Geoffrey Taucer

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About Geoffrey Taucer

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    Serious Monkey Business Co-Director
  • Birthday 07/04/1987

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Leesburg, VA

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  • Collaboration Status
    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Acoustic Guitar
    Electric Guitar: Lead
    Electric Guitar: Rhythm
    Piano
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (Other)
    Irish whistle

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  • Real Name
    Jeremy Waters
  • Occupation
    Gymnastics Coach

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  1. Love it! Fun, rockin' stuff! My one complaint is that the percussion is a bit bland at some points. Also, I wish it was longer!
  2. Aaaand my first video is up! This training highlight reel includes some 3- and 4-ball freestyling, flashes of various patterns with 7, 8, and 9 balls, and the first 5-club flash I've ever caught!
  3. https://www.patreon.com/GeoffreyTaucer I have a Patreon! This has nothing whatsoever to do with games or music; I'll be making juggling videos. These will be highlight reels, tutorials, and blooper reels. So if you want to watch me play with my balls and perhaps learn to play with your own balls, swing by, check it out, and possibly throw me a few bucks. My first video (a highlight reel of some of my recent practice sessions) should be going up in the next day or two.
  4. Ooooh, I loved this track when Mike showed it to me a few months back, and I love it now. I love how Mike's singing and production have improved over the years. Great job of mixing the guitars so that the vox sound crystal clear while still sitting comfortably in the mix.
  5. I LOVE the lead guitar tone, and I love the dynamics; sometimes there's fuzz, sometimes it's crystal-clean
  6. Instantly one of my favorites from the entire site. It just sounds so. fucking. EVIL! I love it
  7. Just to clarify: for the percussion, the tones come from me doing hand percussion on the guitar, but Haroon did very extensive splicing. While I technically did play/record percussion for the first half, in the end it would probably be more accurate to say that I recorded samples, but haroon did the actual arrangement using those samples
  8. Idunno, I don't really practice at all these days, and I don't even have a SNES right now. I'm pretty rusty
  9. ooooh, this is smooth. I like it!
  10. Ooooohhhh.... so smooth and chill
  11. OOOOOOOH, loved it right from the first note!
  12. I don't have twitter, but maybe while you're at it you can ask Dave Wise and David Arnold if there's any connection between the title theme from DKC2 and the theme from Independence Day.
  13. Are tracks written for unofficial mods (the Project M menu theme, for example) considered acceptable source material?
  14. Ooooooh, this is fun!
  15. My only complaint is that the lead guitar sounds a little too fake; a little too sharp on the attack of every note, and the tremolo seems to be just slightly too heavy. Usually a real guitarist will hit the note first, and then the tremolo starts slightly after the beginning of the note, but here the tremolo seems to start at the same time as the note being hit. Minor gripes with the lead guitar aside, I really like the arrangement. The other instruments all sound great (and honestly I suspect the lead wouldn't bother me if I wasn't a guitarist). Heavy-hitting, but still has a bit of that mellow ballad feel that I've always loved in your stuff. Very lush, very pretty, overall excellent mix