This VIDEO BELOW6 was created from start to finish in 4 hours. That includes finding a melody from scratch, matching it to a beat, practicing it, and recording it. That's pretty quick for the birth, concept and completion. EVOLUTION KEYS, for example, took 2 weeks of practicing it twice daily before it was even worth attempting to record it without making a mistake. That was the trickiest thing ever because one hand was flying over three quadrants of the board just tapping the keys and it was all about hand-to-eye coordination.
FREEDOM SONICS sounds very synthy, but the synthesizer isn't even on. It's the thick Saw Lead voice itself that has the synth sound. In fact, it overpowers most of the beat. There are only 3 more tracks needed to round off the second 11 track album on this machine, the Yamaha DJXII. It feels funny mentioning the word 'album', but whatever else is there to call it? When you speak about bands, many of them that I know of take longer than a year to produce an album, some of them much longer. It's like books or anything else that goes on here at the site - the quicker you reel them off, the worse they are gunna be, in to say the more similar and repetitive they are gunna be. The subconscious needs to cook in between projects. Am I right, or am I right? I'm right, aren't I? I am though, aren't I though? DBT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXDsMJPJPLk 3 Evolution Keys