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Date
03/10/2008
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Song
3.3 MB
2 min 26 sec
Score
3.74 / 5.00

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Author Comments

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.

pitbulljones

Reviews


ChronamutChronamut

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 10, 2008

hmm..

implementation of some things sound a tad unpolished - love what you're striving for here though - but once again - NO VOCALS - however I know just how hard it is to get vocals - and you do have that wailing going on in the b/g - but it's not enuff! :P

also need some diversity - dont be afraid to mix things up a bit :)

I hear some reversing to - interesting.. ending and beginning imo need more work tho..

neways you're improving as always :P

-shawn-


pitbulljones responds:

Thanks for the review chron. Yea i felt a little inspired after reading the stone roses biogrphy, tried to capature a little bit of that sound, 'saccharine pop'. Early new order style riffs too. Definately borrowing from my heritage here being a manc and all. Yes it needs vocals, I can't sing mate, and any who can well i doubt they'd suit what I'm aiming for.

I agree,i could have shifted this up, but when you based the song on a little pick that you were dithering about with for a minute before thinking 'oooooh i'll record that' it gets a bit hard, needless to say though it is quite a short track so there would be space in a remix to do a chorus and shit. Indeed thers some reverse, you'll notice any guitar work i do i use a little to a lot of it.

Thnaks for the review.


JessePantsJessePants

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 10, 2008

awsome

love it , full scorre and download

kepp up the good work


pitbulljones responds:

wow. thanks. It usually takes about a year for me to get 3 reviews lol. seem to have a bit of a right note on this one. Many thanks for the review.


666rebel666rebel

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 10, 2008

Wow

This song sounds amazing, the guitar, the drums, the bass.
You got it exactly right with this one.

Very relaxing.

Want more.


pitbulljones responds:

Thanks for the review. Appreciate the kind words. I reckon the track can benefit from a bit of mastering, There's quite a bit going on in the mid section (eq wise) which muddies things up a tad. It definately has that relaxing vibe though, i agree. Glad you enjoyed and thanks for the review.


GnoStHGnoStH

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 10, 2008

:D cool

it was super cool :D
and relaxin :)


pitbulljones responds:

Thank you for the review, glad you enjoyed it.