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Apr 19, 2006 | 11:45 AM EDT
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1.9 MB
2 min 6 sec
Score
3.57 / 5.00

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short tune i made a long time ago, chilling, just 4t id put it up, review n vote pls. ta

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G9G9

Rated 3 / 5 stars

"...presents a Summer-like peace."

pitbulljones:

Simply said, of all the tracks you submitted to the g9core.com Audio Podcast, this is my least favorite. To be honest, sorry. While a bit loud, this track definitely presents a Summer-like peace that is seldom found on any other track in the Audio Portal. From the interesting percussion lines, to the repetitive guitar line, this song is quite unique in itself. There is an instrument that adds the "Summer flavor", but I can't recognize it. Good job, nevertheless.

-Proudly played on the g9core.com Audio Podcast Episode #3-



neighborhood-plasticneighborhood-plastic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

tens across the board.

this is an amazing song, i wish you made it longer and really blew it up.
good job, brah.


pitbulljones responds:

I'm digging these short revies NP. The track was intentionally meant to be really short. Usually i'm a nine minute wonder so i restrained myself and tried to make a piece that was accessible for both the audience and me. I think i did okay. thanks again. pitters


TimeBenderTimeBender

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Five...

I mean it, this has to be the one of the best songs I've heard on NG. It could have been longer though, but in the 2 minutes or so that it served it did well. I loved the gutair, everything went so well together, put together so nicely.
9/10
By what means was this made?


pitbulljones responds:

Cheers ATP, alwaysnice to get a review. and i doubt it's one of the best, you aint been looking hard enough thats all lol. the track is intentionally short, which is a change for me usually i'm a ten minute wonder. the guitar is simple notes all on the e string with hammer ons, all reversed and applied with a lush delay, the drums are done in fruity loops, with a reverb/delay on the snare, but everything else was done in my sequencer of choice Cubase SX. i never use anything else, even FL is rewired into it. and thanks for the five. you've got some good stuff yourself mate.


TriskeleTriskele

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Win's right

This sounds a lot like Sigur Ros, but it remains so original. Great beats man, really fascinating stuff, and the synthy stuff works perfectly with them. It's just...wow. It's just insane. Fan-diddly tastic work on this my friend.


pitbulljones responds:

Cheers Glaisne, i got hold of sigur ros' albums the other week and after listening i have to agree, it does sound like em, which is strange considering i'd never listened to em when i made this. it's all very simple work on this, plenty of delays and reversed guitars, becomingmy trademark.

keep a coming a back, you know you want to.


WinTangWinTang

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesome.

Great job on this! Reminds me of Mogwai and Sigur Ros a lot (hopefully you consider that to be a good thing). I love these reverse effects. A whoppin' 5 man.


pitbulljones responds:

nice one mate, nice one. that is a compliment i take very highly, and i'll wear that with pride, n a lil trick with the reverse effects, a tip i picked up a while ago, reverse your track eg the guitar on this, apply a lush reveb with early reflections, then reverse your track again so u hav reverse reverb, the affect is really good on guitars, synths, strings and vocals. u can also apply fx as the same way. anyways thanks for listening.