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Re: Hello, I'm a New Member

Subject: Re: Hello, I'm a New Member
From: "Steve Pelikan" pelikan45224
Date: Wed Sep 5, 2007 6:17 pm ((PDT))


I'd love to hear (or read) how you're using using samples in musical
compositions. Sounds interesting!

And, despite what different people's opinions of various tech is,
everyone I know would agree: if it works for you, that's all you need!

Steve P

--- In  "ritualdik" <>
> Hi All,
> I just received the approval notice from our moderator, which asked
> for a little introduction, so...
> I recently got into field recordings after purchasing an M-Audio
> Microtrack 24/96, which I primarily intend to use as a source of
> samples for my electronic music, which I've been doing for around 6
> years now.  Just from glancing at the forum it would appear that my
> lowly Microtrack might not be "up to the task" of getting good,
> high-quality ambient nature sounds.  Nonetheless, I intend to soldier
> on and accomplish/learn what I can.  :)
> Oh, I'm located in Elkhart, Indiana, USA.
> Later,
> -RD

"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause

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