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Decapatator

Postby polgara » Sat Mar 15, 2014 1:13 pm

Hi there, here`s one i started about a year ago and never perused it any further than what it is ,i may have been inspired by a weekend trip to Whitby for the "goth weekend" last year .don`t know if it sounds a bit childish but anyway.
https://soundcloud.com/dedgehog/decapatator
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Re: Decapatator

Postby shadowfax » Sun Mar 16, 2014 9:59 pm

Like this a lot!! nice and raw..reminded me of quicksilver messenger service...enjoyed the unusual guitar work...

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Re: Decapatator

Postby polgara » Mon Mar 17, 2014 3:23 pm

shadowfax wrote:Like this a lot!! nice and raw..reminded me of quicksilver messenger service...enjoyed the unusual guitar work...

well done...Kevin
thanks Kevin ,thanks for the luv it on soundcloud . the avatars you use, thats you init. :lol: ....quicksilver messenger service ,wow, they are definitely on sumit
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Re: Decapatator

Postby Digitalik Studio » Mon Mar 17, 2014 9:28 pm

Good work man!
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Re: Decapatator

Postby Neil B » Mon Mar 24, 2014 8:38 pm

Ha, I'm off to Whitby for a week in May. Hope it inspires me to do some crisper mixes than usual.
Quite liked it & I'm not a heavy fan. My only criticism was that I wanted at least a few of the suspensions to be resolved. The hanging chord at the end of each loop - I just wanted one or 2 to have a resolving deeper chord before the next section now & again.
Not explaining myself very well, am I?
Liked it though.

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Re: Decapatator

Postby Early21 » Tue Mar 25, 2014 3:15 am

Yup, like it! Nice to hear a player here. As Kevin points out, great raw sound.
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Re: Decapatator

Postby Makumbaria » Tue Mar 25, 2014 5:50 am

Very cool! I loved the guitar riffs (and the guitar solo was very good too).

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Re: Decapatator

Postby polgara » Tue Mar 25, 2014 12:20 pm

Neil B wrote:Ha, I'm off to Whitby for a week in May. Hope it inspires me to do some crisper mixes than usual.
Quite liked it & I'm not a heavy fan. My only criticism was that I wanted at least a few of the suspensions to be resolved. The hanging chord at the end of each loop - I just wanted one or 2 to have a resolving deeper chord before the next section now & again.
Not explaining myself very well, am I?
Liked it though.

Neil B
Thanks for the listen glad you liked it ,you`d have to post an example of how you would alter the chords so i could hear what you mean ,i don`t mind how it is at the moment with the tension .Hope the weather is good for you at Whitby,it`s always windy and cold when i go. Careful if you go walking on the cliff top, the path looks like it could drop in the sea any minute and it`s a long drop,but it`s all good fuuuuuuuuuuuuuun.Splatt!!!! :roll: soz about that

Early21 wrote:Yup, like it! Nice to hear a player here. As Kevin points out, great raw sound.
thanks Early, i think on that one i used the cubase vst amp rack .cheers

Makumbaria wrote:Very cool! I loved the guitar riffs (and the guitar solo was very good too).

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