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Hm. So my turntables are fried, my mixer's crapped out, and my keyboard has no electrical input at all.

>.>

This is just wonderful.

However, my mic still works - anyone up for a collaboration on Balrog's theme for the project? I have a rough outline for vocals in mind, if anyone wants to do the instrumentation.

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Hm. So my turntables are fried, my mixer's crapped out, and my keyboard has no electrical input at all.

>.>

This is just wonderful.

However, my mic still works - anyone up for a collaboration on Balrog's theme for the project? I have a rough outline for vocals in mind, if anyone wants to do the instrumentation.

What kind of music do you intend to make?

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Not quite sure of the exact genre - something between jazz and rock, I would say.

If you're interested, I could record a clip and send it to you.

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Not quite sure of the exact genre - something between jazz and rock, I would say.

If you're interested, I could record a clip and send it to you.

MOST interested.

PM me when you have something. =D

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Not quite sure of the exact genre - something between jazz and rock, I would say.

If you're interested, I could record a clip and send it to you.

Post it in-thread.

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I'm going to have to drop out of this project as I don't have time.

- I just moved from one apartment to the other (and we're still finalizing the leasing papers which should be done in 2-3 weeks).

- My wife is expecting, and as the date draws near, I'm finding less time to sit down and write music.

- I'm trying to manage my website/projects and it's taking more time than I had anticipated.

I apologize for not doing this sooner: I didn't see this thread for a while.

If by November or December no one takes the vega pieces, I would be more than glad to work on them.

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Will do. Know any good sound file hosting sites?

Here is some (in order of sucktasticness):

soundclick.com (not too sucky.

funender.com (sucky)

That's my two cents. Now I can say I posted here :lol: .

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Will do. Know any good sound file hosting sites?

Here is some (in order of sucktasticness):

soundclick.com (not too sucky.

funender.com (sucky)

That's my two cents. Now I can say I posted here :lol: .

Don't you need to be registered in soundlcick to perform download? Anyway, try:

www.savefile.com

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Sounds good, you guys. A chill guitar mix could work but keep in mind that our criteria requires that you try to make it sound urban.

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No problemo. nesper was born and raised on the streets. He ate asphalt instead of breast feeding.

Question: Does my Blanka WIP even remotely fit into any urban genre?

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No problemo. nesper was born and raised on the streets. He ate asphalt instead of breast feeding.

Question: Does my Blanka WIP even remotely fit into any urban genre?

No, but maybe you could have some weird guys sing Tetris over it? That would be friggin' badass!

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Don't you need to be registered in soundlcick to perform download?

Nope. Someone that has a membership (free, btw) can just click the direct download link, get the url, and paste it elsewhere for anyone's use.

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This project is way too cool to be on the 2nd page. Consider it bumped.

Also, more mixers plz.

We do really need more mixers. We've had more than our fair share of drop-outs.

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Hi Shael, just dropping a line to say that I am still in - I'm just very busy as I'm in my final semester of university. I am working towards a new WIP. I recently recorded some guitar for the mix that I'm going to drop into the track.

-Jive

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What's the deadline? I'm overworked and under-timed (or something), but I have good ideas for the Guile ending and Vega's stage.

Edit: since someone else has been working on Guile's ending and my flamenco Vega stage would make you (Shael) want to punch someone in the face, I'll concentrate on the Vega.

-steve

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There's no deadline. I've been really relaxed about letting people submit their WIPs at the level of completion and pace they're comfortable with. Do you kids think this could be contributing to our recently stunted progress, having passed the initial concept stages of the project and gotten into the meat of it?

People seem to be very excited, show me an early WIP, and then drop off the face of the earth.

Would it be easier for everyone if I said "get your final WIP in by this date or you're out of the project?"

To me, that would just seem to exclude certain people with demanding schedules or a slow creation process and I don't want to do that, but I will if it's the only way to get results.

Thoughts?

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I'm still in. Tohugh at the moment I'm reassesing my track. Deciding on where to take it. I'm thinking more of a Crystal Method type sound.

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There's no deadline. I've been really relaxed about letting people submit their WIPs at the level of completion and pace they're comfortable with. Do you kids think this could be contributing to our recently stunted progress, having passed the initial concept stages of the project and gotten into the meat of it?

People seem to be very excited, show me an early WIP, and then drop off the face of the earth.

Would it be easier for everyone if I said "get your final WIP in by this date or you're out of the project?"

To me, that would just seem to exclude certain people with demanding schedules or a slow creation process and I don't want to do that, but I will if it's the only way to get results.

Thoughts?

KFC has the right idea. Start proactively contacting remixers who may not know about this project (if you haven't already). I agree with you in that at this point exclusion is not really an option. Contact those unresponsive people and ask them if they seriously want to be on the project, or if you should just go and get someone else. Be firm about it too. You don't have to exclude them, but keeping in constant contact is always a good idea. It's something I learned the hard way with the Kirby Project.

That said, deadlines ARE good because they give people something to shoot for. Initial WIP deadlines usually call for about a minute of material by a certain date. I would say that when you've got most of your spots filled, you should think about setting up some deadline dates.

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KFC has the right idea. Start proactively contacting remixers who may not know about this project (if you haven't already).

I'm in agreement here. I didn't know anything about it until 17 pages of comments were added. Contact DJP and see if he'll give the project a blurb on the front page. You'll have more interest than you can manage.

An alternative to deadlines might be milestone deadlines--say "concept by blah blah," "rough draft by blah blah," etc.

-steve

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