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Processed Bach 02 by Beat Spichtig (aka mx.beat)
wouldn’t call it a rmx for i have not swapd genre. i recorded my washingmashine and its leaking waterdrops with my iphone while playing PB02 in the background. then i xported to dropbox and imported via audio share to the multitrack daw and got the original track in there too. i made shure that my rec had a timeshift to the original and after programming the z3ta+ , i but a lill intro to it. did not want it all over for the beauty of the original and the contrast with the w’mashine and the w’drops was enough. enjoy being. (mx.beat)
All Tomorrow’s Parties by Magic Sun
And one more contribution in response to the motto: “This is me as an artist”. Der letzte Marsch composed, performed and produced by Qing Picasso. https://youtu.be/CM1uwHEzthQ We also feature these songs (and many more contributions from the what if?-community) on our tumblr–community gallery. Have a look and have a listen.
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Events, places, and people in my life inspire me to compose music. Here’s an example, a piece of music for solo clarinet, inspired by a warm, hazy afternoon in Montreal. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZqfMCftH7Y
Thank you, Emily, for your contribution.
Hi, Barbara! I got some empty days on my own and I wondered: what should I do with my time? It must be something creative, nice and soundly, I knew. Inspiration comes from nature, I often try to create similar sounds like them in air or on water. If you live on a pretty wild island, it is easy for you to work in this way. Look, today I found your homepage and I would like to share my last video and another link to my music with you and others.
Thank you, Ineta. Where do you live? The island looks and sounds very remote. I wonder what life feels like in a place like this.
Thank you, Barbara! I live in Sweden, on Gotland, but this island you see on the video is another small island called Fårö which actually means “far away”. This place is very special and distinctive indeed. Composers who choose to come to our International Composer Center in Visby, have opportunity to visit Fårö, too. Look on VICC website http://vicc.se if you find it interesting! Ineta