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Myth of Er (vox version)
Oooo-sir!!! This is epic from the outset man!! Loving your emotional strings Pete, they are beautiful and may I say, hold some darkness!! The whole piece seems to me to be in an emotional turmoil mate!! I say this because of your intentional incidental dischord harmonies....sweet!! I also agree with Terry, this has a massive cinematic charisma and I'm loving it!! Top marks my friend!! Baz
Making the rounds this Sunday afternoon and found this one. You do have a way about you Pete. And it's a way that I always love to follow. Epic as many of yours are......
An astonishing production here and created with a lot of skill. What a soundtrack this would make! Great work; well done.
What an amazing song! Lush production and a total pleasure for my mind and ears. Beautiful work Pete!
You created a terrific atmospheric piece here that must have taken a lot of time. Great intro and your vox sounds great.. Love all those really phat synth sounds and the combo of instruments. Even the silent pauses before the build back up. Not usually a love of dischords but works well for this. Great stuff and a belated Happy New Year to you Pete. Would have been here before if our internet had not been down for 2 weeks but better late than never....All the best...L&B
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Thanks you Dawnsinclair,i would to read your look The Eternal Question.Sounds interesting.Always loved film music so i try now and then to create something close.
Quite a production, very impressive and has me curious about the inspiration. Vaguely recall the myth, well worth a re-read and a few more listens :) Well done, easy rate.
Another grand....epic one could say....piece which could sit well in the movie of one of my books The Eternal Question (I should be so lucky) ....brilliant stuff Pete.
Perfect atmosphere for me. Liked the high vocal when it kicks is in after the breakdown. Felt like it was the transition of new year euphoria into solid realisation of a year awaiting us. Really enjoyed this :)
Brilliant track, very atmospheric. The spoken words sound great. will have to check out that Rovee you used. Good all round production. can hear this in a fantasy film.
Atmospheric intro with the spoken words Pete. Your voice is nicely pitched ...or is it Sean Bean? ;) Really like the bright pad,with a hint of white noise..? Some nice little dischords between the pads and the lead synth. Kept me on my feet lol. Cool breakdown with the piano/oboe combi before the big wall of sound in the finale. Good to hear a new GravitySlip track,mate. Nice one :)
gee, that Rovee worked so well on your vocal, Pete A talent to do more narratives, I think. Huge perc/beats and choir/synths...fantastic and lofty...immersive..pause at 2m created the silence to emerge...sweeps are lush...interesting change again at 2:40, but that created the contrast for the stunning blast of 2:48..melodic line pimped up huge!! What a great selection of the myth of Er from Plato, too...music elevates the tale to cinematic magnificence Happy New Year! )
Got a cool Gothic vibe to this one, Pete :) Those Choir/pads are mint :) Dark and moody too. Nice work fella :) Peace,Ricky
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It's took me a while, but I'm on my second review of my current batch, and this one is by GravitySlip, who works in my most familiar genre!The first thing I hear is a jazzy drumloop, and it's this drumloop that the biggest problem for me! I do like the sound of it, due to production being of the highest quality, but it's more that it sounds rather pedestrian! I personally feel that the drums shoul