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Joined: 06/04/2015 - 11:21
A Fresh Start

Out of habit, I am posting this track here. It is a bit quirky and other than being electronic in nature, it is hard to pin down.

It only took 7 Caustic instrument slots and for old times' sake I might post the .caustic file, if there is any curiousity out there.

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Sounds like some Chemical

Sounds like some Chemical Brothers refrain. :) Just waiting for the break beat to start.

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Ooh, yes please! I learn a

Ooh, yes please! I learn a lot from other peoples files (or at least I've borrowed a lot of presets from other peoples files) laugh

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OK James, as requested.

OK James, as requested. Caustic file is attached. Beware of names on presets, though. I tend to start with something canned and then scramble it all up but never go back and change the name and save a new preset.  So, if you see "Trombone" in there, don't be surprised.... :-)

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Whenever I borrow someone

Whenever I borrow someone elses preset that I've then tweaked I save it with suffix JM so that I still have the 'stock' version. 

I've just checked and I'm up to AV Baloons JM10 now - hands down my favourite preset from Caustic 3.0 right up to the present day.

I've reached a similar version number for the MNIIP FM preset.

And nice tune btw, I get what Mike says about the Chemical Brothers - maybe a hint of 'The Psychedelic Private Reel' type vibe.

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@Mike @James, thank you both

@Mike @James, thank you both for referencing professional musicians in describing my music. I didn't have a lot of exposure to Chemical Brothers but have listened to a few tracks since reading your comments.  I do think we have some similar approaches and sounds. Anyway, thanks for listening and thanks for commenting, and if you have any questions or comments on the .caustic file I'd love to hear them.