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Mar 23, 2009 | 12:39 AM EDT
File Info
2.4 MB
1 min 46 sec
3.77 / 5.00

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Rated 3.77 / 5 stars
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544 Plays | 55 Downloads
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Author Comments

I looped this one. I used a compression preset for maximum volume with saturation, let me know if you hear clipping, I went for loudness not dynamics. Also let me know if you think the lead keyboard is too loud, I considered rendering this again with it quieter but decided against it.

This is the first piece I mastered in any sort of way, I need to get around to compressing my other pieces.

I couldn't think of a name for this song all day and when I came home and listened to it again all I could think was Untitled 6. So here it is, awkward name, but whatever, I might rename it some day. Lots of instrumental bass!

Anyway, listen and enjoy.
(Thanks for the name inspiration, InvisibleObserver)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I feel...

Cool for knowing a guy that can make awesome music. :D I only wish I could do the same, but whatever.

Anyway, I like it, overall. There's a few things that you could change, but the person below me pretty much said them all. Just keep up the good work and whatnot. Looking forward to more. :3

You should totally make me a song. No joke.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Are you the mystery Lucky Charm?

Real cool down-tempo song.

Overall mastering is really solid, all you need to do is up the drums a bit, and add dynamics to them so it flows without the fear of being repetitive.

Guitar plucky sound I think could use a bit of modulation so it is perceived to be ever changing, which will in a way distract from the fact it is playing a very simple melody. Do what I do and add dual filters, reverb, flange, on-off chorus and stuttering effects, cause that always spunks things up.

Loops nicely which makes up for the shortness of it.

Enjoyed the drum work at 1:05ish.

As for naming it, sometimes I come up dry too, I get how it is, but get a name for this soon, something deep and meaningful like "Homo-Erotic Leprechaunic Tectonic Hunger Strike" or "Thistle and Children". Or more seriously (not that the first two weren't) "Unshared Contemplation". I find this song has a sort of inward awareness to it.

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Neurotangent responds:

Edited this piece with some changes, thank you for the helpful review. :)