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Jul 28, 2015 | 5:05 PM EDT
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18.3 MB
8 min 0 sec
4.00 / 5.00

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Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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410 Plays | 16 Downloads
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While I was listening and creating this, I could visualize a woman figure and water. "Water Girl" and "Water Girl at the Beach" weren't suitable titles, so I decided on the title you currently see.

The vocal stuff is reeeeally nice. I like everything about this track.

I used HP Music Maker on this. When making epic tracks like this, it takes timing and knowing when to change keys and insert and take out certain things to make it the way you want it to. Also, there's of course balancing the volumes. This took two days to make.

I had to dim down some of the drums towards the end after hearing my first attempt on this project, because the snare pound beats were too loud. I also switched it up some on the reverse piano FX.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ooh, I like the reverse effects, especially as the bass and percussion come in. It's a relaxing groove, plenty of sweet paddage going on here. Waiting for techno, though. Right now, I'm not sure what genre I'd call it. The vocals are perfect. Don't usually hear live vocals on NG -- if they are live, that is. I generally don't ask. They sound live, which is nice. Maybe add some reverb to them. They sound just a little bit flat compared to the rest of the track's floaty chords.

Half through and I'm really enjoying this. Definitely not techno by this point, though. Maybe cinematic. Or ambient. The distortion around 6:20 is very nice. Snare around 7:00 is a little flat. Could use a tinge of reverb or delay. Bass is lovely. Overall, no real mixing problems, and everything fit together perfectly. Could have used a fade out rather than an abrupt cutoff, however.

Great work!

SilverFoxJams responds:

Yeah. It's not exactly very ambient. It's kind of intense for that, so I'll change the genre to Cinematic.

Yeah I probably could end that better. Reverb on the vocals? It's possible. Reverbing the snare? No prob. That could be done. Eventually I'll make a Water Goddess 1.2 :) Thanks for the tips and feedback!