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    A meditative work in progress...

    i began writing this around december or january...it was kind of a hectic time - imagine that!...i'll finish it someday, but not before i get GPO advanced!...

    http://joshuavinci.150m.com/Meditation%20mp3.mp3

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    Re: A meditative work in progress...

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh
    i began writing this around december or january...it was kind of a hectic time - imagine that!...i'll finish it someday, but not before i get GPO advanced!...

    http://joshuavinci.150m.com/Meditation%20mp3.mp3
    Very neat Josh! Reverb sounds excellent.. interesting piece!

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    Re: A meditative work in progress...

    thanks, john!...some of this will change once i get my hands on some exotic percussion and instruments...

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    Re: A meditative work in progress...

    Hi Josh -

    Listening to this, I feel like I'm playing a Myst game (I love the Myst series, so that's a good thing ).

    I love the Middle Eastern feel to it. I'm always amazed how people can create so many different sounds using the GPO instruments.

    Really fantastic job, I just wish is was longer and didn't end so abrubtly (I know, it's not finished - I feel that you should continue working on it - yes, it's that good!).

    - Michael
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    Re: A meditative work in progress...

    Quote Originally Posted by mfortunato
    Hi Josh -

    Listening to this, I feel like I'm playing a Myst game (I love the Myst series, so that's a good thing ).

    I love the Middle Eastern feel to it. I'm always amazed how people can create so many different sounds using the GPO instruments.

    Really fantastic job, I just wish is was longer and didn't end so abrubtly (I know, it's not finished - I feel that you should continue working on it - yes, it's that good!).

    - Michael
    michael...i'm not familiar with the myst games but if the music is similar to this, i know i'd like it...even when i listen to this piece i can vividly imagine a slow-moving desert caravan...yes, i'll definitely be finishing this one...thanks!

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    Cool, piece, I like this kind of stuff.

    Very strange, the texture and some specific moments are VERY reminiscent of the first piece I wrote with GPO, and posted here last march--I can't find the post, I think it must have been archived, but here's another post referring to it in context of Styxx's music therapy:

    http://www.northernsounds.com/forum/...t=not+the+moon

    Here's another link to the actual piece:

    http://www.uglybassett.com/Data/notthemoon.mp3

    cool,
    chris.

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    Re: A meditative work in progress...

    Hey I notice this thread is at a standstill--I hope you didn't think I was trying to accuse you of anything.

    I was just pointing out the similarities as a way to tell you i dig your stuff! I tend to like stuff that sounds like something I might write, because, well, I only write stuff I like!

    Very cool piece, and it's nice to hear others are using GPO like this...

    chris.

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    Re: A meditative work in progress...

    why, you son of a...how dare you steal my...

    seriously though, chris...your piece is REALLY cool...eerily, i think we're on the same wavelength or something...have a listen at my piece "The Final Moon", it's probably on page 2 or 3 of the demos section here...there are similarities, especially at the end...and how weird is it that we both have "moon" in our titles?! ...i'll be looking forward to your next post...i'll be watching you

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