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Rag - Down at Sea, Up at Noon

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Hi, this is my first try of a downbeat/ambient song
it's a little minimalistic
i think there is still some work on it so any suggestions and comments are welcome
hope you enjoy it

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liquidbass [be] - 9 years ago

very cool!
 

eckhart [be] - 9 years ago

yea not bad, but sometimes the cracking (is it ment to be there?) is annoying... some parts of the melody/harmony have great potential, but i think it's lacking structure... try to work out the best parts to a coherent song... and it's idd a bit (too) minimal. Add at least a bassline to warm things up. Song has potential though! now make it work ;)
 

Rag [be] - 9 years ago

thx
yeah the cracking is mend to be there, you're right it is sometimes annoying, and i'll put down the delay on the beats a little. And for me now the structure is just like i want it so i don't think i'm going to change that, for now :p
but thanks for the comment
 

crolerbedo [be] - 9 years ago

Sound needs to be cleaned... at least try to get a "voluntary" crackling effect if you wanna keep it, 'cuz here it really sounds like "simple" sound clips (meaning your sound hasn't been equalized and stuff).
Otherwise you've got nice sounds, but it's a bit empty. So whether add some elements, and here i join eckhart about the bass, or make it evolve faster...
Keep going mate
 

Rag [be] - 9 years ago

hi crolerbedo what do you mean with voluntary crackling effect? 'Cause I agree with you about it sounding like simple sound clips
 

SandwichGarnier [be] - 9 years ago

nice
same remarks as eckhart & mouton crolé :)
 
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