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Maybe psychedelic, i don't know.
I love the Gong, Ozric Tentacles and Porcupine Tree.
This song is a little tribute to this genre of music.
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Uploaded: Sep 16, 2004 - 11:09:57 AM
Last Updated: Sep 15, 2004 - 05:41:59 AM Last Played: Jan 07, 2019 - 09:54:13 AM
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MissChaos said 5396 days ago (September 16th, 2004)
because the chords in the intro (and ending) are VERY Porcupine Tree, but the rest is only vaguely reminiscent of Ozric. And I LOVE both of those bands. I actually just missed Ozric Tentacles playing live in my hometown recently. But I digress... This is a cool piece. So many elements and textures. I think I like the drum and percussion elements best. I think if you split this into two songs, I could see those intro chords being accompanied by vocals--you'd have yourself a really nice progressive rock tune if you added some acoustic guitar as well. (Hence, the Porcupine Tree reference)
Aside from my rambling, I think this is really good.

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TalktoWind said 5396 days ago (September 16th, 2004)
Thanks Miss
The idea to split into 2 songs could be nice.
I will ask to SlimGirlfat if wants try to sing something (if she likes of course).
I don't think to guitar sound because i'm not able to play it.
Every time i try to do something with guitar it seems too bad to myself.
Btw i have had a lot of problems to mix all the drums, maybe i've used too
many tracks (6 for the drums), in fact my G4 was going overload.

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said 5396 days ago (September 16th, 2004)
Dial to comfort
I was nicely dialed into a certain volume level then got
blasted about 3/5 of the way through. That is my only
concern with this otherwise nicely layered, evocative
compostition. Bravo.
TalktoWind said 5396 days ago (September 17th, 2004)
Dial to comfort
Thanks rschletty
Maybe i see what you mean.
As i have told i have had some trouble to mix the drum parts.
On my Ipod for example, this song have a too much "dark" sound
and i cannot pump up the volume as i would :-)
Maybe i will try to re-mix again, or replace one or two drum tracks.

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Cameron said 5395 days ago (September 17th, 2004)
nice sound textures
Your choice of sounds and combination of textures is
excellent in this piece.

You also have a good sense of pacing. This tune builds up
very nicely from the beginning, adding layers, quickening
the tempo.

The intensity builds until just before the mid-point, then
backs down a bit before building up again. I would have
liked that quiet part to have more "oomph" to create more
suspense, as it culminated in the loud section.

I agree with rschletty that the loud section is too loud; I
had to turn the volume down. I really liked the drum track
at that point, though. Very nice groove! Tasteful rhythms.

The "ramp down" after the loud section was a bit
anticlimactic, to my ears anyway.

This piece seems to be all about pacing. You did a great
job with the textures and rhythms. Maybe adjust the high-
and low-points of intensity a bit more, to create a better

Very nice tune -- good job!

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TalktoWind said 5395 days ago (September 17th, 2004)
nice sound textures
Thanks a lot Cameron.
I will take your suggest about the loud sound. I will try to fix that part.
I have achieved the limit of my G4 processor (red bar on all the track)
so i think i have to cut off some tracks.
Maybe it's time to buy a G5 :-)


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handovergold said 5394 days ago (September 18th, 2004)
I like the sonic development of the piece, and if in the context of listening while driving, I would say that it flows quite nicely. I listened to it through a pair of AKG K240 headphones and thought the dynamics were right on... did you already make the adjustments that were discussed above? I like this one a lot--8888. I would sing to it. (hint!)
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TalktoWind said 5394 days ago (September 19th, 2004)
thanks hand
i didn't make the adjustments yet. i'm working on other two tracks.
i'm glad if you want try to sing this tune.
I'have one with my voice (effected with "telephone line") but i don't like it.
I'm not so clever with my voice, or maybe i'm afraid to listen the results.
hey you have wonderful headphones. i have used an AKG in a studio and it
has an amazing sound.

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packosmokes said 5393 days ago (September 19th, 2004)
Oh man!
I just LOVED this track! Amazing textures and it kind
of takes you where you don't expect to go.
Wonderful mix and I was especially fond of the build
towards the end. Very dynamic!

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TalktoWind said 5393 days ago (September 20th, 2004)
Oh man!
Thx packos
i'm glad you like my music.
I know your works and i like it.
I try to put in my music something unexpected.
I don't succeed!
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SlimGirlFat said 5391 days ago (September 21st, 2004)
as always, I'm a big fan... excellent track Rob

TobinMueller said 5380 days ago (October 2nd, 2004)
Great build but the moment of passion disappoints
Excellent intro mood and sound choices. Nice
mesmerizing arpeggio grooves and haunting melody. The
production is minimalism par excellence, in the New Age
realm, with a haunting edge that creeps in half way thru.
the builds to the electric guitar break thru is very smooth
and subdued-exciting. But the "guitar" solo lacks the
energy and passion of the promise. The decrescendo and
fall back into the groove is equally smooth. Nice
recapitulation. Very interesting track.
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TalktoWind said 5375 days ago (October 7th, 2004)
Great build but the moment of passion disappoints
Thanks for your comment Tobin
Maybe next time i will ask to a "real" guitarist to put his
sound on my track.

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TennesseeVic said 5228 days ago (March 3rd, 2005)
This may be....
...the longest downtempo track I've heard so far.

And your imagination doesn't let up, the piece stays
interesting throughout.

I'll ditto the comment about the levels, but otherwise this
is top stuff!
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TalktoWind said 5223 days ago (March 8th, 2005)
This may be....
Thank you T.
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