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Sony-BMG converted Chat-BASIC quite quickly, but apparently they have the time compressor used by Santa Claus... and finally I understand how that works... I think? So Christmas Eve warps space-time from the previous year, meaning 1 hour becomes 365 days? Is it why he can only do this at night, facing away from Sol or risk photonic entanglement? (I'm actually not making up stuff here, electrons are non-linear time, whereas photons are a created segment of spacetime in whatever interactions nexus exists - namely that a star will shoot rays out across the universe, passing out of the galaxy even - but in a really dark place like a cave, the geometic maximand* doesn't apply, which is why crystals can grow in anti-gravity - they're decoupled from the spacetime commune of the solar radions).

I don't understand 1970's kids though, so I can only comprehend that adopting a baby spice, it is some kind of Digimon? Does it have decent infra-red baud rate? -- Documentation states 2 of them become 1 and enemies should PUT-IT-ON. Is this unit by any chance a Transformers Targetmaster? It appears to approve of 'set your spirit free' death threats towards Starscream anyhow, and understands Decepticon rank system at least. I think this calls for a daily playback of the Shockwave national anthem.

Hello Cybertrons! It's a beautiful black sky and grey to the horizon, merging into some kind of other general grey! Yes, it's day 300 million of the Shock-upation - Shockwave Occupation. This song's for you ServoBot-4000023, I know what you did last starry time period...!
 


* Geometrical work that maximises itself over time

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This track was originally called [*]AD [*]EED, and has multiple meanings, but I go with... Bad Seed, and I was annoyed that someone released this since it concerns the theme of infanticide... or killing 5 year old girls... and some art-therapy sessions are supposed to be personal, surely. The swinging clock thing is mainly a reference to End of Evangelion, but sounds like Chronotrigger actually, and states that - on some philosophical level I would rather play a crap RPG than live in a world of entirely non-interactive media, like there was only anime that you couldn't affect in a bi-directional stream (playing a game). Mainly because it intends to paralyse me, like some sort of waiting victim - put your hands all over me and my eyes are just glazed over like Rei Ayanami and staring into space... yes master... whatever you desire cathode ray tube... ye are thine lorde. And this relates to infanticide because strangely enough, a wriggly and spritely 5 year will actually hmm.... run away from dangerous stuff? Like out into the street and knock on neighbours doors? Yeah, which is why you aren't allowed the privilege of muscular movement! Which I can only assume is the best ever kind of computer game, I just don't understand yet? Punch the Gameboy till it breaks... and you won every high score ever? Genius... sorry I don't understand yet. -  ___ -

 

 

Made after watching the first season of Defiance.

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21 minutes ago, maryliddon said:

hey @centurion , you got anything you've done I could remix?

 

 

 

 

Yeah sure. But most of my Korg tracks are built on a martial arts basis, since improvisation needs a stack of 'moves' in your head that are chained together. It resembles something like Bruce Lee, and took a number of years that I had any interesting 'tai chi' motions or whatever. What I mean is that they're a remix of themselves anyway, but you might find it difficult to properly integrate them into your track without the 'combo' logic that binds them into a track. If you do know this sort of thing then they can be re-baked like CGI or segments spliced together with others, which is what SONY-BMG seem to have no problem doing. Mainly, I just struggle after a while to make tai-chi type tracks sound different from the last one, and they normally rely on a characteristic gimmick or theme of some sort to have character.

 

Using the accoustic air physics beyond the Dolby unit presets provided by Sony is difficult unless you can rebuild the 3D scene and all of the 5-dimensional chaos physics, but admittedly most of this is impressionistic art like Van Gophs Sunflower paintings - it merely looks like a lot like the electron generating anti-geometric frequencies, and takes a lot of liberties. Evidently Lady Gaga has issues remastering the given samples, which might be why the Radio 4 scene of church sounds exactly like... the Temple of Time from Zelda, at a 45 degree angle 4 inches from the ground? That's almost as much of a neat coincidence as the black girl yoof who talking about the horrowing moment of her boyfriend being stabbed yeah, has a vocal root tone that isn't even any known African country? Weird that! And the whole thing is set in Ocarina of Time also...?! My head was spinning with amaze. I love how progressive post-thatcher England is though : )

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On 15/04/2019 at 15:18, maryliddon said:

I wouldn't underestimate my lack of desire to do things well. 

 

If you've got any stems or phrases or full tracks then link-me-do and I'll give it a go

 

What file format tho?

 

 

 

I felt compelled to mention this was Chimpanzee Riding on a Segway mixed with Red Alert, since the literal video for this would have been more epic (Eat more pie; it's good).

