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Sep 7, 2009 | 6:23 AM EDT
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5 MB
2 min 46 sec
2.88 / 5.00

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Rated 2.88 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This song shall be the first in a collaborative effort between myself, and my exceptionally talented vocalist room mate. While I'm happy with this first version of the song, I do not feel that the end result is yet at hand.

I will post the polished rendition from our group account when we have had the time to A. Record, edit, and sequence the guitar section B. Remove some of the distortion on the vocals and C. Clean up some of the programming clutter (mostly the piano and first 32 bars, which in all honesty is a cut and paste disaster). Until then, please feel free to enjoy (or hate) the concept.

Thematically, this song is about a city or something. Like that sort of deal. You know what I mean. Its influences are derived mostly from Jesus, and the Beatles and those guys who do music and stuff like that. I saw District 9 in theatres a few weeks ago. Man that was a blast!! hahaha. Okay bye.

Vocals recorded using a Shure SM57
Scratching recorded using a Technics M3D
All sequencing conducted with Reason 4
Mastering conducted with Sound Forge 9




Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting Trip Hop Alternative experIment...

I thought the beat was maybe a bit too compressed, but otherwise, the vocals are well mastered to not overpower the backing in the track. It's very ambient, until the scratching comes in, at which point (while the scratching was well executed) I thought I was sitting somewhere between alternative and Trip Hop, without being able to make my mind up as to which I was listening to. As an experimental track I thought this was well mastered and well executed, but I also feel like it might have benefited from a slightly more varied piano riff.