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Date
01/07/2013
File Info
Loop
6.1 MB
5 min 20 sec
Score
4.12 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.12 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Jazz
Tags:
pretty
guitar
relaxing
improvised

Author Comments

This was recorded in Five Towns College.

First we recorded the drums, and looped two sections for the final product.
Then, Corey improvised over them with rhythm guitar playing, and then again with a lead guitar style with a delay.
Later, I played a bass voice using a keyboard. Turns out Corey's guitar was actually out of tune so i had to tune it down, but it doesn't seem quite perfect...
Finally, I took it home and mastered it on audacity, added several effects as well: such as reversing the ending and putting it at the beginning, and some snare effect also...

Please enjoy this piece of pleasant music which i find surprisingly good for being totally improvised.

Reviews


Alpha-NuvaAlpha-Nuva

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a great relaxing kind of music. I was in kind of a bad mood and this just picked me up and calmed me down. I generally think of loops as shorter than 2 minutes, but I'll be looping this all day, I suppose.


piggemz responds:

lawl good to hearr, yeah i mean, the longer the better, less looping that way


PIED3PIED3

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the intro and I like how you have a sort of faux starting of the piece at 0:18 and then really kick things of at 0:27. The guitar that enters at 0:35 however sounds a little out of tune to me, might just be the choice of notes and the playing but it sounds pretty dissonant. The mixing is interesting, everything sounds very clear but the placing of instruments seems to switch around a lot. At times the drums are too quiet but at times too loud.
You can certainly tell it was improvised because the melodies are all a bit random and few seem to lead anywhere plus the playing is sloppy. The instrumentation is nice and full which i like but at times it seems a little crowded, again, that might just be the mixing. Nice chill atmosphere and interesting enough to keep me entertained for the full 5 minutes. Interesting ending.
In fact I sort of wish there had been more breakdowns and reversing/glitching throughout the piece. The structure is a little flat between the intro and outro. I think if you planned a piece out you could create something really great. Enjoyable regardless!


piggemz responds:

lol yess i forgot to mention, but now i'll add it, his guitar was out of tune by like a quarter tone or something, i had to pitch down the keyboard, but i dont think it was totally in tune... but yeah, this was a rushed project, and i just tried to make the guitars as loud as possible, so the other instruments' volumes changed consequentially. Thanks a lot pal, very kind wordzzz