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-*CaSH*- Gettin' It

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Hi NG, glad to be back!

It's been a rough year up to now, with my computer being stolen, me moving out, and living off bugger all, but I've managed to write down a few songs.

Here's one I just finished. It's something I whipped up after listening to a lot of Keystone (check it out, it's great) and I think it sounds great.

Also, sorry about the extra silence at the end, NG won't let me upload the cut version, so bare with me!

Lemme hear what you guys think!

Samuel Hébert aka CamoShark

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Interesting :p

Right off the bat this song hits me as a funky-psychedelic acid trip of a song; I can dig it :]

The patterns in this sound a bit off, but still stay refined in a good way (its kinda hard to explain i guess), and I could see where this song has a lot of potential.

Things to take a seconds look at:
- Although I did like the kind of akward/ progressive feel of your note progressions, I would have liked to hear a bit more solid chords.
- It may just be out of personal preference (but I think it would be bad ass if you brought in a sick (flying lotus style) drum beat about half way through

I don't think this song is bad by any meand, but it is a bit rough around the edges


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Well I like the simple funky feel this beat has. Gives a feeling of kind of exploring some strange cave where everything is colored in an odd way as if you were just dreaming it all up too. Very funky and strange piece of music I think. Still very nicely done.

The bass line is nice and gives a feel of being free for some reason as if that cave was holding you there. The guitar is very strange as it goes up and down as if it had a phaser effect set on it too. The drums are nice and simple feeling and give a feel of hope as you leave the cave one last time.

Overall, very strange, calm, and funky beat.

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Strange, yet almost Jazz-like

I can feel a lot of potential with this piece, though I'd say it's just that at the moment, as opposed to being a finished article. When you come to the messing with the sounds over the top of one another around the minute marker and again around the two minutes, it seems to need something else, just to offset this ever so slightly. Personally, I'd say that you need to give it some sort of soft percussion - the type played with the brushes on the skins and maybe even a sanddancer for the "ssh-ssh" sounds.

Like I say, there is potential here and messing with the sounds that you can synth can be fun, but this seems to be fin in a productive way. A few more tweaks and I think this track could be really good.

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Easy, fuzzy-little man peach.

Groovy and psychedelic. I enjoy the music, but the drums are cracker thin...they're almost absent, That makes the experience a little disappointing, actually...without the proper percussions, solidifying the BONES behind the bass guitar and...keyboard's(?) flesh, it's all incredibly mushy, and slithers in one ear before dripping out the other. Nothing is fucking me in the ear and taking me on a journey; it's just kinda sloshing around in there mildly suggesting I get high.

The musicianship, even if it was improvised as you went, is too funky to ignore. But the lack of solidifying percussions or anything else to keep these three instruments from dominating kept it from getting a 10 from me. I'm still voting five. You keep up your passion DESPITE the hardships you're going through, man...the world belongs to those who show up.

Oh, and edit your author's comments; the version that's edited out the silence in the end is the version I listened to as I wrote this. Audio Portal came through for ya :D

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camoshark responds:

Thanks for the review, mate, very much appreciated!

You're absolutey right, now that I take a bit of distance, the drums, ARE, in fact, practically inaudible... I guess my lack of experience in mixing really is to blame here, I mostly concentrate on the composition rather than the sequencing, and basically everything else, anyways.

Of course the phasing is intentional, though it could probably use some tweaking, I'll look into that!

Also thaks for the kind words, I'm still posting here because I believe you guys deserve it, and words like that rest my case.

Thanks once again, reviews are ALWAYS welcomed!

Samuel Hébert

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Nov 8, 2011
9:23 AM EST
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6 MB
2 min 39 sec

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