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Project Name: Sands of Time
Status: Feedback
Artist:  Poohbear Tempo:  135 bpm
License:  Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works Signature:  4/4
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 Comment Title: Sands of Time
 Comment Posted: Wed May 07, 2014 
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Location: South
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Reason Version: 7
Interface: Creative X-fi pro
Controller: Nektar P4
This started off a very clunky song, I think I tamed it a bit :lol:

Gone a bit mad with RE's.

This song includes the
Radical Piano
Predator
PX7
Parsec
plus the usual NN-XT and ID8 (wow no Thor... may have to change that lol)


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RE: ABL2 Bass Synthesizer, Antidote, Parsec, PredatorRE, PX7, Quad, Radical Keys\Piano, ReDominator, Synchronous

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 Comment Title: Re: Sands of Time
 Comment Posted: Wed May 07, 2014 
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Reason Version: 10
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Luv it. It's full of good surprises.

I need to get off my @$$ and make some new tracks.

I think it's time to collaborate. I'll be posting something soon.

Thanks for the inspiration!





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 Comment Posted: Wed May 07, 2014 
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It was one of my 24 hours songs as in I started it yesterday and finished it today.

I think there are some.. Hmmm, crap bits (not so good bits) but that helps highlight the good bits :D
The first break I aint totally happy with, remind me of a 8bit game LOL but at the same time there is something about it.
The 2nd break on the other hand I luv (if I may say so) that bass just fell into place, luv it when that happens :D

I need to throw a few more like this out to get the creative side flowing again...


Bring the collaboration on :D





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RE: ABL2 Bass Synthesizer, Antidote, Parsec, PredatorRE, PX7, Quad, Radical Keys\Piano, ReDominator, Synchronous

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 Comment Posted: Sat May 10, 2014 
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Reason Version: 7
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Now that I have been listening to this song on different devices etc it has grown on me. I think I need to lift the bass a bit as it's lost on some low end devices that lack the bass frequencies...





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 Comment Posted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 
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Reason Version: 9.5
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If you make your pads more dynamic, the piece will become more "3D" to listen to; just a bit flat as it is. Arpeggio work is really nice.

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 Comment Posted: Wed May 30, 2018 
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Reason Version: 10
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Hya Poohbear, First time listening on this forum. Really enjoyed this track straight off. If you're of a certain age you might agree it sounded perfect to accompany an episode of Bodie and Doyle in the 'Professionals', or Tubbs and Crocket in 'MIami Vice' (TV action - good guys / bad guys).
For me, the tinkling high pitched instrument seemed a bit 'dry' and was starting to become a bit too prominent over the duration of the piece, and it might have benefited from either dropping it's level in the mix, or maybe diffusing it a bit with some reverb.
Otherwise, well paced and good driving music that generated some excitement (after all music is meant to reach you emotionally....)

Regards

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