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Description : Dark, slow, ambient, cinematic jazz with funereal piano turning into something much funkier, psychedelic and beautiful in the second half. Out of the darkness and into the light, you could say. Instruments: electric guitar + bass, lots of synth sounds, including a horn, double bass, another big legato bass, pizzicato strings, two types of piano, a heavily delayed slide guitar instrument, zither, synth arp, one brushy drum loop, kettle drum rolls and 4 programmed acoustic drum kits. This is quite a special track for me and is only the second I've put in the cinematic genre. The more you listen, the more it changes (it even has key changes) and the last three minutes are really quite far out and should probably be longer. Best track I've made for a few months. Interesting thoughts and reflections appreciated. Free sex for the best reviews...

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  1. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Wed 29th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    Hi MrNomad,
    I am probably too late to win the "best review" contest, but I suppose I can live with it: free sex is always interesting but here we lack an important piece of information. Free sex with whom?
    Anyhow, the title immediately sends me to the 80s, don't know why. The song starts dark and intriguing. Well done (Cure is a name that comes to my mind, but they have never done anything so "structured", just the overall atmosphere reminds a bit of some 90s works of this band).
    As soon as your guitars enters the scene we move into a more "band" context. Liked: very good clean sound and interesting riffs you are playing.
    Overall the song moves well: the "almost 11 minutes" run fast and it is not boring at all.
    One of your best songs? maybe.
    Anyhow, this is for sure a fav.
    Ciao, Domenico

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Wow, thanks for getting back to me so quickly with reviews of two tracks I was sure you would prefer to the Tool cover. I've made a lot of music in the last 6 months and those two tracks are some of the best.

    "Free sex with whom?"

    I give you sex vouchers and you can choose who you have sex with. You just have to get them to accept my voucher. Don't worry, they will when they see it's a Nomad voucher.

    Title of this used to be one I still kind of prefer - We Invade The Night. I changed it because it's slightly awkward to say ("-ade the") but I might change it back.

    I don't listen to The Cure but I respect their music.

    3:36 you hear the new Reggae EZX kit enter. It's a good drum kit and it's then used throughout the rest of the track.

    "One of your best songs?"

    Definitely my best cinematic, jazzy track with lots of piano. Sounds very different from many of my other tracks so I'm really pleased about that.

    Thanks again for still being a good reviewer!

  2. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Tue 7th Jul 2015 - 5 years ago

    Greetings from ValveHalla!

    "I was out kayaking yesterday (it's inflatable so you'll be pleased to hear it has valves on its inflatable chambers) and am off to the other side of the country tomorrow to do a bit more."

    I've never been Kayaking. But I used to canoe a lot. Not the same thing, I know, but it's still fun as hell, as I imagine Kayaking would be. The problem with living in the states is that it takes about a week to get to the other side of the country. Unless you fly. But, getting a Canoe or Kayak in the carry-on is difficult. So...driving it is.

    "I'll be fascinated to hear the end result, if you choose to go ahead with it."

    Absolutely I do! I think it will be a lot of fun, and I'm flattered that you would ask me to remix one of your songs.

    "So, the stems will take a bit longer..."

    No rush. I know that once I get them, I'll listen to the original a few more times. Then, I'll probably sit on them until the right idea comes along as to what to do with it. I never start a project while I'm still excited about it. I treat my work like a fine Scotch. Let that shit age to perfection before poppin' the top, ya know? I've never rushed anything. No point in starting now, ya know?

    "I wanted to return to earlier themes but now present them in a more melodic and beautiful way."

    Mission accomplished.

    "Maybe there's a touch of the Floyd boys here. That tends to be a good thing whatever style you're making."

    Absolutely. I was remastering "Navagating Jotunheim" when it occurred to me, it's just Floyd flavored dubstep. It's a slower bpm than Dubstep, but it's basically what it is. I reposted it if you feel up to re-listening.

    I hope your enjoying your time in the water. If it's as hot there as it is here, the water is a good place to be!

    Catch ya on the flipside.

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Greetings of B.C.Rich blackness.

    I noticed you said you'd got one so best of luck with the thunderpluck (ing).

    Can't believe I never thought of ValveHalla as that is a good one. At least I did manage VulvaDriver/VulvaDryer (I prefer doing the former).

