I have always loved how this picks up around 2:45. Looking back on it, I wonder if that was my doing. /shrug. Lost in the sands of time now. Since we can't go back and edit comments, I'll just throw in yet another reminder to TAG YOUR MP3s. /grumble.
Damn HG whisperer.
bad ass track, just the listening to it is giving me some ideas for some character design, thanks for sharing :)
Well if it winds up anywhere on the world wide web, be sure to link me to the end result. I'm curious.
the 2:45 mark surprised me. this is a great piece. you have an obvious talent; i'm happy i found your work.
Well I'm happy that you're happy.
All of it really fits well together, it weaved almost perfectly, each and every single individual sound.
However nothing really standed out past that, its very good, but it just doesn't have that pop, spice, and everything nice.
The repetitive nature was the only subtraction I thought. Some diversity could of helped it, or broken that tightly woven harmony. Either or.
I've been sitting on this song for quite some time. I had a somewhat listenable version around the time I released Native. But new ideas kept coming out of it. I couldn't stop until I hit a wall with it. And then I did.
I'm glad you enjoyed.
I am not worthy.
Oh, but you are. I'm listening to Grit Jam as I write this reply.
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