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Aug 7, 2008 | 3:19 AM EDT
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3.9 MB
3 min 25 sec
Score
3.94 / 5.00

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Rated 3.94 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Rapid ambient music - no drones at this camp.

Reviews


zaonhortzaonhort

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love it

Great song. Really. Its actually very soothing in a weird sort of way it kind of reminds me when I was younger or if you were at a carnival. Good job! I love this song a lot.


SIDchip responds:

Cheers Zaonhort,

Thanks for the comment and rating, it's a love it or hate it sort of piece. It has that nostalgia thing going on for sure. Glad you liked it.

Sidchip


MurderistMurderist

Rated 5 / 5 stars

=O...

Modular synth at its finest. Seriously this is really good. I can see some major skill put in here, man. I put you as a favorite artist because of this. It's really amazing. Great job.


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SIDchip responds:

Buy that man a pint of beer!!!

Many thanks murderist, you the man.

:-)


Suspended-3rd-ChordSuspended-3rd-Chord

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Innovative?

Well, i kinda like this piece, some really interesting harmony ideas in here and it was pretty damn unpredictable, so I guess that's always good in terms of originality. but really, i personally wouldnt be able to remember any distinct melodical theme in this, and while the rhythm structure on the individual parts were catchy, the way they blend together makes the piece lack in that department. Really, i do love the outside artsy type of music but its hard to swalllow when it lacks direction...which up to the listeners interpretation. Feels too complex! haha

hah, i usually hate abrupt endings, but the part at 2:53 completely rocked, i love how you all of a sudden just introduced some of the dissonant chords in comparison to the light hearted and smooth and lush bits in the first part.

the choice of sounds was also very unique too....sounds NES era, yet it has a nice vibrance that sets it apart from sounding lo fi.

i might just not be sophisticated enough to like this (i like your earlier submissions much more). however this was definetly worth listening, very creative, reminds me a bit of jim ether's style, thanks for sharing :)


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SIDchip responds:

Thanks for your comments,

The truth is I'm always playing this one for friends and they want to kill me because they all hate it so much! hahaha

I think I like it because I programmed it based on pages of graph paper etc.. into Csound (which is probably why the sounds sound like they sound lol - I can get a bit retro sometimes)

I really like your comment heading 'Innovative?' haha very good question.

At the end of the day you'll not hear many pieces like this one (for good reason I suppose) I like it but I totally understand if it isn't everyones' cuppa.

Anyway thanks again and best wishes,

SIDCHIP


joeyturtlejoeyturtle

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Please stop.

I am musically challenged sometimes, but really?


SIDchip responds:

Haha,

You again joeyturtle!

Thanks for another scathing review!

:-)


hesopchoiehesopchoie

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good

I could imagine this used in an old timey type of flash. It should have some sort of rythme that you can feel. What was with that random change at the end? You should have switched between those two COMPLETELY. That should have been the main part. And you need to work on your trasitions.


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SIDchip responds:

Thanks for your comments hesopchole,

Seems like this kind of thing isn't your cup of tea, not to worry.

This piece is an exercise in losing the downbeat so to have put a breakbeat or something in there to emphasize the beat would have been good but quite boring and predictable for me. I forgot I left the second movement in there so thanks for reminding me. I'll perhaps take that bit out and submit it on its own.

Abrupt changes are the best if you ask me.

I'll admit this one is an all around outcast in the popular musical world. It is a musical representation of a Sudoku by the way.

Cheers again,
Sid