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Cameron - leaving Chicago




SHAWLIN [be] - 15 years ago

veeeeeeeeeeeeeery nice !

keep going, nice voice sample !


dorkbot [be] - 15 years ago

allthough this is not my kind of genre i can appreciate this track... maybe a bit to repetitive, but is probably the whole point.
would definitly work in the afeterhours in some club,
sounds quite old school!

Anonymous [be] - 15 years ago

Nice track, cool vocal, very nice

Funky [be] - 15 years ago

Nicely done! Got the voice samp on a record somewhere...Fits perfect in the song..Rather minimal..Nice filter & pad...This is turntable material, a bit later on the evening...I dig this! :) Grtz

NuyoricanMilk [be] - 15 years ago

probably your best song so far...

descent progressive tech house!

some little structure adjustments and this song is ready to be played...

cestqui [be] - 15 years ago

will repeat comment after comment

>>more power needed>>too silent>>more volume

how can i enjoy it,when its playing 50 percent more silent,then other music;

i think ya have a oversensetive audiometer(just beeing ironicle)

kiande [be] - 15 years ago

"how can i enjoy it,when its playing 50 percent more silent,then other music" i really hope you are joking. your statement would implicate that all music recorded before fancy mastering equipment was available, is not enjoyable...? musical quality has a lot more to do with notes than with production skills.. off the record, most modern productions are over-mastered, way too loud, all dynamics squashed flatter than justine's tits, and utterly lifeless. as an example, compare stubru and klara on your radio, i find stubru become tiring after an hour's listen. why? overcompressed.

notes people, notes is all that matters in music. something that is forgotten way too often.

Cameron [be] - 15 years ago

:-) kiande is speeking the true i think

Pirate [be] - 15 years ago

very good track. nice voices.

heatfuse [be] - 15 years ago

kiande I believe cestqui didnt mean the mastering in itself but the dB's

cestqui [be] - 15 years ago

let me be very clear,to anyone

to kiande,i need to put out lots of text,or hours,so he wont mis-interperate me,i'm tired of your negative shit,

did ya comment anything about this track??

did ya contribute to the music in here?or users(yeah,getting rid of them)

i gone give you a comment(in here,since ya never post),you never made anything clear,only puzzles,may be at this moment,ya are depressed by the level of MUSIC we newbe's(4years before)post nowadays,(and i talk on behalf of them)

talk talk,chit chat ..all the time,post something,make us proud,muhahaha

1 thing you are wright about,its all about the notes,but keep in mind

bands like renocerose,are not the only good types of music,

i know your type,only thing thats good,is your own

ps,dident' say i did not like his track cause its 50 perc less louder then the rest,

i'm saying,,that i wont make the effort,to turn up my monitors,to hear it louder,

and why would i comment on structure,or melo's,if it was good;
at least,(i hope)the guy in question will benefit from my comments(louder volumes)

voila,another pointless text,some entertainment on e-bel


Cameron [be] - 15 years ago

hi cestqui, "problem" with my soundcard is fixed. Hope my next track is on good volume

cestqui [be] - 15 years ago

finaly,and that nobody questions me anymore,or i will lett ya'll be

then we will have a laugh,when i say things its not personal,only the people that disurve comments,will get them;

it was just a shame,good music,played at uncomfortable volumes,had to tell you

i hope ya are happy that i was that persistant about it,and in a fashionable way ,that ya care

not like certain people,if i want to make something clear,its clear,with enough info,to look up your faulths

so,im happy to hear ya new mastered stuff,greeeeeeeetz

firefrog [be] - 15 years ago

i understand sikkie very well: as dj it is also annoying when tracks are too silent. then i have to pump up my gain way too much (and sometimes, i vahe to open my eq all the way, cause the gain by itself isn't enough yet). it is a "small" detail while producing, but not a matter to forget. about the track: superb feelings!! like most of your other stuff it is veeery good in sounds!! but as some remarks: sometime there is need of better mixing (somstimes there is more need of bass in your tracks)

kiande [be] - 15 years ago

"as dj it is also annoying when tracks are too silent" or when the others are too loud.. just a different point of view i guess ;) for example, mix a new house track with an old ABBA track (yeah i like ABBA, eat my shorts :p) in the end i do not bother too much with mastering, you need a very trained ear to do it properly (not to mention some high-end equipment). that's why i recommend to concentrate on the music instead.

"i know your type,only thing thats good,is your own" that would be a bit unfair now isn't it. for the record, i often think my own music sounds like donkeyballs, but i don't post my failures, only the ones i'm more or less proud of.

ELECTROWHITE [be] - 15 years ago

Tom this track wicked, where did that vocal come from!