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hamst3rf1sh 2013-01-30 22:08

Only right twice (experimental)
 
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Some playful experimental electronica I've been cooking up.

rVOLT 2013-01-31 02:50

its so quiet...

deepndark 2013-01-31 08:13

I like when the bells and other percussions came in. Nice piano parts. Some net radio that I don't remember the name of, plays this kinda music.

hamst3rf1sh 2013-01-31 11:21

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Originally Posted by rvolt (Post 1229470)
its so quiet...

I think you may have a point. It's meant to sound like it's in the distance... not on another continent though.

hamst3rf1sh 2013-01-31 11:23

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Originally Posted by pirnikas (Post 1229566)
I like when the bells and other percussions came in. Nice piano parts. Some net radio that I don't remember the name of, plays this kinda music.

Cheers, I mostly made this for my dad to be honest. He used to put The Orb on in the car whenever we went anywhere so I've developed a soft spot for lighthearted sample based electronica.

mastertonyd 2013-01-31 15:34

I like it! Very creative!

hamst3rf1sh 2013-01-31 15:54

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Originally Posted by mastertonyd (Post 1229747)
I like it! Very creative!

Thanks Tony.

stephencolbert5 2013-02-01 09:08

I think both are great. :)

My only tip might be either sticking with gentle sounds throughout or sticking with not-gentle sounds throughout, because gentle sounds tend to attract an audience that dislikes not-gentle sounds and vice versa.

Keep us posted. :)

moofi 2013-02-01 09:43

good one :)

hamst3rf1sh 2013-02-01 10:18

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Originally Posted by stephencolbert5 (Post 1230180)
I think both are great. :)

My only tip might be either sticking with gentle sounds throughout or sticking with not-gentle sounds throughout, because gentle sounds tend to attract an audience that dislikes not-gentle sounds and vice versa.

Keep us posted. :)

I appreciate your point and in all fairness you're probably right to a large degree. That said I'm not aiming for commercial success really; I make my tunes primarily for my own pleasure and I really like fusing sounds that don't necessarily belong together :P

Cheers for the feedback.


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