[Downtempo/Chillout/Ambient] Scrapped - Soma(Deadmau5 Inspired)

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Scrapped, Sep 11, 2012.

  1. Scrapped

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    Hey Boards!


    Well I finished another track in the past two days and I would love to get some feedback :rofl:
    It took me a solid 11 rough hours to put it together so opinions are muuuuuuch apprecaited :)


    The only thing I stole of the mau5 was the midi information for the piano. I have always loved the breakdown in the Soma track and felt the need to add in my own twist.

    Everything else you hear is done by me.




    Anything I should work on? :pat:
     
  2. Von Herzog

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    whats the piano vst?
     
  3. Scrapped

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    There are many layers to the piano. I used more than 1 vst.
     
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    It is pretty. Well put together. But the chord progression never changes. Or you never change that last note to "un-complete" the chord progression giving the listener wanting for more. Other than that it is very good.
     
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    Thanks Man.. I know what you mean. Considering the breakdown of Soma and the chord progression was really all I got from the song I didn't take it anywhere else hehe. I tried to stay true to the section without taking it too far.
    There was one piano layer that I changed a lot when it came to the breakdown and 2nd section. It was a lot of effect driven changes and reversed sounds. I guess it wasn't enough :(


    Where would you take it?