 

Also Also, the righting mechanism for a Segway (and bipedal robots apparently) was invented by techno DJ genius Nev, who looked rather a lot like the dude from Chvches btw. Essentially this stems from Yoyo culture, but we spent way to long at school trying to balance pens on the end of our finger - one day Nev comes along and wobbles it back and forth like scratching a record, and keeps this going for well over a minute, and nearly made 2 minutes but a kid got jealous and kept blowing the biro to make him fuck up. At a later stage his balancetechno uuuum... tempos? ... were put into some sim code for rocket stablisers (ummm) shooting into space (ummm) similar to NASA. Yeah but they operate on a pair of shuffle tracks rather than on/off, so it's similar to his Amiga MOD tracks as shown in very dark bedroom with nobody in the house (ummmm). But Nev was better than Moby at age 14, just made about 2 tracks a year and didn't socialise at all.

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Marshmello has the same hands as Nev, I believe (spent a long time watching his hands).

Anyhow, this track is difficult to remix due to being a semolina style bloated mix of all the following, hence it sounds similar to everything else (ie Taylor Swift). Possibly I've been too BZ from Santa Claus the Movie and attempted to Fatboy Slim mix everything ever all at once. Christmas 2!

 

Final Fantasy Legend, Sakura Nagoshi, Busted 3000, Frozen, Ice Cube, A-Team theme, Knight Rider Theme, Kung Fury, Grandmaster Flash, Rage Against the machine, Axel F, Jet Set Radio, Jet Set Radio Future, Byker Grove, East 17, Terminator, Terminator 2, Shenmue 2, Titan AE, Noah's Island, Streets of Rage, Streets of Rage 2, Chu Chu Rocket, El Debarge Who's Johnny, Robocod, Lemmings, The Simpsons, Nizlopi JCB Song, Nirvana Smells like Teen Spirit, Tellitubbies, Rosie and Jim, Eastenders, T4 theme, Top of the Pops theme, CBBC theme, Celion Dion Titanic, Doom, Goldeneeye64, Dr Who Theme. [39 tracks!)

 

The psychologically significant thing about Chu Chu Rocket is that nobody I knew enjoyed the game in 4 player mode, and so it pushes you into an internet subculture such as RLLMUK in order to not be alienated - but 20 years later things are mixed around and pretty much everyone plays online games, so when your subculture thing is gone, you can go back to just being a teen and getting your social life back? Well not quite, since people tend to follow one-way paths. But when you overlay this with Johnny 5, this character was someone I highly related to since I'd just been taken out of a military school and put into a civilian one, which had confusing concepts such as bullying, exploitation, corruption and bribery. I end up going back to the previous school since the kids there are really decent, and we're not so brainwashed as people claim because the process goes in multiple directions (we brainwashed the teachers).

 

 

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These tracks all have a root composition, which is to say they're all derived from a single well known song. For some kind of boredom puzzle, I won't mention what it is. If you have a problem solving this, and nobody else can help, maybe you can find...
 

 

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Its about time i did something with just the Neutron, so thats exactly what i did. Obviously effects (1 verb, 2 delays) were added separately but all sounds are the Neutron...

 

 

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I bought this kooky midi sequencer called a Cirklon and it's probably the most fun I've had for a long time

 

The thing is like an old school tracker for MIDI and CV instruments housed in a box that looks like it's been ripped off the set for Alien. Only just starting to get the hang of it, so baby steps, but I think I might be able to work up to doing some live sets with this thing :)

 

 

 

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Electrical chaos on a Sony PSP has a 4D electro-space encoding of a heavy metal track, most likely from the band AC/DC.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3XGgsoDVnE

