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Overalacritic Funerals

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This song has two phases
start - 2:20 : Depressive/Gloomy part
2:20 - end : Energic/frisky part

I think that, without knowing, I roughly made a song on the five stages of death (http://en.wikipedia.org/
wiki/K%C3%BCbler-Ross_mod el). Except that the stages are all over the place.

I inspired very much over Bach's inventions and RoughSketch toward the end. It has two distinct phases and I find it rather good compared to what I made lately, I really have a hard time figuring out how I process exactly to come with that kind of track but somewhat, I did it. It's like making an analysis of the very tool that allows us to think and make logic assumptions.
Can't wait to see you at my funerals, guys !


Gets better and better

Ithink the beginning is too harsh, and the end, around 3 mins, is the best part. Think consistenty ! Also, drums at 3:40 are too fuzzy and spoil the song for me. Thats just my opnion anyway

I love the drums!

That funky almost glitch style of drumming is a personal favorite of mine and I was glad to see it at work in this song :)

I'm also fond of the part that starts at ~1:54

Overall, I love how crazy and all-over-the-place this song is. The synths were crazy and the percussion was beautiful. Keep it up!

Scylaax responds:

Well, thank you very much. In case you don't know that genre, you should search more on "breakcore", because I'm really influenced by The Flashbulb for instance. Usually, that kind of rhythm repulses people since it's kinda chaotic.

Also yeah that part is my favorite too, even though it sounds really classic considering the chord progression

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3.57 / 5.00

Jul 20, 2011
1:57 PM EDT
File Info
4.2 MB
4 min 38 sec

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.