    Canoeing isn't much different from kayaking. Same idea - propelling a small boat with arm/shoulder power. What I'd love to get is a pedal-based kayak but they're so damn expensive. It seems you pay a huge amount just for that extra pedal system in the hull, which gives greater speeds and efficiency and also leaves your hands free for drinking, smoking, guit fiddling, jacking off etc.

    Yes, the US is fuckin huge, England pretty small (smaller than Texas, I think).

    "getting a Canoe or Kayak in the carry-on is difficult"

    That's why I have an inflatable (2-man) as it packs up and can be transported on a trolley onto buses and trains. The single man one is small and light enough that I can carry it on my back and thus cycle with it.

    "I'm flattered that you would ask me to remix one of your songs"

    I'm generally pretty nervous about the prospect of giving away any of my recorded material to anyone but I like to think it will be safe in your Valve-shaped hands. I think it would be fitting if you were to successfully remix a track dedicated to you. I'd love to hear some cool new stuff I never thought of while I'm also mildly concerned you might make a better version than the original (a nicer track bro). I guess that would be great though I suppose I'd be mildly jealous. Maybe it doesn't matter if you do as I came up with it all originally and a better version can't alter that.

    Sure, sit on those stems for a while if you like. But let's set a deadline of 2030. I want to be grooving to Valvedriven In ValveHalla before I'm an old (ish) man.

    I am a bit concerned that my stems will end up being huge (many gigabytes) so maybe I'll need to send them via Dropbox, for instance. Evisma has sent me some stuff that way.

    I will check out remastered Navagating Jotunheim and perhaps even offer thoughts.

    Finally, I'm really struggling for musical ideas right now so maybe I've run out, perhaps over-extended my musical brain making 3 albums in 6 months.

    Fare thee well....

  3. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Tue 30th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago


    The super faint delay on the sequenced synths in the final few seconds almost sounds like the radio of someone in the distance.

    I'd say this ones a keeper, mister. It's not your best track, but it's really not too far behind. Thank you for pointing me to it. I really enjoyed it, and the trip on which it took me!

    Take care, man.

    Reply by StaticNomad

    "I'd say this ones a keeper"

    I sure won't be chucking it in the trash!

    It was initially just a sketch from something like 8 years ago that I found in some folder or other. Only had the first few mins in rough form and then added all the rest in about 2 weeks, while also working on other tracks, which is quite quick for me.

    Again: great to hear you liked it. I only let you know about it because I thought you would. Same goes for 9000 Years Too Young, with its extensive lead bass g work.

    Sorry that I haven't got the Valvedriven stems in order yet. You may have been looking forward to a fully Valvedriven vacation.

    I was out kayaking yesterday (it's inflatable so you'll be pleased to hear it has valves on its inflatable chambers) and am off to the other side of the country tomorrow to do a bit more.

    So, the stems will take a bit longer, especially as I have to work out how to neatly prepare all that material eg send versions with and without FX. I can even give you MIDI files, which might be best for you to easily program up some dark synths.

    I'll be fascinated to hear the end result, if you choose to go ahead with it.

    Until then, take care of yourself and don't forget to clean between your valves.

  4. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Tue 30th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Ok. The family is out, the lights are off, and the music is on. I listened to it about 3 times, continually reviewing with each listen. So, it kind of jumps around a bit.

    First, the intro is great. Slow and low. The progression is definitely one of suspense and intrigue. But not like an Agatha Christie novel. More like an escalation of terraced waves, continually moving you upward into who knows where.

    I'm diggin' the piano. Very soft spoken, but unquestionably letting their presence be known.

    Ahh, the timpani roll. Drums and guitfiddle come in. It's a nice ripple in the pond as if it fell without leaving a splash. Nice transition.

    I like the use of different kits. You kind of have to with it being an otherwise slower and spacious ambiance. It keeps it from getting monotonous. There's not a whole lot happening for a while in the beginning. (That's not a bad thing at all!). Those different kits keep it interesting. I think the only place the change didnt't really fit was from 3:03-3:24. That brush snare, and jazzy as fuck beat before that, complimented not only the tones of the guitar there, but the emotion as well. When you added that switch up, it kind of pulled it a little out of sync. And I don't mean the timing, as much as the emotional connection between the drums and guitar.

    The pads that are floating around in the background are nice. They give it that extra ethereal dynamic.

    6:15. The lead lead guitfiddle. A nice bluesy/spacey feel to this. It's like it's been waiting for you to show up so it could tell you everything it knows.

