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Author Comments

Short track with synth, acoustic guitar, and other stuff.


Really enjoyed what you did there. I was wondering what kind of synth and which software you used to produce this track ?

It sounds really full and almost like the track "hugs" you in a way. Good vibes, especially when the guitar comes in towards the end. Good job !

this song just hits me really deep but all i can say is i wish it was longer to enjoy more of it. great work man.

Really enjoyed this one, the guitar adds so much. You recording in the guitar yourself?

I'm looking into getting a decent mic for home recording but don't know where to start.

SineRider responds:

Yeah it's my acoustic guitar. I don't have a dedicated microphone at the moment so I use my Zoom H2n field recorder and record through USB. There are a lot of different mics you can get, each with it's own characteristic. I'd recommend pretty much any condenser mic. Keep in mind you don't need to spring for an expensive mic!

It's amazing how full you made just a synth and bass sound, but I suppose you had enough reverb and delay to fill the gaps. I was especially fond of the metallic bell sounding delay after the 30 sec mark. Bringing in the subtle acoustic guitar strumming was a very nice touch as well. It blended everything together; the sounds just starting melting into each other.

The only thing I could see adding to this without ruining the vibe would be some high pads/strings. Might mess up the audio spectrum though...

Great work, and a very entertaining listen (as always).

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Credits & Info


4.82 / 5.00

Jan 21, 2015
8:28 PM EST
File Info
4.7 MB
2 min 3 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.