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Icct Hedral - alternate rhythm

Composer Richard D. James    (click to list other tunes)
Submitted by David Luebbert
Posted 3/22/01; 10:40:05 AM
Topic Icct Hedral - timeline
Msg# 1599 (in response to 1598)
Prev/Next 1598/1600
Reads 9294


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This is the alternate rhythm figure of Icct Hedral, a composition by Richard D. James, the Aphex Twin. This figure, a sixteen beat cycle, is played for contrast when the Icct Hedral timeline is not playing. As with the timeline rhythm, I have orchestrated the rhythm using MIDI rhythm sounds rather than the string sounds used in Icct Hedral.

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Last update: Thursday, March 22, 2001 at 10:42 AM.