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Stopover in a Quiet Town

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Mar 29, 2009 | 7:59 AM EDT
File Info
2.7 MB
2 min 25 sec
3.69 / 5.00

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Rated 3.69 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

Special thanks to Sawdust (http://sawdust.newground for helping make a small portion of this.



Rated 3 / 5 stars


I'm not seeing enough variation in here and it seems like the track needs to be EQ'd. One thing I noticed as well was the lack of connection between parts, it doesn't flow as well maybe as it should. Also some of the notes sound out of key at times and create a bit of dissonance. It makes things rather hard to listen to.

Overall, work on the flow of the song, eq it's warmer and not so muffled sounding, and try to find some different drum samples.. Maybe try connecting the different parts a little better and thinking them out a little more.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not too bad.

Rather repetitive throughout the entire loop. You did change it up a bit throughout the song, but you do change it up a little bit now and then. Probably just the same basic sound making it repetitive though. Even though I guess you do want a loop to be somewhat repetitive.

It almost has a sound to it that I've heard before, but I can't really put my finger on it. My overall impression of the song was it wasn't anything too great or exciting to listen to. Probably not something I would want to come back and listen to. Sorry for no tips on how to actually make it better though as I don't know much about the actual making of music.

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amador10 responds:

I made it as some sort of background music to some imaginary town. It's not actually supposed to be the song you would actually like to listen to over and over again, but rather to augment someone's experience while being in some place relaxing.

While I was making this, I was actually amazed at the sound itself. I just cannot find any way on how to improve it with new compositions and stuff (which is probably why I borrowed some notes from my man Sawdust). Anyways, thanks for the review.