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edfed



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edfed
i think it is more crappy than anything else.

take for example my legendary (only legendary for me cause nobody never heard it) lutin melody, i implemented it using the timer one time.

the melody is quite simple, and just means (for me) the rain is falling on the big city, making appear a ghost forest inside the streets, like an illusion. this one is the very first song i made a long time ago (2005, when i had my first computer ready to compile fasm source code, fasm 1.54), with a melody i heard in 2001 while i waited the bus under the rain (hopefully, i had a paper and pen to write the partition). i never had the power to make it better using a better software (better than Rebirth). just you can hear it there:

http://fool.codercat.org/sound%20base/Moon%20Sound%20-%20Lutin2.mp3

and later (2008), i had a better computer and installed fruity loops on it, giving me more musical power to do things like this one that i really feel good to return in a less depressed state, just because it is the sound i hear in my heart:

http://fool.codercat.org/sound%20base/tutululu.mp3

and many more things like this, but i just want to show you (fasm friends) what i feel the best to share.

then, in the mood as a last example of what kind of music i feel:

http://fool.codercat.org/sound%20base/in%20themood.mp3

of course, i prefer a lot music from real musicians like nightwish, theatre of tragedy, mozart, beetoven, bach and sizzla.


for the more courageous people (don't be affraid, it is just sound) i share also my "two again shoes" crap, i say crap cause it sounds bad in many parts, and is too much repetitive (like everything):

http://fool.codercat.org/sound%20base/two%20again%20shoes.mp3

all in all, enjoy it, later, this post will disappear in the fasm's heap cloud. then, i dedicate it to all current fasm users that are here now. Smile
Post 19 May 2012, 14:19
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revolution
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revolution
Welcome back edfed.

Interesting music.
Post 19 May 2012, 14:41
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edfed



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edfed
thanks. i was always here, but had nothing to say... but as always, there are a lot of interresting things to read here.
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sleepsleep
downloading,
will give my review later Smile
Post 19 May 2012, 15:38
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malpolud



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I think you strongly underestimate your music edfed.

BTW I'm very impressed with your drawing skills and creativity.
Post 19 May 2012, 17:12
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asmhack



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edfed wrote:
all in all, enjoy it, later, this post will disappear in the fasm's heap cloud. then, i dedicate it to all current fasm users that are here now. Smile


Here's my entry then' and I name it:
'The Heap Progression' in A-minore (http://dl.dropbox.com/u/56388675/m.mp3).

Dedicated to the heap Smile
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rugxulo



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Nifty. Cool (Though I wonder why not .s3m or .xm since you seem to like pseudo "retro" [as do I] like DOS and Win98, heh.)
Post 24 May 2012, 21:40
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edfed



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edfed
cool to see it is not so crappy for the others.

enjoy this one:

http://fool.codercat.org/sound%20base/pan.mp3

this sound remember me the old Pan legend
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan_(god)

a semi god, alone in the ancient world, doing some music for animals and humans indiferentlly.



i have something like hundred melodies made in music, but not a lot really fine.

i enjo the music, really, and it is the only reason i try to make some, cause i really enjoy the sound. and when no more sound appeal me, i try to make my own. Smile
Post 28 May 2012, 17:52
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