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Date
06/10/2011
File Info
Loop
2.7 MB
1 min 10 sec
Score
4.04 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Hi there, NG, glad to see you again!

An idea I had a few days ago, and I decided to write it down.

Feel free to Rate, Review, Comment and enjoy!

EDIT: On SBB's suggestion, I re-mixed and upgraded the bitrate of the song to 320kbps. I also made it loop better.

Gear used:
-Sibelius 1.4 (Composition and Editing)
-Reason 5 (Sequencing, Mixing and Editing)
-WAV/MP3 Converter (Conversion)

Cheers,
Samuel Hébert

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BuoyBuoy

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 10, 2011

man

most delicious bassline ever. Not very much else happening though. Doesn't feel like a complete tune at all. Needs some guitar rhythm track, perhaps a pad or keyboard thing for some whole note chords, and better mixing would help. And also since this is a 128kbps mp3 it sounds like cat poop. Submit a 320kbps version instead.


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camoshark responds:

Lol, thanks for the review!

I imagine it more as an atmospheric loop rather than a song, I want to incorporate it as a song at some point.

As for rythme guitar track, I guess you mean a fuller comping, because the lead you hear is guitar comping.

And now, for fuller chords, they're actually VERY complete (Fm9(b13) for the A form, and F#Maj7 for the chorus), maybe they're just not prominent enough, thanks for pointing that out.

Mixing and kbps, I'm not much familiar with Reason, so I guess I need to work on that. I actually did the mixing last night at 1 AM, so maybe I should re-check. I'll try to de-compress too.

Thanks again for constructive criticism, I thoroughly enjoy actually learning something from reviews!

Cheers,
Samuel Hébert