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GT- The World is Blind

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Credits & Info

Date
09/20/2012
File Info
Song
12.6 MB
5 min 31 sec
Score
4.55 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.55 / 5 stars
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611 Plays | 41 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Miscellaneous
Tags:
experimental
abstract
subliminal
immersive

Author Comments

The song 'The world is blind' is saying in a non-chronological order:

''Grow, grow, grow...''

''You have to go back.''

''Can.. you hear it..?''

''Slipping away...''

''They are coming for you.''

''Surrounded by darkness...''

''They know... you are here...''

''Breaking away, from lies.''

''The world is blind.''

''Fuck your rainbows.''

Reviews


SkyeWintrestSkyeWintrest

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 14, 2012

Bloop! This sounds pretty darn cool. I wonder why it's called The World is Blind. There's a lot of meaning that could be taken from it.

The Good:
-I love all the effects and pads you have throughout this, they really create a massive and immersive atmosphere. (yeah I'm being lazy and saying that as a blanket statement rather than being specific)
-Like the distortion on the drumset coming in at 1:45. It sounds very cool.
-Oh my gosh that guitar at 2:05. RHYTHM GUITAR YES. I approve of this.
-Choirs at about 3:20. Very nice. The synth coming in after that sounds pretty good as well.
-I like the break for the voice at 4:22.

The Not-So-Good:
-It's a bit difficult to hear the drums coming in at 0:46, they're WAAAAAAY in the background.
-The way it transitions at around 1:15 seems a bit awkward, the electronic effects don't meld well. It sounds a lot more like you spliced two ideas for tracks together.
-Actually, most of the transitions are fairly awkward/sudden, as if you didn't quite know what to do to make it smooth.
-The instrument coming in at around 1:54 sounds off-key compared to what came before it.
-Not sure about the hip-hop beat at around 3:32 or the dubsteppy bit starting at 3:37.
-The dubsteppy bit gets a bit overly repetitive.
-Also about 4:22, I think it would have been nice to work that into the song by gradually bringing the music in behind it. As it is, the music kinda just suddenly jumps back in with another awkward transition.
-The outro sounds pretty much like you didn't know how to end it so you decided just to give one big chord and end.

Overall: This is pretty nice - The production value is pretty much top-notch. Unfortunately, I feel as if you focused too much on the production and let the composition fall by the wayside. Remember, both of them are important! Transitions are particularly one of my favorite aspects of music, so that was fairly disappointing to hear. :(

-Swint