this is rather phat, my friend.
those keyboards at the end were a funky choice. swell production like it always is. its a cool treat to be able to experience these things.
those crusty hi hats bring me much joy, and you dope snares fit it well. a good blending and panning of all frequencies, i like how you know the perfect amount of low freq, not too overpowering and not too runty.
a subtle combination is the best way, i feel.
just wondering, is the instrument of the main melody a flute that you EQd or a synth note that has been EQd?
i will now commence an electronic excretion of untold formation.
all in all, i liked it brosis. the imagery that im feelin is a sensation of swirly textures and squirrels scavenging for food during an interlude of the 4 different seasons, lots of abrupt twists in the entire visualization frame. i could also imagine a detective dude in a 1950's office, sitting in a leather chair that is not too poofy like the chairs of 2016. it was a vintage, beige color, of quality comfort. he was leaning backwards in the chair, his suit jacket hanging off the back end of the chair. and he was sipping some coffee that had cream and sugar in it out of a musty mug that appeared to be aged. the man was a bit of the chunky side, he had a bit of scruff on his face, a bit tired but he did not look exhausted. he was in relaxation mode, not experiencing extreme stress and pressure, though he was at work just relaxing a bit. its too much too describe everything so ill just stop here lol. ill end up writing a short story or something if i get into such details.
I want to say it is a flute, but I'm not entirely sure.
Please, I hope you plan on fleshing out that story. Sounds as if it would be awesome!
Sounds kinda like something that you'd question your whole life while tripping on shrooms to. But in a good way of course!--Great job!
I love your interpretation!
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