    7:12- It's starting it's decoy ramp up. I like the way it drops back into a darker piano bit. Excellent work on that by the way. They're very...for a lack of better terms, they're very classy.

    Another timpani roll taking us into a neat sequenced synth. It's gotten to be a much lighter atmosphere here. That was a very gradual change. Kudos, man.

    It definitely did start dark and end light. All in all, I think this was a pretty creative and "free" piece. It's movement and dynamics were very comfortable and easy to ride along with. You know, I can almost hear a touch of Floyd in parts of it. Specifically the piano, and the synths.

    From 1:54-3:03, it had a very Angelo Badalamenti feel to it. (I'm on my third time through.)

    There's a much more minimal thing happening here. At least for your work. There's definitely not as much happening as is the case in some of your other tracks.

    3:37- I like the way it goes from an abandoned desert roadhouse bluesy sound into a lift off from the surface of a distant planet.

    7:11- This exact moment is great. It's like the guitar opened up a door way and invited you right in to that delicate piano bit

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Greetings, ValveVillain

    Thanks for your fine reviewing effort here.

    In 2015, I've made about 21 tracks, average length 9 mins, and I'd say this is one of the top 6, along with Valvedriven, A Little Bit Of Infinity, Emperor Tritone, Old Man Tribal and this track dedicated to Evisma:

    9000 Years Too Young

    Your thoughts:

    "an escalation of terraced waves"

    is a cool phrase - the kinda thing I've come to half expect from you and Evisma.

    I don't use piano often and this tracks contains the most. I like to think it's classy and am happy to you do too.

    Yes, I use drums a lot to keep things from becoming monotonous. One of my signature music making techniques.

    Maybe 3:03 kit change ain't suitable. I wanted to program up the exact same groove as that jazzy as fuck beat before that but failed so you get the best I could manage.

    3:37 is indeed liftoff to a weird, disconcerting yet funky planet. What sort of planet is that?

    Lots of varied floating pads in this being introduced at different points - all part of the odd atmospheric mood.

    6:15 you knew a bit of jazzy g had to make an appearance so this is it. Not perfect but decent. 7:11 gets more rockin.

    "I like the way it drops back into a darker piano bit"

    I wanted to return to earlier themes but now present them in a more melodic and beautiful way.

    Maybe there's a touch of the Floyd boys here. That tends to be a good thing whatever style you're making.

    "not as much happening as is the case in some of your other tracks"

    Yes, I tried to keep it much more consistent than usual. Sort of the same sounds used a lot of the time and no big genre switches. 9:10 even some reggae guitar but seems to fit.

    Had to bring a timpani roll back for 9:42 and then a nice, bright synth arp with the wailing, slow attack lead over the top.

  5. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Tue 30th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Staticimo DeNomadico! What be happnin'?

    I gave this nice track bro a listen, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a darker jazzy piece that plays well.
    At the moment, I'm not able to leave a quality review, but I will be back in a few hours when everyone in the place goes to sleep.

    Take Care.

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Dark, mysterious salutations.

    The best thing to do with a nice track bro is to give it a listen. You have done just that, showing that you're no fool and you know what's what.

    I like to think the dark vibe here may have tickled the darker recesses of your valves. And then massaged them with some beauty in the last few minutes.

    Late at night when everyone is asleep is best for reviewing this one. Not really a track for listening to out in a meadow in the sunshine. Or for heralding the entrance of the bride at a wedding.

    See you later, Valvebreaker.

  6. WoozyBeats
    WoozyBeats on Fri 19th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Nice musical piece, very unique.
    The slow dark intro really got me, very slowly giving way to a more psychedelic ambiance always very gently.
    The Drums come in very nicely with a decent amount of variation.
    I Love The variety of colors and textures introduced just at the right times.
    Good Work ;)

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Hi. Glad you liked it.

    "very unique."

    Thanks - that's what I go for with every track I make. I'm not always successful.

    Yes, I like to vary the drums a lot in my tracks and most have a lot more variation than this one. I've tried to make this more consistent. It's really just one drumkit used after about 3:30, which is rare for me.

    "variety of colors and textures introduced just at the right times."

    Lots of synth sounds that are gradually brought in (or used occasionally) so that there's always something new coming.

    Thanks again.

