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This EP is a bit more experimental than my other ones. I put into a lot of effort to make them sound like actual songs rather than tracks. I'm not quite sure what genre they all fall into, but if you look up Bonobo, his music was the style I was going for.
Lastly, this 5 song EP is selling for $1.50 because I'm feeling generous right now. :) Also, paypal deducts like .40 cents.
Please share my EP to everyone you know. I will love you forever! :)
I have a very soft spot for Creek Bed, although the bass in the main part was a bit too loud for my taste, especially since it's a simple and repetitive - speaking of which, Northern Walk's bass was even more overwhelming. Nice melodies in that one, though!
Ok....Blueberry fields is also a favorite. :3 I just like all of it. This style is something I can appreciate a lot.
Revelation is very pretty, even more so than Awakening!
Great job! :D
proceeding to keep this loveliness close
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At 6/3/13 09:23 PM, Cabbster wrote:
Also, I'd have to ask. Are the instruments live? What daw did you use?
There are a few instruments recorded live from random music people I know from my college over time. most of them are just samples though.
first three songs were made in Ableton, 4th song was made in FL, and the last was made in Logic.
I do understand that a couple of them seemed very short. That's because I was trying to write electronic music into a sort of "song" format rather than a track. so yeah. the more I start making music like this the more I'll get better at it, which means smoother transitions next time :)
special note: revelation was made when I was 15. teenage angst man. LOL
thanks for the awesome feedback man!
quick review, proofreading is for losers
all songs sound a bit empty, the mixing is perhaps a bit flat on the drums since at least the first few songs seem more rhytm-driven, some of them repeat a bit much and overstay their welcome, track sequencing is alright, some instruments sound awfully midi, song 4 is probably the best of the bunch, 5 is alright as well, you seem to have an awful lot of releases, why not make 1 really good one instead of like 10 ok-but-not-that-memorable ones? (guesstimate)
At 6/4/13 07:02 PM, lasse wrote:
:, you seem to have an awful lot of releases, why not make 1 really good one instead of like 10 ok-but-not-that-memorable ones? (guesstimate)
I'm just not that kind of guy that disappears for more than a couple months before releasing something.
made about $10 in sales thanks guys :)
however, for whatever reason band camp doesn't like sending money when a person buys it for less than $5.
makes no sense to me. x.x