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Winner of the SP-404 Donkey Kong Beat Challenge: Daruma

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Winner of the SP-404 Donkey Kong Beat Challenge: Daruma

Daruma's sample filp for the SP-404 Donkey Kong Beat Challenge features pattern mode combined with resampling, live fx and some finger drumming. Enjoy!

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Njordlyd | Circles

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Njordlyd | Circles

There is a long story to this track. It all started with a combination of a few sounds, which to me has a sort of “circling” effect. However, the sounds also reminds me of a magnificent “Circular Ride” (dark ride) from an Amusement Park in Copenhagen (Denmark) called “The Flying Trunk" (in Danish: Den flyvende Kuffert) and consists of a “continuously-moving” chain of vehicles (trunks). During the ride, the visitors pass several scenes displaying/depicting fairy tales from H.C. Andersen. The beginning and the end of the track resembles boarding and disembarking. Everything in between resembles various “scenes” or “rooms”. How...

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Fractures - Ambient EP

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Fractures - Ambient EP

Relaxing and haunting in equal measure, Fractures feels like being taken on a drifting mystery tour through interlinked fragments of space and time, alternately revisiting nostalgic moments from the past and venturing into strange and ominous possible futures.

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From Silence into a Musical Space

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From Silence into a Musical Space

"This is a Music Therapy exercise employing an inward focus on the breath in combination with an engaged music listening technique, which can facilitate a deep and therapeutic music listening experience." Hayes Leslie

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Phoenix Lights and A Quiet Place -Insights-

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Phoenix Lights and A Quiet Place -Insights-

"I work nights and have been going to work early the last few months to make beats in my car. Don't know why. But a car is very peaceful and it was fullfilling when I'd complete one. For most the album I'd take the beat and record it with my digitech rp155. Instruments I used: LTD EC50 electric guitar, Po33. And an OP-1."

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