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Abstraction Jun 4, 2004

  1. Abstraction

    Abstraction happy juice

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    i found an old tune of mine whilst backing stuff up last week and decided to give it a bit of a revamp. see what ya think cos im currently remastering the old tune as it was, same notes just more electronic styleeeeeee

    [a href='http://www.soundclick.com/bands/0/doublehelixuk.htm']its the one called under the spell[/a]
     
  2. TomStoned

    TomStoned Junior Members

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    At first I took it for real...
    "My main influences are great musical geniuses like Britney Spears, Aqua, Eiffel 65, Bucks Fizz, Bross, Take That, and Margaret Thatcher"
    :lol:

    Your track sounds like you described: Oldschool. Your real influences you can not cover. I like the 303 line (Rebirth?) and the broken melody in the background. This is one of the few breakbeat tracks i like :Smile3: but not my general taste of music. Oh.. sudden death! Why it stops so hard?
     
  3. psyfi

    psyfi Pie Fly

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    Nic etune but my only grip was that the piano was to dry IMHO and sounded like it was out side of the mix. Kind of like someone was playing a piano along to a cd rather than as part of it.
     
  4. Abstraction

    Abstraction happy juice

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    thanks for the feedback :Grin:

    tomstoned: sorry i didnt make it very clear, i was talking aboot the orchestral thing, so which one was you advising on? i welcome all costructive criticism so if i know i can maybe improve that one.

    psyfi: would more verb help the piano sit better? as i said this tune was not originally written for orchestra so that may be the problem (lost in translation).

    anyway thanks for the feedback :Smile3:
     
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