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Jul 23, 2011 | 6:42 PM EDT
File Info
6.6 MB
5 min 27 sec
4.28 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 4.28 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
432 Plays | 29 Downloads
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Electronic - New Wave

Author Comments

Recorded with my Yamaha MM6 and Logic Express, as part of my "Translucence" instrumental project. With guest guitar from my friend walker!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting piece of music!

I like how much variance you have in your songs, that is something I strive for as well, little to no repetition at all. But 30 seconds in, it is already tedious... That is just an overwhelmingly boring transition. 0:57 was a nice change. But just when I was getting tired of this song, 1:51 came along and was absolutely amazing! Then 2:27 was even better! The jazz soloing at 3:03 was brilliant! 3:40 to 5 minutes (worst part was 4:03; best part was 4:33 - sounds like "The Lost Sounds") was a little bit boring again, though... I really like a lot of the parts in this song. You are a talented musician! I think you just need to work on transitions and knowing when to cut out pieces of a song. All in all it some parts were very, very good... But in my opinion, this song would flow better if you cut out or replaced 0:30 to 0:57, spiced up 2:15 to 2:27, rearranged 3:40 to 5 minutes. The song still works without these fixes, I just think it could be a little bit better! Keep up the good work! I can see you writing some very powerful music!

stormalot responds:

Thank you veryyy much for so much feedback good sir! Im really glad you liked the variance in my music because that's mostly what Im going for: not really fitting into one genre. This was a song I wrote a couple of months ago so I can easily look back now and see what all I should have changed and you're completely right, it gets very repetitious at many places and I really should have structured it better, both of which are things I will certainly keep in mind when writing future pieces. Again thank you for the feedback my friend, Im so glad you enjoyed it as much as you did!