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Chippy wrote:I'd be willing to have a pop at this if anyone is still interested?
It really would depend on how folks intend to write their part, if they know how, how/where to send it and where it will be hosted?
I know of another forum that did just this, it was a lot of fun watching it happen and was a great learning tool for everyone.
Anywho let me know too if its still on?
I would love, love, love to do this. I can write out my part if that is what is needed but I am so technologically helpless. However, I am presently working with a recording engineer who is also a musician. I am impressesd and pleased with his work so far. He might know how to help in this project
Chippy wrote:Wotcha Black.
There are many ways just to get a track online, most are pretty simple, I'd offer you help too. What instrument do you think you'd use?
FluteI would love, love, love to do this. I can write out my part if that is what is needed but I am so technologically helpless. However, I am presently working with a recording engineer who is also a musician. I am impressesd and pleased with his work so far. He might know how to help in this project
Sentient Paradox wrote:I'm betting you're right about the delays, but someone (I forget who), recently posted the idea of someone putting a single instrument track on here, then someone else adding to it, and so on.
I don't know how that turned out. Maybe someone who was part of that could post a link to that thread here?
I thought it was a pretty cool idea!
I guess the way it was supposed to work was that out of one single track, probably several people would grab it and do something to it, and then the same thing with each subsequent track.
In the end, there will have been many different outcomes, each one unique.
Anyone involved with that care to comment?
What happened with that?
ThomFrazier wrote:I've done many..many.. online collaborations. They are fun and absolutely challenging but IMO worth it.
If you make your living off music it would not be for you but if you make music for the express reason of creating something to be proud of then it may be your thing.
I love it. The overall sound due to compression limitations isn't to be desired but that is pretty much the only limit if you have the software , PC your ready.
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