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I was in a very serene mood when I started producing this track and by the end of this week long production, I wasn't in a serene mood anymore :) Even though this is a simple themed track I had nothing but problems mixing the track down but I think I have finally got there.

Hope you enjoy the track any critique welcome.

Video coming in a few days.
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Uploaded: Apr 28, 2012 - 01:55:57 PM
Last Updated: Apr 28, 2012 - 01:55:57 PM Last Played: May 26, 2019 - 02:34:31 AM
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J-Dookie said 2608 days ago (April 28th, 2012)
I dig it.
two thumbs up playa
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AndeeScott said 2608 days ago (April 28th, 2012)
Thanks :)
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PeterB7858 said 2607 days ago (April 29th, 2012)
Hi Andee. This has a celebratory, triumphal feel without going over the top. You have used dissonance well to build tension and the welling strings add nicely to the mood. Enjoyed. Regards, Peter.
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AndeeScott said 2607 days ago (April 29th, 2012)
Pacificatory, Definition: Tending to make peace, also means feeling friendliness and serenity. That's what I was going for in this track, from your comment I can see you have understood that feeling so I'm happy :)
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Parichayaka said 2604 days ago (May 2nd, 2012)
Beautifully strange
And I love unusual. I think you also did an excellent job with the mix. Full, but clean with the instruments placed well. The piano alone could carry this piece! The dissonant synth fade in adds a great layer of mystique to the otherwise sunny feel. Just like the artwork - something foreboding about the way light hits the scene.

The beginning in fact reminds me of Andrews' Donnie Darko soundtrack which I still listen to. If anything at all, I was wondering about the drum kit and rhythm - it's so defined in its sound, when everything else has an ethereal touch to it. The timpani is perfect!

Thanks for another cool download from you!
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AndeeScott said 2604 days ago (May 2nd, 2012)
You have awesome ears! the Timpani was added just to give weight to the pianos bass, and I tried to blend the two together to give the impression of a big sound, Yet you picked it out :)

The drum kit was a vst drum loop I chopped the crap out of. I also replaced the kick for a louder clearer sound to make if bounce out at you when I wanted it to. Everything else in the mix was to fill out and play with the star of the show the Piano.

Also thanks for the great comment.
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paul f. page said 2603 days ago (May 3rd, 2012)
at 45
when the bass comes in...a special moment in this hypnotic score. You do, though, pretty much exhaust those two chords for the song's duration. I wonder if a true melody might spring out of this wonderful soundbed? Just a thought.
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AndeeScott said 2601 days ago (May 5th, 2012)
I'm thinking of going back and doing something different with the ending it does get a bit repetitive the last minute. Oh btw your right of course there is only two chords but they are in many different inversion interlaced within a few different melody's if you listen again :) But I agree the song needs more and I'm thinking the ending is where the change needs to be.
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