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Dec 2, 2011 | 8:08 PM EST
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Song
10.3 MB
4 min 32 sec
Score
4.10 / 5.00

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Rated 4.10 / 5 stars
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443 Plays | 22 Downloads
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Author Comments

Hey! This is a song which blends electronic elements with a live bass guitar. This piece was experimental with several effects new to us.

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Reviews


WinbletonWinbleton

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool!!!

Music Excelent =D



ochrenceochrence

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Idea sounds like Squarepusher...

I like how this sounds very unorthodox but pleasant at the beginning. You're building a soundscape that really works and I am enticed to listen to it. However, at :19, I feel like it temporarily goes flat and kind of repetitive. Still way better than I could do, though.
You have me interested again at :38. This is really good. Energetic and a little strange, and the bass fits right in, which is not what I was expecting from one recorded live. You did a good job minimizing any unpleasant room acoustics that there might have been there.
I enjoy the glitches in the beat by themselves at 1:16. You've got a great song here so far. And how it subtly builds itself back into 1:55 is good, too. After that, even the repeats of the parts were nicely made, with enough differences between them that you don't get bored. I liked the weird ending, too.
This is a great, nice downtempo song. The only thing I would do to it is to change up the synth at :19 a little bit. Other than that, though, you have just gained a new fan.


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RunningShadows responds:

I love squarepusher! And I can see some resemblance.

That's what we were going for- unorthadox, different, experimental yet refined and familiar. Yeah this song can get a bit repetitive. I'm glad you approve of the bass, getting it all to blend is my priority as I am still learning. It was recorded with a direct line-in so background noise wasnt an issue