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Mar 10, 2008 | 12:06 PM EDT
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2 min 26 sec
3.76 / 5.00

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This song is chapter one of the Puppy Dog Tales. A collection of songs which will be put onto an EP a collection of sorts> The song itself led off a very basic pick, the G, C interchange that occurs right at the beginning and remains through out. Using my fx pedal I crafted some sounds around, The straight/reversed chordal guitar, a mini lead and a hammond style bass. The drums are from ezdrummer. There is a little harmony from myself, reversed and delayed.

I haven't really had a chance to make music for a while now, what with my new job and sorting out moving and my teaching lark, but when i have the time i will try to put more music up. Signs of the rust are evident in the mix on this song. A little dull in places. I believe it needs some brightening. Ah well. Please share your thoughts and opinions, constructive criticism is the order of the day.




Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


yet effective.
is 5am, just got up for work so it's well quiet so i can't comment on any dullness. real nice blend of sounds tho.
will crank it later.
go forward soldier

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Nice Job. The samples you used were outstanding. The drum loops reminded me of travis barkers work, the tremelo on the guitar was sweet, the reverse hits toward the end were awesome and finaly, it matched the said genre!
10/10, 5/5
Nice work.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


that was really great! It reminded me of another bad that produces music like this i thouhght it was really great! awsome job on this piece.

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pitbulljones responds:

thanks for the review. It's probably new order the band you're refering to, as the guitar has that sound to it. Glad you enjoyed the track.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Really impressed there of the outcome. You quite considered some things well from the last time. The hole build up was great and the harmony of every instrument fitted well. The hole stereofield was nicely filled! What else to say? Worthy a 5 indeed.

Good stuff man!

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pitbulljones responds:

yea i kinda left the mix more soft on this track, it's not hard at all, though i think it needs some mastering, the level sits well in the speakers. glad ive impressed you enough, i mean it isn't to your tastes and all. Thank for the kind words and i shall be on to your review shortly


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Nice, simple and smooth. Not exactly my cup of tea but it definetly has a lot of potential. Almost sounds like it has a country twist to it as well. I don't know about adding this or that because I just listen and can't make music to save my life. I can see this song however on the opening of a good show or a small independent film. Definetly has that movie soundtrack feel. But again what do I know. I like it because again you can feel something. Keep working on it and see where your inspiration takes you.

pitbulljones responds:

Thanks for the review man. Yea i had an inkling this wouldn't quite be your thing, whereas spiritually it is mine, jingle jangle guitars and a mancunian vibe. I did afterall learn guitar before my forays into production. There no harm in getting a demo of fruityloops my friend and some free vsts and having a bash, it is actually quite similar to film, well the production aspect is anyways. hmmmm movie soundtrack, nice. Thanks for the kind words and review once again.