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LTM² - Eating Pie (revised)

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Dec 11, 2006 | 10:24 PM EST
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2.9 MB
3 min 7 sec
4.37 / 5.00

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Rated 4.37 / 5 stars
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Added some nice drums, trasitions are better. Nice mystic, hypnotic pie



Rated 5 / 5 stars


It sounds cool, nothing to change I guess, though I'd like some ovedriven guitars in it:P

ListenToMyMusic responds:

Lol overdriven guitars. I'll try that, now that I have reason, FL Slayer sucks

Good Bye, Eat Pie


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loved it

I loved everything about it... Not much else to say... I LOVED the drums, and the lead synth was excellent, except for the low part kind of came in suddenly. But that is my only complaint, other than that everything was great... I look forward to hearing GREAT things from you... Keep it up!

ListenToMyMusic responds:

Thank you, this one I spent the most time on I think, well besides my first.

I'll go check out yours soon,

Good Bye, Eat Pie,


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Mmm pie...

Nice little piece here. There's a cool contrast between the legato, distorted synth and the clean, syncopated bells/xylo that sucks you in and keeps the music moving.
I think this would be a good song for eating LSD pie... Mmmmmm... psychedelic-y!

Toward the middle/end it seemed to get a lot darker, it had a completely different feel... In my opinion it doesn't quite fit in. The chords with the synth and strings at the end got a little hard on my ears. Nothing serious, but distortion + dissonance = slightly painful. (Clarity score)

Overall, very nice job. A fun little piece that keeps the listener interested throughout. I'll have to listen to your other stuff now!
Check out mine when you get a chance, maybe leave a review. :)

ListenToMyMusic responds:

I had just added that part at the end, I should have changed the background parts when the melody starts to change.
Overall I think this is the best that I've done so far, no I got the z3ta+ and am trying to figure it all out.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ah cool man

I just noticed the new version of this so, I decided to check it out, as I liked the first version very much. As this being a revised version, this is decently how I wanted to see the first version.

The melody is probably my favorite part about the whole piece. The beginning melody has some kind of entrancing sound that really attracts me to listen on and on.

The synths were pretty basic but fit well with the song type. The sawtooth synth wasn't as overpowering this time around. The drums were a nice touch, and better used in this version. Although they sounded good, they seemed a bit too quiet and boring at times.

The transitions were much better to the contrasting part at the end. The whole contrasting part was done overall much better. It sort of reminded me of some kind of classical piece.

Great work, I see you have been improving and improving and this goes to show you an make great pieces when you give it time.


ugh long lol

ListenToMyMusic responds:

The first version I was trying to make as fast as I could, then I revised it for a month and am much happier with, and now that I listen to it, the drums were a little quiet. Should have raised it up a little more. And I have a FPC problem where I can't download any new kits, so I had to stick with the included.

Before I mixed it with earphnes on, so it was completely differn't on my speakers, this time I mized it with real speakers. Makes it much more balanced
Good Bye, Eat Pie