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Date
07/22/2010
File Info
Loop
667.8 KB
43 sec
Score
4.03 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.03 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Jazz
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Author Comments

Done in about 3 hours with the help of The-Hobo-Dude, who helped me on the drums and bass line, and who is currently working on some lyrics.

Gears used:
-Sibelius 1.4 (Composition)
-MIDI to MP3 Converter (Conversion)
-Cool Edit Pro 2.0 (Equalizing and editing)

Cheers,
Samuel Hébert

Reviews


RoryRory

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 27, 2010

Rather nice

The intro was okay, I mean, It was just there, It didn't do a whole lot for me, but being as it's a loop, It's perfectly fine, I just wish it would build into something.

The drums parts were perfectly fine, they were a little hard to hear, and to be completely honest, rather bland, but apart from that, they were completely fine, and did their job of keeping the song on pace and on track.

The bass wasn't really to my taste, It was rather clunky feeling, It sort of worked with this quality, but I feel changing the tone of the bass would make for a much smoother experience, and just make the song more pleasant as a whole.

The horn section could be better, It sounded incredibly synthesised, these parts are somewhat of a minefield, you have tot hink about the particular dynamics of the instrument you're trying to mimic, you wouldn't here a flute using barré chords, so don't play them as part of a midi piece (That was just an example) Not only that, I feel that section should have been longer somewhat.

As a loop, It works to a certaine xtent, you really need to fix the timings on it, so it loop properly.

~Review request club~


camoshark responds:

Thanks for the premature review!

I don't really want some hints about my audio (thought it's always nice), I'd rather here some comments about the song itself, its content and structure, and everything.

I actually like the bass, except for the synthy part. I feel that the popping in the sound helps define the note, as opposed to the other bass saound I was previously using.

Of course the horn section's sounds need work, but then again, they always need work, so I dont really mind...

Thanks again!

Cheers,
Samuel Hébert