It took me a while to realise your song was in 5/4, thought does it change to 3/4-5/4 at 1:36?
Anyways, the irregular time signature adds to the Pink Floydish feel. ;-)
P.S.The ending kind of sounds like The Dark side of the Moon, don't you think?
Thanx for review.
Actually the track is in the old 4/4 but the accents are changing (3+3+2) and that's making it seems to be 3/8 and 5/8. One of my favorite grooves.
I realized the "Pink Floydish feel" only when someone else pointed out in a review. Because of that I added a Hammond organ later (a virtual one).
Happy New Year !
Nice track, very good quality and nice composition (:
I just tried some new plugins and a new version of Mu.Lab (my main DAW), I consider that is quite good quality but I have much better ones ;)
i like it
sounds good man kind of pink floydy
Thanx man, it's a nice compliment to be compared with Pink Floyd :)
Very laid back.
I love the mellow sound of this track. Your samples are really good, wish I had some like those.
I can't really give you any crit since there's not much that's wrong with this. The lower end of the guitar's sound doesn't sound good though.
I have a question. How exactly do you setup your guitar/computer connection? I know you listed it on your description, but could you elaborate on that please? I just use plug in my guitar to my amp, my amp to my Lexicon box, and the box to the computer with a USB. I don't use an amp simulator.
Well, the good news is that you can have everything for free ;)
Percussion is made with Yellow Tools Independence Free, drums with Addictive Drums demo (only kick, snare, hi-hats and one crash) and for toms there is Kontakt Player Free. Bass with UVI Workstatio which is also free.
My guitar setup is much cheaper than yours, I have a fairly cheap preamp and from that I go directly in my soundcard. From there I put in my DAW all the rest of stuff (effects, amp, cabinet simulator).
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.