This guy is an incredible musician!

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#1  Edited By Bulldog19892
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Sorry to double post, just wanted to embed that for you.  At first I was thinking, "What kind of crap did I just get linked into watching?"  But about a minute in I was awe-struck.  That was really well done for live sampling.  Kudos for finding it, I don't care if the next twenty people come in screaming "OLD!12313112!!!" 

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#4  Edited By Bulldog19892
MisoRonery said:
"Sorry to double post, just wanted to imbed that for you.  At first I was thinking, "What kind of crap did I just get linked into watching?"  But about a minute in I was awe-struck.  That was really well done for live sampling.  Kudos for finding it, I don't care if the next twenty people come in screaming "OLD!12313112!!!" "
They won't. This guy is surprisingly obscure. After seeing this I wanted to buy his album (he only has one), and that was a pretty daunting task. It turns out you can find it on Bleep.com, some indie music website I had never heard of before.

Thanks for the embed by the way.
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#5  Edited By crunchUK

that was awesome i wish i was that good

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#6  Edited By whyzenheimer

You're quite welcome.  I'd probably be more interested in listening to the music if I hadn't seen this first.  Just watching them work makes me want to track them down to see them live.

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#7  Edited By TwoOneFive

niice that was cool. i like how they create effects on the spot and they even through in visuals for the show instead of prerecorded stuff

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#8  Edited By Bulldog19892
MisoRonery said:
"You're quite welcome.  I'd probably be more interested in listening to the music if I hadn't seen this first.  Just watching them work makes me want to track them down to see them live.
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That's probably an even more difficult task, and you would likely have to go overseas to see him because this kind of music is (unfortunatly) only popular in countries other than the U.S.. And if you already live outside the U.S. then cheers to you, and take videos if you find him.
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#9  Edited By TwoOneFive
Bulldog19892 said:
"MisoRonery said:
"You're quite welcome.  I'd probably be more interested in listening to the music if I hadn't seen this first.  Just watching them work makes me want to track them down to see them live.
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That's probably an even more difficult task, and you would likely have to go overseas to see him because this kind of music is (unfortunatly) only popular in countries other than the U.S.. And if you already live outside the U.S. then cheers to you, and take videos if you find him."
um okay, i've seen shows like this is several different locations in my home city Philadelphia alone, so im sure i could find good indie music like this in any major city in this country.  only overseas, pff
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#10  Edited By whyzenheimer
TwoOneFive said:
"Bulldog19892 said:
"MisoRonery said:
"You're quite welcome.  I'd probably be more interested in listening to the music if I hadn't seen this first.  Just watching them work makes me want to track them down to see them live.
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That's probably an even more difficult task, and you would likely have to go overseas to see him because this kind of music is (unfortunatly) only popular in countries other than the U.S.. And if you already live outside the U.S. then cheers to you, and take videos if you find him."
um okay, i've seen shows like this is several different locations in my home city Philadelphia alone, so im sure i could find good indie music like this in any major city in this country.  only overseas, pff"
How about you give a recommendation of something similar or competitive instead of jumping straight into being a twat?  Yes there are similar acts in the US and a burgeoning trip-hop/trance/house/whatever-the-fuck the kids want to call it fanbase, but the only thing you just educated anyone about is the fact that you're an asshole.
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#11  Edited By DemoMan

That was awesome

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#12  Edited By Meowayne

I was sitting here listening, thinking: You know this type of music, where have you heard it before? Then it struck me.

If you like the sound of this, definatly check out Akira Yamaokas sountracks of the Silent Hill series! There's some disturbing stuff and some vocals, but much of this kind as well.

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#13  Edited By angelkimne

It would make good Game music :-)

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#14  Edited By xruntime

Great it wasn't metal. I like peaceful music

I think they used Ableton Live

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#15  Edited By OmegaPirate
Meowayne said:
"I was sitting here listening, thinking: You know this type of music, where have you heard it before? Then it struck me.

If you like the sound of this, definatly check out Akira Yamaokas sountracks of the Silent Hill series! There's some disturbing stuff and some vocals, but much of this kind as well."
Agreed - They even used the song written for silent hill 3 at the end of the Live action film - admittedly that was probably the only good thing about the film xD