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Nope, I don't feel like hearing this at all right now...
*hmmm* Well, I don't have to switch off, but I'm not raising the volume either...
Yes, this track fits my mood perfectly!
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  1. #41
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    Ahoy!
    After I've read so many of your posts, got to "know" who's behind all those nicks... I thought I should introduce myself as well. Since no one knows me anyway....

    I'm a 25 years old girl from Bosnia, living in Croatia. Am a civil engineer, building constructions' are my field. But... I like photography more. If you ever meet me anywhere, you'll most likely see me with a huge bag of lenses and a camera.

    Last year around April, I think, I discovered SLAYradio through Reyn's shows, as a geeky friend told me about it. So I came back to the next show... and the next... and here I am today, someone who was never even close to even seeing/meeting the scene, I stay tuned every day. I'm happy I met so many smart and funny people, I'm happy I found all this.

    And I must say I'm surprised how far SceneSat got. This is good work and congratz to that! Keep it up and good luck.
    Greetz, Nina.

  2. #42
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    Feb 2009
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    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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    Exclamation

    - Ran Maximum Entropy BBS (1990 --> 1996)
    - Ran The Digital Cafe BBS (1997 --> 1998) NOISE (New Objectives In Sound Exploration) WHQ
    - DEJAP Wedding Peach SNES Japanes 2 English Translation (1998)
    - http://www.dejap.com/weddingpeach.php
    - Maintained Tenchi's NES Archive (1997 --> 1999)
    - Anime Densetsu - Asian Games Review Site (1997 --> Present)
    - http://www.densetsu.com
    - Online Dating: Dotmate
    - http://www.dotmate.com
    - Rave Canada (1998 --> Present)
    - http://www.rave.ca/
    - Quiltsco Image Tiling
    - http://www.quiltsco.com/

    I code interactive websites as my job... I don't know what to do with the money I make...
    I throw free rave parties in abandoned buildings... I have not been arrested yet...
    I used to write modules with Tetrimed... I was never good...
    I collect street and factory signs... I have over 50 different sign...
    I drive a scooter... I think everyone who lives in a city should...
    I listen to scenesat at work. I become in a trance when I do and work better...
    I have problems paying attention to things... I'm always thinking about my code...

    More Info: http://nuclear.rave.ca/


  3. #43
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    Hi to everyone here.

    My name is Jane (Janina in fact, but everybody calls me Jane), I’m 26 yrs old and I come from a quite small village in the West of Germany.

    I am no scener – not at all… I got in touch with the scene at Breakpoint 2009 for the first time and I was just amazed... about everything, but especially about what all is possible with my old old C64 that I have been using (or better abusing ;-) ) for 19 yrs now.
    I got my first own C64 back in 1990 and since that time, I never stopped playing Boulderdash ;-) – but I never did anything more than just playing games.

    OutOfMem asked me to come and visit Breakpoint 2009 – so it’s his fault that I’m here… he also recommended SceneSat Radio to me and I just love it… (which I love most are the Cozy Corner Shows :-D )

    Guess that was only a start and I will stick to the scene – even if I’m only kinda lurker… (but maybe this will change some day ;-) )

  4. #44
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    Central UK
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    Default One of the best topics we're all good at, talking about ourselves (:

    Hi my name's, Katz, well that's not my real name of course, my real name's Kathryn LJ.
    As you all know, I'm a person of few words.....

    Mew.

  5. #45
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    May 2008
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    Central UK
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    Default Damnit, here goes...

    Ok, I'm Katz, Kathryn, I was bred as a kitten in northern Wales, near Chester and a little later lived nearby in the north west of England until a few years ago I moved with family to central England. I'm currently <sigh> 32.
    My involvement with the scene, I first started listening to scene composed music modules in 1990, I was so in awe of the music I wanted a go myself, so I began composing music on a tracker, protracker, back in 1992.
    I first started releasing my music to the scene in 1994 to a small group comically called Alectronic Farts, hehe I know. After that in 1995 I co-formed Area-51 and remained in that group for many years, til 2002. I also joined Vortex in 1997 and worked on some music for the scene mag Hugi, my tracks featuring in a couple of their issues. Also during the 90s I composed several tracks for different game companies from F1 licenseware to full on companies, including Enortic, Agas, Team17, Darkware & Z-Soft. I also did some music for PD stuff and various diskmags and short run specialist 'chillout' CD's.
    I stopped composing in 2002 and came back to it in 2008, where I started doing some remixes, but really my heart is in original composing, I get a little frustrated with remixes sometimes because I see great directions for the songs to go in, but going those routes would take the song far too far away from the original.
    Finally, I am recently getting back into freelance music work and am currently working on various commercial projects and a couple of scores for TV work.

