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About Uraniumpoppyseed

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    Benji Deptula
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    Comic Artist/Plating Operator
  1. Yeah, that's what I meant. I knew there was just one vocalist, but you did harmonize your own vocals in the verses which is what I was refering to, to give it the feel there was more than one. Overall though, its definitely not bad, and the British style rapping definitely gives it a nice and unique feel to it. The execution of the music was all rather well done too. I definitely prefer this over any other rap song out there. Ok, and the Parappa Rappa cooking song too
  2. Ok, I can understand what you're saying there...but I was going on the notion that there are more than just one vocalist in the song. Wouldn't you want all the vocalists chanting "bounce" to get the club "bouncing" rather than just one person chanting? It just seemed somewhat bland right there
  3. Rap isn't totally my thing either, however this song got me grooving on my mp3 player I only had one issue I wanted to mention: During the "Bounce" section, there should have been more vocals overlapping "bounce" in unison. Its kinda like that awkward guy during a party being the only one "bouncing," and everyone just kinda feels awkward to bouncing to him saying "bounce." But with more people chiming in "bounce," then its better with participation. Wow, that was a lot of "bounce" in just that paragraph, I hope you get what I was trying to say. Otherwise, I dig it
  4. Whoa, how did Ricky Martin get in here? Seriously, in the beginning, I could swear I could hear him serenating to me In all actuality, very nicely done
  5. I downloaded Ardour. Nice program, except I wouldn't know the first thing to do on it. That, and I don't think I know how to download plugins >_> Yeah, apparently I'm way down on the bottom of the foodchain on n00bism. Yikes! Anyways, I guess a good start is to find out which plugins I could use. I'm looking into using any that would be along the lines of 2 guitars, bass, and drums. A rock-out kind of sound. I think this would be a good start as I'm pretty dedicated into wanting to make a remix. I know there are a ton of other songs/genres I want to mess around with, but I'm thinking of just messing with the basics would help before going hardcore into something else. I've already downloaded hydrogen drumming program, and sadly, I figured that out faster than I did with Ardour And that was because I was messing with the demos they had. Linux does seem to be limited, but that's fine, primarily because Linux isn't a resource hog, and with something as basic as what I'm wanting, I don't think it'd be too much of a problem. I am a guitarist, so no need for lessons there I do have a USB plugin from my guitar straight into a computer (First Act, I know, n00b materials, but it was the only one I knew existed at the time). I recall the first time I tried to use it, I got a major echo from my computer. I decided if I were to use that again, I'd do it without sound on the computer so that I won't lose myself trying to hear. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I won't make my remix a surprise, primarily because I could use the feedback. I'm looking into remixing the Atma Weapon song (I know its called something else, but I can't remember) from Final Fantasy VI. Yeah, another Final Fantasy song, but this is something I've been wanting to do for some time.
  6. While I've been around for a while, and just recently started creating feedback on the site, I'm probably as new as new can be when it comes to remixes. I am a musician of sorts (mainly guitar), so that's a start and have some general ideas for songs I'd like to work with. The music genre I'm looking at is probably along the lines of industrial and rock, or hard electronica. However, I don't know where to start, and a VERY limited budget. I should note that my computer is running on Linux (Ubuntu), 1GB of RAM, 500GB SATA HD, and a Radeon 9600 Xstacy video card with an AMD Athlon XP 2100+ Any help would be appreciative.
  7. Did my ears deceive me? Probably did, but at 2:48, did I hear a bit of Marble Madness? o_O Very nicely done, I really can't find much fault with this, and I'm going to do my air-guitarist solo now
  8. First, this song is absolutely amazing, and very well organized and smooth. Second, my Mom being a orchestral music teacher, who is constantly being cut through different schools all over the state, due to budget cuts, it hurts. I have been at both ends of the spectrum in extracurricular activities at school, playing sports and being in musical programs. But this was also before our economy has gone to hell causing wide-spread massive budget cuts throughout our school systems. My advice for you guys, stick together, continue writing music outside of school, continue remixing! You guys have already proved how amazing you are, and there are plenty of opportunities for you guys to play your music at gigs and venues! I feel that you guys should spread your sound for everyone just to see what we're all missing just by cutting some schools music programs. I wish you guys luck, and I hope to see some more of your music on here!
  9. "This MIDI-rip is dedicated to my dead girlfriend's homeless daughter. Plz accept." D00d, you just offended me....oh wait, I don't use MIDI.... this song is frickin awesome, and definitely on my mp3 at work and while I'm jogging. Definitely has my up and go with this