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Cyberpunk Albert Stroller

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May 15, 2017 | 5:55 PM EDT
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9.7 MB
4 min 16 sec
4.49 / 5.00

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Rated 4.49 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is an instrumental I was working on as part of a favour for a friend. The final version will sound similar, but there's gonna be one big difference and I'm not saying what it is. Somehow this originated from a James Taylor song.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

At first I couldn't tell where this instrumental was going but once the "Euphoric pad" was added (at 00:12) it really got things going. It is one of my favorite sounds which went really well with the bass line.

At about 01:00 the new pad added there feels like it conflicts with some of the tones from the pick sound, and I feel is hurting this. Lowering the volume could be the solution but it's overpowering it for me. I'm not the most familiar with cyberpunk so it could be different)

Overall I'd give this a higher score because multiple times I found myself bobbing my head the the beat.
parts 00:25-01:00, 01:49-0:2:12, and 03:00-3:23 (absolutely my favorite part) were sections I really liked!!

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Kalviter responds:

I'm really glad you like it, and I do agree about the higher pad clashing somewhat with the pick (although it is deliberately a little bit noisy so idk how much I can actually do to fix that). I like the name for the pad, I've never figured out what to call it myself.