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Tags : | Fusion | 4.00 MB

Description : This is a mashup of Farisha's 'indians vocals 1' and 'bells choir song'. There is a certain alchemy in this mix although Farisha did all the heavy lifting and I basically lined up loops. There is a holiday vibe to this. Kind of works - all props to Farisha for fantastic pellas. Comments are welcome.

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  1. morelkoren
    morelkoren on Wed 13th Jan 2016 - 5 years ago

    Good sound, equilibrate. Great!

  2. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Tue 25th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hello again.

    It’s good you checked Imogen Heap out. Very popular not-quite-mainstream artist who does a lot of impressive stuff. However, she does so much vocally within a single song that she often does some things that I really don’t like. She basically does a bit too much and can be a bit too quirky and weird at times for me. But the best stuff is excellent.

    It was Farisha’s breathy stuff that reminded me of Imogen, as well as some of the higher articulations.

    Good luck on a better ending. You have so many vocals to choose from to try adding delay to as I suggested. Or you could do some mega time stretching eg make a vocal phrase a few times slower so really long. I’ve done that in a few tracks (eg see my track Cult Of One, you’ll probably like the female Asian vocal in that plus its mega time stretching in the second half).

    “lobby for 'ambient acapella' as a new genre”

    Please also lobby for ‘psychedelic’ and/or ‘psychedelic rock’ for me as it’s ridiculous that there’s only one catch-all 'rock' genre. Hell, there’s even 8 bit chiptune, which is a seriously specific, narrow thing.

    Congrats again on your interesting track.

  3. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sun 23rd Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hi. It's really a lovely piece of music and I respect that it's vocals only.

    Reminds me quite a bit of some of the stuff Imogen Heap does, though she's also an excellent music producer and instrument player. Even won the Grammy a few years ago for best engineered album. Check a track from it called Last Train Home to see what I mean.

    The autotune is mildly annoying at times though not really too much of a problem. The beauty of pretty much all those vocals still shines through.

    Even if it is just lining up loops, it's still a fine creation and also a suitable length.

    My only significant criticism is the very end. Not quite definitive enough and really just seems to cut out. If there's no obvious end vocal I suggest taking a long one and adding big delay in order to just let it drift and fade away. Would be a fitting way to conclude this fine vocal piece.

    I think this genre might be called 'ambient acapella' but who cares anyway.


    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks for the comments - as always, very constructive and informative. Listened to Imogen Heap - see the resemblance especially with 'Hide and Seek' although this doesn't touch her work.
    I'll work on the ending - and lobby for 'ambient acapella' as a new genre.
    Thanks again - regards,

  4. danke
    danke on Sat 22nd Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Unique track right here...
    I've never heard same like this at these pages...
    Very atmospherical tone with those (autotuned :-) but heavenly voices...
    Brilliant effort!!!
    Much respect, Danke

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks Danke - (realizing that is redundant)- this one was fun and kind of fell together. Thanks for listening and your comments.

  5. FarishaMusic
    FarishaMusic on Sat 22nd Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    whooaaa they're blended nice!

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks! - all props to you - 'indians vocals 1' really lays well and the 'choir bells song' has a lot of beautiful layers. Thanks for listening and making these beautiful pellas available.

  6. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 21st Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Well, this is pretty cool effort of a track made from only vocal parts, and I applaud you for that! I too feel that Farisha goes a bit far with the autotune effect, and would like to hear her do more without it. Hard to say if fusion is the best description of this, as I couldn't place what it is fusing, seems more like an ambient or chill out sort of piece. It was musically pleasing though. Thanks for sharing!

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks for you comments - I originally had it as Pop and that didn't seem right- oh well - hard to classify. Fusion would be Indian and Choral vocals although that is a stretch. Thanks for listening.

  7. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Thu 20th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    This is really quite hypnotic. I was getting lost in those vocals. This is great! very minimal and well put together.
    This is something a little bit different and we like that round here!
    Well done.

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks FR - no one has ever called my tracks conventional - thanks for your comments - glad you enjoyed it.

  8. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Wed 19th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Hi clindsay....I really like the way you have left the vocal clear and uncluttered here plus mixed in the additional vox parts....even better is the fact that leaving out the drum stuff allowed the vocals & choir to create their own rhythm...very cool indeed....great job my friend really enjoyed what you have done here and the sensitive way you developed the composition...take a well deserved bow....Ed

    Reply by clindsay

    Thanks Ed - I'm glad you liked this - I think it works but it is definitely different from my other tracks. Farissa made it easy and it kind of wrote itself.

  9. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Mon 17th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    hi, this is very cool. vocals are sweet but I really do not like this autotune effect added to the most of her accapellas.
    anyway I really enjoyed your work. congrats, Alex

  10. GoldenOokami
    GoldenOokami on Mon 17th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Interesting work here! Very creative. I can't say I've heard anything like this before. I can't really say anything needs to be changed or altered. The vocals from the different songs sounds clean together. This isn't really pop though, but I can't think of any other genre this might be. Nice job!


  11. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Mon 17th Nov 2014 - 6 years ago

    Absolutely this!:) Would like to hear more of that kind on Looperman. It's a fav!:)


    Reply by clindsay

    Wow thanks! that was quick. This was the easiest track I've ever arranged - like I said - alchemy.

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