oalstars collective - bullet time / soundcloud

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by groelle, Mar 23, 2010.

  1. groelle

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    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    Great intro! Really got the atmosphere set, wouldve liked to here a low volume sweeping pad underneath the piano after the speech to help with the atmosphere. But this is a really musical piece. Did you write the piano yourself or is it a sample? Cos it really does set the mood!
     
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    nice, reminds me a bit of that old nero tune dick tracey. i like the ideas this, the piano works well with the wob thing. jus think the wob could do with bein a bit more on the gnarlier side. i think the pad stuff worked into it is good too
     
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    the piano is more or less a cover of the main max paine theme, have a listen at youtube for comparison ;)

    thanks for the honesty guys. hope you enjoyed it!
     
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    anyone else?

    would love to know how the mix transponds to other systems, and some feedback on the mixdown in general would be sweet. ;)

    if anyone wants to play it, just write a pm or a drop us a message on soundcloud :)
     
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    I think the tune needs more in it, this is just my pref. I like the piano and the music around it, but i think the drop could do with some tweeking. Dunno if the dancefloor orientated sounds (wob wob wob wob) suits this piece of music. think it would be nice as a dark liquid roller tho :)