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Coalesce (vent sombre mix)


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pulse

 Genre: Dance-Club

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Like some somber wind slowly stiring...
Two artists. Two languages. One common passion.
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Lyrics
First a house, then a hamlet,
First a village than a town,
There rise a strength
when we commute.

From our vessels to our veins,
From our veins to arteries,
There lies a place
Where we begin.

Sous les pouls, sous les fibres,
Dans la boue des sourires ivres,
On tisse farouche.
Dans la pluie de notre ennui,
Dans le creux des insomnies,
Mordent toutes nos bouches.

Different memories entangle,
Different thoughts entwine,
Weaving our minds with the grain.
Song Stats
Hits: 4492
Comments: 12
Fans: 6
Plays: 356
Downloads: 192
Votes: 15
Uploaded: Oct 31, 2005 - 07:14:09 PM
Last Updated: Nov 01, 2005 - 12:42:20 AM Last Played: Feb 05, 2019 - 02:33:27 PM
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Hardware:
Two Powerbook G4s, M-Audio Audiophile & firewire solo, M-Audio IControl, Korg synth, SP B1 mic.
Software:
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Comments
cjorgensen said 4950 days ago (October 31st, 2005)
Damn man
Way cool. I can't think of a way to make this better, so will shut my yap
and say, "Wow!" Cool.
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pulse said 4949 days ago (November 1st, 2005)
Damn man
Cjorg: we really appreciate your comment. Thanks for stopping by to listen.
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selters said 4950 days ago (November 1st, 2005)
cool!
This is very cool, I am not particularly familiar with this genre but like what i hear. Specially think there is some very nice piano in this!The vocals are also very good. The sound is to me very calm and soothing. Good work!
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pulse said 4949 days ago (November 1st, 2005)
cool!
Thank you for your comment!
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selters said 4950 days ago (November 1st, 2005)
ah!!
And i forgot to mention, Some of the pianoplay reminds me a lot of the new Song "analogue" by A-HA..
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_nderscore said 4949 days ago (November 1st, 2005)
beautifully complete.
being privy to the tune this was based around, i am completely blown
away at how this song has evolved. every part has been reinforced &
enhanced-the additions & inserts FIT.. perfectly. now, there is just so
much more to love. great tune, kids! can't wait to hear more from you

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drakonis said 4949 days ago (November 1st, 2005)
unusual, nice
overall I like the update, it is different... the chords and harmonies took
me a bit to get into, the blips were slightly strange, and when the voice
came in, it seemed in an odd key...

but as the song progressed, the sounds coalesced, and it felt as
though it was always meant to be. :-)

The driving drumbeats, the soothing melody, nicely sung harmonies,
chorus, interjection of French, reminds me somewhat of the sensual
sound of Enigma.

Delightfully provocative curves in the artwork, very nice... did you do
that?

ttfn,
Drakonis
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caroline said 4948 days ago (November 2nd, 2005)
pretty!
and some french too!! thank you for sending us over - the bear and i enjoyed our visit tremendously x
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caroline said 4948 days ago (November 2nd, 2005)
pretty!
and some french too!! thank you for sending us over - the bear and i enjoyed our visit tremendously x
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cjhoose said 4948 days ago (November 2nd, 2005)
Nice reworking
more of an ambient sound than the original, and while the vocals aren't to
my taste ;) they're done well and are appropriate from what I can
remember.
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The Composer said 4948 days ago (November 2nd, 2005)
Lovely
I quite like this song... and you've pretty well in the mix for this song.
The things that jump out at me in particular are the use of French and
English. The french suits this song nicely and is a refreshing change
from all the english thats overpowering everything else. A translation
might be useful if the lyrics have a particular context... otherwise it
doesn't really matter.

Also, I love how the synthisizer grows out of the left side of the stereo
space (shortly after the drums come in and before the lyrics). You
could've featured this idea a little more though, maybe filled the entire
space at times.

The backwards cymbal is also cool.

Somethings I wanted to change a little though... the song doesn't get
boring throughout the piece... but the lyrics do finish only halfway
through the song. It would be nice if they made an appearance a little
more towards the end of the piece (maybe just shadows of the french).

During the verses, the bass is too dull. I've got relatively decent
headphones on, but I can only barely hear it. A little more of the mid
range frequencies would be really appreciated there... it would help to
fill up those verses nicely.

The garageband snare just doesn't work. It is the only thing in the
piece that makes me say "Gah, this is garageband" and it doesn't suit
the mix very well. Perhaps if you could find a piccolo snare sample I
would be happy. At least something that was nice and crisp... and
didn't sound like the garageband snare.

Other than that... really nice work!
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pulse said 4948 days ago (November 2nd, 2005)
Lovely
Thank you so much for these precise comments. Most of them confirm
impressions we had. Might make an update...
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Electronic dance music is a broad set of percussive music genres that largely inherit from 1970s disco music and, to some extent, the experimental pop music of Kraftwerk. Such music was originally borne of and popularized via regional nightclub scene

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