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    Ray Dalio

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    The Golden Order and the Birth of Adam (Exalted Elk VIP mix)
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    Awaiting the Ray Dalio VIP already.
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    DustBrigade

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    Just paulstretch Amen and you're set!
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    Jimmy Crack

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    Consider that modern astronomical science has verified what Abraham likely already knew – that the heavens themselves testify of the base number 432. For instance, it takes exactly 72 years for the earth to travel a mere one degree around the 25,920 year grand procession of the equinox through the 12 “star constellations”. There are 360 degrees in a complete circle. 72 x 360 = 25,920. The number 432 multiplied by the number 60 equals the 25,920 year procession of the equinox, as well as all of the planetary and stellar “processions” which also just happen to perfectly align with the base number 432. Is it just a coincidence that Abraham’s culture, the ancient Chaldees, produced instruments tuned to this base number of 432 hz vibrations? The salient question is, which came first, Abraham’s covenant with God, the Creator of the Universe, or Abraham’s knowledge of the 432 connection to the Creator of the Uni (one) Verse (song) that lent him the process to find and access God?




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    Ray Dalio

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    Ray Dalio presents Illuminaté across the top in Avant Garde.

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    DustBrigade

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    I could be in for a collaborative effort of some sort. Usually I don't care too much about tuning at all tbh, just goes by ear with what sounds good. How will decisions be made? So we don't just end up with 15 tunes that we cherrypick sounds from into a final one?
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    bozman 1/2 of Shock Division

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    mundos

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    This could be the sickest thing DOA ever done
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    bozman 1/2 of Shock Division

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    Maybe we can give different stems to different people. Like one person makes drums, one person makes atmospheres and such. Afterwards we can vote for a redo or not.

    Or we could make an EP and group everyone who has an identical style. Give the EP some variety.
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    2turntables Bat*untered

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    I'm pretty sure I can source a virgin for sacrifice at the ceremony to mark its completion and hallowed first play in the lodge. although you probably have a fresh supply ready.
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    so ya i gots wot u needs bruv but u come 2 the rong place if u is lookin2 avoid piss takers
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    phreeky

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    don't listen to the [email protected] Doos they're just jello cuz your swag:slay2:

    supporting the idea of starting over fresh although i'm not (yet) in on this need to get my shit together.
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    Kongru

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    That's actually a sick idea
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    mistabishi INACTIVE ACCOUNT

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    £450 day rate and I'm yours m8.
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    no ideals or community vibrations? no collective conciousness?

    its all about money to you? you have forsaken the code brother bishi
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    Can we call our collective selves good company?
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    sato

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    Awesome :clap:
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    mistabishi INACTIVE ACCOUNT

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    Best if you do it like a thread. Someone does 8 bars, then someone else does the next 8.
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    Actually the best composition technique for electronic music I ever learnt – which I seem to have in my head was how Modus Operandi was written – is to start with a single bar .. Maybe a basic drum loop.

    Then double it up (2 bars) and do something – maybe add a variation, or an instrument that does something over 2 bars .. Just follow your instincts and only think about making the best 2 bars, then 4 bars, then 8, etc.

    And you wind up with 5 minutes of music that's written itself from the middle out, and you just tack on an intro and outro. Almost fractal-like, because the whole thing evolves from your initial idea.
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    i do shit that way but it always ends up needing a part b or something.
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    Jimmy Crack

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    That's when u stem it and really arrange it. Second part comes easier. tho I have trouble matching levels working midi audio sometimes but oh well it gets easier
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    teach me, obi wan... :fire:
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    Ray Dalio

    Ray Dalio

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    You still have to be good. If it still needs things, it means you're not doing what you're meant to be doing and you need to practice more..

    But the point is you write the whole track listening every step of the way – if you go into an arrange page to figure things out, it means you're not using your ears, and you're going to lapse back into Cubase syndrome..
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    Jimmy Crack

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    Idk I feel I get stuck intro drop a lot. I'll build track up like he said as I add new stuff I make a copy of what I did and go from there. but that b part was hard to do I'd have to change my synth. n I always mess that up or end up turning knobs till bored.

    When I stem it I can be more objective and scrap a lot of it. like last tune i liked this ohhh qhhhchwah thing with bass. but initially the audio only lined up once with synth. but with the audio it became like a main layer and I was able to remove less interesting bits. Then stem it again probably keep it clean. make a part b use new sounds then try to fit the two together. usually end up scrapping 70% of it so i don't try hard here just get a little different vibe. n somehow use same bass but chopped differently. different groove bassline but using same sounds differently maybe new layers.

    Not too sure still figuring it out myself :teeth:
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    Tesse_9 A Place in the Sun

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    Great!...All of You. Who doesn't want a better world? A better way to express and create? It is life Itself.

    Have a great day! ;)
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    Tesse_9 A Place in the Sun

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    Tesse_9 A Place in the Sun

    Tesse_9

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    Haven't had time to read this thread btw...but look forward to it...Have to go
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    I find Dropbox or Wetransfer works particularly well
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    Mania You people make me sick

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    just set up a public dropbox folder and link it here
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