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ReportLionel ValdellonLionel Valdellon

  • Age: 48
  • Location: Hayward, California, United States of America
  • Label: qed records

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Lionel Valdellon (Acid42) is a one-man electronic musician based in Northern California, fusing Southeast Asian influences with Western beats and structures to create what he likes to call ethnotronica. He is also a member of the electronica collective Clone.


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  • Jarrod Gollihare's picture
    "...But I'm Dying"
    Left by Jarrod Gollihare, on Jun 14, 2010 - 16:47
    The latest Admiral Twin upload, "...But I'm Dying" is also a free download. FYI.

    Shooby doo.

    http://www.uvumi.com/#admiraltwin/songs/11950
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  • Thanks a lot for being a friend
    Left by Benjamin and Thomas, on May 19, 2010 - 12:23
    Cool stuff going on here..

    /B
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  • hey
    Left by Rick Lindemann, on Mar 8, 2010 - 20:38
    thanks for the add man..
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    Thanks
    Left by Entropy, on Feb 19, 2010 - 12:26
    I love those grunts and stuff. : ) Glad you enjoyed. I am working on more.
    The Samples are from an Akai African Samples collection. Lots of goood sounds on it. : )
    Thanks for listening.
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  • Hey
    Left by gingerbelle, on Feb 18, 2010 - 17:06
    Thanks for the tips! I'll try adjusting the volume(s) next time and see if that helps. I appreciate the advice!
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  • Left by Cameron Steele, on Feb 17, 2010 - 12:10
    Thanks for your kind comment a long time ago. I enjoy your music and am a big fan of your marketing copywriting.
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  • PS
    Left by gingerbelle, on Feb 16, 2010 - 16:12
    Just read your bio. I'm also a marketing copwriter!
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  • Left by gingerbelle, on Feb 16, 2010 - 16:11
    You're an astute listener! I had a lot of trouble getting the sound right in spy warp. I'm kind of new to recording and have been having trouble with mixing/equalizing/compressing. It seems to get trickier the more lush-sounding electronic tracks you add to a piece. I should probably take a little class or something;-) For now, it's just trial and error!
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    • Practice makes perfect!
      Left by Lionel Valdellon, on Feb 16, 2010 - 16:16
      More lush means more layers -- and since the volume increases incrementally with each loop/layer/track you add, you gotta watch your overall output volume levels. Your audio software should have a red light indicating when you've overloaded the volume. Bring the volume of the offending track down. (Or bring down the overall output volume.) :D Hope it helps. The idea is, the less clipping, the smoother the output, the better the listening experience.
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  • Thank you!
    Left by Suzen JueL, on Feb 12, 2010 - 17:01
    Thanks for the Fantastic Comment on 'Down By The Water'...it was originally called 'Bridge' but that name just didn't stick...haaa
    So thanks! Saw ya tweet it, and again, I am grateful!
    -Suzen JueL
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  • Left by sunslide, on Feb 10, 2010 - 13:13
    thanks so much
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