This may have led to organic neuronal properties in AIBO, except Sony have screwed this up slightly. DNA has a motherboard type design which creates ionic mountains similar to a Ridge Racer track, but with 4D teleport nodes at various junctions. If you run a bunch of electrons through as cars in a particular tempo like an AC/DC track, then these probabilistically collide in certain patterns - the structure exists in a gemetrical domain outside of spacetime (it was there before you made it... since the dawn of time!) and can then be accessed in our own 3D timespace via electrical proxy gateways, The dimensional conversion of this appears as seemingly chaotic permutation chains of what you fed into the portals - such as an infinite generator for heavy metal beats by polling the random number generator of the PSP motherboard. However, DNA overloads this with what are essentially rollercoasters that bump into their own back end (Ouroboros), and cause an exponential amount of cross-collisions with itself in what would otherwise sound more like an Oasis drone (these tones were copied from the timespace rituals that occur in Mecca). Simple versions of this format occured in very early alternatives to cells, which in a timeloop structure created chaotic weather of earth in that period, rose to the surface so as to feast on solar energy, except then got zapped to death by their own lightning bolts, resulting from solaric overvolting. Consequently the cells which survived exctinction have an innate defense mechanism to electrical overcharging, and will morph shape to change the chaotic output they would otherwise inflinct upon themselves as a mass species - muscle cells are a fairly good example of how this reponse is automatically generated, since the minor application of voltage will cause them to morph against their own plans or intentions (amoeba have a basic brain going on). They're able to do this very safely due to the entire line of cellular creatures having the safety mechanism, similar to an earth wire as found on some plugs - however, in doing DNA compution the modern cell will very subtly morph the outer wall in analogue computation methodology, which then alters the spirograph type magnetic field that folds back on itself (instead of outwards) due to environmental factors of the cell location. This then allows the DNA computer to chain together segments of 4D heavy metal in a specified order, rather than the raw conversion of 4D that occurs by default. This missing element, as used in RNA network communication is rather important, since it allows the cell to specify '4 + 6 = 10' and also stitch together what database engineers refer to as a tree, ie 'hel' could be the beginning of 'hello' or 'help', and you can then use what are currently refered to as 'quantum computer' methods to use permutation pathways - Google runs almost entirely on a simulation of this principle and would otherwise take at least 40 times longer (up to 5 minutes) to do a single search. And yet there's also a lot missing for AIBO to have neuronal abilities, since the rollercoaster passengers can be more than numbers, but a 5D area of the universe, and what ANSI-C refers to as a 'pointer' to either data, pathways or a computational function. Since nobody has come close to even replicating this in simulation, Sony are several steps away from building a terminator or somesuch, but they do understand the methodological means. One of the main secrets is contained in the fact that the pointers are z-photons and the electrons are merely there to provide a gateway bridge into timespace, but if this bridge goes wrong you can have photonic problems, like it may have the energy of Sol or something and our atmosphere doesn't like this very much. This then goes back way before there were even cells on Earth, but some sort of entirely unknown (but fairly obvious) chemical based robot - there's likely to be such a thing spinning around inside the sun with what we might term lifeform properties, although perhaps not much more than a fruitfly (icompared to an amoeba's chemical brain this is some sort of god-like supercomputer). So in other words, the earlier version of Earth was immune to something like a solar flare since it was much more like a star, and then over time certain bits of insectoid type chemical computer became something which became cells - there's more history to the biological chain, and it's probably a dangerous thing to experiment with.if you miscalculate things. People like to trick Sony that they're stupid, and that everyone else who produces RAM or SD cards is much more knowledgeable about 4D electron-space, how a transistor works and various other things - but it isn't true. They're doing the science lab first, and doing it the correct way with a more simplistic, and thus easier to analyse machine - not 'kiddy' as Taylor Swift might say, before promptly losing you in an Elizabethan hedge-maze for several days until you starve. ( If these people were genuinely intelligent they wouldn't feel the need to hide, and face their superiors in some sort of Jeremy Paxman face-off in which they quickly go home crying... about their entire failed life and web of bullshit. It's important to know that Sony are talented in order that they don't do overly dangerous experiments - which Taylor Swift can't police or safety check, because they don't know what it is. How do you police something you can't even percieve in your brain, and isn't even visible? So maybe Swift can go home and do Tesseract homework without any pudding, and quite frankly... STFU, argh kthnxbai ).

 

YO just for the record, I noticed the follow growl is a slowed down Wookie -  also, the original Bladerunner trumpet is a London zoo elephant bitching to go home, or possibly wanting more peanuts - I haven't talked to elephants much.

 

 

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Track is a re-release of my DS-10 set Mirror Circus. I didn't even notice at the time, but since jelly-bud headphones were all the rage (I've gone back to inner-ear) I was able to increase the effective volume coming out of my Nintendo DS by pulling the buds closer in to the skull using suction.

 

Now... the mechanism it uses later became apparent when I ran this through a Crazy Frog era speakerphone thing, and the air vortex for this speaker proved to be running a minature cyclone, but in the case of both this phone casing and the earbuds the questions then remains... where is that air going to, in a complete suction-vacuum?

 

Answer is a black hole, and the molecules are probably on Jupiter somewhere and go lost in the brown mazey mess... swoosh swooosh lightning crackle nothingness chasm.... and evidentally there are more species of 'black hole' / wormhole whatever than previously stated by Expertman and they don't automatically collapse the solar system and create a recursive Milky Way. Thus life as we know it is all over, but I guess it isn't over? Is that a good or bad thing my head so freking marshmellow so say we all 111 (TILL ALL ARE 1 mfkrer)O ____ O

 

YEah well this rendtion of Perry diverges quite a lot from looking and acting like me, so I wonder if this is Taylor Swift 2 since nobody needs to ride this particular psychological therapy horse anymore to look big and/or clever except Swifty.

 

Oh no wait, she officially launched the wormhole weapon onto the top40 chart but like a rubbish air rifle version? Woah that's craaaaay babe.

 

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This is primarily one Medusa patch, with bass from the Neutron and random high pitched plinks from the PreenFM. Pretty pleased with it, quite nice and chilled.

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On 30/07/2019 at 23:21, Blunted said:

 

Thanks man!

 

How are you getting on with the Matrixbrute?

 

Not bad, although i'm sending it though mono at the mo' so i feel like i'm missing out a bit. Its not as immediate as the Neutron, XD or Model D but i've bought those last two all at once so i'm currently in synth overload.

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