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Fri, Aug. 25th, 2006, 08:44 pm
thaumata: splicemusic.com

Hey everyone. I stopped in a while ago to tell you about a project I was working on, splicemusic.com and get some advice from you. I wanted to stop back to say thanks again and to tell you that the site is officially open to the public. This means you can now join without an invitation!

If you missed the original posts, Splice is founded on the idea that creativity breeds creativity. You upload your tracks, loops, hits, samples, whatever... then you can build songs and remix them in the online sequencer. You can also use whatever everyone else has added to the site. When you're done, publish it for people to listen to and rate, AND if they want to, they can remix the song with their own personal twist.

Not only is this really fun, it's really practical for all the musicians like me who have lots of friends online that we'd love to play with, but never get a chance to meet in person. I'm really excited about this site and I'd love to see more people on there (we have more fun that way.)

Anyway, just wanted to let you know. If I can't make posts like this here, just let me know and I'll happily take it down. I am building the LJ for Splice, too, over at splicemusic. It's a bit of a mess still, but give me two days & I'll have it all running. It's been a crazy week. :)

See you inside!

~Amiee @ splicemusic.com

Wed, Jun. 7th, 2006, 08:59 pm
thaumata: looking for a few good musicians

Hey there. I saw that there are a lot of talented musical types in this community. I'm Amiee. I'm working with friends on a music website where you can upload your sounds and then remix them with other members to create songs. We're just getting off the ground and we could really use a few good people like yourselves to play on the site and let us know what works for you and what does not, before we open the site up for general public beta testing. There are already some really great people on there getting to know one another, and some great music, too.


If you are interested in joining us, I'd love to have you. Just drop me a line at thaumata@gmail.com and I will get you the invite. I really hope some of you come over! The more the merrier. :)


Thanks so much for letting me pop in. If you don't want this post here, feel free to delete it, or comment and I will delete it myself.


Cheers!

Thu, Sep. 1st, 2005, 02:44 pm
ex_dj_sharik355: Hellow!

This is my fool mix of Radiohead and the best russian female singer Alla Pugatshova.
Russian song is older, then Radiohead song.
mp3 is here.
Thank you!

Tue, May. 10th, 2005, 04:41 pm
djchemist: (no subject)

this community sounds like a fantastic idea! here's a link to mine: http://www.chemistmusic.com/13

q: as a musician, sampler, whatever; do you like n.i.n.'s latest idea of just selling the cd & you download the art online, i.e. notes, lyrics, etc? is it just selling canvas & no frame?

Sat, Jan. 1st, 2005, 11:06 am
bunnymistress: (no subject)

Hey all! I just thought I'd say that this new program I have called Fruity Loops allows me to make techno-y stuff, so as soon as I'm satisfied with the one I'm currently working on, I'll post it here.

Mon, Jun. 21st, 2004, 10:38 am
isavedlatin2x: Resources

Here are some resources for anybody who needs anything to check out:

Acoustica
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Acoustica.com
- has some excellent programs for recording production:
+ MP3 Audio Mixer - Record and overdub as many tracks as you would like
+ Mixcraft - Super-powered sound optimizer, comes with equalizer, compressors,
reverb effects, delay, flanger, etc.
+ CD Label Maker - Self-explanitory

Look No Hands
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LookNoHands.com
- has some great tools for guitarists and pianists:
+ Guitar
- database of chords
- database of scales and arpeggios
+ Piano
- database of chords
- database of scales and arpeggios
+ General
- useful forum

Ricci Adams' musictheory.net
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MusicTheory.net
- has some exceptional tools for general music theory knowledge and training
+ ear training
+ notation reading
+ guitar fret to note trainer

If anybody would like to suggest others (I know there are a ton of great music websites out there) just leave a comment on this post and I'll add them.