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Edited by mare - 3/15/14 at 6:07am
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Seeking jazz and classical music for sale

in 192K x  24 bit FLAC,

 

It would seem I must hear it,

 

Thank you.


Jazz: http://bandcamp.com/discover?g=jazz&s=top&f=digital

 

Classical: http://www.linnrecords.com/

post #168 of 243
This guy makes some really awesome videos on YouTube where all of the audio is done with the stepper motors of a floppy disk drive. This is a 24/96 download too!
http://mrsolidsnake745.bandcamp.com/

Edited by miceblue - 2/10/14 at 9:48am
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Some beautiful acoustic guitar work by Estas Tonne. Currently savouring the first album that got me attracted to his sound:

 

 

http://estastonne.bandcamp.com/album/bohemian-skies

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Some beautiful acoustic guitar work by Estas Tonne. Currently savouring the first album that got me attracted to his sound:

 

 

http://estastonne.bandcamp.com/album/bohemian-skies

great recommendation

 

thanks

post #171 of 243

BADBADNOTGOOD's single Hedron; 16 bit 44.1 kHz.

 

https://s3.amazonaws.com/BADBADNOTGOOD/BBNG-Hedron-FLAC-44-16.zip

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Well, this is a little side effect of a project of mine. The project itself is a GM/GS drumkit sampler, Solar Battery.

 

As you may guess, a MIDI drumkit requires a lot of testing to make sure it works with standard MIDI files. So here comes an entire album mixed with the new drumkit, as a test of sorts.

 

The album is a remix of the 1997 Raven Software game Mageslayer soundtrack. Composed/arranged by Kevin Schilder in 1997. My version is rather different from the original game CD soundtrack, and (surprise) it's a 96/24 FLAC album.

 

The composer, Kevin Schilder, has checked with Activision's legal department and, this is a legal release for as long as the soundtrack is not re-used in another game. The lawyers say it's free for non-profit use, but of course you can't sell this album or re-use it for any profit-making, commercial purpose.

 

Mageslayer.jpg

 

Mageslayer Soundtrack - 96/24 FLAC album download (or individual file download)

 

Demos:

 

http://soundcloud.com/s-priest/mageslayer-sewers-3

http://soundcloud.com/s-priest/boss

http://soundcloud.com/s-priest/tomb-3

http://soundcloud.com/s-priest/vault

http://soundcloud.com/s-priest/sewer2

http://soundcloud.com/s-priest/sewer1


Edited by Seidhepriest - 2/26/14 at 4:55pm
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Here's another free download for you guys and gals to enjoy.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

bansheebeat - Spiral Power

https://bansheebeat.bandcamp.com/album/spiral-power

 

Album's alright, if a bit conventional sounding, but does the artist have rights to use that particular image for the cover?

It's from an Inio Asano manga called Umibe no Onnanoko. I see no mention of it on the Bandcamp page.

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I generally do not listen to much acoustic guitar.

 

But Estas Tonne, changed all of that:

 

 

https://estastonne.bandcamp.com/album/place-of-the-gods

post #175 of 243

Chill hop/jazz/fusion

 

http://chillbeenz.bandcamp.com/album/birth-of-the-chill

 

Some pretty crazy avant garde stuff going on here.

 

http://mikeparkersunifiedtheory.bandcamp.com/album/embrace-the-wild

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Nice one thanks!
post #177 of 243
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Originally Posted by JacobLee89 View Post
 

I generally do not listen to much acoustic guitar.

 

But Estas Tonne, changed all of that:

 

 

https://estastonne.bandcamp.com/album/place-of-the-gods

 

Awesome. Couldn't listen to that Cuban Dance song without the need to find a video of him playing it live:

 

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https://greenvillage.bandcamp.com/album/numbers-shapes-revisited

 

I haven't listened to the whole thing yet, but based no the first three tracks, it's good.

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https://greenvillage.bandcamp.com/album/numbers-shapes-revisited

 

I haven't listened to the whole thing yet, but based no the first three tracks, it's good.

I gave it a brief listen yesterday when I got the email about it. As much as I love the original album and greatly enjoy electronic music, none of these remixes really seemed to appeal to me. Might still grab it at some point and see if it'll grow on me, though. Right now I already have too much music in queue that I've bought but haven't yet had the time to listen to. So much music, so little time…

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Some folk rock, really great music. They have 2 albums out



http://theohhellos.com



Thanks very Much! Great soul stirring lyrics! Much appreciated. Especially The Lament of Eustace Scrubb

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