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Post by rich on Wed May 18, 2016 12:41 pm

So, I've been making tracks, while I have the time at work.
Here is the first one of many:


These are really quick and short, and I usually make them to jazz or carmack. This one is a bit messy, but a lot of the other tracks are not, and I have even shortened all the lines one some of them. The new LRJS is amazing; it brings inspiration in the ease of track making, due to the relaxing feeling and the low time cost.
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Post by Apple on Wed May 18, 2016 1:59 pm

I love how nonstop it is. It's very smooth and there are not many parts where lines aren't affecting him in some way. The music made the whole track feel good too. I liked it.
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Post by Lukking on Wed May 18, 2016 2:12 pm

wow. that was good. basically what apple said

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Post by Chuggers on Wed May 18, 2016 3:11 pm

it feels like stop and go while being mostly not stop and go, thats cool

can't wait to see more from you
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Post by ScrungleBlumpkus on Wed May 18, 2016 3:57 pm

You're establishing quite the repertoire of styles and techniques
What are you gonna do with that

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Post by rich on Wed May 18, 2016 7:44 pm

Dapianokid wrote:You're establishing quite the repertoire of styles and techniques
What are you gonna do with that
probably going to keep making tracks. I might do something big in the future, but for now I have so much of my time focused toward my career; I doubt I'll have time to pursue a project of ambition in line rider.
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Post by ScrungleBlumpkus on Wed May 18, 2016 8:16 pm

sounds neato
having you around makes me want to make tracks and not much inspires me in the way of doing that
I guess it's because we're similar except you have flow? like.
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Post by Sheldon on Wed May 18, 2016 10:11 pm

Very nice
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Post by Z_N-Freak on Thu May 19, 2016 7:36 am

@rich wrote:
Dapianokid wrote:You're establishing quite the repertoire of styles and techniques
What are you gonna do with that
probably going to keep making tracks. I might do something big in the future, but for now I have so much of my time focused toward my career; I doubt I'll have time to pursue a project of ambition in line rider.

What kind of career? Smile

And neato track man! Enjoyable to watch ^_^

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Post by rich on Thu May 19, 2016 2:14 pm

Dapianokid wrote:sounds neato
having you around makes me want to make tracks and not much inspires me in the way of doing that
I guess it's because we're similar except you have flow? like.
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I really enjoy all your tracks. They amaze me, and I think that we are very similar in respects. I hope that you continue to make tracks, because they make me happy, and they're way cool.
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What kind of career? Smile
My profession is computer science, and I have a promised job at JPL( my fall back). I spend my time, which I consider my career, hopefully pushing our civilization into a type one global civilization; looking to find a way to inspire global construction of thought and motivation. So, the answer is much bigger than it seems, but if you'd like I could probably do a bigger write up about my pursuit with references.
Why? All my life I've wanted to do something righteous, be the next stepping stone, but now I'm tired of doing it on a small scale; I'm focused on progressing my ambitions to a very large scale.

longer but not near a full answer:
I truly believe the human race is speeding towards extinction, and we are bringing down other life forms. The problem with this is, as you probably know, we( everything on earth) are the only life forms we know about, have data about, or exist in our view of the space; it's a sad thing, but it's as real as our fight against our old natural predator(s), and hunger, and disease, and( probable) lack of drinkable water; all these problems should be studied. And, no matter what you want to study, I'm sure there is a way to study it in a form that would inspire others to pursue academic progression in literally any field-- be it games, cars, tv shows, rave music, classical music, food, drinks, partying, politics, skateboarding, drugs, religion, or even line rider. I Don't care what people pursue, just pursue it in a way that others can profit and improve off of it.
We also have a chance to give back everything to the earth, and I don't think enough people are critically thinking about that. I'm not saying that you guys aren't, but you may not see this problem as rich as I do, or it's not the problem that you focus your energy on-- that's fine; I do value this community over many others for a reason: you are all very smart and focus on great things, righteous, and you're not the ones that I want to preach this kind of critical thinking at; you all do a lot of critical thinking of your own, probably due to your history with line rider and other games or music. My focus is not the educated and critically engaged( roughly 10% of humanity), but the educated non-critically engaged or uneducated or oppressed( 90% of humanity). I don't take credit for these ideas: this is the great conversation and we must all stand on the shoulders of giants.
Thank you for the question; I take my life very seriously and don't spend a lot of time outside of the great conversation or my books, but I do play a little bit of Counter Strike( I love the engineering of Counter Strike's code), line rider(it's so relaxing for me), I enjoy playing the piano(I think being able to read music and play it is very good for me, plus I have a lot of favorite songs that can be expressed with just piano), and I do own Ableton but don't spend to much time on it. I also have a twin brother, and we are very social between each other and have many low maintenance friends who hold the same views we do. Right now, I pay for my living off of a weekend cooking job in LA and freelance programming over Paypal.

The world should be rich, and not in a monetized way but sometimes monetization has to happen to increase progression. Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Henry Huntington, Leland Stanford, Andrew Carnegie, and many others are a great example of monetization and investment into the increasing wealth of one's country-- education; these individuals did more for a global progression than many others but are sometimes looked down upon for being successful assholes( for sure within their own time, but not all of them are seen that way. Google is seen as god-sent). This is just in American society; I have been learning Japanese and Spanish; I've also been studying many European and eastern cultures as much as I can at this time. If anyone has light on those cultures I would happily read anything, and I really mean anything, that you are willing to talk about and discuss it to the best of my ability.

If I fail, well, I know that I really am a 'try hard.'

a confession or a few.:
I'm very scared to share my opinions often. I do not want to be looked down on in the same way as people in the past, and this forces my often reclusive nature. I don't try to come off as an asshole and I don't try to push my opinion on anyone. I have a huge fear of this because all my life I have just strove to be the nicest guy that I can, in every situation; I like to hear everyone's voice because every opinion on any subject is worth listening to. I don't want to hurt or smite a person in their beliefs and thoughts on accident, and I think this community is mature enough for this post. I hope I don't come off as thinking that I am better, because I'm not better; I don't think anyone is better than another, and I think everyone is doing good even if their definition of good is different from your definition of good. I just hope that in the end I inspire others to be righteous in their own lives no matter what they like.
I also hope i have no typos because my twin is an English major and would lash me.
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Post by Min3rl3g4nd on Thu May 19, 2016 5:24 pm

I like the stop and go parts, it takes me back to Jam (even known it's different)

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