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Old 22 February 2008, 23:33   #121
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I just posted the links in a swedish community. Would appreciate details (name, perhaps a website?) to add in order to give credit where credit is due. Also, there is an important detail missing on the covers you posted... Your name, sir! These are very personal interpretations and they're all yours. Don't be shy :P
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Old 23 February 2008, 00:18   #122
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Thanks again for your great comments, guys.


The covers arenŽt ready yet but IŽll finish them soon (including my name )

Yeah, your comments convinced me: A homepage is on the way.
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Old 23 February 2008, 00:52   #123
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Hi,

I really enjoyed listening to your tracks. I hope that the tracks which are listed on the cd cover but are not online yet, will be released soon.

I'm especially looking forward for the Amberstar track.

Keep up the good work!

I sent you an email about linking your tracks.

Mail sent.
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Old 23 February 2008, 15:51   #124
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great music, thank you
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Old 24 February 2008, 18:39   #125
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I'd like to hear not a direct copy of R-Type, but your interpretation of it

Just got an Ipod, and your tunes were first on there, love the Golden Axe and Cannon Fodder tunes.
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Old 24 February 2008, 20:09   #126
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Just a question... Did you record these through midi or directly? Any chance you could produce midi files of your arrangements so one could check out the arrangements better in detail? Would very much like to learn on or two and is currently too lazy to do it by ear
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Just a question... Did you record these through midi or directly? Any chance you could produce midi files of your arrangements so one could check out the arrangements better in detail? Would very much like to learn on or two and is currently too lazy to do it by ear
All songs are recorded directly. I could connect the PF-500 with my PC via USB but the piano is too far away from my pc desk.

IŽll ask my brother for a 5 m USB cable.
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All songs are recorded directly. I could connect the PF-500 with my PC via USB but the piano is too far away from my pc desk.

IŽll ask my brother for a 5 m USB cable.
Would be great if you'd do that! This is just the kind of inspiration I need in order to get better at playing teh piano myself. You rock, dude!
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Old 25 February 2008, 14:47   #129
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...and here is the Powder MainTheme.

@ fisken uno:

Sorry, he hasnŽt got a 5 m cable.

But I have another idea:
Just tell me the parts you want as midi files and IŽll "replay" them with my midi keyboard.

I hope thatŽll help.
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@ fisken uno:

Sorry, he hasnŽt got a 5 m cable.

But I have another idea:
Just tell me the parts you want as midi files and IŽll "replay" them with my midi keyboard.

I hope thatŽll help.
Aww, craps Difficult to say what "parts" I'm interested in. I'm interested in Golden Axe, Cannon Fodder, SOTBIII and Hero Quest... Perhaps you could record shorter versions of them as midi files? I would definitely appreciate anything I can get and I promise to practice if you'd do this for me

Btw, I'm writing and recording quite a bit at home myself. My main instruments are guitar & my voice but I need insipration for nice piano parts. That's what I'm after here... Do you feel comfortable playing to metronome? I would guess not since your playing flows very much in dynamics and tempo. But if you did, perhaps you'd record piano parts for one or two of my songs?
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Aww, craps Difficult to say what "parts" I'm interested in. I'm interested in Golden Axe, Cannon Fodder, SOTBIII and Hero Quest... Perhaps you could record shorter versions of them as midi files? I would definitely appreciate anything I can get and I promise to practice if you'd do this for me

Btw, I'm writing and recording quite a bit at home myself. My main instruments are guitar & my voice but I need insipration for nice piano parts. That's what I'm after here... Do you feel comfortable playing to metronome? I would guess not since your playing flows very much in dynamics and tempo. But if you did, perhaps you'd record piano parts for one or two of my songs?

Mhh...I could record shorter versions but they wonŽt be the same, because I donŽt know how IŽll play...I just play.

But you can tell me the minutes and seconds (0:00) of these parts, so IŽll know what to play on my midi keyboard.



A metronome is fine and IŽd be glad to record piano parts for your songs.


Perhaps you could help me out with some e-guitar parts in the near future?
Sorry, I canŽt tell you more atm.
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Old 27 February 2008, 15:23   #132
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Hi again.

Amberstar-Download available.

I hope you like it...
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Beautiful! Keep 'em coming
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Old 27 February 2008, 19:45   #134
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dziękuję bardzo
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Old 29 February 2008, 18:08   #135
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News just in : Viddi's new CD goes Platinum. Special Britney Spears naked spread over piano Edition imminent
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Old 29 February 2008, 18:16   #136
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@viddi: Those. Are. WOW. Like.
Can't. Stop. Listening.
Incredible!

Can't get enough of the Cannon Fodder tune, it's so... sad. Makes you really feel the tragedy of those soldiers. Beautiful. If you'd ever played this one in a psychiatric hospital, eveyone would commit suicides - it's that good!

Maybe you'll try with this [ Show youtube player ]?

No. I can't get enough of Pachelbel's Cannon arrangements
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@5h00n4y:

Oh yes, the Utopia tune is very cool. Great idea. Thanks.
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Old 29 February 2008, 19:08   #138
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These are fantastic and very mellow

Nice to relax to

Any chance of Captive ??
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Old 29 February 2008, 19:18   #139
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@bippym:

Thanks.

Never really played Captive. IŽll download it and check out the tune.


Vol. II Amiga songs so far:

Utopia
Captive
Skate or Die
Bonus: Gabriel Knight
THESMOPHORIA tune from PROJECT X
death tune from Beast 3
Toki level 4

Vol. II cover art with Britney Spears on the piano......ehm...certainly not...I prefer the Dizzy Special Edition.

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Old 29 February 2008, 19:28   #140
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Gabriel Knight bonus track, awesome! Thanks


And I like all the tunes so far but especially the ones from games I've played (obviously). Awesome stuff and you pump them out so quickly too
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