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Arphellium 104

By Note! on Mar 2, 2010 4:07 am

When an arpeggio dies and begins to decompose, most of its matter is reabsorbed by soil, mud or whatever ground it may have expired on. However, trace amounts of a rarely studied element known as arphellium can be found for fractions of a second in the air surrounding the decomposed "arp". This is what arphellium sounds like if you manage to trap it in a mason jar and funnel it into your ear.

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Thanks Battle Lava! Let me know what you think of it!

very nice!

I feel guilty for never listening to your music before! Downloading 12345 now

Also, that arp in the beginning sounds incredibly warm and full with the rising squarewave underneath. Absolutely stunning.

Your instruments are always tight as shit. I've seen your sav's and I still don't know how you do it. Especially loving the basslines and noise patches.

Why don't more people realize how good you are? Excellent.

love how it sounds so crunchy/tacky.  nice song!

I especially like the bassline after 2:20, great tune all the way through. The last minute or so is really good.  Oh and this tune has the same number as my latest tune smile

good stuff, man! I also approve of that bassline! : D I want a note! release now plz

Thanks, Skip Sandwich! Glad you dug the WAVy basslines.

This is absolutely wonderful! The bass line 2/3 the way in really impressed me, actually the bass is solid throughout the entire piece. The percussion is nice and crisp too. Can't wait for more!

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