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My submission to the November 2011 NAC
I wrote every part of this, aside from the drum-beat, which came from a VEC collection, and the voice samples which came from various early 80s and 90s anti-drug commercials as well as the wtfBoom video on youTube. I dunno if those samples are copyrighted...if they are, I'm sorry, I'll remove them. I consider this a WIP, so if you have any suggestions (like telling me those samples are copyrighted, for instance) please let me know. However, above all else, enjoy the music!
This is truly a Funk-Industrial fusion with a classical adjunct on the end of it. You might call it a medley, but if I added that to the title, you probably wouldn't be reading this. BTW, regarding the audio track at the end of the piece; alcohol is just as much a drug as weed :P As always, comments are appreciated!!
IL's Wave Traveller
IL's Toxic Biohazard
Creative's Proteus X VSTi
1987 Public Service Announcement (PSA) from the Partnership for a Drug Free America (PDFA); Actor/Director/Writer unknown; http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=xtih-rOXXPw
1998 PSA from the PDFA; Actress: Rachel Leigh Cook, Director: Eden Tyler, Writers: Ken Cills & Doug Hill; http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?NR=1&v=iE7ukc7MV-k
PSA of unknown year from PDFA; Actress/Voice-Actor/Write r/Director unknown; http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?NR=1&v=jhjwUR2SeAE
WTFBoom video from YouTube of unknown year; Voice-Actors/Director/Wri ter unknown; http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=H91rPIq2mN4
08NOV11 Included as much citation information as I could find for all the samples used in the song.
07NOV11 - Proteus X rendered improperly when using MIDI to express the piano, so I sampled that track to fix it, and re-rendered the entire piece.