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Introducing AutoCad
« on: February 22, 2002, 09:45:36 PM »
Hello! My name is Thomas Park, and I represent AutoCad / Pantheist Audio. We like your site, and of course, would love reviews.

Find us here at:

http://www.nowhereradio.com/artists/6/1279/singles.shtml

AutoCad / Pantheist Audio is a "leading-edge" electronica band. Visit us for news and previews at:
http://autocad.scriptmania.com .

AutoCad / Pantheist Audio has been involved with music for over
20 years. The band has written over 400 songs, and is registered with
the Open Music Registry.

AutoCad / Pantheist Audio has a wide online listening audience, with
hundreds of page views and thousands of listens every month. AutoCad's 2
online stations at Live 365.com internet radio were featured in November
2000's issue of Spin Magazine as 2 of the best dj'd stations on the web.
Live 365, in August of 2000, featured AutoCad's 2 groundbreaking stations,
"Our Skies" radio and "Panmuse Global" radio, as noteworthy elements of
the site. MP3.com, Riffage.com, Mediasearch.com, BuzzEmporium.com,
The Killing Game NMA, Zebox.com, Javamusic.com, Get Gigs.com, Alien Peace
Records, CT Music, Nest Egg Software, and Some Music.com have
featured AutoCad as an excellent example of guest artists there. AutoCad
qualified for first round honors in the Born On The Web competition and
the Global Resource Music competition, and placed highly in the Global
Resource Music Competition's overseas territories. AutoCad has received
positive press in Bandwidth, Legends, Darker Than The Bat, Oracle Orange, In
Your Eyes, Aural Innovations, Below, Tinfoil Music, Pitch Pig, Turk's Head,
Zoopa Loops, X-Hale Music, and other e-zines. AutoCad has appeared on
compilations produced by Pivotal Records, Killxart, and IBOL music.
AutoCad's music was chosen to help to showcase Frontsound.com's new
.wav technology. AutoCad's song "Blue Note" held the number one spot
in MP3.com's Missouri Electronica charts for over 1 month, and reached
the number one spot at Artistlaunch.com entire in 10/2001. AutoCad has
been comissioned to produce soundtracks for a bartending simulation cd,
2 films, a digital comic book, a charity/ relief cd, and other purposes
, and is always interested in furnishing cheap soundtracks for any
media purpose. AutoCad's hit single "Dock To Dock 2001", praised by
Tonos Radio, has recently been remixed by famous Boy George protegees,
The MPC's.

We focus on leading-edge, mind-melting, body rocking electronica.

We would love to conspire with you! Contact Thomas Park at:

e-mail: autocad13@hotmail.com

snail mail:
5073 A Chippewa
St. Louis, MO 63109

Thank you for your time and patience.
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Re: Introducing AutoCad
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2002, 02:51:53 AM »
I dig your sound....  Sounds a bit retro to me... going back to the days of "Pump up the volume"..

Recording sounds good, and good arrangement and songwriting...

The only thing I can suggest is that maybe you could try getting a cool female singer to do a lead vocal or something...

Of course, I don't speak for everyone, but in my opinion, this stuff gets monotonous (sp?)... just seems like the same thing over and over again with a few changes here and there...

It's good background music for a club, but I can't picture someone sitting on there couch in front of the stereo listening to this, cause there is noting to focus on like a lead vocal...

As I said, thats my opinion, and others will vary...

I do dig the sound, and want to wish you good luck in your endeavors..

V+V
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Re: Introducing AutoCad
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2002, 06:46:58 PM »
Thanks for the opinion, man-- I think you are right on target.

--Thomas
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Re: Introducing AutoCad
« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2002, 09:50:33 AM »
Posted a review on your page for you ;)
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Re: Introducing AutoCad
« Reply #4 on: February 25, 2002, 07:01:57 PM »
I caught it Waldo, and thanks a lot! I really dig the review.

--Thomas
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Re: Introducing AutoCad
« Reply #5 on: February 25, 2002, 07:23:56 PM »
N/P,

 Hey, how'd you get the Pong thing going, being as the link to the company says basically 'coming soon'?

 I'd love to offer some time wasters that'd get musicians some interest here on NWR.
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Re: Introducing AutoCad
« Reply #6 on: February 25, 2002, 07:26:05 PM »
Errr, uh, didn't realize I was logged in on the test account.

That was me asking the above question ;)

Lemme know
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Re: Introducing AutoCad
« Reply #7 on: February 25, 2002, 07:57:51 PM »
Sure! Well, it is a hell of a lot of fun, and you can probably put it on your front page, with your choice of music, and it would attract people-- contact Helge Krabye, MP3.com artist, for more info. . .

--Thomas
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