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Down on the Tube

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I like trains.

This is the first time I've ever put reverb on drums and it worked.

Tried to make a song that represents travelling on the subway.

Then I tried making 1970s cop show funk music.

And finally, of course, as with all my jazz songs, it ended up sounding like porn.

Enjoy, Senor Handwiches.

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Awesome. I can't even think straight with the song on right now but just know you have a new fan.

SamHandwiches responds:

eeeey thanks man :D

Good overall, really liked it, really mellow, except for the sounds coming in around 1:23. I kept hearing a high-pitched whine-like sound from whatever it was that made me cringe a little every time I heard it, as well as feeling wrong compared to the background sound.

Excellent overall, just need something to replace that metal noise.

SamHandwiches responds:

Yeah, I think that's noise from the guitar/bass guitar that you can't hear until the synth pad stops. It really annoys me too, and mastering boosted it up a few decibels so it's really noticeable in that part XD Until I get a better guitar rig I can't really do much about it. Thanks for caring! Love from Splamwiches.

Sounds like porn, eh? haha, I didn't think you were being serious, yet, instead of thinking of it in that sense, I mellowed out a little. Very enjoyable tune. Keep it up. :D

SamHandwiches responds:

Thanks ;D

Like the change at 0:20 amazing. 01:23 spoons or what it is?

SamHandwiches responds:

hehe cheers! 01:23 is just cut together audio clips of me playing with various old film cameras and kind of shaking my broken harmonica at my microphone. Glad you like the track :D

mmmh :3

SamHandwiches responds:

XD oh yeah

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Uploaded
Aug 11, 2012
6:23 AM EDT
Genre
Jazz
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6.9 MB
3 min 2 sec
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