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Jim Dierking

USA
Real name: Jim Dierking
Country: USA
Composing since: 1990 in general, 1999 for XG.
Music style: An odd mix of various styles with some other stuff.

XG files in MP3 format

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A Common Goal (winning song XGC Contest 1999)
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Esperance
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Hardly
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Leading Edge of Summer
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No Telling
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Noon
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Oceanic
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Permenance
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Piano Song
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Rise and Fall
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Shopping Spree
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Subdue (part 1)
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Subdue (part 2)
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The End
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Thoughtful
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Thoughtless
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Trench
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Untitled Track
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You're not Joking

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XG-MIDI files

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Title Comments
4 Easy PaymentsPop, dance. Dedicated to people who really like shopping.
A Common GoalPop, dance. Winning song of the XGC Contest 1999.
AtlasFreestyle, the longest song I ever made!
Big Ideas (In a small town)Jazz Techno. An old song I made a while ago. It's remixed to make use of the SW1000XG's features. It's loosely based on a videogame song.
Carter's AngelsBig Beat, rock. The bass heavy theme for my upcoming film; it resembles Apollo Four Forty's excellent Charlie's Angels theme.
Click here!Jazz Techno. A rousing combination of Broadway Jazz and Techno drums!
Displacing Blue Saturation Freestyle. An experiment in drums (that went bad).
Elsewhere in LifeAmbient, dub-reggae A somber tune, similar to some of my older songs. It has some cool drum stuff in it!
EsperanceClassical, Trip-hop. The follow-up to Permanence; polyphony runs high on some parts. Sorry ;~D
FluffA nice piano song similar to the music of the Charlie Brown cartoons :~D
Hypothetical QuestionElectronic, rock. Go ask someone for something.
It's Nothing PersonalSoundtrack. This song is part of an original score I did for a film my friend made.
Lift vs. GravityMedley, uses some amazing SW1000XG voices!
Looking UpAmbient, reggae. A dub-reggae tune with a good dose of atmospheric intervention.
Non LineairJazz with Latin elements and extensive trumpet solos.
OceanicJungle. A fast song that seems to flow along like water. It slows down a bit at the end.
Pacific TimeA rock piece with Cuban sounding instruments.
PermanenceTribal Deep, emotional strings layered with energetic beats.
Quality AssuranceChillout. A deep, relaxing song with a glimpse of what's next...
Quality ReassurancePop, trance. The direct sequel to Quality Assurance; this has elements of Pop, Trance, Techno, and New Age.
RetaliationFlamenco, freestyle. A surreal song with touches of hope, tranquility, unrest, and sorrow.
Right hand turnPop, rock. A moving happy tune. Yippie!
Sardonic 700Trip-Hop. I wanted to make a dark, chilling song...
Slight ModificationTrip-Hop, reggae. My first SW1000XG song; I don't like this song at all :-)
Sovereign AngelsHip-Hop, rap. A song from an action/girl power film I'm working on; missing only the lyrics.
StrobeAcid Techno, fast aggressive techno with some peaceful moments in between.
The Stumbling BlocksClassical. One of my standard happy classical songs. Run through a field with your friends!
With the NewPop Dedicated to my good friend, Keanne!

Note: the song "A Common Goal" was the winning songof the XG-Central Contest 1999.
On the page "History XGC" you can read more about this contest.

These files are the copyright of Jim Dierking, all rights reserved.
The files are freely distributed for personal, non-commercial use only.

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