Neat motifs, here. Yes the piano is out of tune, but not SOOO much that it completely ruins the piece for me, by any means. I don't think that I new that you were a piano player, man -- or is it a player piano :]

I love where this new set of tunes is going, it all has a more mature, clearer quality to it.

OK, Manko, I am ready for some of your tunes to be on piano man!
-Sho
 Jul 11, 2013, 08:15 EDT
Bojko 
thanks man, yeah gonna do more with this getting it recorded before just in case I forgot, been playing it every few hours to ingrain it in the old brain, ask the girls I'm a playah and this piano just found out lol I took one class in college just know chords and the basics pretty much, gotta get a sweet keyboard at the crib, I want a weighted one, but shall settle till the money comes in with unweighted
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
I even like the funky Piano. Reminds me of the fact that in the 12TET system (that's A thru G#) we are missing put on A LOT of tones!!! Keep it UUuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuup.............
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Bojko 
that is very true, if only you knew what in tune for being out of tune was so you could do a live set of stuff like that
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
hahaha. have you heard of harry partch? he created systems for being in tune for being out of tune! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Partch and here is bit of an explanation of the systems
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microtonality
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tom clark gave feedback to Bojko for “out of tune piano July 2013 WIP”:
Sounds trippy, I like it tho. It seems like its in the distance with some crazy reverb. I like it tho very cool buddy. Very relaxing in a way to listen to. I think the fact that its out of tune actually gives it an edge for reals..
 Jul 11, 2013, 13:33 EDT
Bojko 
thanks man yeah if I re record it on this actual piano I might put the mike down by the pedals for more depth and reverence I had it where you put sheet music not sure the best spot to mic a upright piano, gotta try different spots and check the sounds I suppose eh :)
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to KiND for “KiND - Oh Well”:
I had not heard this one in a minute. Still a cool one. Esp. like the little voice over -- I am not sure that I heard it the first time!

I feel like it needs maybe some deeper basslines...

Thanks again,
Shoham
 Apr 24, 2013, 17:59 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to KiND for “KiND - Oh Well”:
Very chill groove here, my friend! I feel like you could definitly go with a little bit more speed throughout, maybe a change-up in tempo, somewhere around 2 minutes in? Or at 2:11 to be more precise. Then back around 2:25 to the original tempo. Just my opinion.

Must be cold in Northern Canada, no? Thanks for keeping the beats warm though...!

Thank you,
Shoham
 Mar 06, 2013, 15:34 EST
Omitted 3 posts.
KiND 
Hmm, I have been working a lot on my sound design currently, I haven't really started it, I could see what I could make for my first track and go from there, I want it to capture a few emotions throughout the album, gonna do some research on them and see which will suit my styles and go from there! Thanks for giving me some inspiration and something to work on!
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Keep on working, I'm excited to hear what comes next. Life is work, money distills it, and art is capital.
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KiND 
Thanks again! will do :) you'll be the first to know when its finished, I can send you some progress tracks a long the way even! Very true :)
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Nice. Even post here (public or private.) I'm following your work! Thank you, Shoham
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The Middlemen gave feedback to Aldaraia for “Hemorrhage/Budapest”:
Nice textures. Very interesting experimental sound. I actually didn't like this until about 1:00' into it, but it's cool how you mix it up every minute or so.
 Jul 15, 2011, 14:31 EDT

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