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the P is silent

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Woah...this is really groovy! I love the stuttery effect on that guitar with the descending line. The drums should've been a bit louder IMO, but otherwise the balance is good. A lot of bass! May I ask why "Philadelphia" is in the tags? Either way, I'll have it stuck in my head for a while. ;)

LunacyEcho responds:

=> groovy =>

Yay! That's all I was going for, really.

=> drums =>

Mixing :'(

=> Philadelphia =>

Gotta have those silent Ps! ...Okay, yes Philadelphia isn't actually a silent P. But I was too lazy to think of one and reverted instead to the examples that the Thompson twins would use when describing the difference between their names. Tintin!

Wow, I actually like this composition a lot. Those instruments are terrible, though. One pro tip is to vary the loudness of the piano notes. Right now it sounds like they're all being hit at maximum loudness.

I actually like the melodies and stuff in this one more than normal. The chord progression is really good. Also the rhythm is really unexpected in a good way in the first half.

Elevator music for spies.

LunacyEcho responds:

=> instruments =>

Well what do you expect at this point :D

=> loudness of piano notes =>

Context time! A while ago, a friend and I were joking around about writing a musical for our Psychology class in order to surprise our teacher. We came up with some lyrics for a song and I whipped this thing together in an hour. So the piano is actually a placeholder for vocals! And that's why I didn't do any velocity adjustment like I normally do.

=> melodies and stuff =>

Awesome! So do I. Shame I ruined it with this dumb thing though :P

=> elevator music for spies =>

Ooooh that's a really cool perspective! I can totally hear it now.

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4.16 / 5.00

Mar 31, 2016
3:38 AM EDT
General Rock
File Info
1.1 MB
1 min 1 sec

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