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 Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about. 
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Post Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about.
An extremely interesting video, sonically and in term so of technique.

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Post Re: Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about.
Ummm.... ok. I'll admit that he has some cool motors and interesting rhythms going on, but it's a little atonal and it borders on pure noise at times. Melody, anyone?

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Post Re: Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about.
Once upon a time, I might have tried to dance to that, but those days are gone for good.

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Post Re: Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about.
That's got some very cool stuff. I'd love to know what processors he's using vg99?
I wish the editor would play one complete piece though.

really cool stuff thanks Greg.

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Post Re: Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about.
Brett Bottomley wrote:
That's got some very cool stuff. I'd love to know what processors he's using vg99?
I wish the editor would play one complete piece though.

really cool stuff thanks Greg.

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He's running it through a midi drum program along with the usual midi crap. He's not doing anything that new or particularly impressive you just have to cut through the shitload of tech he's piling on top of it.

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Post Re: Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about.
Tritone I agree with you on some of it. however the second thingy is a cool blues reharm/reworking that is quite interesting regardless of his midi tones.

As for that particular blues form it may not be new but please enlighten me where you have heard it before.

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Post Re: Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about.
greg wrote:
An extremely interesting video, sonically and in term so of technique.

Dig it with all your digits



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I consider myself as a rather open minded person as far as music is concerned, but... :?: :?: :?: :roll: :roll: :roll:

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Post Re: Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about.
Interesting and very out there!! :o ;)

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Post Re: Whoa, Boris Bazurov! "Out" is what it's all about.
Thanks for posting this link. I love that guy's attitude! It seems this was recorded as he was trying out a Bose system. Has anyone of you on this board tried a Stick with a Bose system? I guess two bass elements would bee needed with the Stick?

One thing that makes me a little hesitant with the Bose is the handling of a defined stereo output. Some one tested that?

I was about to organize a formal Bose test here in Sweden, using guitar and wind instruments, but unfortunately the local Bose rep was too slow and the backing magazine's deadline passed and I had to cancel. I may proceed in private though, but right now I have not much experience with these systems. Except for playing at one festival once where a Bose II was used as the house system. That sounded very good and worked for me as monitoring, then playing flute, just as good as a guitar rig provides your on-stage monitoring as a guitarist.

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Thanks to all for discussion )
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