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Uploaded
Mar 30, 2008 | 3:03 PM EDT
File Info
Song
5 MB
3 min 41 sec
Score
3.92 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.92 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
669 Plays | 72 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - General Rock
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Author Comments

At long last, here this is.
Bluesy and Rocky, in B minor but with some definite energy waiting to come to the surface. Some big moments. Lots of layers. I'd suggest listening through.

Enjoy.

Hardware: Piano, Bass Guitar, Guitar, Synthesizer, Drum Machine
Software: Synth Pads

Reviews


loogiesquaredloogiesquared

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

-.-)=b

i like it, but this song is too soft on volume and the melody needs to be MUCH lowder.


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kevs91 responds:

There's little I can do at the moment about the volume...but I know that most of my tracks are too quiet. And I think I know what you mean by when the melody needs to get louder...like the individual parts of the different melodies that shine through to really form the song's melodies should be emphasized in the mixing, and I'll definitely keep that in mind while I'm working on the next one. Thanks for the review.


alix1alix1

Rated 3 / 5 stars

good...

... it was really good seeing that you recorded all this yourself but a couple of the bass notes were cut a little short. that made it sound a little sketchy. but all around it was pretty good.


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kevs91 responds:

Alright...I think the guitar is really the main offender of that here, but I certainly get your point.

Thanks for the review.


RyeGuyHeadRyeGuyHead

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Gladly

It sounded a lil bit off-time, but its obvious you recorded so I give you props for that. The piano was the main feature in this song, but it got really repetetive. At the end around 3 min, you definatly need to improvise on the melody. The bass showed the most diversity in the beginning, and played straight quarters for the rest of the time. Its alot easier to move the song around with a diverse bass. The drums had a lot of power at certain points in the song.

I think I was most fond of the pads and effects you had in the quiter sections. The sound quality of the guitar was lacking, some notes ended aburptly and were off-time. Nice use of panning throughout the song. The synth hits at the end were pretty sweet too.

Gotta run! Peace


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kevs91 responds:

Yeah, I think it's pretty clear here that I still can't really play guitar. But after so many takes, I ended up taking it as long as it sounded good, which is probably awful laziness, but I hadn't finished anything in a month and I really wanted something that I could listen to through and feel like it was complete.

I never really considered the piano to be the main feature of the song, and I know it gets repetitive, so I could definitely change that up.

Thanks for the great review.