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RpTheHotrod
11-18-2004, 04:49 PM
Been screwing around with it and came up with this stuff. I gotta get a direct cord to my computer though. Recording from across the room really sucks.

For those who don't know how I play, I either make it up myself, or I heard it from somewhere and make my own lil version (I play by ear, I hear it, I can play it).

I use Cool Edit Pro 2.0 for my editing

First song I got from a demo somewhere and made my own version as close as I could to original. Lil hobby of mine. Trying to clone a song without using any direct sources.

http://www.jaguarfx.net/hotrod/jaredssong.mp3

http://www.jaguarfx.net/hotrod/jaredssong2.mp3

Acrylic
11-18-2004, 05:16 PM
Really sweet stuff dude. You're purty talented!

Sam Fisher
11-18-2004, 05:43 PM
Nice songs RP ;)

Datheus
11-18-2004, 06:36 PM
Woman (on television): For my entire life, I was a victim of my own fear.

Jim Cunningham (on television): Love.

Woman (on television): I was feeding fear through food.

Jim Cunningham (on television): Fear.

Woman (on television): And finally, I looked in the mirror. Not just in the mirror. I looked through the mirror. In that image, I saw my ego reflection.

Woman 2# (on television): For two years, I thought it was normal for a 10 year old to wet the bed. We tried everything.

Boy (on television): I’m not afraid anymore!

Jim Cunningham (on television): All over America, people have come together to join hands. People who believe that human life is absolutely too important, too valuable, and too precious to be controlled by fear. Hello, my name is Jim Cunningham. And welcome to “Controlling Fear”.

http://www.cinema.com/image_lib/6990_005_thumb.jpg

I couldn't have been the only one to think this...

acdcfanbill
11-18-2004, 07:31 PM
cool stuff dude, i like keyboards/synth in music, if u wanna hear a crazy guy,try Janne Warman, he plays keyboards for Children of Bodom, try his solo project called Warmen.

jebbers
11-20-2004, 07:17 PM
awesome stuff there Rp...

*saves*

Astrotoy7
11-21-2004, 01:09 AM
I dunno RP man........I think you gotta throw in some hip hop beats and scratches....gotta keep it fresh for those young ppl ! :p

mtfbwya

Acrylic
11-21-2004, 08:27 AM
Most young people (including me) don't really like rap anymore.

Its not fresh anymore. Now, Eminem's lyrics don't even excite me or anything.

Now normal kids converted themselves "emo", dyed their hair black, and got black glasses. Its crazy.

Mike Windu
11-21-2004, 08:41 AM
Speak for yourself. :xp:


I love rap. Rap is not a passing fad (yes, shocking I know) and it's here to stay. Love it or hate it. Eminem's lyrics remain what they always have been. People have learned to accept it. Now the whole controversy is between Shady Aftermath/G-Unit and Murder, Inc.



ja rule is getting his ass kicked


:D

Darth Groovy
11-21-2004, 09:02 AM
RP, can you play this one?

It's a very OLD Ministry song (pre-dates the guitar driven Ministry we know now), but I always loved it.

Ministry: "The Angel" (http://www.themanipulation.com/music/Ministry%20-%20The%20Angel.mp3)

Acrylic
11-21-2004, 09:40 AM
Originally posted by Mike Windu
Speak for yourself. :xp:


I love rap. Rap is not a passing fad (yes, shocking I know) and it's here to stay. Love it or hate it. Eminem's lyrics remain what they always have been. People have learned to accept it. Now the whole controversy is between Shady Aftermath/G-Unit and Murder, Inc.



ja rule is getting his ass kicked


:D

Oh sure, its there to stay, but not too many people listen to seriously anymore. American Rap (as far as I know) has been around since the 80's, and it's lasted 20 years, but this newfound "50 cent" style rap is what bugs me. What about the days of Tupac?! WHERE DID THAT RAP GO?!

:(

Darth Groovy
11-21-2004, 09:57 AM
Rap sucks.

Astrotoy7
11-22-2004, 02:57 AM
Originally posted by Darth Groovy
Rap sucks.

hey grooves... I remember you posted you had some BDP(Boogey-Down-Productions) albums.... how can you own a BDP/KRS album and say rap sucks......

