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38238 No.11103   [Reply]

http://www.somethingawful.com/d/flash-tub/duke-nukem-dating.php

When you get to the end, click ABOVE the replay button and you get a Genesis song, what is it from?

>> No.11104  

Sonic the Hedgehog 2.

>> No.11105  

Wait...no the one after the whole thing is done... Hmmm...no idea. Probably some obscure japanese game.

>> No.11122  

It's Dynamite Headdy.

>> No.11126  

>>11122

That's it, thank you!



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269046 No.11116   [Reply]

New pxtone album from AGF. Check it out at

http://pistonsource.iiichan.net/indexen.html

>> No.11124  

The Best



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3722 No.11123   [Reply]

from Riven disc 1... No clue.



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961762 No.10994   [Reply]

I'm sorry to bother you all, but I have tried tunatic, I've tried music brainz, I've tried everything to identify this song and I can't figure out the title or the artist. The artist might be Dead Can Dance, but I don't think it is them.
The CD is severely damaged, which is the cause for the strange audio corruption in places.

Thank you very much for your time and help

>> No.10995  

through some sort of internet voodoo, I discovered this song is Cantara by Dead Can Dance. Sorry for the wasted time and space.

If any mods come by and want to delete this thread, please do. I didn't set a password, so I don't think I can delete it.

>> No.10996  
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Its okay!

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Ima hijack this thread for my own identification begging purposes. About three years ago, some cat posted this to the classic gaming board at gfaqs. Claimed it came from a video game, but couldn't remember which one. Was originally in .m4a format, but I converted it to play on a cheap portable player and then the hard drive the original was on fried (the original had no tag info, either).

Does anyone remember hearing this in a game?

>> No.11067  

>>11016
I'd swear it's from atlus.

>> No.11081  

best song here

>> No.11086  

>>11016
autotag brings it up as:
???????? - MAD FANTASY
KING OF '98 ARRANGE SOUND TRAX

youtube'ing "king of fighters mad fantasy" brings up stuff that sounds like it

>> No.11112  

>>11086

>>11016 here.
God bless you, gentle poster.



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605454 No.11026   [Reply]

Can we talk about jazz?

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>> No.11039  

and for the record...if miles davis was any more abstract, you'd mistake him for someone who doesn't know anything at all about music...

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>>11038
Awesome! And also I don't believe I properly complemented your sample pack it was awesome. Especially act two!

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>> No.11060  

I'm starting to like jazz, but I don't know shit about it. Please share some of the more well-known/respected members of the genre out there? Where should I start?

>> No.11061  

Start with, hmm, Oscar Peterson?

What jazz do you like? It's a pretty diverse genre, so when you say you're starting to like jazz it's kind of hard to pin down what you mean by that. There's the early stuff, the big band sorta stuff, bebop, smooth jazz, fusion, and a bunch of other variations, and they can differ pretty strongly.

>> No.11062  

Like, say, I like Jaco Pastorius, who is a fusion-type bass player, his stuff tends to be technical and some degree of funky. He played with Weather report, which was a fusion group that was generally more abstract than Jaco's personal stuff. I'm a bass player myself, and I draw some influence from him in my playing.

I tend to listen closely to rhythm sections because I like interesting bass and drum parts. A lot of earlier jazz was more about the other instruments and the rhythm section was more there to keep the beat. Which doesn't mean there isn't plenty of good stuff, but you usually have to be listening for other things in the music. It took a while for rhythm sections to really come into their own.

If you can find some Buddy Rich stuff, that'll give you an example of a later big band with a more developed and prominent rhythm section than, say, Duke Ellington's band. As well, there's more of an emphasis on individual interpretation by the soloists and less on orchestrating everything (of course, this viewpoint may be tinted by the fact that most of Ellington's recordings are taken as literal gospel?someone somewhere decided that if your band plays an Ellington piece, it has to play everything verbatim...which is in my opinion a terrible way to teach jazz, since it arguably strips the whole element of jazz out of the picture).

I don't know how helpful that was, but I'm bored, sitting in an airport terminal waiting for my delayed flight to stock enough lemon-scented napkins that we can take off. Salt to taste.

>> No.11075  

>>11060 At the beginning...

>> No.11077  

I was listening to the radio a few months ago and suddenly this soulful shimmering haze of brushes on a snare drum came in and my heart melted. The vocals and saxophone were also full of soul, but most of all - those drums! Ah! That constant white noise, so simple yet somehow full of feeling.

I didn't catch what song it was and I still regret that, because it's stayed with me a long time and I have no idea where to find it.

>> No.11078  

A lot of early blues with bands had that sort of thing.

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:)



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12065 No.11087   [Reply]

...GO!

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DRAX

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More DRAX

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oh hello there Paul Hardcastle cover

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3894 No.11084   [Reply]

First time tracking. Intro to J.S. Bach's "Jesus bleibet meine Freude" aka "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" transcribed from Myra Hess' piano reduction. I'm using it in a romhack but feel free to use it for whatever.

>> No.11085  

I know it's not an original composition, but I could use constructive feedback on how to make it sound more natural. Thanks in advance.



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3046532 No.11083   [Reply]

KP3, RASPBERRIES, COWBELL



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