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Mar 28, 2009 | 3:29 AM EDT
File Info
Song
5.3 MB
3 min 53 sec
Score
3.18 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.18 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
578 Plays | 51 Downloads
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Author Comments

The original version of Strange Dreams came about from experimenting with combining classical loops with heavy drum beats. Version 2 added original guitar to the mix. This version (v3) , slowed down the tempo, added melodic guitar and original synths chasing the loops. Enjoy.

Comments are welcome and appreciated.
Rock the Vote.

Reviews


0SCUD00SCUD0

Rated 3 / 5 stars

on to something

somethings don't mix well...how great would it be then if you could mix them in a way that made them accent each other. some of the sounds are abrasive when together. however..the melody is epic. the guitar sells itself. you should try this again.


rebl responds:

Thanks! I usually jam things out for a while and then make a snapshot and stop before I screw it up. I'm glad that everyone has been so positive about my guitar, I've been practicing a lot more this year, and it's nice to hear it paying off. I have to redo this one anyway because I deleted a portion of it by mistake. I think i need to let it sit a while longer before I do the next version of it, but I'll start hashing out the harmonies now.


SREvolSREvol

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

There were a few things that clashed

Like the high pitched string sound that came in after a minute. Clashed a bit. Really nice guitar though hey, self composed?


rebl responds:

Guitar is written and played by me, as is the "high pitched string sound',(can't remember what kind of synth that was) along with a lower bass synth in few spots. Rest is loops from Logic Pro. I'm glad you liked the guitar, I don't actually play lead style guitar very often, and it was fun to freestyle it in as the last track and let it make a place for itself without overpowering the rest of the composition.