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    http://picosong.com/FCuS/
    I'll pop this shoddy little demo of the Cosmic Eternity vocals up, it needs some polishing, but I think it'll do for a little tester.

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    This sounds interesting! I can play the recorder and I could also be a backing Vocalist.

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    Right, I was bored, so I cooked this up and re-sang the whole song.

    I did this in the past once, but listening to it now, it's weird. Plus, this has a liiiiiiiiiitle bit of a vibe!
    I live here now!

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    So, where is this thing going? Are we going to try something or what? I'm just desperate to see what can be produced, it could be a masterpiece, or the funniest thing ever...

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    Well I can produce Floppy Music
    I have the rxtx Java library working on 64bit Windows so the Java application should connect normally to my Arduino to which I will connect the floppies. Thing is I don't have a good Microphone. But this is the least to worry about.
    What's the first track we are going to "perform"?
    Oh god, the word perform gets me excited

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAzureGuy View Post
    So, where is this thing going? Are we going to try something or what? I'm just desperate to see what can be produced, it could be a masterpiece, or the funniest thing ever...
    Well, now that I have interest for it, I need to create some musical parts that individuals can record and submit.

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    I was bored so I did a cover of "What I'm Made Of...", my mic quality is currently a bit off, as you can hear. I Really need to invest in something better.

    http://picosong.com/FERd

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    So what are we doing with this?
    Any updates or something?

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    I think it's just a case of finding the time. Someone, preferably foreversonic, needs to lay down a song and ask for samples and such. It'll get off the ground...eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAzureGuy View Post
    I think it's just a case of finding the time. Someone, preferably foreversonic, needs to lay down a song and ask for samples and such. It'll get off the ground...eventually.
    I'm sensing a summer release for this. From what I've seen, it's a pretty good amount of submissions thus far.
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