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Blast Beat LuckyWorm Challenge – song 1- “That’s What the Money Sez” (BipTunia feat. Vantana Row)

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So, Jamey Blaze from Vantana Row and I were talking on the phone and decided for our first collaboration, we’d each make a different song using some of the same samples and beats and criteria.

So here’s what we decided the rules were:
–It has to incorporate the MIDI file of blast beats on the Wikipedia article on Blast Beats.
I set my project to 180 BPM, blast beat range, but we didn’t specify a tempo, so you could do it at any tempo.
–It has to incorporate some of me talking, reading quotes by me off my IMDB page. Don’t have to use all of what I recorded, just some of it. Or all if you want.
–It has to incorporate a guitar “chug” sound that Jamey sent.
–It has to incorporate a recording of Volly Blaze screaming, and a recording of Jamey Blaze saying “That’s what the money says!”
–It has to use one or both of the BipTunia VST synths, LuckyWorm or ShinyDirt (I used both).

Here’s my song. Looking forward to hearing Vantana’s take on this.

If you’d like to take the challenge and make a song, you can grab the files here. It’s not a contest, no winner, but we will share your song link here.
Worms.
–Michael W. Dean


LYRICS FOR THIS SONG:

Jamey Blaze:
That’s What the Money Sez.
That’s What the Money Sez.
That’s What the Money Sez.
That’s What the Money Sez.

Volly Blaze:
That’s right, I formed a group about staph life
big apple pie cafe, jazz time,
I’m never late, ‘less I may not
be in a manic state of mind.

Michael W. Dean:
I remember when sex was safe and music was dangerous.

It’s all about art. Whether you’re painting the ceiling of the chapel or banging out four chords in the van, you are declaring your intention to smear your soul onto the veil of the infinite.

Dating seven women isn’t seven times the fun; it’s seven times the hassle. And one of them always feels like killing you.

Nailed it.


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2 thoughts on “Blast Beat LuckyWorm Challenge – song 1- “That’s What the Money Sez” (BipTunia feat. Vantana Row)”

  1. The soundtrack of my nightmares coupled with intermittent excerpts from extra-terrestrial transmissions supplanted with tinges of “Jazz From Hell,” the BipTana Row Blast Beat LuckyWorm Challenge” delivers (and then some.) Hope more rise to the occasion. – Rick Cheba

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