Interesting! I heard raggd46's Mors Vinvit Omnia, and saw your review in the comments and was like "Golly I should look into this, I kind of want to do something similar"
I feel like the glitched vocal bits could've used some formant shifting and/or decimation, but I dunno, it's a personal decision, haha. Like, grain shifting (or rapid partial sampling or gating, I dunno how gerxactly you did this but the boot fits any of these feet) feels a tick strange with such smooth acapella work, but bee holder's eye and whatnot.
All in all NOICE! :D
Thanks so much! I agree, the flowing a cappella followed by disaster was awkward; my fault for being experimental. I'm actually quite elementary when it comes to playing with slicing and dicing. I never thought about using formant shifting or any sort of decimation, but I just now realized a lot of great glitch has that everywhere...I'm clueless when it comes to production value...I also use GarageBand, so my choice of effects is limited and typically more time consuming than it has to be...
I agree with Azhthar's review. You have a very unique sound and lots of creativity. You managed to keep my interest for all 6:23 with this song, great job
The whole duration? Yay.
You impress me with every submission man.
Hope you don´t get bored by my reviews but this is just awesome! You sang all the voices for the harmonies by yourself for which I have have deep respect (I can´t sing at all). Your composition is getting better and better by each piece I hear. I mean this you hear classic chorals here mixed with glitchy stuff and your typical circussy sounddesign. Actually I heard a lot of music in my life including lots of contemporary stuff but I never heard something like the stuff you do. I mean the arangement is just awesome and you really hear your classical background including all theory of form and everything but you bring it into some contemporary context... I maybe sound nerdy and stupid here but I mean what I say... Man all the contemporary music is just based on algorythms and serial or spectral stuff (or minimalism if contemporary composers want to hide that they are lazy. Not that I don´t like minimalism though) but you take all the classical stuff, lead it ad absurdum and mix it with just awesome cool sounds. So--- Enough of praising but keep on doing what you do. And if you didn´t consider already: Try to spread your music to some serious composers and not only to the cinematic stuff. Okay... Some of them are quite conservative and your style might not really fit to them but I met some people who are really open to some more freehearted music. Keep it up!
That all actually means a lot to me, thanks! I wish I could meet similarly freehearted people...but I am definitely going to try spreading and hopefully yeah...
Eh. Don't really like it.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.