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Monday, July 28, 2014

#music #lyrics: Don't plan too much, A Polaroid touch

#music #lyrics: Don't plan too much, A Polaroid touch http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_lomophotographer.htm

#Musicproduction: Karoryfer releases Fashionbass - #Free Bass Sample Library (WAV|SFZ)

Unlike our Swagbass which is geared more specifically towards hip-hop and R&B, the Fashionbass is more of a general-purpose bass guitar library. Underneath the odd shape which is a bit like a Rick bass that's been flipped upside down and redrawn by a fashion designer, and the big mirror pickguard, it's pretty much a typical Jazz bass - 34" scale, alder body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, and two passive pickups. The strings are a pretty typical set of roundwounds, too. You do get more range than with a typical Jazz, though, as this bass has 24 frets and is tuned CGDA, an octave below cello, with the C string also sampled tuned down to A and F#....

#Musicproduction: Karoryfer releases Fashionbass - #Free Bass Sample Library (WAV|SFZ)

Posing at White House


Posing at White House / Washington D.C.
This was obviously early in the morning. Long shadow falling to the west.
White House Dossier: http://www.whitehousedossier.com/

There are too many flies in this world...

There are too many flies in this world. Who needs that? There should only be flies which are food for birds, no flies around men.

Popfest Vienna

Popfest Vienna, Karlsplatz, in front of church Karlskirche

#Musicproduction: Tronsonic releases "The Expressive Tron" - #Free Kontakt Library

Tronsonic has released The Expressive Tron, a free sample library for Native Instruments Kontakt (5.2.1+).
The Expressive Tron features 4 tape banks from an original (un-serviced) Mellotron M400: Flute, Strings, Cello and Male Choir…

#Musicproduction: Tronsonic releases "The Expressive Tron" - #Free Kontakt Library

Song of the day: Don't plan too much, A Polaroid touch

Song of the day: Don't plan too much, A Polaroid touch http://www.vienna.cc/kunst/songs/song_lomophotographer.htm