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A MEGAMIX fusion of 3 songs - Paradise on E - Ecstacy in Paradise & Power of Pleasure

slightly more vbred version - it wouldn't let me upload an identical song to the portal - bastards. I'll prolly change it later with a more high res. - done!

Paradise on E Original: /audio/listen/26209
Ecstacy in Paradise Original: /audio/listen/336839
Power of Pleasure Original: /audio/listen/129637

Enjoy! Also this song is extended from the origianl - so just when you think it's gone - BOOM! It revs up again.. and then.. when you think it's done AGAIN - BOOM! Revs up one more time with a key shift - OMG TEH MADNESS! :p

This song is a collaboration of me and B0UNC3 you could say - since I used elements of his original Paradise on E. This is also submitted under our collab account - ChRoN0uNc3 - you can hear it here: /audio/listen/374634

*EDIT* converted to 432hz for truer sound



Rated 5 / 5 stars December 4, 2010


FANTASTIC song! Just brilliant!

Chronamut responds:

go check out my other stuff - i have almost 300 songs! :D

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars December 1, 2010

I was going to leave the site to review another...

...but I couldn't. I keep keeping myself from actually clicking the back icon while listening to your music. Now, since I'm stuck here I thought I might as well write a review. I generally like the song VERY much, and I can't see many ways of improving it. One thing I personally could miss though, was the ability to loop. You might want to consider that next time, as I care to believe most of us listen to one track while doing something else, which means it should be able to just roll in the background without having the break that it has now when you try to loop it. But hey, this IS supposed to be an actual song and not just a loop, so you get a 10/10 from me.

Thanks for producing this! This goes on my favorites,

Chronamut responds:

as far as I know you cannot NOT make a song loop on here.. so you'll just have to press the stop button hehehe :)

but hey glad you liked it man :)

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars November 29, 2010

Only +0.0038 :\

The dynamics are great on the bells. You make them sound more realistic than some people do, considering a fade is how bells work in real life when you hit them. The tempo changes are also nice. The variation altogether is quite good, although I must say I did "grow up" with Paradise on E (Final?) (After all, it was the first I heard, and when you listen to a new song a lot, hearing a different version kinda sounds wrong, although they are still good xD)

In essence, if you listen to some other song first, then listen to a different remix of it all you can do is compare as to how the first was "better" despite the fact the second may actually be the better one haha. This whole review a ton of songs thing will go a long way, so wish me the best of luck!

P.S. I'm going to need a checklist!


Chronamut responds:

hey man every little bit helps :)

and yeah the original will always be foremost in people's minds :)

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars December 5, 2010

great love it

but what softwer do you use and what vst`s

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Chronamut responds:

I use fl studio - no vstis were used for this - only ts404 and osc303. And a soundfont for the celesta - which so many of you mistakingly call "musicbox" :)

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars November 12, 2010

Great combo..

Yep, I somehow knew you would expand your 'ecstasy in paradise' concept more..
I realize one needs headphones to actually enjoy this properly, those who still listen to mono would see this as a mess of two different melodies.

I really enjoyed this song, the way the song transitions between the two paradise songs throughout.. But I think it's a bit too inclined to ecstasy in paradise, you seem to play the melodies from that first. =P

The panning effects are pretty good, but at some parts, I feel you overdid it, makes the song feel rather weird, as even in nature, both ears will still hear the same thing ultimately, but by panning sweeps and stuff to the far end of one ear, it sounds rather unnatural.

I feel at some parts, the sweeps are a bit too loud (1:28). I think it's something to do with the mastering, which seems to focus on clarity, and somehow boosts these frequencies up. I prefer if a song is mastered to sound more natural, rather than more clear.

Overall, I'm giving this a 10, for I always love paradise on e, and whatever versions of it that comes by. =)

Chronamut responds:

yes you are right - I tended to favour mine more - but that's mostly just because paradiseo n E soudns better as an ending melody than a starting one - mostly to do with the notes.

And yes, my mastering ALWAYS focuses on clarity - but you're completely right about that one sweep - it is too loud - and I may fix that one day - not sure why it's louder than the rest of the others - may have added an extra effect by accident..

as for the panning- yeah it feels werid - I think it helps if one has heard both paradises first - as it was intentionally made to compare the two :) - also I may have panned both synths a tad too far apart - I actually incorporated binaural stereo into this as I was working with so much in such tight quarters I needed space to expand out - so a lot of the melodies are actually set a bit farther back in your hearing spectrum - my crystal theme is set to pan in the front - while B0UNC3's is set to pan in the back - one reason you acn still focus on both and their frequiencies don't merge together. This whole thing very much stretched how much I could shove in and still have you be able to focus on every separate thing :)

also this doesn't actually sound too bad on speakers - but yeah.. as for mono - who know.. probably wouldn't sound very good- but who the hell listens to mono these days ;)

I may fix those cosmetic errors in the future - I may not - it seems to be pretty successful already :)

thanks for the review!