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(_RGH_) Wisped Away (F777)

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Date
03/25/2009
File Info
Song
3.2 MB
3 min 32 sec
Score
4.11 / 5.00

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Genres:
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Author Comments

Submission for F777's "Feeling's of Music" contest.

I feel like im drifting off into a vast deserted wasteland. How does it make you feel?

Included some bongos in lieu of recent reviews as well as ambient pads/hip-hop beats/screamin leads

and much MUCH more

Enjoy :D

Reviews


TingleTingle

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 1, 2009

Legendary remixer!

You are a legendary remixer dude!

Look, the four videos that aren't mine are for you to do a remix about them, but first the first video's link, then, continue with the other three. Two of them are from an implosion at Ocoee, FL that happened on May 5, 2009 at 7:10 AM. It was closed for 11 years. These two you need to make a single remix about the two of them. The total of the two videos combined is 144 seconds, transform them into minutes and then, make the remix. When are you gonna finish my videos and the videos that aren't mine's remixes?


RyeGuyHead responds:

when i have y amount of free time


KingbastardKingbastard

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 1, 2009

Chilled...

Im a big fan of good ambient music for the very fact that it can transport you to somewhere else. This trk has all the right elements for a modern world music style of ambience. The production is nice n solid, the beats are electronic but earthy and the swirling synths pan around the head creating a nice open feel to the trk.
Some of the sounds used are not to my taste, I'm not a fan of that screaming lead synth at all, it's quite nasty sounding in an otherwise mellow trk, it's the pitch bend in it that clinches it for me:) I suppose it breaks up the mood, but then the trk fades where it might have gone on and developed into something a little harder/harsher perhaps?
Overall It's a really good piece of ambience, I think perfect for a role-playing game and as you mention in your description there is a definite feeling of drifting cross vast plains.
However If you are looking to make something more contemporary I would consider your choice of soundsets, as I think musically all the right pieces are here, but they need updating in places, mainly the synths I would say and I'm not a big fan of bongos in ambience either, personal preference:)

Good Stuff.

5'd


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RyeGuyHead responds:

Alot of the work on this track got short on acount of my computer not being able to play it through Reason at some points. I definitely plan on doing more with this later.

The fade with the lead melody at the end almost created a sense of anticlimax

Sooo glad you liked it :)


GraveyGravey

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 20, 2009

Interesting...

I like this. It has an almost windy quality, which is pretty intriguing really.

I like how every individual instrument really lives and breathes and the rest of the ensemble. There is nothing that really sticks out at all, besides the percussion. You did a very good job of mixing and mingling all of these sound together into a single cohesive unit. Very good job indeed.

The percussion is a lot of fun, and really groovy in certain areas. You did a great job with the percussion in just about every angle. Because not only were the beats groovy, but the percs themselves were rich and punchy. And that is something that a lot of people miss when working with their percussion.

I like how it fades out at the end. It never really ends, but rather just fades into the distance and melts into the distant scenery. A very nice visual in the end, and I like it a lot.

This is very unique my friend, very unique indeed.

5/5 and 10/10 overall. Great work here.

-Gravey-


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RyeGuyHead responds:

woot review

many thanks, many thanks indeed


thatcomposerguythatcomposerguy

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 17, 2009

great

*notes as I listen*

- Nice initial groove.
- Good pad work.
- Piano/bass are a great combo when the come in, very nice.
- Good panning.
- Diggin' the bongos.

Overall, great piece. 9/10, 5/5


RyeGuyHead responds:

I did some little tweaks with the bass once the piano comes in, really liked the way it sounded myself. I still feel like doing more with the bongos, but oh well.

Glad you liked it! :D


WhirlguyWhirlguy

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 14, 2009

Very calming

This song makes me think of a tropical, rather bewildered environment, close to the sea and at late sunset. The sky is dark purple and the sun red. A small beach is nearly visable through the dark contours of the voliage. It fits perfectly with this song in my opinion.

I love how calming this song is, it makes you feel so relaxed and comfortable. The tropical feel to this song is very refreshing and even though there are some leads in there, they just blend away in the atmosphere. The pads and percursion were especially nice to my ears, though there wasn't really anything I disliked. This song is trully unique. Nice one!


RyeGuyHead responds:

Splendid.

The build is not really complete cuz my computer is too slow to play it through Reason(it gets too epic)

I might put this one through a professional studio's mixer eventually.

We've all got our dreams...