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New song, new style... Any opinions?

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Empirism  
24 Apr 2011 03:01 | Quote
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Hi m8's just got ready a new song, its quite an "easy listening" stuff maybe, but anyway... what you think of it? My plan is to get my wife to sing on that... havent got lyrics ready thou, I think I remove melody parts and reconstruct them with the singing. Now they are just an idea... well, anyway



Emp
DanielM  
24 Apr 2011 03:26 | Quote
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Ah this is really a song I can lose myself in well done. Great mixing, great tune.

You could always leave the melody parts in and have a melodic interplay between your wife's vocals and the guitar.

Hope to hear the very final version some day.
nullnaught  
24 Apr 2011 05:08 | Quote
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very cool. Almost sounded almond brothersy.
JazzMaverick  
24 Apr 2011 07:51 | Quote
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When the first two chords played I predicted it would go a certain way and you surprised me with the difference! I love it Emp, a really good composition, I could play this in repeat for hours. In fact... I'm going to! :)
nullnaught  
24 Apr 2011 08:15 | Quote
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how do you do that jazzmaveric?

Empirism  
25 Apr 2011 10:47 | Quote
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Not that she will do that LOL, but you COULD do it by clickin second button with 3dots on the right low corner of the player, where you get an link to share address, where you can download the song and play it with loop whole year... I dont suggest doing it with this song thou :D...

Cheers, thanks for the listenings m8s.
Emp
Guitarslinger124  
25 Apr 2011 13:46 | Quote
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Great mix down man! Song was fantastic as well. I think that some of the drums fills were a little too hectic for the feel of the song, if you know what I mean. Loved the tone and feel; great job.

Rock on!
matt8675  
25 Apr 2011 14:19 | Quote
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You could get that on the radio.
Crash171  
25 Apr 2011 18:01 | Quote
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Wait what am I missing. Where is the link?
Empirism  
26 Apr 2011 17:41 | Quote
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@chrash
it should be in player. But here it is:

http://www.4shared.com/audio/u7Q0Nuvb/Empirism_-_Just_Behind_the_cor.html
Notim  
26 Apr 2011 18:18 | Quote
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I agree with GS drum fills are a little frantic but very cool emp
MoshZilla1016  
26 Apr 2011 19:22 | Quote
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Good job Emp. I would love to hear more like this. Like Jazz, I could listen to this over and over.
btimm  
26 Apr 2011 20:33 | Quote
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Also agree with the drum fills comments, but this is very very good Emp. I look forward to hearing more music from you!
tinyskateboard  
27 Apr 2011 11:54 | Quote
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I understand, but don't agree with the drum fills comments. I like nothing more than two conflicting elements within a song. Great job man..it's eminently listenable.
Empirism  
27 Apr 2011 14:51 | Quote
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Cool, thanks for the feedbacks. They are very encouraging. Yeah tiny, that was the idea behind the fills, thou I admit, sometimes they could slip to overkill but,... :D... I happen to do so often anyway..

I think I easy the fills a bit when singing comes in the show.
Cheers m8s.

Emp



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