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"I Can Fly" by Science Vs Nature

Science Vs Nature (SVN) is Christian Aydt and Kiley Thompson. Whenever we have vocalists, the "Verses" comes into play. We are located in Brooklyn, and have been mastering our sound for about 7 years...

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About Us: Science Vs Nature (SVN) is Christian Aydt and Kiley Thompson. Whenever we have vocalists, the "Verses" comes into play. We are located in Brooklyn, and have been mastering our sound for about 7 years.

We're still in the process of fine-tuning, but isn't that always the case? WE ARE A LIVE BAND. No DJ's involved. We only perform our music, and we are constantly evolving the 50 or so songs in our "record crate". 2008 will see the beginning of these hit download stores, and tour support will begin with these releases.

Check our websites out if you have any questions.

About the Song:FYI, Analia Garcia was the "Verses" on this track.

SVN has always been a computer-less electronica band up until this song. We used it to learn Logic Pro. All the sounds are programmed using our gear, sequenced on two MPC3000s.

One of the main issues we had with the MPCs was the MIDI drift. They created an awesome groove but they would occasional fall out of sync. It was extremely apparent when we went channel for channel and recorded them into Logic.

The drifting created a huge mess. We had to chop nearly every track and re-sequence via audio. Completely reminded us of splicing tape reels back in the day (and yes we're that old).

Can't wait to show off the remixes of this song, but we want to hold off until we tour, see what works on the crowds, and release what kicks. PLEASE contact us if you want to try to remix this work. Our label is constantly looking for fresh new talent!

Further information is available at www.sciencevsnature.com

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By Christian Aydt and Kiley Thompson Thursday November 30, 2006
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