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I made this one over the weekend and actually posted yesterday. In the same day, I also yanked it. I've tweaked it some and am reposting for feedback and suggestions. I know it needs work - there's a lot going on in here but I like the whole overall tone of it. Thank you!
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Uploaded: Nov 03, 2008 - 08:36:43 PM
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Feter said 3907 days ago (November 3rd, 2008)
interesting structure ..good for action or suspense ..
i wonder if you are using loops and tweaks them to
your own way ...this showed on the constancy of your
beats and strings parts ..you have a nice understanding
and imagenation ..wish to hear a huge ending for this
as well ...like a long chord ..what do you think ? ..
thank you for sharing this and willing to catchup with
your final take ...!!!
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TracyVosh said 3905 days ago (November 5th, 2008)
The End
Thank you for the comment and suggestion! I agree, it definitely needs a different ending, it's a little abrupt. I'm going to try the long chord...I think that will make a huge difference, as the ending is just as important as the beginning.
PrototypeEightyOne said 3907 days ago (November 3rd, 2008)
i actually really liked it and thought it was pretty intense. It would fit in either a horror or action scenario...Good stuff you've got a good ear!
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TracyVosh said 3905 days ago (November 5th, 2008)
Thanks PEO. I'm so glad you liked it!!
kristyjo said 3906 days ago (November 4th, 2008)
Great use of loops. The ending is a little bit of a let down. (although the loop libraries are part of that problem). A big long chord, as Feter suggests is one way, or just build volume and then end on a staccato chord.
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TracyVosh said 3905 days ago (November 5th, 2008)
Kristy - I appreciate your honesty...you're right - it needs a new ending, for sure. I'm gonna take you and Feter's suggestions back to the drawing board over the weekend and repost. Thanks again!
Parichayaka said 3904 days ago (November 6th, 2008)
Very creative!
Interesting combination of instruments. Has a very direct and engaging energy from beginning to the end. A few ideas, since this kind of music is right up my alley - I'd go easy on the bass 'hit' (listen to MissChaos's Finding Satori, more pronounced but only used to accentuate). Also, you've got a great sound going (nice use of the staccato bass and strings overall!) and with all that, the piano gets lost, maybe you don't even need it. Either that or bring it down an octave and make it louder. One thing I has hoping for was as 'middle part', relaxing the tension for a few bars, there you could just feature the guitar for rhythm and give the beat a short rest, gives the listener a break in intensity. Then when you re-introduce the main theme, it'll have more impact once again. All just ideas. Solid work though. Very eloquent and enjoyable!
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TracyVosh said 3894 days ago (November 16th, 2008)
Thank you...
Thank you so much Parichayaka...I totally appreciate you taking the time to give me all these wonderful suggestions. I'm so new to this - sometimes I just don't hear things a trained ear would normally hear. I will certainly work on Energizer some more and also check out MissChaos's Finding Satori!
DeputyDoofy said 3903 days ago (November 7th, 2008)
Energizer Horror/Thriller
Yes, the end is abrupt, but you can always revisit that. The overall tune is Excellent.
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Jayrodd said 3876 days ago (December 4th, 2008)
I myself always envisioned writing soundtracks and will post something in the near future. That being said, the loops are definately limited, regardless of what programs utilized. do you use midi keyboards and use sounds or use actual synth sounds as well? To incorporate with loopps would fix the issues mentioned. Very nice mood though. Feels like it was off the new Dark Night soundtrack. Good effort.
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TracyVosh said 3874 days ago (December 6th, 2008)
I agree the loops are limited and no, no keyboard incorporated as of yet but I am working on that. It will make a world of difference once I can implement some real instruments into my tracks! Your feedback is much appreciated Jay...thank you!
fireater said 3876 days ago (December 4th, 2008)
thank u 4 the feedback
talk about nice kick ins, I wasn't expecting such hardcore drums. Caught me by surprise. Very nice! I could actually see me flowing some machine gun rapps over it and death metal sreaming.
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TracyVosh said 3874 days ago (December 6th, 2008)
Thanks fireater...that's funny. I like surpises. That's one reason I really liked yours so much - the change in mood caught me by surprise. So yeah...bring it on!
sschedra said 3840 days ago (January 9th, 2009)
Groove and suspense
You can certainly get a lot out of loops. I bet you would just soar if you had a keyboard and Software Instruments. I have Garitan Personal Orchestra and I would recommend it for great orchestral samples. A few caveats, it takes gobs of memory so make sure you have at least 2Meg in your machine. Also its not cheap, I think I paid about $200 for mine. There are any number of good MIDI keyboards around and most electronic keyboards do MIDI and can be used with Garage Band. You are very talented and should feed that talent.
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TracyVosh said 3840 days ago (January 9th, 2009)
Thank you again Stephen...I actually am long-term borrowing a keyboard from a friend of mine but it's a monster to learn, way too many options, it's been overwhelming to say the least. But, I think I'm ready to just dive full on into it - I'm ready to create my own sounds, ya know and get away from the prefabbed loops (well, they are useful). Thank you for checking me out and I look forward to checking out your page when I get home!!
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