Tags : | Fusion | 4.80 MB

Description : Here's a collab I made with cool guy who goes by Bell Rosen. He's an interesting guy with an amazing way of instrumentation that I'm not used to. His structure with the acoustic guitar with my structure of general instrumentation made this interesting combination. I will surely try to bring him in this site ASAP to demonstrate his unique styles. Oddly, he is in the same state as me, yet in a completely different time zone. This track was incredible to make. I'm not sure what the genre would be, so considering it has different possibilities, I'll list it as fusion, which would consist of what some fellow loopers call Celtic, Jazz, and New Age. What do you guys think?

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  1. jamalsaleem786
    jamalsaleem786 on Mon 23rd Feb 2015 - 4 years ago

    Very nic ok and atar naw

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you!

    ~GO

  2. GramoChopin
    GramoChopin on Mon 20th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Nice soft subtle feel to this. Smooth like texture to it, relaxing. Reminds me a hint of some songs on the .Hack game soundtracks. Great collabo. Very nice piano. Digz it, peace

    Gramo/Neo

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I appreciate the comment, Gramo/Neo. I'm looking forward to working with Rozen soon. This track has elements I've never used in my tracks before.

    ~Ookami

  3. RampatheSwift
    RampatheSwift on Mon 20th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Sweet sweet bass line. Interesting pitch bends/glides. REALLY like the sound and groove of the drums. Real jazzy. Synth sound and melody is dope when it comes in. Overall amazing track. Like nothing i heard before really. Fusion for sure. Awesome stuff. You guys should collaborate more if this is the result =]

    RAMPA\\\

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks Rampa! Rozen and I made this interesting track, unintentionally at first, actually. His styles are beyond unique, which I absolutely love. Hopefully in the near future, he and I can do more tracks together.

    ~Ookami

  4. doudei
    doudei on Mon 20th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    versatile and progressive fusion tune, just how i like it! i think fusion fits this, could be as well chillout or maybe even folk. sometimes it's just a matter of how conservative or not the subject is i guess :)
    i found some exceptional parts in the melodies, also impressed by the sound choices and mix. the first "yeah!" moment was at around 1:20, that silky smooth synth has a lovely sound. right up my alley - think i melted a little inside.
    on the off chance that you already know all these things i am about to mention anyway, here my thoughts:
    if anything, then the intro could probably use some more attention. even though what follows makes up for those minor imperfections by far, it just doesn't do the rest of the track fully justice. it is nothing major though and should be easy to fix. for one you might get slightly more realistic results by tweaking the velocity of cherry-picked notes and do adjustments to the mapped parameters that are affected by velocity, if necessary. for plucked instruments i think an amp-env attack or sample-start mapping should already be all you need to get some improvements. sometimes a touch of filter cutoff modifier mixed in can't harm either, especially when there is only one sample for the whole 1-127 velocity range as they tend to sound still very plucky and bright even when using an as flat as possible attack envelope.
    finally, for quick successively played notes experiment with different velocity slopes. exponential/logarithmic shapes are the way to go for emulating natural expressions. and the last thing: i found the pitch bends at the beginning slightly distracting, maybe they are a tad too accentuated?
    fantastic tune guys. hat off to you sirs - and thanks for the download!

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I appreciate your comment. The way this track was set up is interesting. Rozen and I did this 50-50. We weren't even in the same room, let alone same city. Rozen made the intro which I left untouched. I figured, not only is he keen with his specific style of music, but he is also my guest, I wanted to keep it as Ookami-free as possible. Since his style is untraditional, I'd rather not make it anything else. The acoustic guitar, with it's pitch bend was his original idea, and given that I've never been able to do such...let alone knowing you can, I kept it. Everything else was done as if automatically. He and I worked on this with our ideas, and placed them into the track. This isn't my style, but interestingly enough, it wasn't his either. Thanks for the comment. I'm looking forward to doing more with him. Take care. :)

    ~Ookami

  5. gomagn
    gomagn on Mon 20th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Nice track, very meditative!

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you very much. I enjoyed making this with my partner, Rozen.

    ~Ookami

  6. ballhousebeats
    ballhousebeats on Mon 20th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    nice work love it

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks! Hope to do more of this soon!

