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For Dan Michaelson
Andy, normally I would say "NEVER" reduce the piano, but in this case, I digress. I really love this piece. It's really special to my ears. I love this S h i t
I like the remixing. Has a more stable front if that means anything. Both version ads so close I like em both.
A fantastic soundscape. To me, it suggested a sunken battleship at bottom of the dark cold ocean.
Wow that intro! I was expecting it to be just that. I was wrong. You went further. You have captured a beautiful sound scape that is invitingly dark and mysterious. Reminds of string theory if we could put a sound to it.
"Dark Matter Fills The Void"...got a bit of Voyager capturing the exit from the Solar system sort of thing...nicely produced dark ambient track...still smartly performed piano and guitar parts, drums/cymbals too, but well-placed in the mix of synths so they work together for an complementary and additive effect...nice one Andy...got more of this direction ahead? All the best, Terry
very atmospheric , would make a good soundtrack for movies/tv
has a mystic dark danger element to it. like the unknown or seeking something in the darkness
title wise , the search for light springs to mind. or lost in the abyss
ending is a bit blunt i'd add more to end with
good track for creating tension
Geez, what a puzzler...an Oakwood tune? Wouldn't have believed it if I wasn't staring at your name right now, certainly a different direction for you. I like the piano stabs, the bits swirling about, and that light touch of percussion. Almost ambient, if it weren't so disturbing, almost like it's ready to give birth to something. Nice work, Andy...I'll give it a few more listens but not sure if that will help bring a title to mind, more inclined to wait and see what you call this
Hauntingly beautiful Andy. Title? "The Future's Destiny".
I began recording songs in January 2006. Genre is rock, pop and jazz with electronica dabbles on a few toons. It's a hobby for me. I record using cubase.
Home studio using a PC, yamaha keyboard, a couple of guitars and a Rode NT1A mic. I use cubase for recording/mixing and wavelab for mastering.
A strange fact - in 1976, the term "Mega" was 1st coined by me and came into general usage as meaning something great or awesome. I was an apprentice electrician at the time and "mega" was a technical prefix meaning "a million times". I remember that all my fellow students started using the term so maybe this was down to me. Nobody hardly says it anymore so i guess it's run it's course.
Another strange fact - i designed a telephone for use in a mortuary. Dead interesting lol!!!
Nice strong melody & energy to this track, would be great for the movies.
wow i felt like i was actually at a pink floyd concert excellent tune.
James Oakwood is a new name to me from MP3 Unsigned but hey, he is a man in love with his bed obviously so he's cool by me. He's also a rock artist which, as you well know, definitely fine by me. According to his webpage, he's only been writing and recording since 2006 and features a tasty pick of all his kit (is that a Dell?); the kind of stuff you need to make rock music. Even
A refreshing track about my fave place, I love it!
Keep em comming Mr Oakwood!!