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Aug 1, 2009 | 6:41 PM EDT
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7.3 MB
6 min 25 sec
4.29 / 5.00

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Rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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10bpm, written in 128th/64th/32/16th/8th/qu arter/etc etc notes.

Nearly all FL basics. Only one effect modulator VST was used that doesn't come with the FL package.

Very pleased with the mastering, wrote this while at a cottage in Quebec over the course of a few days, about 20 hours or so of time spent on it.

None of it was left to random chance, its all very much intentional.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

u live in quebec?

The title to me has nothing to do with the song except that it is slightly slower than your other songs, thats the only thing that is "sluggish" to me. The song sounds so mysterious like you are in a warehouse walking along at night and then something jumps out of the depths and it's YOUR GRANDMA!!! O_o she's like "would u like some cookies little boy?" and u run like hell away...

I DO know that I am random on ALL of my reviews... but thats just me for u O_o

InvisibleObserver responds:

I tend to make sense when dealing with the general populous. I often pretend I'm Frasier for the television show "Frasier".

I don't live in Quebec, I just wrote the song in a forest IN Quebec.

Reasoning for being called Slug had to do with the pace in which my day of return home loomed.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This song is quite the mood-setter, a surprisingly beautiful cacophony. I somehow find melody through all the dissonance...

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InvisibleObserver responds:

I should hope you find melody, I spent time writing one. :P


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

ya know

i thoroughly enjoyed listening to this, and being an FL user myself i could definitely tell those were good ol basic sounds lol!!! touche' tho man, job well done

InvisibleObserver responds:

I think its really neat that despite being all but one effect FL-basics, it doesn't have that "FL" sound to it.

Obviously you can pick it out, but had this not been posted on NG, say in a hypothetical world, you heard this on a radio, a lot of FL users would be like "Huh that sounds familiar, but I can't place my finger on it..."


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice.

As per usual, great song, neat for 10bpm haha. Eeiree piano sounds do it for me, and great FX all the way through. Great listening experience, had to listen a few times =) can tell you put a lot of effort into it! (If you didn't, then good job on giving me that impression. Lol.)

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InvisibleObserver responds:

Lot of effort imput on this one, most of my longer songs have kajillions of FX dynamics and things that are difficult to notice without having heard a version without them. I spend a lot of time working with minute details.

Also the piano/orchestral hit melodies are all like 5-8 note chords, which is a bit tricky to do, while working in a bassline.

Go go FL-core.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this walks the line

walks the line of falling apart and being a dirty, beautiful track. and it walks it with such style and glory, god this is good

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InvisibleObserver responds:

Me and the line go way back, we often bump elbows.