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Dec 17, 2015 | 11:27 AM EST
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Song
9.4 MB
4 min 6 sec
Score
4.38 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.38 / 5 stars
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612 Plays | 17 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Jazz
Tags:
progressive
tigran
subdivision
christmas2015

Author Comments

Composed by:

frootza (M)

~M.

@CamoShark you are a beast, never forget that dude. :D

*notes, I understand that this song clips. When I was working at the studio I had no way of checking volume levels or anything of that nature, and composed the large majority with my laptop's build in speakers.

Reviews


KunedKuned

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The start is confusing but then everything gets flawless and rhythmic, at the middle of this song i can feel like it teleports me into another time, a time of hapiness.

I confess i'm not keen of this type of music but this song is amazing.


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frootza responds:

Thank you Kuned,

Not to worry! Understandable, it is meant for a very narrow audience of listeners. I appreciate your critique!

frootza


TheDukesDepotTheDukesDepot

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I adore the first half of this. Almost a chaotic and calm thing going on. The second half I wouldn't really consider my cup of tea. Perhaps if the instrumentation blended a little better. I see from your description that you composed this song solely through your laptop's speakers, which perfectly explains why the instruments don't blend together as well as they should. Not exactly your fault if you can't hear all the frequencies you need to be able to hear. The overall feel of this gives me a freeform vibe. :D


frootza responds:

Yes! It is, however my live group (I play in a few) will be playing the later portion in full. FIrst I am helping expand the drip to the splash, then continue on towards other arrangements :) Thanks for the reply and honesty !


KwingKwing

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ough, my brain is breaking. Can't tell if off-beat or polyrhythm. I like the prog rock going on here though. Doesn't sound very Christmas-y other than a Charlie Brown-type intro. While this is totally my style of music I'm docking a point due to some inconsistencies. What starts off feeling like jazz gets almost angry and aggressive by the end. In four minutes you went from Quincy Jones to Meshuggah, what's up with that?


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frootza responds:

Thanks. Secret. Haha, I'll explain in a PM.

.M.


YeelpYeelp

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's a pretty good track. Everything flows nicely and works well with each other. There just isn't that awe - that style that really gets me flabbergasted. I haven't listened to Supercollide so I can't use it a reference when judging this. But even without listening to Supercollide - I find myself enjoying this piece.

It's definitely a good piece - congrats to all of you guys. I'm sure it was well worth the effort!
Cheers.


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frootza responds:

Get out!! Thanks so much dude!! I put so much work into this!

M.


LucidShadowDreamerLucidShadowDreamer

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is really cool!!!
It is very creative, and has a lot of incredible parts. Especially around the middle section, things start getting really awesome. Like, REALLY awesome :O
I was a bit sceptical at the intro, but when I got into it, I was pretty amazed. Wonderful job, all of you guys!!!


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frootza responds:

Thanks Lucid, your jazz chops are skyrocketing!!!

~M