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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by fractal » Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:20 am

I think what the bagel is trying to say is "big up zomby & not getting all high and mighty about DANCE MUSIC"

I might have taken a little creative liberty
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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by craig » Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:39 am

musashi_dc wrote:
bagelator wrote:
The Zomby EP features some of the best examples of metrical ‘wonkitude’, but the wilder Zomby tracks like ‘Gloop’ and ‘Aquafre5h’ are horrifically difficult to transcribe
errr this whole thing reads like an episode of pseud's corner in private eye.

the only reason it might be 'difficult' to transcribe is that conventional musical transcription doesn't allow for computized musical sequencers, which can produce time signatures and musical landscapes that are very difficult for humans to emulate due to the fact we have limbs, a brain, and a propensity for error.

that said, i would challenge you to find something more complex than some african tribal drum arrangements, which put this shit to shame.

this is just all masturbation for people that want to think that they're whacking one out to art, not porn.

sorry.

anyways, i'm just going to go and piss in the wind for a bit.
what the fuck are you on about? :D
he's quoting the wanky article and explaining why it's bullshit.

i like most of zomby's tunes... but that article... come on. i could almost understand it if he was analyzing something by autechre or someone like ryoji ikeda (and even then, it would still be wanky bullshit) . but zomby? lols were had.

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by qwaycee_ » Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:51 am

craig wrote:
musashi_dc wrote:
bagelator wrote:
The Zomby EP features some of the best examples of metrical ‘wonkitude’, but the wilder Zomby tracks like ‘Gloop’ and ‘Aquafre5h’ are horrifically difficult to transcribe
errr this whole thing reads like an episode of pseud's corner in private eye.

the only reason it might be 'difficult' to transcribe is that conventional musical transcription doesn't allow for computized musical sequencers, which can produce time signatures and musical landscapes that are very difficult for humans to emulate due to the fact we have limbs, a brain, and a propensity for error.

that said, i would challenge you to find something more complex than some african tribal drum arrangements, which put this shit to shame.

this is just all masturbation for people that want to think that they're whacking one out to art, not porn.

sorry.

anyways, i'm just going to go and piss in the wind for a bit.
what the fuck are you on about? :D
he's quoting the wanky article and explaining why it's bullshit.

i like most of zomby's tunes... but that article... come on. i could almost understand it if he was analyzing something by autechre or someone like ryoji ikeda (and even then, it would still be wanky bullshit) . but zomby? lols were had.
:lol: for real though.

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by elbaz » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:49 pm

^ idiot.
you dont know which values the music relies on because you dont write it, thick bastard.

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by elbaz » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:54 pm

craig wrote:
musashi_dc wrote:
bagelator wrote:
The Zomby EP features some of the best examples of metrical ‘wonkitude’, but the wilder Zomby tracks like ‘Gloop’ and ‘Aquafre5h’ are horrifically difficult to transcribe
errr this whole thing reads like an episode of pseud's corner in private eye.

the only reason it might be 'difficult' to transcribe is that conventional musical transcription doesn't allow for computized musical sequencers, which can produce time signatures and musical landscapes that are very difficult for humans to emulate due to the fact we have limbs, a brain, and a propensity for error.

that said, i would challenge you to find something more complex than some african tribal drum arrangements, which put this shit to shame.

this is just all masturbation for people that want to think that they're whacking one out to art, not porn.

sorry.

anyways, i'm just going to go and piss in the wind for a bit.
what the fuck are you on about? :D
he's quoting the wanky article and explaining why it's bullshit.

i like most of zomby's tunes... but that article... come on. i could almost understand it if he was analyzing something by autechre or someone like ryoji ikeda (and even then, it would still be wanky bullshit) . but zomby? lols were had.

lols are being had on you mate youre about ten years behind.

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by elbaz » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:57 pm

bagelator wrote:
dopocc wrote:A magnified listen to Zomby's 'Kaliko'.....



http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuse ... =492743019

yeah but he's not playing any of the notes :6:

are you stupid ? the notation has been programmed too fast to be played, thats the point you fucking retard.

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by elbaz » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:57 pm

exper wrote:Zomby is as much "rave" as was early Aphex Twin. Pushing its boundaries, bringing in experimental elements and tones, etc. There is alot in his arpeggios. Quite melodic and brilliant.

If it were not for artists like Zomby, Burial and Mount Kimbie, I'd probably never have listened to dubstep.
Oh, and incnic, don't you ever get tired of this? :D
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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by bagelator » Sun Nov 14, 2010 3:52 pm

elbaz wrote:
bagelator wrote:
dopocc wrote:A magnified listen to Zomby's 'Kaliko'.....



http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuse ... =492743019

yeah but he's not playing any of the notes :6:

are you stupid ? the notation has been programmed too fast to be played, thats the point you fucking retard.
you don't really understand sarcasm, do you?

you do realise that zomby used an arpeggiator on that tune, right?

pull your tongue out his arsehole you fucking speng.

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by bagelator » Sun Nov 14, 2010 3:56 pm

fractal wrote:I think what the bagel is trying to say is "big up zomby & not getting all high and mighty about DANCE MUSIC"

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by elbaz » Sun Nov 14, 2010 3:57 pm

your sharp mate, sarcasm101.

no arpeggiator was used, thats the point of the transcription, its hand plotted notation but you wouldnt know because youre not involved in music, youre involved in talking nonsense on the internet.

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by bagelator » Sun Nov 14, 2010 4:03 pm

you crystallized my whole life

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by qwaycee_ » Sun Nov 14, 2010 4:07 pm

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by mushug » Mon Nov 15, 2010 3:56 am

elbaz wrote:
bagelator wrote:
dopocc wrote:A magnified listen to Zomby's 'Kaliko'.....



http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuse ... =492743019

yeah but he's not playing any of the notes :6:

are you stupid ? the notation has been programmed too fast to be played, thats the point you fucking retard.


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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by fractal » Mon Nov 15, 2010 4:18 am

so, you're saying zomby should be able to play piano as fast as the fastest piano player in the world? -w-

christ, you lot are reaching!
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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by dopocc » Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:28 am

fractal wrote:so, you're saying zomby should be able to play piano as fast as the fastest piano player in the world? -w-

christ, you lot are reaching!
yeah and someone wrote earlier in this thread that they bet Zomby can't PAINT as well as the Dutch Masters.. -w-

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by dopocc » Mon Nov 15, 2010 10:30 am

elbaz wrote:
craig wrote:
he's quoting the wanky article and explaining why it's bullshit.

i like most of zomby's tunes... but that article... come on. i could almost understand it if he was analyzing something by autechre or someone like ryoji ikeda (and even then, it would still be wanky bullshit) . but zomby? lols were had.

lols are being had on you mate youre about ten years behind.
Yeah my thoughts exactly :t:


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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by mushug » Mon Nov 15, 2010 2:17 pm

fractal wrote:so, you're saying zomby should be able to play piano as fast as the fastest piano player in the world? -w-

christ, you lot are reaching!

I was joking.. around that silly statement.. ehehe

dopocc: Vermeer would kill it on FruityLoops. :wink:

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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by bagelator » Mon Nov 15, 2010 3:12 pm

dopocc wrote:
fractal wrote:so, you're saying zomby should be able to play piano as fast as the fastest piano player in the world? -w-

christ, you lot are reaching!
yeah and someone wrote earlier in this thread that they bet Zomby can't PAINT as well as the Dutch Masters.. -w-
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Re: Zomby at the Manchester Warehouse Project

Post by damu » Mon Nov 15, 2010 3:52 pm

this thread is fucking retarded.

looking forward to seeing zomby this week :)

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