  7. silverman
    silverman on Fri 19th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    I love your stuff Nomad you never fail to please.
    This has a great mood to it all the way through.
    Very deep.
    But but but .... I've not slept much this last week so please excuse me but ... some of the drums don't seem to fit.
    Personal question ... have you ever sold any of your stuff ... made some money?
    Ever tried?
    If not why not?
    Keep up the great work.

    Reply by StaticNomad


    Deep music is very much what I go for. I don't really care about making catchy tunes - I want to make bigger, better, more epic and moving things that might still sound good in a hundred years. Ambitious, I know, but I feel you must aim high. That way - if you fall short, and I do, it still might be pretty decent.

    I have no problem with constructive criticism so don't mind hearing that you think some drums don't fit. But where? You've given me no indication whatsoever and it's a long track so very hard for me to guess.

    No, I've still never tried selling my music. I'm a lazy bastard and also quite negative and defeatist so always think that no one's really going to care too much about what I do and I'd have to contact loads of people (record company types, I guess) and get no replies and so on. So I just stick to making loads of music in my lonely sort of way.

    I don't really know how to go about doing this but I would like to take what I do to other levels. It's not about money - I'd just like to make better music and have some sort of actual fan base and some sort of name that other (hopefully superior) musicians might want to seek out and collaborate with.

    Part of the reason I've never tried is that I've never felt my production and overall sound has been good enough though I've always had the ideas and playing ability.

    But, since getting quality drum software, a faster computer and so on in the last few years I feel my productions now are maybe not far off release quality. No doubt not in terms of mastering but someone else could do that if I had some sort of official record company type of support.

    Thanks again for your ongoing encouragement.

  8. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 19th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    a person skilful in creating or solving crossword puzzles

    or a person who uses Reverb correctly ;-)

    You choose.

    I went to use one of my vouchers, but my wife said no..:-(

    I'm really pleased with the 5:09 Conscious Key Change

    your not doing as much of a key change as you think,what you are doing is using different chords that fit the key you already established. In most of your works you work off of 2 chords in a key. In this you use a few more chords, but stay within the boundaries of a key, which to me is amazing progress for your work. Someday we will skype and I will teach you the circle of 5ths. A great book you could pick up is the Guitar Grimoire (I use a Keyboard Grimoire) It will show you everything, but it may take your soul.

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Wow, cruciverbalist really is a word. I thought that was just you making up fun Cru- stuff.

    I'm not sure quite how much I think I'm changing key in this. However, there is a huge difference between the first and last few mins, even though I'm using mostly the same instruments/sounds (for consistency). So, I must be using some quite different modes or scales or something.

    "you use a few more chords, but stay within the boundaries of a key, which to me is amazing progress for your work."

    This one seems to sound more mature and musical than some of my other tracks, though no disrespect intended towards them. Perhaps the extensive use of the piano made me feel like more of a proper, classical composer or something.

    Yes, Skype chat could be cool. I've still never ever done it. You could explain the circle of fifths to me and do a faux g MS20 wah pornning performance. Perhaps with one hand while we chat.

    I don't want any book to take my soul but maybe I will check out your suggested grimoire.

    You should be able to use the vouchers on your wife. So, you get free sex with no strings attached ie you don't have to in return take out the trash, mow the lawn or fix stuff around the house. Explain it to her and I'm sure she'll understand.

    Next week's upload is pretty much ready to go - dance/bass funk/hard rock/ambient chill that you may well enjoy.

    Multiple key regards...

  9. 15ludwicke
    15ludwicke on Fri 19th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Hey Static!
    This one really sounds like nothing else I've ever heard! I love how dark some of the chord resolutions are! The jazzy bits also make this piece one of the most unique that I have ever come across. I really have never heard these two different genres of music mixed, and never before have I heard such a striking difference between the start and ending of a track! The first half is so dark, that the transition at 7:35 was that much "lighter" when it came in. All I have to say is bravo to you! Also those swung drums went so well with the minor chords and deep saw bass. All around great track!

    As for centraldev, he has been harassing me and sending me multiple emails to "leave positive comment on song." (yes his english is that bad) so just ignore his spamming. However, I feel like we need Looperman to take action here, because he seems to be doing this all over the site.

    Anyways, awesome track, and keep up the good work Static!
    Rico L.

    Reply by StaticNomad


    Excellent to hear you liked it so much and found it so interesting.

