☾Mechanical Turk☽

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The "Mechanical Turk" was an 18th century chess playing machine which turned out to be an elaborate hoax. On the outside it gave the appearance of being a mechanical automaton that played chess but, in fact, it was just a guy inside the box making the moves. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Turk What has this got to do with anything? I dunno, but make your own inferences, as this is a glitched-up reworking of this fantastic live drum track. I've used a wide range ...
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PJE
Superbly Created Dan what a level to take it too and a feel to give over WDs great drums, cool inspired theme and so clever how you've automated yet kept every ounce of the live feel.....creativity like this is why I admire your talent so much:D<3:W+2
DirkL
That's really sweet. Cool sounds and a feel good track. Nice I also appreciate the history lesson you built in to accompany the title. I think people should use music to educate about history more. I think about jamming bass to public domain speeches and writings sometimes. Any idea where I can get historical spoken word audio to jam with?+1
April 08 2021 12:02:45
DirkL
DanDiplo Nice idea, Dirk! The British Library has a good archive you could look at - https://sounds.bl.uk/ (Oral History would work). +0
JeanPaul66
B)Good job Dan, I am stepping stone to Peter's comment<3:W+0
Ernie440
hey very cool Dan! Sounds super cool! :)+0
WhiteDrum55
Mechno funk! :Y :W+0
ivax
:Y:Y Fantastic Dan+0
Wade
Most amusing! Got that mechanical thing going on for sure, but kind of more like a robot trying to dance.+0
btrasher
great creation dan!!:Y<3+0
frankyguitar
Sounds very cool Dan !!
Nice musical adaption of the descripten :W <3
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