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Dec 28, 2009 | 5:27 PM EST
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5.6 MB
6 min 6 sec
4.43 / 5.00

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Rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This song is dedicated and in loving tribute to my dearly departed dad. You'll be missed, pops.

+ R.I.P. Andy Durnford : November 11, 1950 - December 4, 2009 +

I started this song after returning home from Florida where my father had been staying. I gotta say, it's a relief to have a creative outlet such as music for helping to channel grief and the other miseries of life. I would definitely not feel the way I do about life if not for my music.

I got the intro and chorus/verse done before I left for a vacation to St. Maarten and created the bridge and fleshed out the rest of the track when I returned, more relaxed and not so crazy. This is probably my most full-sounding and properly eq'd piece to date. Have spent the past 2 days almost solid working on it to get it how I wanted.

Kinda sad, but uplifting melody -- definitely catchy though. :d As usual, made entirely in Reason 4.0.The intro is definitely daft punk influenced though I came up with it quite by accident when I was messing around with the sequencer in Thor.

The two organs are courtesy of the Electro-Mechanical Refill pack that's currently free for download for registered Reason users on the propellerheads website -- it's sick! Tried a little something different with the drums this time, I'm loving rex files.

As usual, please rate/review/enjoy. :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice job!

I loved the guitar! I wish I had a guitar vst like this one. Mine sucks :(. I have realstrat... pretty sucky. A perfect song to hear while driving at night. Great job! :)

durn responds:

:) Thanks Dr-Slump. It's one of the Reason standard NN-XT patch, the Strat+Trem, routed through the Thor for a more interesting filter automation during the bridge.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


have to agree with zekee even though it wouldnt be my first choice of style this is an amazingly polished sounding track with hints of daft punk


durn responds:

:) Thanks Fums. I tried hard to get the sound crisp on this one. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Incredibly well done. The mastering and overall sound that is going on indeed sounds professional. I really love the organs!

Great job with this one, and i have to say Im very sorry for you dad, I can only imagine how it feels..

durn responds:

:) Thanks zekee.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Sounds like pretty chill track to ride around town it.

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durn responds:

Yeah, nothing like the open road as a sign of freedom. :) thanks for the review, AM!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

reminds me..

of some funky jazz song. but its modernized, and the quality is great. Im a fan of paned effects and damn do the sounds fit together well. sry bout ur dad bro, i know what ya feel like. peace! ~20systemsdown

durn responds:

:) thanks man. glad the panning didn't go unnoticed. :D