    ~Ookami

  7. PeteTebar
    PeteTebar on Fri 17th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Hi Ookami, very interesting piece with interesting notes and chords. I echo a couple of comments on here about sounding middle age. At times it does have a celtic feel mixed with jazz. A couple of dissonant notes I found odd, but overall it sounded fantastic. Very good effort from you and Ben.

    Pete

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Much appreciated Pete. My partner for this track, Rozen, has a very specific style which is one of its kind in terms of musical style. He and I working together was amazing. This track was intended to have a middle age style, but it consists of other genres as well. Thanks again!

    ~Ookami

  8. BellRohzn
    BellRohzn on Fri 17th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Nice song

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I know right? We did an awesome job on this. I'm looking forward to making more with you very soon, my friend.

    ~Ookami

  9. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Fri 17th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Ookami this is fabulous !
    The guitar intro almost sounds like a spinnet.
    The piano and the spacey sounding synth are quite contrasting but I love it.
    Totally fresh and unique.
    Really enjoyed it man.

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks Neo! This was absolutely different for me. I've never made nor heard anything like this before. Rozen has a very different style which made this possible to make. I'm looking forward to working with him some more. Thank you again!

    ~Ookami

  10. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Thu 16th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Really like this one GoldenOokami....I played bass with a group for a while so I really like the walking bass style myself...contrasts nicely with the guitar lines...I hear a bit of medevil/new age in it (mainly the guitar & key bits)...This definitely is different and the good thing about that is it makes a real interesting listen all the way to the end...the interaction of the instruments if certainly not your standard fare so it might not appeal to everyone but this ol boy enjoyed it in any genre you like......well done guys.....keep on...Ed

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you Ed. My partner for this track, Rozen, has a specific producing style which made this unique track possible. The intention was medieval-based, but it took off from there. Very proud of this track, and the awesome collaboration.

    ~Ookami

  11. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Thu 16th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    I have always appreciated that sort of music which tends to be
    different and unconventional and this is exactly the case with this interesting piece. In spite of some apparent dissonance issues, this works for me in general. My favourite aspects of this track are piano driven parts which are just great and deserve a 'fav' according to this listener..:)

    Compliments_____Orlando

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you very much! This track has elements which I was unsure of how to work with, but at the end, I am proud. My partner, Rozen, has incredible skills in terms of producing with Fl Studio. I have never heard anything to what he's done, and being able to work with him was simply amazing. Very proud of this track. Thanks again!

    ~Ookami

  12. midisparks
    midisparks on Thu 16th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    sweet sounding guitars at the beginning. you could say the bass has a "walking" feel to it that speaks to the jazz influence. I like the slightly bi-tonal sound of the piano against some harmonies in the background. it's a very gentle, colorful work. nice job.

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you! This track was a different style for me altogether. My partner on this track has a very non-traditional style with Fl Studio, which was very interesting to work with. Thank you again!

    ~Ookami

  13. Evisma
    Evisma on Mon 13th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Piano or keyboard line was the highlight for me.

    A few notes on top of each other that probably shouldn't be. A few dissonant spots.

    The quick plucking of the acoustic is neat, though it sounds pretty fake, I still like the line.

    Overall I liked it.

    By the way, your name backwards is "I'm a kooned log". If this has an meaning to you, good, but I don't get it.

    Take care.

    Evan

    Evan

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I appreciate it! This track was done 50% by Rozen, and 50% by myself. He did the first half initially, and I took on the rest of the track. Majority of the things he put initially, I didn't touch. He and I agreed that we liked the final outcome before putting it on here. His style isn't really traditional, as you can hear from this track. I also heard a lot of off things, but it wasn't what I did, nor what I wanted to fix. If those things I'm not used to are included, and was made by my partner, I kept it in, for that's what gives the track its uniqueness, in my eyes. Thanks for the comment! And also...I never noticed the backwards spelling. That's hilarious. Ookami is Japanese for wolf, and Gold(en) is my favorite color. ;)

    ~Ookami

  14. ProgRockDan1
    ProgRockDan1 on Sun 12th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Very interesting collaboration full of cool changes.

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thank you a lot! I enjoyed this alot.

