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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2006 12:28 pm 
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This Sticky is your place to post a short notification should you decide to upload anything new to the dedicated MP3-Player we've got on site.

Check this link out for more technical information as well as the credentials necessary to be able to upload: http://forum.dijonstock.com/viewtopic.php?t=4826

If you post here, within this very thread, people will more efficiently notice new additions to the playlist, resulting in enhanced potential for your song to be heard.

It would be nice to get some background info on the tunes present within the loop.

Something like:

MicEater - Lullaby:

One long look is sometimes enough to capture everything for a song. The lyrics were some sort of stream-of-consciousness type of thing, raining down on me within the blink of an eye - the music had to be simple yet effective, as not to fight for attention with the vocals. Yeah, this song is tiring... but that's the whole purpose.

Close your eyes and let this Lullaby take you on a journey.


Let's get this started!

Thanks for your cooperation

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Good one Michel.

My contributions are:

No Reason Why: written for the first Compilation CD in april 2004

Goodbye: written for the second Compilation CD in february 2005

Sandstorm: A Level 42 cover, a little try-out for an analogue 4-track, my very first recording.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2006 8:48 pm 
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Mice - what a good idea!

The Doc - Dark is the Shadows

My offering is called 'Dark is the Shadows' and was prompted by the US governments lack of coherent action dealing with the forgotten poor of the hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans - and it still goes on!!

Can you show me the procedure for putting a direct link to my song in the MP3 player onto this post in this thread. That way if everybody was able to do the same on their posts in this thread the direct link may speed things up for listeners, yes?, no?, just an idea.

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The direct link is always:

http://mp3.dijonstock.com/mp3/filename.mp3

Spaces need to be replaced by %20.

So, in this case: http://mp3.dijonstock.com/mp3/The%20Doc%20-%20Dark%20is%20the%20Shadows.mp3

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Thanks Robbie

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We've got 3 rough NiceStock mixes up:

NiceStock - Goin'West
NiceStock - At Your Side (the latest addition and I already hate it...some work to do there but I'm waiting for the feckin' piano player to give up his two cents)
NiceStock - oh what did I call the file name? Well it's an intermediate mix of Love Makes Gods of Us All. I'll put up the pre-master hopefully tonight.

Too, I hope to post another one of the guys' brilliant jams.

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David

haven't been in front of my monitors yet, will speak soon

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[quote="MicEater"]This Sticky is your place to post a short notification should you decide to upload anything new to the dedicated MP3-Player we've got on site.]

Is this still active? and the uploads?? New kid in town...

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Greg wrote:
Is this still active? and the uploads?? New kid in town...


Hi Greg.... not sure about it... let's wait for Robbie - he'll be able to give you the details ;-).

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Yep - still active, still uploadable. Only one restriction: the 250 Mb limit.

Let me check for the status.

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There's still room for a couple of contributions.

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OK - I have added a song to the Music selection.
(My Background-(drummer)): Every Tuesday nite (Card Nite) I take myself and my AW1600 to a friends place, where we are plied with Chicken Curry and a few bevvies. We adjourn to the back room where our gear remains set up. I just plug in the 8 mics/DI's into AW16, punch up a few input libraries, pick up my sticks and hit record. The majority of our tunes are Steely Dan, but not entirely. Some Santana, Lee Rit, and anything that someone cares to start playing.

THE SONG: I have added is Peg. It is probably the most complete recording I have at the moment, due to the nature of our "Card Nite", no pressure - just jam. (As you would know, not everyone in the band shares the same passion for recording as we do). Drums, Bass, Keys and rythm guit are all live. I overdubbed the middle guit solo, but retained Diks soloing at the end.
Vocals were done remotely (a copy sent via CD to brother-in-law, dropped onto another multi-track, vocals done, bounced back to another cd, then back onto 2 trks of yammy)
Thanks to Donald/Walter for so much music! (going to see them live in Sept :D

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oh - the Filename listed is:
CARD NIGHT greg_PEG.mp3 :oops:

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Compliments, Greg. It's not the easiest song to cover - it's a lot more complicated than it seems at first sight.

Chicken Curry and then record, huh? I should try that.

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Chicken Curry and then record,

Just be careful lighting matches afterwards.....

Thanks Rob. We have a lot of fun. Just wish we had enough time to finish all the songs I record!!! I dont have a mixdown room, other than my lounge room at present, so its all done in cans - not as accurate as I would like. What I also like doing is adding real drums to sequences etc. Do you guys send stuff around for this type of thing? Did I detect a hint of Level 42 in the Dijon Air?....gotta love that. :)

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Yes we sometimes send backup files to include other artists on a project. We have an "exchange room" for that (it's in the stickies somewhere).

It can be a lot of fun.

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Ayup!! I am new to all this, but I just posted 2 Mp3's. The Quota-Demo, and Quartet-Irish Sherry. Both were done on an old ( the first one in Leicester, England) Aw16G. I have put a bit of information on page 5 of this thread.
Fanks, Chris.

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Where do you upload songs to the Dijon MP3 player? (URL ? )

These are just snippets from about 6 months ago but they are genuine. The RODE recording came out good considering no sound booth, air conditioning and not knowing what I was doing at the time LOL href="http://happyharry.net/who.can.i.turn.to.mp3">3 takes; 2 spanish guitar and 1 harmonica</a> and here is me trying out my new RODE NT1_A large condensor microphone along with a 12_string guitar <a href="http://happyharry.net/deepest.love.of.all.mp3"></a>

The project studio construction in the RV is coming along, I am just ordering my reference monitors, sub and cables. So I hope to be fiddling around before new years, but I won't get my 01X jacked into LogicPro and a Mac until FEB. I've been saving money all year and am excited, it's almost time. I simply refused to record an album using 01X and Cubase. Too many remote buttons don't work.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2008 1:31 am 
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Hiya Harry,

Happy birthday!! 8) 8)

You can find details on the webbased player here.

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I was clearing out some things and found two tracks - both are some of the first things I completed on the G:

1) Playout Music for a 1980s Zombie Film.

This is meant to be like playout music for a 1980s zombie film.

2) Helicopter in Slow-Mo.

This was me messing about with the pads. I think the samples are from the library that came with the G, but I deleted it ages ago so I can't be sure.


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