I have naught much interest for modern rap... though, some old school rappers are still around, like Public Enemy, Beastie Boys and KRS1, and as long as they keep putting out albums, I'll be happy. Once they move on, HIP-HOP will be dead(this is different from rap)....

In the erstwhile tho, just as hip hip evolved from looped disco grooves and scat-jazz lyrical delivery, the modern sound has evolved and become diluted and perhaps tarnished. I have always been into the beats, loops and scratches of the original hip hop, you listen to shyte like Eminem, and there arent any of these things to speak of, just some white prick whinin about his mum :( sheesh....

one good thing that evolved out of the hip hop scene is the drumnbass movement.....damn funky !

mtfbwya

acdcfanbill
11-22-2004, 09:24 PM
ahh rap, i was listening to the Anthrax - Public Enemy duet for teh first time, and as the song started i thought 'wow, maybe this rap stuff isnt so bad, cause the song is great so far' of course, then public enemy started singing and i chainged my tune... :p

Darth Groovy
11-22-2004, 09:46 PM
Originally posted by Astrotoy7
hey grooves... I remember you posted you had some BDP(Boogey-Down-Productions) albums.... how can you own a BDP/KRS album and say rap sucks......

I have naught much interest for modern rap... though, some old school rappers are still around, like Public Enemy, Beastie Boys and KRS1, and as long as they keep putting out albums, I'll be happy. Once they move on, HIP-HOP will be dead(this is different from rap)....

In the erstwhile tho, just as hip hip evolved from looped disco grooves and scat-jazz lyrical delivery, the modern sound has evolved and become diluted and perhaps tarnished. I have always been into the beats, loops and scratches of the original hip hop, you listen to shyte like Eminem, and there arent any of these things to speak of, just some white prick whinin about his mum :( sheesh....

one good thing that evolved out of the hip hop scene is the drumnbass movement.....damn funky !

mtfbwya

I still have it. The stuff they define as "rap" now days just plain sucks. I used to listen to it alot, but when all these rappers kept getting shot, and arrested for carrying guns, I grew tired of it. My favorite used to be Ice Cube, but even some of his newer material is kind of watered down and out right boring. I don't really even play too much of the older stuff anymore. Either I grew out of it, got tired of it, or something...

Ocassionally, I might throw on some BDP, PE, Ice-T, or something even older, just for the fun of it, but I don't listen to it on a regular basis anymore. Aside from maybe Method Man, or DMX, pretty much all of the new stuff just sucks fat tail.

One of the kids at work was listening to Snoop Doggy Dogg the other day, and I remember thinking, "jeezum crow, it's like the same rap I heard back in '94, only the beat is different, how is that possibley interesting?!" I mean they keep saying the same damn thing over, and over, and over, and over.

Next rapper that says "can I get a what-what?", i'm seriously going to hurl chunks.

That pretty much somes it up for me.

RpTheHotrod
11-22-2004, 10:29 PM
Groovy, I'll work on it as soon as I can, but I gotta get my computer connected to the computer so it won't be recorded from across the room. :(

That might take awhile.

Darth Groovy
11-22-2004, 10:46 PM
Originally posted by RpTheHotrod
Groovy, I'll work on it as soon as I can, but I gotta get my computer connected to the computer so it won't be recorded from across the room. :(

That might take awhile.

You mean the keyboard right?

I would like to find a keyboard that would hook up to my computer, but those things cost so much darn money, and I can't play the piano anyways....:(

Astrotoy7
11-23-2004, 05:00 AM
Originally posted by Darth Groovy
You mean the keyboard right?

I would like to find a keyboard that would hook up to my computer, but those things cost so much darn money, and I can't play the piano anyways....:(

my stepson records alot of his bands stuff via mic to DAT recorder... he then pops over, we plug the DAT into my line in on the compy and we mix and tweak, usually using Acid...then output as mp3 and rip to CD .....we're currently working on a demo thingy. I hope those boys make it big, I would like in on some groupie action :D

mtfbwya