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jet jaguar
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Joined: June 23, 2009

I've got a lot of free stuff online, but a lot of it pre-dates when I started using AM. There are still some bits under Downloads on my site,

Free solo (Jet Jaguar) EP that was done entirely using Mulch, released in 2008:

Free collab. EP with Stuart McDonald (Aquaboogie) as Malty Media, released in 2007:

Both EPs make some use of MIDI sequencing within VSTis hosted in Mulch. I use Phrazor, Stu uses Energy XT. Always happy to answer questions about how stuff was done.

We also use Mulch extensively as an odd way to DJ mix on our fortnightly radio show, which you can find out about from our Malty Media site.

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Joined: July 20, 2009

i really love a lot of your stuff. digging the tunes on your page as well :) i dig "Red" the most

question: was any of the Think About It Later album done in audiomulch? it's tres funky!


jet jaguar
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Joined: June 23, 2009

Hey, thanks for the kind words.

I was using Audiomulch for live sets when I wrote the stuff for Think About It Later, but most of the work for the album was done with an old software sequencer called MasterTracks and an EMu hardware sampler.

I did process some sounds heavily in Mulch, but I then sampled them and often filtered, edited, transposed or rearranged them further from there. The track 'Falsetto Yeah Time' is the only one that really comes to mind for having plenty of Mulch sounds in it.