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NEW free VST synth, “Microtonal Poly Worms” v1.0 – polyphonic, microtonal, easy to use, robust. 32 presets, 286 tunings.

DOWNLOAD IT HERE MicrotonalPolyWorms Version 1.0 (6 megs) or get it from the listing on KVR, here.  Microtonal Poly Worms is a free polyphonic VST microtonal Windows synth from Michael W. Dean of BipTunia. This is the easiest microtonal synth to use. Yet it is robust, and will give you power. Microtonal Poly Worms is a no-nonsense introduction to microtonal synthesis, It’s great for heavy bass, forceful leads, crystalline chimes, and more. Microtonal Poly Worms is fun,…

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“Microtonal Poly Worms” free VST synth, polyphonic, microtonal, easy to use, robust. 32 presets, 286 tunings

Microtonal Poly Worms is a free polyphonic VST microtonal Windows synth from Michael W. Dean of BipTunia. It is the easiest to use microtonal synth in existence. Yet, it is robust, and it gives you power. Microtonal Poly Worms is non-nonsense, yet robust, It’s great for heavy bass, forceful leads, crystalline chimes, and more. This beta version works well, and is close to the release version. Grab it here: MicrotonalPolyWorms_v0.9 (5.65 megs) Microtonal Poly Worms is a 32-bit…

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Open call for submissions – microtonal compilation benefit album for Lyn Ulbricht (mother of Ross Ulbricht of #SilkRoad)

(Please share this post, even if you’re not a microtonal musician) Hi! I’m Michael W. Dean (a.k.a. Michael Feen) from the musical project BipTunia, and the radio show Freedom Feens. I’m putting together a benefit album for Lyn Ulbricht. Lyn is the mother Ross Ulbricht. The record will be a compilation album, showcasing a dozen or more musicians who make microtonal and/or xenharmonic music. Ross is in prison for running a website (The Silk Road), and was…

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“Disco Demolition Man and Pigeon 911” – new microtonal BipTunia song

Microtonal / xenharmonic. 6EDphi, 12 EDphi. Music: Michael W. Dean Words Phil Wormuth and Michael W. Dean. This is fine cut 2. LYRICS: (There are no other ways. And we are out of phase.) You’re a public school teacher. Yeah, right. So, you know that teachers have to earn money in the summer, right? We’re notoriously underpaid? So I do the cliche thing, I’m a house painter. House painting saved my behind many times in…

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“10 TET Ancient Greek Arps for Hey Zeus” – BipTunia xenharmonic microtonal song

Utilizes: 10 TET. 12edo. Ancient Greek Scale. Music: Michael W. Dean Words and voice: Phil Wormuth Check out our other xenharmonic / microtonal songs, HERE.   It was a night to remember…and to forget At an undisclosed location somewhere on the barren, freezing, sweeping prairies of Wyoming, something strange and quite frankly inexplicable took place; a gathering of the culprits responsible for writing, performing, and producing the latest album for BipTunia. There was a formidable…

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IVOR DARREG – Live in Glendale, 1984 – RARE, MASTERED, FLAC also MP3. Free Legal Torrent. #microtonal #xenharmonic

Get Magnet Link. (Please seed and tell two friends!) Get a torrent program (if you don’t have one) How to use torrents (if you don’t know) Recording of Ivor Darreg (American microtonal / xenharmonic music pioneer) performing live in Glendale, California, Friday, May 4th, 1984. (Remastered) File length: 2 hours, 20 minutes, 24 seconds. Ivor + other musicians in chamber performance. Includes Ivor talking some between songs, about the music and the instruments. “Ivor Darreg…

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“That Sweet Hundred Bucks” – BipTunia xenharmonic song – FINAL mix

I posted a rough mix yesterday, this is the final mix. It’s about 95% of what it should be. Project died and unrecoverable, so went with what should technically be the penultimate mix. Better than yesterday’s though, and close enough to right to foist it on the world. First 30 seconds of this is not xenharmonic. Rest is. I’m finished forever with Cubase, too many headaches, am learning Reaper. Loving it. Made this song using these…

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