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Uploaded
Apr 25, 2008 | 9:34 PM EDT
File Info
Song
3.8 MB
2 min 48 sec
Score
3.87 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 3.87 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
589 Plays | 83 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Miscellaneous
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Author Comments

Well, it's been awhile. This has taken longer than I would've liked, but it's been worth it. The result is something that's a big departure from more recent stuff: Catchy, very danceable, but still deep with a lot of texture. Just close your eyes, put on some headphones, and listen (or whatever). A nice thing now that Spring is here...feels appropriate.

Enjoy.

Recorded from piano, bass guitar, drum machine, and synth keyboard.
Some synths are software, too.

Reviews


OddlerOddler

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Was ok

This track is noticeably lower volume than maybe what it should be. Then again you could maybe have consciously did it for an effect since it does feel very soft sounding. The visual of Downy blankets come to my mind lol.

It's an OK tune and I don't really have any complaints.

Question...what program do you use to create your music?


kevs91 responds:

The volume is something I'm still trying to solve- when I record something (piano, for example), there's a limit to how loudly I can record it without very noticeable static and distortion popping up. So there's a max volume I can have that at, then I have to mix around that so it's still noticeable in the track and still fits with everything else, which means everything else is soft as well. I have a fade in at the beginning in the hope that people will turn it up louder than they normally would because the beginning is so quiet, and then when it gets to the actual volume the track is at it will be loud enough.

I use Garageband, and it's fine for what I do- mostly recordings, and then there's enough customization for the software stuff and the 3rd party synth things I use to make it not lame, as one would expect from a program that most people don't really know how to use correctly.

Sorry for the essay in response, and thanks for the review.