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Apr 7, 2013 | 2:38 AM EDT
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2.4 MB
2 min 35 sec
3.56 / 5.00

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Rated 3.56 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

I wrote this song to depict a spirit, or a soul, a ghost or some sort of anomaly that is not solid, nor liquid, but gas. It beckons you and follow it, as it brings you to different events throughout your life or others you have effected, or maybe just to show you a world you didn't know existed.
Anyway, this is not the final version, the final one will include live guitars.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty nice teh guitar around 1:25 gets a little loud I think its cause theres multiple ones going o.O? Sounds a little clashy BUT its not bad I like the feel of the song my real gripe is the drums and snares they seem to soft not enough impact if you changed those and tweaked the guitars a little I think this song would be golden :)

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Gustav21508 responds:

Now that you mention it the point at 1:25 mark, I can hear the sounds of the guitar distorting my headphones, it hadn't done that since I made this song, listening to the stereo, I know what you mean by the guitars being too loud, there were 3 guitar sounds going on, a rhythm, a lead and a melodic.
However, I was aiming to keep the drums relatively soft, as opposed to adding some.. "Oomph" if you will, I wanted to have this song flow more than head bobbing, but I will experiment on it.
Thanks for the review.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

This reminds me of an like this makes sure you know for a fact something REALLY shitty is about to land on your team! Point deduction for the lack of live guitars, and you could use a bridge to contrast. This has a lot of potential for a key-change!

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Gustav21508 responds:

I'm not super versed in the guitar world, but I do see your point with having a bridge to contrast, and I'll have to add that in, and changing the key is a brilliant idea, I am always stuck between two keys because I adore them that much, but to move it, would probably be helpful to find a new harmony and such.
Thanks for the review, I'll get working on the live guitars ASAP. :)