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    The only problem they are interested in solving, is how to stay in power, fucking pricks
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    Quote Originally Posted by mallee00 View Post
    The only problem they are interested in solving, is how to stay in power, fucking pricks
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    I think it's actually pretty cool that Matt Canavan turned out to be an Italian citizen courtesy of his Mum electing to make the kids Italian.
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    TIL about splittercore, flashcore and extratone music.

    To me it sounds a lot like the noises my 1200 baud modem made in 1989. Maybe I should dig it out of the tip and put it on tour.



    Obviously since the bpm of the music is well over 600 it's all done with sampling and instruments like drum machines (unlike speedcore, which is often attempted with real instruments).

    Since the sound made at these frequencies takes on a longer harmonic of it's own (is that even a thing?) and the actual changes in the musical harmonics are much slower (less than 100 bpm) then they've actually come full circle and are really playing at conventional speeds.

    I'll let you make your own mind up...

    speedcore/ultratone
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    Yeah nah. But it did remind me to go and listen to my Living Colour collection.

    You know you have talented Americans, when they can actually spell colour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricator4 View Post
    TIL about about splittercore, flashcore and extratone music.

    To me it sounds a lot like the noises my 1200 baud modem made in 1989. Maybe I should dig it out of the tip and put it on tour.

    Obviously since the bpm of the music is well over 600 it's all done with sampling and instruments like drum machines (unlike speedcore, which is often attempted with real instruments).

    Since the sound made at these frequencies takes on a longer harmonic of it's own (is that even a thing?) and the actual changes in the musical harmonics are much slower (less than 100 bpm) then they've actually come full circle and are really playing at conventional speeds.

    I'll let you make your own mind up...

    speedcore/ultratone
    First ive heard of these types of "music"

    You can guess by my using quotation marks that i dont need to hear it to know i hate the very idea of it

    I like my music made by real instruments, not by some tool who turns up to a "gig" (note use of quotation marks again in derisive mode) with a MacBook Pro and presses a button.

    Should be instant death for people like these - note this includes "DJ's"

    Maybe i can find an old 300baud acoustic coupler (totes War Games cred) like we had as our first modem and we could go on "tour" together Fab

    Quote Originally Posted by rockmoose View Post
    Yeah nah. But it did remind me to go and listen to my Living Colour collection.

    You know you have talented Americans, when they can actually spell colour.
    True, they spell colour right, first Americans i ever saw do that lol

    Of course i also remember growing up back in the day when Cult Of Personality came out, and became one of those guitar riffs that you never forget if youre a guitar player...Vernon was on so many guitar mag covers back then...
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    And Wil Calhoun still remains right up the top of my fave drummers list.
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    Its reminds me a lot of when the old sega CD drive got stuck and Crash Bandicoot went on speed just before the blue screen
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmoose View Post
    Yeah nah. But it did remind me to go and listen to my Living Colour collection.

    You know you have talented Americans, when they can actually spell colour.
    OMFG another Living Colour fan. Thought I was the only one in Aus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricator4 View Post
    TIL about splittercore, flashcore and extratone music.

    To me it sounds a lot like the noises my 1200 baud modem made in 1989. Maybe I should dig it out of the tip and put it on tour.



    Obviously since the bpm of the music is well over 600 it's all done with sampling and instruments like drum machines (unlike speedcore, which is often attempted with real instruments).

    Since the sound made at these frequencies takes on a longer harmonic of it's own (is that even a thing?) and the actual changes in the musical harmonics are much slower (less than 100 bpm) then they've actually come full circle and are really playing at conventional speeds.

    I'll let you make your own mind up...

    speedcore/ultratone
    Not my thing though I think I recognized the song in a sped way.

    Daughter is big on Nightcore, it's sped up as well but retains identifiable attributes of the song.
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