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thethingwiththestuff
george martin
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Post by thethingwiththestuff » Mon Feb 08, 2010 1:11 pm

http://arcinround.bandcamp.com is the current band i drum in.

just registered taptempogroup.bandcamp.com for myself, but haven't put anything up yet...

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megajoe
gettin' sounds
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Post by megajoe » Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:03 pm

holy moly, this is the first I've heard of it. Awesome

http://yourface.bandcamp.com/

SchemeTeam
ass engineer
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Post by SchemeTeam » Tue Feb 09, 2010 11:09 am

Rad thread!

Our new LP (just came out today) is up for free. Plz check it!

http://spyisland.bandcamp.com

boid
gimme a little kick & snare
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Post by boid » Tue Feb 09, 2010 12:23 pm

thethingwiththestuff wrote:http://arcinround.bandcamp.com is the current band i drum in.
i'm pissed as fuck since 3 days, for no particular reason haha
but this stuff certainly put me in a better mood!

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lapsteel
pushin' record
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Location: Omaha, NE

Post by lapsteel » Fri Feb 12, 2010 6:06 pm

They just added tags for location and genre. Now you can find others in your city, state and/or genres. :D

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Jeff White
ghost haunting audio students
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Post by Jeff White » Fri Feb 12, 2010 8:23 pm

lapsteel wrote:They just added tags for location and genre. Now you can find others in your city, state and/or genres. :D
Great news. This was my only big problem with Bandcamp. This service just keeps getting better and better.

How do you use this search function?
I record, mix, and master in my home studio, Ch?teau Blanco, and in various spaces in the Philly area. http://jeffwhiteaudio.com/

thethingwiththestuff
george martin
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Post by thethingwiththestuff » Fri Feb 12, 2010 10:08 pm

thanks very much, boid!

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lapsteel
pushin' record
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Post by lapsteel » Sat Feb 13, 2010 4:20 pm

ipressrecord wrote:
lapsteel wrote:They just added tags for location and genre. Now you can find others in your city, state and/or genres. :D
Great news. This was my only big problem with Bandcamp. This service just keeps getting better and better.

How do you use this search function?
I don't think they have the search function yet. I think they are working on it. Right now when you click on tags you are redirected to a page of others with the same tag.

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Jeff White
ghost haunting audio students
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Post by Jeff White » Sat Feb 13, 2010 5:21 pm

Cool, got it!
I record, mix, and master in my home studio, Ch?teau Blanco, and in various spaces in the Philly area. http://jeffwhiteaudio.com/

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Stephen Horsley
pluggin' in mics
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Post by Stephen Horsley » Sun Feb 14, 2010 2:14 am

Just got ours going the other day

http://thievesss.bandcamp.com/

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death by chandelier
alignin' 24-trk
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Post by death by chandelier » Mon Feb 15, 2010 12:41 pm

Stephen Horsley wrote:Just got ours going the other day

http://thievesss.bandcamp.com/

nice tunes.

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tubetapexfmr
steve albini likes it
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Post by tubetapexfmr » Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:52 pm

Not me, but one of my best friends. I mastered it and did the artwork:

http://iamsomnus.bandcamp.com

boid
gimme a little kick & snare
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Post by boid » Sun Feb 21, 2010 1:28 pm

mostly noise, but anyway :lol:

http://luut.bandcamp.com/

andris
gettin' sounds
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Post by andris » Wed Feb 24, 2010 9:07 am

Bit more noise here http://buildingsandmountains.bandcamp.com/
Featuring a circuit bent music and rhythm guitar!
dryhill studios
oneonta ny

Bro Shark
re-cappin' neve
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Post by Bro Shark » Tue Mar 02, 2010 3:37 pm

berniedurfee wrote:
InvalidInk wrote:
tarblackvomit wrote:http://wrack.bandcamp.com/

First shit I recorded with my new-ish interface, mics and pres, blah blah.
Fuck yeah, good stuff!
Yeah man, nice work. What is the new-ish interface? Pres? Blah?
Guys, I'm sorry I missed these comments the first time around. :oops: Thank you for checking out my stuff and commenting. I really appreciate that. Gear bought and used on that recording includes: PTLE; Digi 002R (modded); Sytek 4pre; Motu 8pre; Audix dynamic and AT condenser mics.

Sadly, that stuff is being used in a glorified apartment setup now. We got booted from my rehearsal space while I was finishing tracking that project. I haven't lined up a new space yet. I am busy making quiet-ish home recordings in the meantime.

Also, thanks again to the original poster for giving some visibility to the Bandcamp site. I am glad to have found it and can see it serving a variety of needs on a long-term basis. Also, thanks to TapeOp for coming in the mail.

Tyler

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