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An Infinite Number of Chimps
name: m******
age: 46 years old
hometown: [unknown], CA, USA
hobbies: Music. MMA, Computers
favorite bands:Beck, U2, Massive Attack, Dave Matthews, Athlete, Cold Play, Tricky, Pink Floyd
favorite TV shows:Fringe, Lost, UFC
 
  :: An Infinite Number of Chimps is a member since 01/28/2008 --- this profile has been viewed 6,481 times
Artist: An Infinite Number of Chimps
Title: Mothers Day (Forget About Bling)
A man with a budget and an infninte number of chimps working at an infinite number of type writers can conquer the world (and statiscally end up with the complete works of Shakespeare (and probably quite a lot of poo too))
Phone call from an alien part 3: Finished traking the guitars and chaned some of the drum fills that fit a little better. Got some cool synth effects in the bag ready to go that add some strangeness to the song. Hope to get some peace and quiet to record some vocals later on
Phone Call From an Alien: Just finishing tracking most of the guitar. Liking the way it sounds. Transition from pre chorus into chorus needs to be tweaked a little. Also found some good royalty free loops that are going to sit nicely in this mix and add a little flavor
Starting to track a new song: Tracked some drums on EZ Drummer last night plus got the sound I want set up for verse and Pre chorus guitars.
I need to find some kind of cinematic sounds for an opening, nail down a sound for the chorus and decide on the melody for the vocal so I can reherse it. I need to think about bass too. I think I've been mixing it to quiet on prior songs.
Then it's just a short hop skip and a jump to a number one hit
From the look here, I'm your biggest fan. I mean look at all of the messages. I did see a lot of people rating your songs and that can't be bad. The new material sounds great. I tell baby your gonna be big. Bigger than that Kong hack. The lousy schmuck. Listen to me kid, I aint just a agent I'm a zoo keeper I know this town. Keep up the good work.
 
:: posted by The Great Constantini on Sun Oct 10, 2010 @ 11:36 PM     
I have been locked in seclusion in a hut in the Amazon rain forest writing and I decided to actually try to learn how to play better and practice material for recording. New material will be coming soon
 
:: posted by An Infinite Number of Chimps on Fri May 21, 2010 @ 03:55 PM     
Okay it's been a long time since you've written anything, what the he!@#$^% is going on. You must have some musical ideas ready for the world to hear? Your an evolving creature, a chimp I tell you, buck up and post some new music. I've written 10 songs as I was typeing this!
And you should take a listen to my latest junk when you have a free moment. Perhaps over a cold beer and some bananas.
 
:: posted by The Great Constantini on Tue Mar 2, 2010 @ 08:21 PM     
A million monkeys is just a fraction, not even an iota of an infinite number of chimps, and technically chimps are not monkeys. If I were a rapper things could get ugly...but fortunately as a softcore pop artist (albeit hardcore softcore) I'm just too relaxed.
 
:: posted by An Infinite Number of Chimps on Fri Dec 11, 2009 @ 12:20 AM     
I don't know the implications of this, but there is another Soundclick artist calling himself 'A Million Monkeys'. Obviously an Infinite number is far larger than just a million non the less I stumbled onto him and thought it was you. But rest assured you are still the uber ape. By the way never leave the u out in assured.
 
:: posted by The Great Constantini on Thu Dec 10, 2009 @ 11:04 AM     
Nice Tracks Mate!!
 
:: posted by onword47 on Tue Jan 27, 2009 @ 03:05 PM     
You are a solo chimp, but every chimp needs a banana once in a while, so yes good chimp, soldier on, you make us proud!
 
:: posted by The Great Constantini on Thu Jan 22, 2009 @ 11:01 PM     
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