Its an evolution from the controlling a patch with noise, obviously this is clocked for the beats, bass and Synth wash that comes from the Chainsaw heading through the Moon Phase filter before going into the Disting's Stereo Tape Delay and then washed out in Clouds reverb.

Hope you enjoy this one as much as I enjoyed making it :) Recorded live to Youtube in one take.

Outstanding. Seriously, I'm very impressed. Well done!

Thanks for that :) I've been pulling this together for a week or so, from the fairly random noise and filter ping effects to working on the beats and getting away from the 4-on-the-floor structure I too easily drop into, then figuring out places in the rack I could 'perform' with it. I think I managed to give it a beginning and an end and the annoying middle-fake-end ;-)

Hi Wishbonebrewery,

Nice way from getting from that crackle sound to an almost kind of Tangerine Dream sound that yet turns into a modern piece of electronic music. Great transitions and beautifully done, one of your master pieces I believe! The rhythm around 4:00 is just great, the percussions there and the same for the drum that kicks in just before 5 minutes, it all just fits very well together, wow!

By the way, please don't get angry or disappointed if I wouldn't reply any more to all your jams, that's not because I don't like your jams, it's the opposite, I really do like them however I have decided to soon reduce my time on in the next few days to have more time for myself to experiment more with my modular system and try to make a few more jams. I have realised that over the last two-and-a-half-years that I have been (very) active here on this forum that I started to have less time left for myself and my modular system. I loved to motivate you and many others by my comments, at least I hoped my posts motivated you and I am sure that without my further help you will be doing great! :-) Though I will going to be less active here, I still will regularly look at the posts and here and there perhaps still create a new post or reply to a post however just not as intensive as I have done in the recent past. Of course I will continue creating review reports and make those available on my website for download.

This all shouldn't stop you from continuing creating great jams and post them here though ;-) Thank you very much for your contributions here and kind regards, Garfield.

P.S.: I am missing once and a while those beautiful pictures of your beautiful designed beer cans! :-)

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Thanks a lot Garfield.
I think you have earned a break with all your kind words and time spent listening to people's music on MG :)

*Edit, there are a couple of new photos here though the writing is about business stuff.

Hi Wishbonebrewery,

Thank you :-)

Ha, ha, and I love the names you give to your different beer types! :-) Kind regards, Garfield.

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