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[SPAM] An attempt at musique concrete (kind of)
 

offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2020-03-20 00:00 [#02597578]
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Lately I've been more interested in sampling things and
creating music based around stacking them - I did it first
with this dance track, 小鬼, and have followed it
up with a more epic piece, axis (bold as knights)

feedback welcome for the experiments.


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2020-03-20 05:11 [#02597588]
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i like the intro to (char *A, char *B) but then i am getting
bored because by 3min it's getting interesting again and i
am a busy man and i wanted this at 2min. other than that
pacing gripe, nice acid, good job marlowe. the arp part
drifting out needs a bit more of an acid edge, layer some
more 303 over it beeewauWaWawuWaaau. overall, lovely track

axis ~ nice breathing motion, psychedelic rockshrooms. a
pair of curtains drifting past each other. but then it is
really kind of wander-y. have you forgotten?


 

online belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2020-03-20 10:02 [#02597593]
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the first track is great! really changes gear halfway
through. axis is nice too, got a kinda ninja tune vibe


 

offline Ceri JC from I'm too old for this shit (United Kingdom) on 2020-03-21 09:34 [#02597682]
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I liked Axis. I second EpicMegatrax and belb's comments;

Also reminded of Ninja Tune, but also a specific release I
can't remember the name of (vinyl is in the loft) with a
Japanese guy with a Hawaiian shirt on the cover.

I like the drones in it. Nice to hear 'real instrument'
sounding drones rather than just a wailing VCO for once.

Only criticism, also agree with the pacing; towards the end
of the first third, it felt it was taking too long to
introduce the next element.


 

offline marlowe from Antarctica on 2020-03-23 16:30 [#02597840]
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Thanks for the feeback guys, I've always struggled with
pacing I'm the first to admit that - I usually get lost in a
loop and then come up with new ideas and forget to go back
and edit things tighter - I should remember the famous movie
making adage, "few movies would lose anything by having
thirty minutes taken out" (or something)


 


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