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Venice (Work in Progress)

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Another song I have yet to complete, but I'm uploading it here so I can get some feedback on what I have so far. Inspired by Venetian Snares, even if it doesn't sound like it. The whole song is in 7/4 time, so it may sound odd, but I like this meter. It's not too odd after listening to it in almost every one of Aaron Funk's songs (Ven. Sna.) Feedback is appreciated.

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Venetian snares fan?

allrgiht gotta add you to my favorites man. I love anything off of Rossz Csillag Allat Sz├╝letett, if you havent heard that album check it out, so legit. This sounds pretty awesome man, yeah i can tell with the cymbals where your coming from ( i know your still working on it and probably aware of their interference with the synth) i cant wait to hear the finished version of this.


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Cutting-Christ responds:

Yeah, I love Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett. ^_^


It's diferent.

Never Heard anything like it... and to be honest... I find it strange. I'm honestly not fond of it to a high extent, just because the chimes and such give it a strange feeling. Doesn't match well with the drums imo, but apparently it's a 5/5 so I'm not voting... :O

Anyway, It seems you did a good job, but its not my style.
And that loud shrieking chime in the beginning annoys me...lol XD


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Listens
822
Votes
30
Score
4.28 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 4, 2008
7:02 PM EST
Genre
Miscellaneous
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Song
2.6 MB
2 min 16 sec

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