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Dec 16, 2009 | 3:43 PM EST
File Info
Song
3 MB
1 min 19 sec
Score
4.02 / 5.00

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Rated 4.02 / 5 stars
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2,614 Plays | 74 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

One of my friends decided to challenge me to try something new. Thoughts so far? I'm definitely taking this farther. Some initial input on style would be great. Influences include Skillet, my electronic obsession, and my friend Tyler, who writes hiphop/rap tracks.

Reviews


wyldfyre1wyldfyre1

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

haah not really an ambient song but

For the most part its not really that bad, i can't really give it an 8 because its not finished though i'm enjoying where this is going. Its good that your trying new things as an artist as well that can be a hard and frustrating thing to do. All in all i'd say this is a pretty fun listen however just needs to be finished. Keep on it for sure buddy!

Wyldfyre1


ImperfectDisciple responds:

I guess it could...I kinda lost my "hope" for this one though. I've been working on other project that I'm enjoying more (finally, haha).

Thank you :)

-ImperfectDisciple


CoopCoop

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice sounding piece

I think that this is a nice;y balanced piece - perfect for ambience in all but one key area: It doesn't loop. If you take off those 3-4 seconds of silence from the end of the track, you would be able to loop it better, which makes for something a lot more useful to the wider world of people in the market for Ambient music.

I think that at the end of the day, this is a nice calm piece, that kind of rekindles memories of yesterday's trip to see Avatar, so there is some good company there. Flying over the forest canopy, or wandering through the forest in a serene setting like this can do wonders for the mind's eye.

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ImperfectDisciple responds:

Avatar was a fantastic film! Thanks for reminding me to get the soundtrack for that movie!

-ImperfectDisciple


HaggardHaggard

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's a good start

Starts off quite slow, but it gets better with every second the song plays. I really like the build up you have done so far.

However, I too think you should change the drums once the guitar sets in. Those very soft drums don't really fit together too well with the more hard sounding guitar.

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ImperfectDisciple responds:

Agreed on the drums. I'll have a friend help out there. :)

-ImperfectDisciple


dj-s-hdj-s-h

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

humm

The only problem with this song is the hip hop drums try a rock set. Very impersonal sounding.


ImperfectDisciple responds:

I totally agree. I want to put rock drums in there. I think I'll keep the hip-hop drums for the beginning and then bring the rock drums in. Thanks for the review :D

-ImperfectDisciple


thatguy669606thatguy669606

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice

This has a nice old school, melancholy hip hop feel, but you kept it modern at the same time. The intro kinda reminds me of Europe lol, but that's kinda cool too. But like the user below me said, great chord progression! I really like the guitar too, the intro to it could be a little more interesting, but once you get a real guitar in there I'm sure it'll take off. Other than that just work on the levels here, specifically the kick and the guitar as the kick is rapage and the guitar is very underpowered. But great job composing this, let me know when you finish this.
8/10
5/5


ImperfectDisciple responds:

Certainly will! Thanks for the review, very helpful. I'm sure the guitar level will be fixed once I get a real guitar, but I'll have to make sure the sound is still powerful. Last time I recorded guitar, I forgot to have a preamp mic and a line in so the sound would be more full.

-ImperfectDisciple