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“We’d Just Stand on the Street Corner and Yell” – BipTunia microtonal song. Tunings: ED4-41, 12 EDO, 22 TET Orwell [9] 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2

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This is the first song (that I know of) to use my new microtonal  VST synth, “Microtonal Poly Worms.”

(Check out my other microtonal music.)


TUNINGS on this song: 
ED4-41
12 EDO
22 TET Orwell [9] 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2


Music, words and voice: Michael W. Dean
Words and voice: Phil Wormuth


LYRICS:
We’d just stand on the street corner and yell
We’d just stand on the street corner and yell
We’d just stand on the street corner and yell
We’d just stand on the street corner and yell

We’re burnin’ clean now
We’re burnin’ clean now
We’re burnin’ clean now
We’re burnin’ clean now

This was back when we knew each other in college
My first comment of you owning a generator would have been
“Let’s get a PA and go anywhere and do a poetry reading.”

(unintelligible)…toxic.

We kinda did that without a generator.
We did. Yeah.
We’d just stand on the street corner
and yell.


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4 thoughts on ““We’d Just Stand on the Street Corner and Yell” – BipTunia microtonal song. Tunings: ED4-41, 12 EDO, 22 TET Orwell [9] 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2”

    1. Brendan,

      That’s like a blessing from the microtonal pope. You are, hands down, my fave musician making microtonal music.

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