    I won't blabber on and bore you all, someone else can do that instead (:

    Thanks for reading.
    KittyKatz.

  6. #46
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    Hi. Malmen here. I hang around in scenesat alot. I'm also not very good at writing about myself but well. I'm a music composer, and I use either Reason for rendered music, or Milkytracker for the modules that i make. I make lots and lots of music..

    I live in Sweden and I am a pretty ordinary guy.

    I dont bite.

  7. #47
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    hiho!

    i'm Noisefever. real name daniel. my first demo was "in the kitchen" from anarchy, and since that i'm addicted to the scene i started making music with protracker on an amiga 500. but that never satisfied me. nowadays i produce my music with FL Studio. much better
    most of my time "in the scene" was inactive, i have to admit... but i were on every breakpoint since 04
    The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources

  8. #48
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    Hey there, nice thread you guys got going here.. I thought I'd just jump in and give it a go myself while I'm at it!

    My name is Cristian, 26 this year and live in a town called Lidköping in Sweden.
    I've always been a fan of computer/game music in general, I guess it all started with the C64 then over to the Amiga back in the days. I got completely blown away by watching some demos on the Amiga, and ever since then been a big fan of it, especially the Amiga has a special place in my heart, even though i love the C64 aswell.

    A few years ago i started to listen to Slay Radio regularly, and one day I tuned in and noticed they were playing a lot of really nice smooth tracks, and I really liked it, so I looked it up and found out that it was the Cozy Corner with Ziphoid.
    So since then I've been downloading basically all of the shows along with the On Air ones and listened to them plenty of times when I'm at work, which is perfect!
    I've been tuning in here ever since the beginning of Scenesat, but not always as a registered member thou.

    Anyway right now I'm (hopefully temporary) unemployed like so many others here in Sweden, but before that i worked as an EBW (electron beam welding) machine operator at a company that makes different kinds of saw blades.

    Long live the scene!
    Last edited by Crovax; 2009-07-03 at 13:58.

  9. #49
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    Hi, everyone! Thought it was time to introduce myself. My name is Anna and if you’ve read the thread about the creative process, you already know that I’m not one of the music makers. I was introduced to this kind of music by John when he still was a DJ at Slay Radio and of course I followed him to SSR.
    I’m an anthropology student, currently up in the northern parts of Sweden in a small town called Jokkmokk, doing fieldwork and working at the hostel while working at my thesis that hopefully will be finished soon. My biggest interest is photography, preferably nature photography, and I’ve been taking pictures since I got my first camera at 8-9 years old. Jokkmokk is quite near the World Heritage area of Laponia, and I’m hoping to get some time off to go hiking in the mountains with my camera, because the nature is very beautiful up here! It almost takes your breath away.
    I really like the music played here and are so grateful that it is possible to download a lot of the tracks. It makes the more boring part of my job less boring with this music playing on the iPod.

  10. #50
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    Talking Hi!

    So, guess i got to introduce myself then, eh..
    well, I'm Kepler!

    '82 model! Born, Raised and Live in Norway.

    I've been into the demoscene since '99 when i got my first PC and started making noises in Fasttracker 2, that was also the first year i attended The Gathering.

    I'm currently studying sound engineering at NISS in oslo, and is an active musician,

    I discovered slay radio trough the "mastering swedish"-clips that were spread like.. well.. everywhere, and started hanging there a couple of years back, then Ziphoid suddenly invitet me to a dodgy channel with a lot of weird, creepy people.. which suited me just perfect.

    that's about it methinks!

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