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4.1 MB
2 min 59 sec
4.29 / 5.00

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Rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

A Knight's Journey.

Essentially a part 2 to 'Rain' (...but you don't have to listen to that [EDIT: I recently improved 'Rain', so actually, yes, go listen to that]). Lyrics are also loosely inspired by 'A Horse With No Name'.

Thanks, in advance, for the listens.

(Edit: The song originally had buried vocals, and I've re-uploaded the song file a couple of times after having revised them. Hopefully the correct version now plays.)

Update: June 13, 2012 - Re-recorded the verse.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really like the jingly things at the beginning. The synth playing the chords sounds real nice. The drums work well with the track. I'm not an expert on rap, so I don't know how to critique your rapping. I can say it's definitely NOT buried. Good mixing. By "A Horse With No Name" do you mean the song by America? I never heard it; I just googled it and it came up. Might be interesting to listen to. Nice work - cheers!

Wolfie responds:

Thanks for checking this out!

I'm glad you like the production. And about the rapping, I agree with others, that I could use work. So I went ahead and re-recorded this (and the rest of my songs). I'll be re-uploading them over the weekend, for sure. I find them to be an improvement. And yes, that's the song I was referring to. I thought it was a good song, and I liked the lyrics, so I kinda used some lines in my verse. It's a nice song, I think you might like it.

Thanks for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool. I like the laid back style of your voice, but you almost sound like you're holding back or changing your voice or something. I can clearly hear everything you say so don't get me wrong when I tell you to speak UP! Your flow is nice I just need to hear that ENERGY!

Wolfie responds:

Thank you for your review!

It's funny that you say that. On another song, a reviewer mentioned that there seemed to be a lack of enthusiasm in my vocals, so while recording this song, I tried to give my vocals a little more 'umph'... But I guess I really didn't do much, huh? =\... Are the vocals not good enough the way they are? Would more energy take away that "laid back" feel? (If you can answer, I'd be grateful, but you don't got to if you don't want to).

However, I can assure you that I don't change my voice when I record, and I don't hold back, either (at least, it doesn't sound/feel that way to me).

I appreciate you taking the time to review, and I'll try my best to bring in more energy on my next song. Thanks!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

What a quandry. I love the track, and your vocals are even okay, but the actual recording quality of your vocals is just, not great at all. I don't know what you're using to record those lyrics of yours, but it sounds pretty sub-par. Which is just a damn shame, because other than that, I love this song. Even with the lackluster vocal quality, I would suggest turning up the vocal track anyways, it's drowned out by the instrumental.

Wolfie responds:

Thank you for giving this a listen, and thank you for taking the time to leave a review!

I'm sorry the vocal quality didn't sit well with you. I've always been satisfied with my microphone, and to me, the recording quality has always been good (or at the very least, acceptable), so I'm not sure how to respond =\. Still, I appreciate you bringing it to my attention, and I do want to improve, so I will see what I can do to better the vocal quality.

I'm glad you were at least able to enjoy the instrumental, so that's something! =)

Thanks again, Dosko, for your review. I really appreciate it.