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b : baraya_sunda@yahoogroups.com 22 October 2011 • 2:56PM -0400

[Baraya_Sunda] Selingan - Kreatif?
by Ki Hasan

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Uing keur lalayaran di tungtung minggu. Manggih paguneman dua urang bule,
asal Walanda jeung German jigana mah. Disebut jigana soteh, pedah nu ti
German mah asa can pati remen ka monitor. Ari nu ti Walanda mah geus remen
manggihan. Naon nu jadi paguneman, nyaeta tetela geuning bangsa urang teh
KREATIF cenah. Nepikeun ka eta dua bule gogodeg, nu ku manehna teu kapikir,
tetela cenah bangsa urang mah bisa neangan carana.

Geura ieu salinan obrolanana:

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Lucky <http://www.blogger.com/profile/17188398800282487715> said...

wonderful, henk!! recently i strolled around your back posts and found so
many incredible and wonderful music - and this kurnia is only one of it!
godard posted two cd's of kurnia at the psychic hut blog, if you haven't
seen it (follow my blogger-profile).

terimah kasih from hamburg to java! :)
  October 20, 2011 2:24 PM
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Henk Madrotter <http://www.blogger.com/profile/12733745439852366674> said...


you are welcome lucky! and thanks for letting me know, one of those cd's was
posted here too (a long time ago). i've got a lot more beautiful traditional
music coming up, quiet a few nice jugala tapes too, got very lucky a few
weeks ago, it's almost impossible to find that stuff nowadays!
  October 21, 2011 1:54 AM
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Lucky <http://www.blogger.com/profile/17188398800282487715> said...

promising news - gumbira's jugala sound is possibly my favorite "modern"
indonesian music, and it's wonderful to dance, too, especially the faster
tracks with incredibly complex rhythms.

i have ripped tapes myself and know how much work it is - and i have to say
you really have improved with the sound quality!! the earlier 128 rips often
sound very bad, whereas since you use 320kb/s the sound is also much cleaner
- i guess you do some editing and noise reduction.

sampai jumpai lagi :)
  October 21, 2011 3:29 AM
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thanks! no i don't do any editing or noise reduction, i record the tapes
that are sounding good, the ones that are bad, i bring them to friends of
mine who have a second hand cassette shop and they clean them for me:)
believe it or not but they put the dirtiest cassettes in water for a few
days! had no dier that that was possible but the ones they cleaned up for me
sound fresh:)
  October 21, 2011 4:12 AM
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Lucky <http://www.blogger.com/profile/17188398800282487715> said...

well, if you think about it, it's pretty obvious - to clean something, use
water! we do it with cars, windows, bodies, why not with cassettes... ;)

it stroke me several times during my travels in indonesia, how creative they
are with repairing stuff, or if they really broke, how they could re-use
them in a totally new way - indonesians are recycling-masters.

thanks for madrotting. :)
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