I am in heaven...
This IS the BEST song I have ever heard here... Voted 5, favorited, put on Top Star playlist, and on my iPod.
The mixture of electronics, and acoustics where a perfect blend.
thanks very much!
I really like this track because it combines alot of musical styles. Nice effects.
thanks; glad you liked it
Hi there. Thought it was really about time I returned the reviews.
This trk has loads of nice ideas in it, and I've always liked guitar mixed with electronics, especially acoustic.
The mix sounds a little busy at times even though there aren't a lot of instruments, I think it's the mixture of delays that does it, that said they are effective individually.
Production is pretty good, I would like to hear the guitar a little higher and brighter in the mix and the delayed synth stop delaying every once in a while, but that's just me.
Respect for the creativity and kudos for the miscellaneousness of the trk:)4/5
Thanks for the review! I'll try to be more careful about mixing delays in the future. As for your review, I had meant that the whole song sounded like it could be used as background music because of the whole staying-in-one-place-ness which I can now attribute to your one riff/melody idea; I was specifying the second half with regards to the percussion being similar to one of your previous tracks. Hope that clears up what I meant. At any rate, thanks again for the review!
The hi-hat sounded very nice in my headphones.
But the chord structure was a little weird, or at least the part the bell synth played was a little strange.
The acoustic guitar sounded great though, with the strumming and melody it played.
You needed a more staedy hi-hat beat to go along with the flanged out one, to give the song more structure.
Twas good though, hope your juices are flowing
Thanks for the review!
yeah, the original song description went something like:
"weird chord progressions... weird scales... just weird." so yeah... weird is the perfect word. I'm not sure if it worked musically, but it's something a bit different anyway, and that's all I was really going for. I thought of putting in a steady hi-hat, and ended up just making it a bit more stable around the ending. Actually, there technically isn't any hi-hat at all; originally it was an idea for a drum beat, but I ended up filtering it out to the extent that it sounded like a hi-hat. I liked it that way, so I kinda built the song around it.
Anyway, thanks again for the review!
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