Cold V.1.0

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tune im working on, this is the 1st prhase, comments and help welcome on this ta



Has a good cold and a bit scary atmosphere. Now I wouldn't say suspensful scare...more like in a tunnel and its all dark. Well, its a very quiet song, better in a flash then on an mp3.

At about 2:00, the guitar was very weird, might of been better without it, because now it makes it real scary.

What I think of V 1.0

Intro sounds pretty good. There's just that swell at 0:30 that seems to break up in the speakers, maybe you could mix it a little better. Is it moving from left to right and back to left? Sounds like it's shifting around. Maybe it's the volume at center that's causing the static, unless that's all on purpose. I'd say, ditch the crackly sound if you can.

Later in the song when the drums bit starts, it just seems to compound and I dunno, honestly sounds a bit messy. Don't misunderstand me though, this is a great track, and I really like all of it. Just try to smooth it out some, it sounds a bit clunky.

Towards the end with the guitar, man I wish there was a whole song with that going on, for another four minutes. Seriously I love the sound, it reminds me of the Satriani album with all the electronic effects. I can't wait to hear V 1.1 or 2.0 or whatever you're gonna call it. ^^

Simply awesome

This piece has that very original feel to it. It's almost Silent Hill meets a modern horror movie feel, and would go great in just about any dark film of flash.

Kudos to you.

pitbulljones responds:

Thanks for the review, well im glad you feel it's original, i don't like to imitate, images of horror i see. nice that people take different things from tunes.

thanks again

"dark, mysterious, and frankly, quite unknown."


There is a darkness in this track that is very hard to decrypt, in the listener's perspective. From the initially deep and infrequent percussion line that "Cold" opens to, all the way to the ambient-like wind synths that dominate most of the track, the song remains dark, mysterious, and frankly, quite unknown. The second percussion line that comes in a little after the beginning is an appreciated asset to the song that definitely does not prove as a detriment, or even an excuse to repetition. It plays a great addition to the rest of the track, as simple as it is. The distorted instrument adds a certain professional depth to the song the I enjoyed listening to. The ending however was quite abrupt, breaking me out of the trance. Overall, quite excellent work.

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crazy stuff, man.

the first song i heard from you was the "requiem..." one and i didn't listen to your other stuff- but you reviewed my shit and i came back and all your songs are great and diverse, you got a lot of innovative shit going, keep it up.


pitbulljones responds:

yet again, Np gives me a review. cheers mate. I try to be innovative, i try to be different, thats what's music's about tbh. Seems on the whole i'm doing a good job. i'm glad you enjoy my work anyway, i'll be sure to bob over to ur page again soon and give you some more reviews.

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3.55 / 5.00

May 4, 2006
11:22 AM EDT
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2.8 MB
3 min 3 sec

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