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Chillout/Nu Jazz/Fusion, 3:30

This piece can only be properly appreciated on a large or medium-sized boat drifting by the coast, with a good subwoofer and exotic drinks immediately available.

note: if I were going to pick out the 30 seconds of my music that I'm most proud about, it would probably be 2:00 to 2:30 in this song. Not because of the sounds or the melodies, but how I set up the awesome cadence around 2:28. It's something I've had inside my head and tried to use it for a long time, and I finally managed to pull it off with this song.


Techincal Fault - please stand by

This is the sort of tune that you would expect to hear when someone makes a mistake in the booth on a TV show, then everything seems to stop working. It's like a case of the following:

"Go to commercial!"
"But wee can't, the button doesn't work"
"Well, we've got one option left *opens case for red button* Let's put the jazz on."

Of course, this piece of music would have to be calming, because if you played heavy metal for something like that, the viewer would be likely to throw the TV out of the window, or something similar. I love the way that you've captured the light and airy feel of what this sort of piece requires.

I love the bass guitar in this, as it's the defining piece of the track, as you can hear how it carries the track into the synths nicely, but it seems to me to be the constant force throughout. Perhaps you could increase the volume of that bass slightly, but other than that, it's a great part.

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Buoy responds:

I love the idea of tv studios having large, red "commercial" and "jazz"-buttons, just like music studios have big red "auto-tune" and "good"-buttons on the wall (100% true by the way). Thanks for the review, and sorry for being a wee bit late with my response :)

Too bad I don't have a boat :(

Yeah, I don't have a boat plus it's pretty cold here now, so I wouldn't want to drift by the coast right now anyway. But this song still sounds very nice and amazingly smooth here at home. :)

The only suggestion I can give is to make this longer. Or maybe you could just try to let the whole song loop.

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Buoy responds:

That's great! Now just imagine how awesome it would be on a boat ;)
I'm a bit opposed to looping songs, cause people usually don't listen to music in a loop like that.

Thanks much for the review!

Really good man :D

It's so smoothhh ahhhhhh....

Buoy responds:

Hey thanks in a bunch!

smoke something on this.

probably some ganja , perfect .. just perfect .

Buoy responds:

Thanks man!

Groove On Baby

So chillax! Its like im just drifting away in the air wearing cool sunglasses, an afro, and Driving a 1970s car. Floating past stars and some colorful blotches of ink in the sky. Then I get to a city in the clouds and drive through it. Its like a trip into the 70s.

Right on! *too bad i never experienced the 70s... or even the 80s cough*

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Buoy responds:

I thought you were like, dead by now? :)

And don't worry, I haven't experienced the 70s or 80s either, which is why this piece is inspired mostly by... music from the 90's. hah. Thanks for the review!

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4.34 / 5.00

Nov 25, 2009
8:33 AM EST
File Info
6.3 MB
3 min 28 sec

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