[LAU] New music made with Linux: The "Lost Time" EP

Gabriel Nordeborn gabbe.nord at gmail.com
Wed May 21 08:29:55 UTC 2014

Hi, and thank you for your comment! And you should definitively check out
Glen MacArthur (https://soundcloud.com/glen-macarthur), he has some _really
nice_ tunes on his SoundCloud.

About the drums, I tend to agree. That's one of the major things I am going
to work a lot on before doing any new solo project. I need to reinvent my
drum sound, and I need better sounds overall. Thanks for pointing it out!

Thanks again for your comments, I really appreciate it!


On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 6:40 PM, F. Silvain <silvain at freeshell.de> wrote:

> Gabriel Nordeborn, Apr 28 2014:
>  Hey everyone!
>> It has been a while since I've finished and published new music. But, as
>> LAC is rapidly approaching, and I'd really love to use whatever
>> inspiration
>> I get there making brand new stuff, I decided to pull my act together and
>> finish a 5-track EP I've been working on for quite a while. The EP
>> features, among others, community celebrity Glen MacArthur, and in
>> contrast
>> to my previous releases has vocals in various forms on more than half of
>> the tracks.
> ...
> Hey hey,
> this is beautiful music Gabriel, thank you for sharing it freely. 'Time
> will tell' actually gave me goose bumps. I'd love to have a voice like
> Megan, so compliments to her as well! I will also have to look up Glen
> MacArthur again, a cunning impression of Freddy Mercury, is what he gives
> me. :)
> The production is very impressive! I look forward to the continuation of
> your articles and hope to glimpse a few secrets! If only the drums in the
> first two tracks hadn't been that loud... It was distracting. The kit
> sounded cheap, since it puts me in mind of my first synths, where I'd used
> to pitch sounds down more than I should have to achieve a sound I didn't
> have.
> Thank you again for sweet and energetic music.
> Ta-ta
> ----
> Ffanci
> * Internet: http://freeshell.de/~silvain
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