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Jan 31, 2008 | 12:33 PM EST
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Song
1.7 MB
1 min 55 sec
Score
2.67 / 5.00

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Rated 2.67 / 5 stars
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706 Plays | 94 Downloads
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Author Comments

I didnt know how to make it into a more electronic version so i just stuck with the strings and bongo

EDIT: now ive added a horn and a base beat. thanks for the tips!

Reviews


ClaxorClaxor

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice :)

I like it ;)
The harpischord gave it a nice touch, and I like the drums. The sitar (if that's what it's called) had a little too much reverb in my opinion. Minor, but I just thought the contrast was a bit too big, it's probably just me though.

You managed to keep it interesting the whole way through, great job! :)



Suspended-3rd-ChordSuspended-3rd-Chord

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The sultan approves

this is a really cool composition man haha. you used middle easternish sounding melodies-harmonic minor sounds are my favorite haha. Good selection of string instruments and the bongos give it a real nice touch. The beat is pretty good, and I love when it does the "galloping" rhythm. The riff that you use for the intro was unexpected- and throughout the composition was quite unpredictable yet flows pretty well. I love how you battle between the sitar and the other stringed instrument (harpischord?), and fuse them together in the end, making for some very exotic sounding harmonization. I love the chromatic descending arpeggios and the hooks you use to wrap the solo sections, they also connect quite well.

So yeps, quite a unique sounding piece, but it is a bit empty. Without a centered bassy, thick sound centered in the background this sounds unbalanced. Some soft lowered strings and maybe lower pitched sitar melodies would make a much more fuller sound. The percussion could be more as a bongo by itself is a bit dry-why not some tabla pitchbend slaps for the lower spectrum and a sustained triangle "ding!" for the higher end?

otherwise man, excellent sound here, its always nice to hear something original!


m00z responds:

tnx!
ill deffinitly work on it more!