    Gotta say that I think I have quite a few other tracks that have a more unique and unusual sound than this and which are unlike anything else I've heard.

    I sort of recognise the dark, jazzy vibe in this (not quite sure where from) though I guess I add a few odd little things to give it a distinctive character.

    I have some far more extreme and bizarre developments in other tracks though I agree that there is a big difference between start and end here.

    I like dark but I'm more into beautiful and grooving so no surprise that's what I progressed to.

    "the transition at 7:35 was that much "lighter" when it came in"

    I'm using mostly the same instruments throughout so I think it must be changes in the chords/key/modes/scales that take it from dark and haunting to more beautiful and perhaps even happy.

    Imagine if you did a tropical island remix of this track's first 3 mins! That would be funny and probably quite strange

    Sorry to hear about your centralsdev problem. That's completely out of order and I'm glad he hasn't started asking me for reviews yet.

    I still don't understand why you recently left him a positive track review. Why do that if you've worked out that he's a spammer/troll?

    Thanks again for your fine feedback.

  10. GramoChopin
    GramoChopin on Thu 18th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Captivating once I press play. Has a really nice vibe from this intro...the guitar is pretty eerie. Dark. Sounds like I'm in a run down town with alot of trouble. Lone ranger type of feel to it. Great atmosphere to it, keep rocking bro. peace


    Reply by StaticNomad


    "the guitar is pretty eerie."

    That sample-based slide guitar instrument is just that. I've listened to it so many times, I can't really tell anymore if it sounds like a guitar. I have loads of delay on it and am using it like a synth pad. It's also going through a vocoder controlled by one piano.

    "Great atmosphere to it, keep rocking bro."

    I do keep rocking bro though not much in this one. But I guess 7:11-7:34 is quite rocking.

    Glad you enjoyed my deep atmospheres and were happily captivated.

    PRINCELECTRO on Thu 18th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    This has a nice atmosphere really. Clever use of guitar , also pads fit well. Loved this. Full support

    Reply by StaticNomad


    This one's all about atmosphere. Well, that and groove.

    I'm a groove obsessive so if I can get a good one going, I can do some cool stuff on top.

    Lots of pad and pad-type sounds used here to allow the notes to soar towards the heavens.

    Thanks again.

  12. DesignedImpression
    DesignedImpression on Wed 17th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Yo Static Nomad! How have things been going for you outside of music? It's good to find this new instrumental journey from you today. I really have a lot of interest in the pad of thoughts and Funeral piano most here.

    Intro is great, visually listened. Your imagination is great in this kind of atmosphere SN. Has an ancient connection with the type of synth sounds placed together.

    That next section starting at 3:37 my favorite on how you captured it in layers. 4:17 powerful feeling in your expression sounds like a stressful exhale

    Nice piano playing at around the 4:47 section the high piano stabs Catchy how its being mixed in.

    Mainly the vibe throughout feels free of restriction, and as your usual style of change ups I still dig it!

    6:15 that guitar is very grooving. Enjoying the funk evolving this time around.

    Heavily reminds to some past experiences from media to conversations to entertainment to wasted nights lost in heavy thoughts. Agree with this being a best track in months. So much about this speaks to me gives me a smile even for its weirdness. Soul speaking sounds Static. Thanks for sharing with us. It's great to hear and see how you've painted your trips throughout the time I've known you.

    Keep doing this man! Hope things are well as can be for you and yours. Peace brother.

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Yo yo yo.

    I'm OK, thanks. Not much happening outside music.

    I figured you'd be into this one as you like dark, mind-expanding types of music.

    "ancient connection"

    Yes - there is something that sounds very old and mysterious about that intro before the drums. It's definitely not pop music.

    3:37 is the real start of the rest of the track as I completely change the drums into a new reggae kit playing funky grooves (no reggae) someone could even rap over.

    4:17 some of my far out, shimmering pad sounds coming together to do something like you say - exhale.

    High piano stabs: I'm not much of a keyboard player so I tend to often try out grooving stabs, whether high, mid or low. They've come out nicely here and offer some pleasing melodies.

    "vibe throughout feels free of restriction"

    It's pretty damn laidback and I use long, legato bass and pad notes, which allows me to do all sorts of small things inbetween the drum hits.

    "6:15 that guitar is very grooving"

    Not bad jazzy soloing though some of the bends didn't come out quite right and I couldn't be bothered to replay them (lazy me).

