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  • Real Name
    Casey Letarte
  • Location
    West Coast
  • Occupation
    Radio Operator

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  • Collaboration Status
    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    FL Studio
  • Composition & Production Skills
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Acoustic Bass
    Electric Bass
    Vocals: Male
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  1. The music from Canabalt (ipod app) made by my favorite artist :3
  2. Bastard Epidemic - Ryan's Hope Just finished the first 2 protomen cd's
  3. Web-five for awesomeness. I recommend Zombies Ate My Neighbors(SNES) as well as IQ: Intelligent cube(PS) but good luck finding it.
  4. Also forgot to mention that more and more PS games are becoming availble to download on the PSN for about $10 US. According to the website, PS2 games are next on the list as well.
  5. What else do you play, or would you play? It's supposedly coming out 3rd quarter 2010 for ps3 (with an extra char ).
  6. Face to Face (Harder Remix) - Daft64PunkHelping
  7. So Black Lagoon anyone? Caught it offchance and loved it....any more recommendations along this line? (tl to read 20 pages of posts)
  8. Belated Congratulations on the album! I especially enjoy "My way or..." night version, it has a very smooth and relaxed flow. The jerkiness during a lot of the songs stood out and definately threw off the whole groove for the album. Listening to it more indepth brought to mind a lot of minor tweaks for the lead sounds, mainly cohesion of various riffs and (pardon my lack of musical terminology) the lack of blend. I believe the terms are leggato and steccato, steccato being detatched notes, and leggato being smoothly played together. Your choice of tracks for the (assuming) "day" songs are too stiff sounding and feel forced like you're trying to account for every note of the original source. However, the choice of tracks for your "night" verisions blend very well and set an excellent mood. The out-of-rhythm notes are more easily covered up and less noticeable due to their being more fluid and willing to blend. Apologies if I sound like a pompus music critic with an overinflated view of himself and air of self-importance, but I just wanted to let you know of my thoughts for possible improvement. My only suggestion would be a more involved bassline; some basic scales and "walks" would fit nicely. It works in my head anyhow...
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