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Friday October 11, 2002
10:10 PM

New Song: Germs

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If you're like me (and who isn't?), you've often wondered what it would sound like if Gary Neuman meet up with Yes in a dark alley -- drunk. Wonder no more!

For those who liked the odd rhythms of Plug Nickle, you'll no doubt enjoy the 7/4 groove of "Germs". Those that like creepy songs about hypochrondiacs -- I haven't forgotten you either!

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  • Sounded v. strange at 09:30 on a Sunday morning.
    Much better at 21:30 after half a bottle of wine.
    I'm curious to know what technology you used to put it together.
    • Sounded v. strange at 09:30 on a Sunday morning.

      Your instincts were right the first time.

      I use Cakewalk's Pro Audio 9 software on my 1.8Ghz Pentium Dell with a generic SoundBlaster Live! card. I have a Mackie 1402 mixing board to facilitate audio tracking (vocals, bass, guitars, etc). The only synth you hear is from the SBLive card, although I have install additional patches. I use an old ART outboard effects rack mount for reverb/delay/chorus/flange, along with two BOSS half-rack compressors. Sometime