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Reversed Curses


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lazernation

 Genre: Electronic
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Work in progress, vox to go on.
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Uploaded: May 21, 2017 - 07:31:17 AM
Last Updated: May 21, 2017 - 07:31:17 AM Last Played: Oct 02, 2017 - 03:56:57 AM
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MikeRobinson said 204 days ago (May 21st, 2017)
Definitely like where this is going ...
When this song started out with solo piano, it piqued my interest as to where it might be going – and I was surely not disappointed.   While staying within the general musical feeling that is set in the opening stanza the entire time, you have come up with a progression of musical textures that continues to catch and hold my interest – and, to show a definite progression that, “in and of itself, already tells, re-tells, and then completes a story.”

I can close my eyes and imagine what that very-interesting story might turn out to be.   Thanks for sharing.


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VicDiesel said 198 days ago (May 27th, 2017)
Texture
This is sounding pretty interesting by itself. I'll be curious to see what you come up with melodically.
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Daugrin said 198 days ago (May 27th, 2017)
Progress?
I assume yer looking for suggestions. So here ya go:
The snare sound is cliche? Get another one? And add some fills to mark and propel the form changes.
The white noise becomes annoying, even if it is a cool cymbal wash, please cycle it in and out...
Morph the tone of bubbling keyboard once in a while, change the texture of the sound as the form advances.
The piano line lacks dynamics, sturdy writing, but use less reverb and add dynamics and it will sound more natural...
The bubbling line, the organ kinda sound could bounce between sides of the track, left-right, at about 35% width to give yer track some dimension, then when the flutish line appears it will split the two sides...
Add some top and bottom on the bass tone. Yer basic tone is lower mid heaven, but I can't feel the pulse, and it is often difficult to discern when those half steps occur, more top end information will help there.
Is there a bass drum on this track?
There ya go, all kinds of help. Best of luck.

Daug
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lazernation is an Englishman, currently living in the tropics, working as little as is humanly possible and trying to get to grips with a Mac Mini and GB11, while continuing to search for a kooky female vocalist with elementary level skills in the En... [see more]

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