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I started this yesterday evening and 24 hours later it's 'finished'. Just a short little tune with Beatbox drums recorded live in pattern mode, a Mod Synth, FM Synth and Organ Synth (now replaced by subsynth) and finally a PCM Synth for that M1 Piano sound (now replaced by a flute).
Minimal production, no automation. Not quite a song but I used transpose to introduce some melodic variation and also toyed with shuffle overide on a couple of patterns. Also used the new glide feature on mod and sub synth, love it.
A nominal prize to the person who guesses the meaning behind the slightly cryptic song title
Canadian "oak" = Weed?
Ha ha! No, guess again
They make nice barrels for whisky with it ;)
why is everyone assuming that it's either drugs or booze, it's like you people have met me
Well the other day I was going to comment on the little spliff in your avatar's mouth, followed by the beer after the toke.
...While tripping out on techno music using the hallucinogenic ear phones pipped into caustic beats. Your character is just missing the bloodshot eyes.
It was always supposed to be a cigarette as I was a 20 a day smoker when I created South Park James. I've quit now and my hair's short but I still love the avatar
Maybe I was being way too smart arsey with the name, I chose it because some of the sounds, especially the modular synth and subsynth sound a little like the kind of sounds favoured by a Scottish electronica duo...
I know I know!
Nice live sound for the drumkit! And for the game, I was thinking of something related to wooden drums...But reading your last clue, I am completely wrong, ha ha...
Canadian Oak = Boards of Canada
This is really quite nice, I'm really digging the mood on this one... ok so...
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I'm sorry for spoiling it! I was too impatient
BOC have done some great tracks. I love Polyphasic Workshop.
How could i miss this??? I love it!! Nice FN job Bipidribait.. :-) The Arrangement and Sounds you used! Wow... Nice work my friend!!!
*Telephasic. Stupid phone!