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Studio recording of Somewhere brought to you by DJ Caution in preparation for the Warehouse Project, Fall 2010. Any distortion during play back is due to bass amplification.
U ROCK :D
I agree with everyone else.
I liked the start, but then it got kinda too spastic. What DAW do you use, because you can eliminate the need of amplifying by doing it in the DAW.
Yeah, it's called Gabber/Hardstyle & the amplification is because it's a live recording. Equipment: 2 x Technics SL1210Mk5G
1 x Formula Sound FF6000
2 x Stanton 500 V3
1 x Numark HF125
Just to let you know...
I was the absolute first to vote this. I go at the back of list for good songs. i voted a five for you. Its ok if u dont beleive me. but it said 0/5.00 if u were wondering. yeah nice job. sorry i forgot to reveiw.
Well you've not sent me hate mail so i believe you =]
Pretty good song
However i have to agree with the reviewer below me i see the differences of the mood from the beginning with the vocal parts to the middle which just becomes beats and rhythms although vocals are sang then you can hardly hear any vocals at All. I hope a remake is made, and if you can make it one mood throughout the whole song would just make it ever so better. Still (as it just said in the song) "keep on trying" :D
This is a very short sample with one partial song sectioned out of the 3 hour event, which is to be played live this fall at The Warehouse Project.
Beginning Is The Best Part
Well unfortunately I have to be the buzzkill and be the first non-10 review. The portion with the vocals is excellent, and the vocalist is a very talented singer singing to a suitably-produced background. But after the vocal portion, it sounds like you went off and did your own thing which didn't match the mood that the beginning had established. The bass at the end is also too distorted for the average pair of headphones (I have a pretty good pair and it's still too distorted for my tastes). A key point to remember is that we can always explain our reasons for imperfections like distortion (you cited bass amplification), but the listener ultimately only cares what it sounds like and not the producer's reasoning behind it.
im afraid i couldn't help a live studio recording subtle enough for your head phones, this is in preparation for an event at The Warehouse Project this fall as noted in the description. The recording was made for the listeners at the event not the users of newgrounds if that is understandable?
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