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The only time I didn't hear a crackle was at 1:10!

Of course, I was eating potato chips while I listened.

 

To be serious- no crackle, cool violin, and I love the Sprouse sense of composition and meter, irregular yet completely accessible, beyond the rules. Well done!

Cheers,

-Tom

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 David  , that was great! I considered it pretty close to experimental. I put a kick drum in my head and couldn't keep up with the timing. I loved the relaxing tones and presentation , you are a Very talented composer and producer. Another all around fantastic job  ..  mark 

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David,  I like this one esp the violin starting around 0:35.  Very good orchestration throughout.

 

-Bjorn

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Nice, I love the in-between bits on NPR as well. Looks like you messed up and made a really nice bit of music here. Mix and sound stage are both quite lovely. 

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No crack here. No ganga here. No horse here either,

 

All I heard was the backing track to a Jesse Screed song. Lurvely

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On 10/27/2020 at 7:07 AM, Bapu said:

No crack here. No ganga here. No horse here either,

 

All I heard was the backing track to a Jesse Screed song. Lurvely

Thx punkin pi

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5 hours ago, daryl1968 said:

this is like a very unfunny parody.

Seriously, it sounds great - all the sounds are really nicely mixed

It's my anhedonia.  

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21 minutes ago, David Sprouse said:

It's my anhedonia.  

Well I took great pleasure in it David. It's a nice piece

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Outstanding!  Excellent panning and a surprise ending.  Eerily haunting which is perfect for this time of year and history.  At this end, it's clear as a harp/bell.

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David,  what can I say, very nice.

I am sorry to hear about your anhedonia.

It seems like you are coping though, you're still creating music.

I am praying for you to stay on an even keel so I can hear more in the future.

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On 10/31/2020 at 6:13 AM, Jesse Screed said:

David,  what can I say, very nice.

I am sorry to hear about your anhedonia.

It seems like you are coping though, you're still creating music.

I am praying for you to stay on an even keel so I can hear more in the future.

It's true jesse, I haven't experienced pleasure for more than 20 years.    My greatest regret is not having a sense of humor.  I can't find anything  funny.

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8 hours ago, David Sprouse said:

It's true jesse, I haven't experienced pleasure for more than 20 years.    My greatest regret is not having a sense of humor.  I can't find anything .

well, the only thing I can tell you

and you can choose to believe it or not

you are a surrogate

each of us is something

most of us are in the box

it is crowded in the box

there is no deviation in the box

the box is a safe place

but everyone in the box wonders what it is like outside of the box

"and the pale hordes flock to harlem for a dose of thunderbolt juice, knowing they can take the train home."

 

In most of the monoculture, Carduus nutans is considered a noxious weed,

but for those who see, it brings clearness to the heart

so feeling joy is a construct. it is in the not feeling that we are purified

of course "a fool be I."

but you are a surrogate, and a good one at that.

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, David Sprouse said:

I haven't experienced pleasure for more than 20 years

This is very sad, but I will tell you this brought me joy; hopefully that will let you experience a little vicariously...

t

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