OK, Villa tech neanderthals, you’ll have to read this report from Cliff Thompson slowly…
Once you’ve got the idea (new music recorded online and inspired by the late/great villa house band, there’s audio at the end..
More on the band can be found here.
While in Florida working on the family home, (& away from my California home’s music studio (Apple Computer running GarageBand, etc), I’ve started exploring a near equivalent (& entirely Web App based) free & easy to use music creation toolset from Aviary called Myna (Audio Editor) & Roc (Music Creator), comprising essentially an online recording studio. These days I’m particularly interested in a music style that might be described as “Symphonic Orchestral World Music Fusion Rock”, as implemented by those fans of the Sufferin’ Kind Music Circle Project, the spin-off Sufferin’ Kind Virtual Band (announced a while back on the legacy Villa St. Jean Sufferin’ Kind site), the Anti-Terrorist, Jihad-Bashing Band, “Mullah Moolah & the Infidels”.
The group decided to check out the Aviary studio & just finished spending the afternoon putting Aviary through the paces with a short breakout composition, originally to be titled “Hummus, not Hamas”, but later changed. At “Aviary Myna Virtual Studios”, here are “Mullah Moolah & The Infidels” accompanied by “Indignant Camels Oasis Orchestra”, with results of the initial recording session for their new soundtrack “Rehearsal” (http://bit.ly/bItFYK).