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    "The Colonel Moogy March"

    Here is my "Colonel Moogy March" whereby I combined GPO instruments with Moog synthesizer-type sounds from the past...hence the name "Colonel Moogy..."

    http://www.alexandermusic.com/resour...MoogyMarch.mp3


    Play it loudly!

    Regards,

    Larry A.

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    OK Larry, Now youÕve gone and done it. IÕll be hearing this little tune all night. I think it would make a nice piece for one of these arcade games that my kidÕs girlfriend is so addicted to. ItÕs a shame that the mp3 couldnÕt be of a little better quality. I would have to get up and march around the room.

    YouÕre truly one of a kind.

    Keep posting these little gems.

    Karl

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    Re: "The Colonel Moogy March"

    Neat piece!! What are you using for the Moog sounds?

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    Re: "The Colonel Moogy March"

    Boy this one took me back. Larry I just have to say that I love the carefree-ness of the music you post. It is all lifting and gives one a sense of joy, since that seems to predominantly be the emotion of every piece I've heard of yours. Nice beats and I like the incorporation of the synth.

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    Re: "The Colonel Moogy March"

    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    Here is my "Colonel Moogy March" whereby I combined GPO instruments with Moog synthesizer-type sounds from the past...hence the name "Colonel Moogy..."

    http://www.alexandermusic.com/musicf...MoogyMarch.mp3


    Play it loudly!

    Regards,

    Larry A.
    This SO reminds me Wendy Carlos' (then Walter Carlos) Switched On Bach.
    Believe it or not, I still have the reel-to-reel tape of Switched On Bach.
    GREAT FUN!

    R.
    ==

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    Re: "The Colonel Moogy March"

    Thanks, y'all.

    The Moog synthesizer sounds are from my AVM Summit outboard synth. It's kind of fun to harken back to the
    days when the analog synthesizers were predominant, but I wouldn't want to return to those days permanently.

    Regards,

    Larry A.

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