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Mar 14, 2015 | 1:28 PM EDT
File Info
8.9 MB
3 min 53 sec
4.38 / 5.00

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Rated 4.38 / 5 stars
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638 Plays | 28 Downloads
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Metal, Rock - Indie

Author Comments

"Happiness In a Can" is the 8th song of our album "A Journey You Will Not Forget", under the name of "Route Zero"
A Journey You Will Not Forget - Tracklist:
1. Dreams:
2. The Spin:
3. The Perfect Life:
4. Take A Break:
5. After All:
6. Social Interaction for Dummies:
7. The Old Factory Of Dreams and Memories:
8. Hapinness In A Can:
9. Rain
10. Arkessia:



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like this song very much, although I think The Old Factory of dreams is better. I don't agree with the previous review; I think the synth at the start is basic, yes, but nevertheless fitting. Only thing is, that it is too prominent throughout the song, which is probably because it is not so well embedded in the mix and too much on the left pan so it sticks really out of the song, whcih makes it annoying after a while. The melody is soothing and relaxing and overall pretty nice. An interlude in the song could make it more interesting, though. Keep it up. :)

Angelsosa responds:

Thanks, thanks a lot, really.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

the initial sounds seem a bit poor. Like the quality a bit plasticy poor preset tones on a synth, just my harsh opinion, bass is good with nice sustain and reverb maybe a bit overpowering though? Turn down volume a bit in mix?

The melodies are fine but not really mind blowing or overly emotional.

Like again at 1:49 that sound is pretty poor man, u make urself or presets on a synth?

2mins in and the variety is lacking, need to change it up to bring some new excitment to song....oh here it comes 2:30 i spoke to soon....nice change with new melody, again nice but nothing overly special about it....This could easily be video game background menu music, no offense meant....

New melody as comes to end gives a bit more life to the listener. NIce cymbals to end....

Overall production mix was ok but some of the sounds were a bit tacky for me, the song itself seemed to have no meaning or logical progression for the listener...melodies were ok and enjoyable but not something memorable..The song was decent and little wrong with it..It just didnt do anything special..cant fault it though..good work though...I enjoyed the listen.