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from Post Indie Users..

My thanks to all those who kindly have shared their experience with me

 

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2002 7:41 AM
Subject: Re: Post Indie is On the Way!



Hi Rich

Thanks very much for the CD - it really is excellent. If you
have a mailing list for future releases, I would very much like
to be on it.

Best regards

Paul Williams

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Sunday, January 13, 2002 7:54 PM
Subject: Thanks for PICD!


 Rich,

Over the past few days I've been browsing a lot of the Post-Industrial Cybr-Depot CD.  Incredible! Unlike a lot of other sample cd's that nearly create your melodies for you and the drone/noise cd's that are hard to fit in anywhere without sounding like an Einsturzende Neubaten tribute band, this is perfect for creating original, non-mainstream industrial dance.  It's the perfect mix for me - you create the hypercool sounds, I create the music around them.

Thanks, man.  This is now my all-time favorite sample CD.  It will be all over the next tracks I'm recording.

Graham



Subject: Re: post indie
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2001 10:06:52 -0600

        
 


Rich
Been playing with your cd some more.
As I get more into it I'm even more impressed.
Must have been a LOT of work.
Yeah, the velocity>amp / filter response was worth it.
Something sure made the filters work better than any other sampled
synth
stuff I have.  As good as using the virus, Z1, nord, 777...
BEST use of an ms20 I've ever heard!
You really know your way around that one.
Great Drum Kits, basses, gtr...
OK,  just had to thank you one more time for all your work.
I've been playing over 20 years, and must say "if you only buy one
sample
cd, GET THIS ONE!"
best,

Robert

 



Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 08:57:12 -0800
Subject: [e] Post-industrial Cyber Sound Depot from Tweakheadz.com

Hi,

Just received my copy this morning. To be as short as possible, that's
simply one of the most valuable additions to my rather large sample library.
A must have for anyone interested in electronic music, and even more
importantly (and that's why I post this to the list) quite a good starting
point for anyone interested in getting more skills in programming an EOS
sampler in its full potential. Definitely one of the best programming I've
seen in the E-MU world.

Best,

Andy
 

Tweak writes:

My Thanks to Andy for posting his comments to the Emusaic List.  Andy is from Russia and works with ProTools and Logic and is associated with MusicLab, Inc www.musiclab.com



To: "Rich"
>
Subject: Re: Mystik and Post Indie On the Way!
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 08:52:58 -0700

Rich,
I am just blown away by your discs! These are by far the most useful banks of stuff I have bought at this point. Besides being a composer here at Dolby, I am a studio percussionist, and will be using some of your bizzare kits for my outside work as well.
 
Any more that I need to get?
 
John Loose
Digital Production Engineer, Composer
Dolby Laboratories
100 Potrero Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94103



Subject: Re: post indie
Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 14:23:48 -0600

Hey Rich,
    I recieved the sample cd yesterday, well packed, and in good shape.
Wow! I really am impressed.  This has more usable stuff than any other disk I have--Worth putting on the E5K hard drive!  Will use this for a long time.   My only complaint is the volume levals of some are SO much hotter than others.  Can really make ya jump when quickly auditioning what's there.  Awsome.  Well worth the $.
Thanx again,
Robert 

Tweak:  Thanks very much Robert, for your comments.  It was a lot of work.  Now that
it'as over, it's hard to believe I did it.  I fought that volume level issue
pretty hard to make them consistent near the end of the project.  The
velocity-> amp parameter is usually set to a negative value on many emu cd
roms, but I found putting it in positive territory gave the filters a more
analog 'grit', and bite, the tradeoff being controller 7 stays loud on some
of the harder tweaks till you get down around 30, but the controllers (like
filter cutoff and resonance) enjoy a stronger throw.  Thanks again!
Rich
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To: "Rich"
Subject: Re: post indie
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2001 10:06:52 -0600

Rich
Been playing with your cd some more. As I get more into it I'm even more impressed.
Must have been a LOT of work. Yeah, the velocity>amp / filter response was worth it.
Something sure made the filters work better than any other sampled
synth stuff I have.  As good as using the virus, Z1, nord, 777...
BEST use of an ms20 I've ever heard! You really know your way around that one.
Great Drum Kits, basses, gtr... OK,  just had to thank you one more time for all your work.
I've been playing over 20 years, and must say "if you only buy one
sample cd, GET THIS ONE!"
best,

Robert

Date: Sat, 21 Jul 2001 15:14:19 -0700 (PDT)

Subject: Re: Post Indie is on the Way!
To: Rich

Hi Rich,

I just got your CD "Post Industrial Cyber Depot".
There are alot of interesting patches, and I'm sure I
can use some of them in my future music.



 To: "Rich"
 Subject: Re: Post Indie is On the Way!
 Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2001 17:34:08 +0100

 Hi Rich.  I am highly impressed with the post indie CD.  I am now eagerly looking forward to your next collection. I would love to hear what you could do with predominantly real drum kit sounds. I think I saw on
your website that you do take on specific sound design jobs, if so - how
 much do you charge?
>
 Dominic Nelson-Ashley


----- Original Message -----

To: "Rich"
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2001 2:16 PM
Subject: RE:


> Rich,
Got the disks in a day or so ago. WOW. Great sounds. Much much better than
I was hoping for.
Good job


----- Original Message -----

To:Rich
Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2001 3:30 PM
Subject: Tweakheadz Rule!


 Rich
 I got a chance last night at around 2AM to slide the disk into the tray and go to town ....    All I can say is WOW!    I have to say this is probably the BEST sample CD produced by anyone, anywhere, ever .... it's that good.     Of course I did not have time to go through all 987 Patches!     You are insane!      But what a wealth of AWESOME stuff!     I could gig with just this one CD for years and never even touch all the useful stuff in there.     You are a mad genius!   Some great attributes of the disk are the wealth of material and variety, the awesome use of EOS filters and processing to make every sound sound like a creamy dream of processed love, and the great mapping and stuff that makes the presets such a joy to just play!        It's really incredible work man-- and my E4XT has NEVER sounded so good. I will eat this disk up for months and years to come and will recommend to EVERYONE I speak to about it.

    
I will report more later -- but wanted to give you my initial impressions
of ecstasy.
 I bow down!

jr

Tweak writes:

My thanks to James for giving me permission to post his comments.  James Reynolds, by the way, is a world reknown electronic musician based in Washington who has done film and video scores, sound and music for massive shows, writing and arranging for orchestras and probably a lot more I don't know about.


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