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Old 01-28-2005, 06:56 AM
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Hi guys from Spain!

This is my first post, I heard some of your songs, and you have pretty goog playing skills, so... don't be cruel with me :D . These are some proggy songs:

MIDIFILES
21/16 : http://www.terra.es/personal6/mistri...idis/21-16.mid
Scarborough Fair (arranged to prog) : http://www.terra.es/personal6/mistri...carborough.mid

more in www.cm-pf.tk (Music -> Midi files)

AUDIO (Not working until Monday)
Reaching the light (extract) : http://www.hispasonic.com/modules/musica/mp3/4679h.mp3
Rise, Top & Fall (beginning) : http://www.hispasonic.com/modules/musica/mp3/4680h.mp3

- I've copied these last links from another place... hope will be right -

Thank guys for your listening! And enjoy it!
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Old 01-28-2005, 08:19 AM
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I'm listening to the first one.

This would sound great with some real samples and synths.
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Agreed! I'm listening to the first one right now. Sounds cool, but midi makes it all so linear. I can hear a Flower Kings influence? Do you have a band to play all that stuff?

I checked the other MP3s in your site, and I can say I like the way your mind works! The car ads one is really nice.

Bienvenido al foro!
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Old 01-28-2005, 04:25 PM
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Well... thx for your comments, first.

I wrote those MIDI two years ago, under Mike Oldfield and some Camel influences, seems strange, but, I knew Flower Kings 6 months ago :) Now I'm a real prog fan , I like almost all the bands InsideOut promote, plus some Magna Carta, DT ...

I've posted this also in "Donate Bandwith" ... there's a spanish musical community called www.hispasonic.com (not working this weekend! see it since Monday :)) for those Spanish guys. I've some new songs there. Monday I'll link here for your listening. In my site there are one year ago excerpts... and I now really don't like most of them... we're experiments. I'm mixing rock prog with electronic sound... keep looking this post.

Best regards !
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Old 01-30-2005, 03:46 PM
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Here are the mp3 I promised (I recommend to hear it with DSL) :

Grand Intro (jazz-latin-rock fusion) : http://www.hispasonic.com/musica+str...h-id-4462.html
Old Vynil (kind of electronic prog... ^^) : http://www.hispasonic.com/musica+str...h-id-4447.html
Nature of Life (some "glued" ideas... must fix it in 0:59) : http://www.hispasonic.com/musica+str...h-id-4517.html
Adagio (strings) : http://www.hispasonic.com/musica+str...h-id-4494.html

I hope you like it!
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Here you have new demos from an album I'm writing... they miss guitars and vocals, but I think you must try:

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/7/ca...lprogmusic.htm

Hope you like it!
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