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Old 28th August 2009 , 07:06 PM
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Hmm I only have my electric kit set up at the moment but I could put something together tonight?

How long, what sort of style?
No idea - no style has been sugested. I personally think its worth keeping not to far from commercial dance music tempo ranges (126-136) just to enable practical remixes - someone suggested 128 which aint a bad idea - right in the middle of the current club music tempo range.

That aside, those involved are into all sorts of music, some house/trance/electro/industrial etc, others rock/accoustic/guitar/keys, general pop I guess.

Any votes/sugggestions? Worth posting the genres people are actually into just to see where the middle ground sits?
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Old 28th August 2009 , 07:18 PM
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I'm into anything, but I'm 'better' at drumming to alternative/prog rock/metal!
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Ok so just to clarify we're working on parts not sections? correct?. im fine with the formats etc. and i take it we can you send it? if we add say 2 parts i take it we want them bounced seperatly ?
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Think the idea was each add a single part only - be kind of interesting to see what someone else makes of your part when you probably had something else in mind to go with it

But if doing two parts, then yes - bounce them separately.
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Yeah, without making it more complicated than originally planned. The idea is just to put down whatever you want. If you have an awesome bass line in your head, get it down and send it along. Structure doesn't *really* come into play until 3-4 parts down the line, but as Khazul has already said - the interesting part is what the others come up with after you've heard it already.

So, we're still waiting - whoever wants to start. Get it going, just let us know via this thread. If nobody has started by Tuesday, i'll get it going.
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I may lay a beat down later, for 2/3 mins...
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I'm up for it if you need bass!
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Bass is always good - lots!
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Just created a group for us - Blinders music. invites sent - hopefully I got everyone
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What a cool idea. Hope I'm not too late, I'd love to throw on a guitar and/or vocal track.
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How's this going while I've been away guys.. Anyone kicked the project off yet?
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Just created a group for us - Blinders music. invites sent - hopefully I got everyone
Nice one Khazul.. I'm in.. can everyone else involved join please then it will be helpful to speed this along.. http://forums.dv247.com/groups/blinders-music.html
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I've subscribed to it, but I can't see a link there to join it.
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Should have an invite
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Thanks man, I'm in.
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