    ~Ookami

  15. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 11th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Not Jazz as it's a melange of Celtic folk scale and modern minimalism (Philip Glass). But that's just the musical disection. as a listening piece it's just damn fun.
    Cru

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks Cru. Actually I decided to go on with Fusion, since I've gotten different genre preferences. This was really abnormal for me to make in a sense that working with my partner in this track give a new sense of style. If you check out my other tracks, this one, at least to me, sounds the most different.

    ~Ookami

  16. coysinkent
    coysinkent on Fri 10th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Nice work, sweet vibe

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Thanks, Coy. I appreciate it.

    ~Ookami

  17. joecramer
    joecramer on Fri 10th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Hi GoldenOokami

    Sounds like "middleage music in a new style" to me, not realy like jazz.

    Nice soundscape for me ears. Maybe the bass is a little to freaky for my opinion but thats not important.
    It´s nice calm and relaxed, just right for a little daydream.

    But who the heck is "the person", "the guy", "this guy"?
    Sounds a bit like - it´s not allowed ta say his name -
    Is he Lord Voldemort?????

    If he´s so important for this track, why you dont tell us who he is?

    stay tuned
    joe

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Hello Joe. Appreciate your comment. As other loopers have named other genres the track could be, I decided to go with Fusion. As for my collab partner, I didn't post his name or anything because I wasn't sure if he wanted to be publicly named. But I fixed that, for he confirmed he indeed didn't mind. I appreciate you bringing that to my attention. Most people wouldn't care to question about this other "guy" for he could have been some big time record producer. Anyhow, I appreciate your words! And I'm sure Rosen would too.

    ~Ookami

  18. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Fri 10th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    hi Ookami, very nice and dynamic track! Good piano part (I wonder if it is just a loop or I can actually hear you playing?) bringing much harmonic clarity and 'stability' to the music. I think the bass-line is always a kind of a crutial factor in a jazz-genre music. That's why I do not see it really as a jazz track itself. I mean... maybe I would expect somehow a kind of a chord-changes clarity in the 16 bars structures here... but it appears for a moment when you intruduce the piano! For the most part it's a kind of a relaxing/new age indeed and fusion nice-music containing very interesting elements (nice mellow syhth solo line!). Even some folk flavors (acoustic guitar?). Nice ideas for music here and pretty creative track. Good work. Alex

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Hi Alex. Thank you for your words. I originally played it, however I decided to just use Nexus with it's Piano function, make the pattern, and used that instead. I thought it was Jazz-like due to the percussion patterns that were used, however, I've come to the conclusion that since the other looper commenters said other genres, I'd list it as fusion. I appreciate it again!

    ~Ookami

  19. soundhound
    soundhound on Fri 10th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    It has all the Jazz elements Chord structure says it's something else...
    Harmonic formulas are not there yet, a freaky sax doing counterpoint
    punching those lines may do the trick...

    Could almost go into the Celtic Jazz mode, some Bagpipe jazz kinda stuff.. :-)

    Over all cool track...

    Peace...TG.

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    Much appreciated Soundhound. I thought the drum patterns had that Jazz-like feel. But I decided to just go with Fusion as the genre. This is one of the most different styles I've made, but I appreciate your words nevertheless.

    ~Ookami

  20. ScottB55
    ScottB55 on Fri 10th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Really cool track, G.O. Little confused about the jazz genre, though. Has a nice 'new age' feel to it. Very well balanced on all instrument. Love the keys.

    Cheers,
    Scott

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I appreciate it Scott. I suppose the percussion had that Jazz feeling to it, however I decided to put the genre as fusion. Other looper commenters have said other genres along with yours. Nevertheless, I appreciate your comment and your time to listen.

    ~Ookami

  21. DJSLTUK
    DJSLTUK on Fri 10th Oct 2014 - 4 years ago

    Nice Melodic opening sequence with subtle jazz beats coming into play. Some very nice guitar riffs moving the song along with a complimenting piano makes this song listening too. Not sure why however this song gives me a reminder to listen to Rene Audbrys Gruffalo Childs music again...which I guess is a compliment to this song.

    Great Workz, WellDone GoldenOokami

    DJ-SLT-UK

    GoldenOokami
    Reply by GoldenOokami

    I greatly appreciate your words DJ SLT UK. Thanks for seeing some similarity. Makes me feel like I'm not going too far in this sound.

    ~Ookami

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