While working as
Secretary / Office Manager / Receptionist and Accountant weekly
at MGCM, his stepbrother's Music School and Music Conservatory,
Tiger was introduced to the Roland Boss DR-5 Rhythm Section...
and... often more than
eight hours a day producing arrangements...
Using the MIDI instruments on Roland's DR-5, in a single month,
Tiger would produce over 250 unique arrangements.” [some call them "beats!" ^^]
The sound effects in this one were fun for me at 16 because
some of the sounds and effects (in "FX" categories for MIDI note sets)
I didn't know and I took pleasure in enjoying experimentation
in sound and audio melody with what the DR-5 offered as instruments.
[activated tones and MIDI sound effects]
While many I did not know until pressing the notes, others I
recognized from radio music and
television shows (the electronic cowbell tone for example)
and broadcast commercials [yes-- corny background music sounds of 90s].
The bass (techno bass) I initially did not like (depth lack on stereo)
but my melody was not artistically or otherwise the same without
all the instruments that inspired the title: "E.W."
Different indeed I share with You one of my longer composed
recordings from my second cassette completed called Second Trial:
the instrumental tech-hop-tastic "Electronic Wheel." =)
Composed and produced and placed first on the amazing analog instrument
to me in Y2K: the Roland Boss DR-5 Dr. Rhythm Section analog invention.
Dual Tape Deck recorded during half my years [as of writing)
during my constant composing days while intrigued by analog inventions
[sometimes as many as eight hours-daily-producing-non-no-bathroom-break!]
One of the longer creations I recorded on my second cassette debut.
Remain Superb and stay Spectacular! =)
Thank you For Listening =^_^=
Forever In Love With All That Which Exists,
(That Which Is Seen & Unseen, Known & Unknown)
- Writer, Artist, Musician, DJ, Eternal Student & Being of Existence,
-Tiger M. Gales aka WAM! DJ, TIGER M! ^_~* [Quarter-Progress 2017 * ~ ~ ^^ =) =] =| * | Wednesday]
-9:39 PM (1/25/2017) [Eastern Standard Time, North-of-Equator, U.S.A.]