. You cannot copy a book by law - and software is written code- but you can transfer the licence by lending out the book to your friends, obviously if you do that you can’t read the book yourself, so nothing is copied.

Me, and twins Phil/Paul or Twiggy and his mate Ben do just that! It’s not piracy, it’s statutory copyright law.

Do we run cracked software? Yes occasionally (though a non-cracked Reason 3 will run on Wine) because copy-protection prevents legitimate uses within the “like a book” licence that is actually copyright law- including backing up systems etc.