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Still People
by Weird Polymer
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Wed, Feb 23, 2005 @ 3:35 PM

Samples are used in:

 
The Orchestral Movement of 1932
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permalink   Wed, Feb 23, 2005 @ 5:50 PM
Can I just say how happy I am that something different is finally on this site?
Your work reminds me of W.G. Snuffy Walden’s music.

Amazing. Stay here forever.
 
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permalink   Weird Polymer Thu, Feb 24, 2005 @ 9:14 PM
I just uploaded the MIDI rendering of this peice, hope you enjoy it.
Minus Kelvin
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permalink   Fri, Feb 25, 2005 @ 5:15 PM
Hey man… I love the classical music here… I love this piece except for the harpsichord. Kinda kept jarring me. I generally love disconjunctiveness but it still has to fit, you know?
 
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permalink   Minus Kelvin Fri, Feb 25, 2005 @ 5:18 PM
Dang. i kinda regret my comment a bit.. listened to it again, the harpsichord/guitar DOES jar, but I think it may be simply the midi nature of it. I listened to it imagining it in a live performance… I can see what you are trying to do with it. The part I am talking about is the major scale run that keeps coming in that kind sounds like a Bach-like resolution… I really like the chords you play with the vibes.
 
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permalink   Weird Polymer Fri, Feb 25, 2005 @ 8:56 PM
It’s funny you should mention it, I wasn’t really completely happy with it myself either. I left it in because it reminded me of a cheesey bit from the old Disney Main Street Electric Parade sound track I remember from childhood. I think playing it once is enough and three or four times too much! Nice thing about Midi/Finale is that its easy enough to correct. This type of critism is really helpful and what I miss about composing within a group … don’t feel bad, it be helpful!

P.S. I’ve uploaded and replacement version with the correction.
shockshadow
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permalink   Wed, Mar 2, 2005 @ 6:58 AM
man, you really have skillz when it comes to midi arrangement….seriously. i could never grasp notation, no matter how hard i tried….and i played piano/guitar since i was like 8 years old. i finally just gave up and starting improvising all my stuff and commiting it to memory. when electronic music on the pc was born and developed to a decent level is when i really was able to sit down and record all my compositions and everything…was a huge sigh of release for me…hehe. but seriously, your stuff is right up there with the midi gaming music greats!……*breaks out Super Nintendo Emulator and starts playing Demon Crest…*