12th track of ENSC, another Easy Listening House song; I'm so close to finishing the album guys XD.
Okay guys, I admit. I have a chocolate powder addiction. I take like a scoop of cocoa powder (the kind you mix in milk ^.^) and then pour it down my mouth every minute or two. It's a lot of sugar but it's so good o.o This song has nothing to do with chocolate powder but I like the ambiance and the trend of the ENSC titles are getting longer,so yeah...
This is a pretty ambient song. I tried avoiding putting too much Instruments and noise to keep the cleanliness, but because of that, it came out repetitive. So to compensate, I have a little beep noise play as a melody and try to have my drums sound really interesting, so it kinda takes longer for the listener to pay attention to the drums than the actual melody, but I even had problems with the drums getting too repetitive. By having some of the hats to stop would lose the song's "fullness" and putting more drums to it would make the song to messy.. I really, REALLY loved the clean atmosphere so I just gave it up, so deal with it XD
Other than that thanks for listening. I respond to almost every review so leave one if you have something to say. Thanks guys.
[Very Important Note] I heard that the range between 2000Hz to 4000Hz are amplified to us humans so we can hear human voices or baby cries, which is why the sound of scratching chalkboard or sliding Styrofoam is so painful. Due to the nature of this song, there's going to be issues here. While I was creating this song there were issues mastering the bypassed piano, Reverb Pads and the sine pulses because different headphones and speakers amplify, weaken or don't do anything to those ranges. When I playback using different sound mediums like my Bose speakers or headphones, that range sounds really loud and annoying but other mediums sounds like it isn't even audible. I decided that I will master this song based on a pair of FLAT EQ headphones and I believed I did it well. So be careful you guys who uses "EQed" settings on their computer or headphones. Don't hurt yourself.