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reaman - always 00:00 somewhere


it's always midnight somewhere... the idea of this song is to have fieldrecordings (CC and own) as starting point for this trippy downbeat/loungy track.

the fieldrecordings are a French airport, the London Subway, a Spanish airhostess and the sea (recorded a week ago near Saint-Tropez)

The song has a very nice bassline (with some detailed variations from time to time) if you ask me, a lazy rythm, a hesitating "jazzy" part and a easy to go structure.

Enjoy the trip.





adya [be] - 11 years ago


Rabauw [be] - 11 years ago

All these new songs, when are you going to finish Bring You Down? :D

It's indeed a loungy song, that tone is set from the beginning.
I'm a bit reluctant towards the organ-sounding melody around 1'30, hmm don't really like that one.
Also I get the impression your sound isn't constant all the time (I mean in terms of volume mixing/herz), it may well be the different parts of the song that's causing such perception though.

Then around 4'04" you have that organ-thingy again, I find it most disturbing in the song. Although the sea recording is nice, but maybe you could combine the waves of the sea with some orchestral stringwaves (you know, orchestrations on which you cut back the attack, and increase the release).

Really love the part around 6'20" hmm yummie stuff man. I really like the sound of the acoustic guitar (I always find it hard to edit and mix those down right) But also here I get the impression your soundlevels aren't constant...

So final judgment: Good job compiling the track, but you need to have a look at the endmix again.


Distreality [be] - 11 years ago

nice compo, but some elements, like the radio-vocal are a bit loud in the mix imho

reaman [be] - 11 years ago

Rabauw - you are right about some things and I might consider doing a track without the bells (organs as you call them)

about 'Bring ou down' - it is hell to get it mastered - really... I've done some vocal recordings myself but was kinda sick at that time so I'll probably do them over.
If anyone could take the mastering out of my hands I'd be very pleased cuz' I've been working on it last week and I'm really turning grey hair from it!

Adya and Distreality - thx for commenting!

Rabauw [be] - 11 years ago

just push everyting to the maximum and bang your head :)
Nah, I can imagine the mastering must be very hard on that track.

Anonymous [be] - 11 years ago

wow, i love the voice starting at 1.40, it reminds me of a stewardess and gives me that cosmopolitan airport-feeling. i think that aspect fits the music very well in its slight coldness.

reaman [be] - 11 years ago

thx anonymous...

teebo [be] - 11 years ago

very nice track, i really enjoyed it.
nice beats and atmo

tiger001 [be] - 11 years ago

great "ambient" vocal samples ; i like the idea of capturing contemptory 'sounds' into yr song to give it a meaning in the nowadays.... // strings & pads i would have given more EFX (reverb or something) // and a bit less on the drums, why not downscale them? /// baselp is allmost FCK great !! / difficult to get a whole song out of it in 8 minutes ; but u managed it (to keep overview) // only problem is ; how to sqeeze one second of midnight in 8 minute song? ; why not base yr song on the 24 time zones in the world?