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I'm an Industrial musician dedicated to powernoise creation(and, of course, God). I write, program, stretch, record and hack out all my own music and play a live bass on stage.

I'm working on all new material and will set up myspace and whatever else when I'm done recording. I wish I could work with other like minded musicians but, alas!!, there seems to be none any where close to my area...

I use a Korg Triton Extreme and Triton Studio, Cubase SX3, Abbleton Live 7, Mackie Onyx 400F, two Samson S.Com Stereo Compressors and a Kurzweil Mangler for vocals, BassPODxt Pro, and just about anything that I can sample and distort. I'm probably one of the few who plays a live bass in almost all my music with a variety of styles (classical runs, slap, etc.).

...anyway - I look forward to being more involved in faith based music as I believe this is where God has led me and I hope we can all work together in bringing the world it's prescribed medicine!!

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welcome to you and God Bless! I'm actually a bass player (used to play in a metal band)... couldn't play live to save my life...

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Joe
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Thanks for the welcome!!

Is this forum losing steam or is everyone on Holiday??




 
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it has its ups and downs...I for one used to post frequently but mostly troll and read everyone else's discussions. I'm a much better spectator :)



 
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TerrorForm wrote:
Thanks for the welcome!!

Is this forum losing steam or is everyone on Holiday??


Personally, I've been busy, but I check for private messages and new posts a few times daily. There seems to be a lull within the scene itself at the moment. No new releases or tracks of which to speak. I'm sure that will change after New Years Day. Let's not forget the toll that the economy is having on virtually everything.




 
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I would post more, but... you know... thinking of anything relevant to the conversation is difficult for me.

Other than that: welcome :)




 
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Welcome
What are your influences{bands etc.}
look forward to hearing what you do.
Jeremy
Christian Noise/power Electronics
myspace.com/moraldivision more to come




 
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Influences: PTI, Xotox, Rotersand, Prometheus Burning, 5F 55 - 4C2E 492E 532E 41, Frontline Assembly, NG-Pro, Heimataerde, VNV Nation, Aiboforcen, Laibach, KDC, Boole, The Rorschach Garden, Haujobb, Modulate, Die Krupps, Feindflug, Discipline Unit, S.K.E.T, Terrorfakt and Rush :)

Right now, I'm remixing and re writing almost everything I have. When you are a lone musician you constantly run into blocks and re doing everything is the best way (for me anyway) to come up with new material.

Thanks for the Welcome MoralDivision!!




 
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TerrorForm wrote:
Is this forum losing steam or is everyone on Holiday??


Some thoughts on that

The “scene” at large

While there are some artists that continue to define themselves as Christian, there seems to be a growing trend of artist who buck that label in order to avoid the ‘baggage’ that comes with it and the subsequent pigeon-holing. To add more detail to this generalization however, part of this process seems to be from a growing maturity about the idea that many of these artist are ‘artists, same and any other’ but they personally, as individuals, hold Christian values. Nonetheless, the net effect is that the boundaries of what we may consider to be the “Christian ___ music scene” are blurring which makes it harder for the fanbase like us to define ourselves as well.

The idea of internet comunities such as this

The Internet is not exactly a static medium. In order for internet communities to persist, they probably should see a proactive engagement on the part of the userbase and community organizers. This engagement would include, among other things, continual promotion of the community outside the community. To that end I’ll profess being guilty of neglecting to mention Flaming Fish in other social circles I may frequent. This leads me to ask,

Is there more I could be doing to help make Flish a stronger community?

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Welcome TerrorForm. Good to see a new musician on the scene! Your influences rock; can't wait to hear what you come up with.

As to the inactivity, it's hard to say. A music community is only as active as the music that it promotes. I've observed that the vast majority of Christian goth, or industrial bands out there right now are making music as a hobby.

There's nothing wrong with that, but when the bands are only interested in recording as a hobby, they aren't out there booking shows, and promoting the music, so fans have nothing new to talk about. There's only so much conversation that can be had reminiscing about Circle of Dust's '95 album. ;)

I think a stronger goth/industrial presence at festivals like Cornerstone would rekindle an old flame,and bring a lot more excitement into the scene.

http://www.myspace.com/coriolis

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Yes it would...I'd enjoy Cornerstone a lot more, too.:)



 
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