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josef tuulse

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What else is new? I just hit level seven. Unlimited uploads awaits.

//josef
posted 6 years ago
So a few years ago I got an old TX81-Z. The result was an FM-adventure that is available for free download now.

//josef
posted 6 years ago
I am here / you are a hero, part two "position of weakness" is now available for your ambient pleasure.

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posted 6 years ago
I am here / you are a hero, part one is now available for your ambient pleasure.
posted 6 years ago
Made a small update to the Voight-Kampff mix,
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posted 6 years ago
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biography
When I was a kid, every fall my parents put me to work in the garden to rake up all the dry leafs and branches. While working I would sort out all the mapleseeds I could find (you know the ones you put on your nose) and put them in a special container. Then we would make a big fire out of all the junk from around the yard. While watching the fire grow bigger and bigger I would carefully split the mapleseeds in halfs, as they grow in pairs. Then they make excellent propellers. Depending on the wind I would climb high up one of the three ash-trees, that were sourrounding the fire place, and in one single blast I would chuck all the propellers at once towards the fire. Like a swarm of grasshoppers the mapleseeds propellered toward the fire, catching the hot air, suddenly racing towards the skies. It seemed the moment would last forever...
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Thiefbone (level 35) wrote:
OK, finally got it to work by downloading songs off that album individually... :)
6 years ago
Thiefbone (level 35) wrote:
Loving "I am here/You are a hero". Trying to buy it but nothing happens when I press the OK to download. Will try again tomorrow...
6 years ago
Cameron Steele wrote:
Absolutely astounding. Congratulations on developing a very unique style while still maintaining an almost entirely electronic orchestra; seriously, seriously, impressive and eargasmic.

Also noticed you were a fellow Live user- amen, brother.

Have a good one.
6 years ago
David Plakon wrote:
Yeah I've been thinking about picking up Live a lot recently, how do you like using it?
6 years ago
David Plakon wrote:
i like your work, what's your DAW of choice?
6 years ago
EXiTMind (level 29) wrote:
I'm really diggin all your goods...gotta spread some more hearts in here! Too bad this idiotic system supplies such a ridiculaously paltry heart allowance....grr...meanwhile they take time to make some useless annoying screen saver?? Ha...sorry...I'm venting on your page here.
6 years ago
EXiTMind (level 29) wrote:
Damn, I'm outta hearts, I'll have to save and come back. ;.-)
6 years ago
EXiTMind (level 29) wrote:
Cool... I *just* finished reading Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep a few days ago. I dig the sounds.
6 years ago
mathmanmrt (level 41) wrote:
thanks. i like that a lot!
6 years ago
Johnny Weltraum wrote:
my taste
6 years ago
unclefesta (level 43) wrote:
I love Tussmorker- brilliant! Gentle and yearning and floats along nicely. Great sounds.
7 years ago
thersites (level 31) wrote:
Excellent music! I wonder what tools you use to make it.
7 years ago
mar7inmusic (level 4) wrote:
your welcome, hey check out some of my favs, Nixon Helix, Martin Dolgener, let me know what you think.
cheers.
7 years ago
mar7inmusic (level 4) wrote:
ASTROBOY !! wikkd Trk = bump i)
7 years ago
8 ears wrote:
hi,

do sample our songs. all our songs are available for download at iTunes and AmazonMP3.
8 years ago
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