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Reviews for "Finding That Something Special"

arrrR

I thought this to be quite the sex kitten...very fun, very interesting, very abstract. Awesome! You got my 5, my download, and my love!! giggle. My only complaint is that the intro synth/ radar effect noise was a little too much and at higher volumes, a little annoying. Regardless, I still like the song.

pitbulljones responds:

Haha this tune be sexing you up? You pervert!!!!! XD. glad you can take so many things from it, sort of flew this tune, which is always good when producing, rather than slaving away. yea i hear you about that opening synth, no headphones sadly so i do miss bits like that from time to time. No problems to and it's duely noted.

thanks for the 5 and review.

pitters

Interesting!

To say at least. Strange beginning. An unanswered phonecall for no reason catched with a tad of wind...Anyways...like stated in the summary, this was fairly interesting. The soundquality of the tune was on a high level for sure and I enjoyed the changes you did thar. A bit repetitive for my taste but it's ambient stuff and it should underline something certain.

The vox were you I assume? They were nice in my opinion, well fitting for an monologue. Overall, I say...Sweet job to this pitbulljones! :)

5/5 from me!

pitbulljones responds:

Hey man many thanks for the review. hehe yea i intended for the long drawn out odd beginning, it's cost me some bit depth just to have it but what the heck. An unanswered phonecall, i'd never have thought that, but imagery is something i want my listeners to take from a tune so thats cool.

I was really worried about the compression involved when mixing this tune down, going down to 96kbps is never good but surprisingly as you have mentioned it's held up, i've had right disasters quality wise before. I suppose it's because a lot of this is midi based, and i've used eq and comp and limiting well, rather than throwing em in just to get volume.

Yea i do make kinda repetitive tunes, it's a problem of mine as i want vocals over the track, which would be the final layer to keep the repetition away a bit, but i have limited vocal talent sadly.

Yep the vocals are me, with my mancunian tones, I did that in one take, on the fly....nice to do a bit of acting as i havn't done in a while. I'm glad you like them, as it was very much a gamble to do it, seems it's paid off.

Thanks yet again for ur words, i'll hit you back as i noticed you have a new tune up.

pitters