    I prefer the rocking guitar on 7:11. Acoustic bass is also strong there.

    "So much about this speaks to me gives me a smile even for its weirdness."'

    I'm primarily concerned with beauty and groove but do also like some darkness and weirdness, if I can get them to work comfortably. I think they do here. Lots of beauty in last few mins.

    "Soul speaking sounds"

    That's the kind of depth I go for so good to know I've been successful.

    Thanks again for your thoughtful review.

  13. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 17th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Very Dark and Foreboding in the beginning,( love the drum roll) funeral is a perfect description. Candlemass...not quite doom metal but a unique description from Phats. Dminor to F major is the beginning chord progression. 5:09 nice key change. 8:40 on has a nice moaning synth sound. Overall a nice cinematic experience and as you described the ending is more pleasant than the beginning. To me the ending is more melancholy. 9:20 has an almost reggae guitar rhythm. There is a lot of subtle sounds in this one that one listen alone will not allow all to be discovered.
    Nice work.


    Reply by StaticNomad

    Dark, jazzy greetings.

    This track has the most piano of any track I've ever made. Some of the low notes are pretty badass eg 4:22.

    "love the drum roll"

    Yes, a few kettle drum rolls. Some are very subtle, others intentionally less so. A sound I should use more. Another big one 9:43.

    "Dminor to F major is the beginning chord progression"

    I just thought it was D to F - that's how litle I know. I guess the minor is obvious though the major isn't.

    I'm really pleased with the 5:09 Conscious Key Change. Nice notes there and rising progression. So, it took me 5 mins to change key, as I knew I had to. But the first 5 mins didn't sound monotonous to me. That's what I don't get about this key change business.

    7:39 I merge the two different keys to create a new mood for the last few mins . No idea what's happening there but it sounds great.

    8:40 slow attack zither sound that has a lovely, soaring, wailing quality.

    "ending is more pleasant than the beginning"

    I like dark vibes but I'm more into beauty so I was always going to progress to that. Quite bright and euphoric towards the end with the synth arp at 9:44.

    "9:20 has an almost reggae guitar rhythm."

    Agreed. That's just the groove my little fingers naturally settled into. Main drum kit in this (after 3:37) is a reggae kit but it never really plays reggae. That guitar part is the closest thing to that genre here.

    "There is a lot of subtle sounds in this"

    Yes, I've used quite a few similar and complementary sounds that are subtly layered so that it's hard to tell which is which. Keep listening and you'll discover more and more. I like to think one listen is never enough for my gargantuan sonic trips.

    I don't know what a "cruciverbalist" is.

    You, I guess.

    I am sending you some free sex vouchers. Use them wisely.

  14. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Wed 17th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    reverb destroying music and im boykoting it.

  15. Burtsbluesboxes
    Burtsbluesboxes on Wed 17th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Nice and dark I like 3:D> I heard a Candlemass song, don't recall the name, it was doom Jazz, very cool, similar to what you've created here. I think we can all learn something from Centralsdev ;) like how not to be an idiot LOL! Is that free sex optional? I'm not into dudes. Sheep and barnyard animals are more my type :p

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Dark, barnyard animal greetings.

    I know you like a nice, dark track. Actually, you like a lot of nice, dark tracks. The first few mins of this definitely qualify.

    Not sure I've listened to Candlemass. Must change that.

    "I think we can all learn something from Centralsdev ;) like how not to be an idiot"

    You sure can learn what a mentally ill troll is. All his track comments are 100% irrelevant to the track - they're just one sentence of whatever crap is going through his mind at the time of posting.

    I will email you some vouchers for a trip to a farm so you can get laid the way you prefer.

  16. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Wed 17th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    To be honest, centralsdev you commented on multiple tracks with the same comment "use a kick reducer and eq tree." Try varying up your critiques so that people will take you seriously.

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Ha ha, ER.

    I was just going to leave you a comment on your fine religious track saying to ignore the extremely obvious mentally ill troll who just feels like leaving the same comment on multiple tracks.

    Just for the sake of it because he's most probably mentally ill.

    You beat me to it.

    "Try varying up your critiques so that people will take you seriously."

    No, he should stop commenting altogether or be stopped.

    I have just started up a forum thread requesting a block user feature so that I don't have to deal with mentally ill individuals who completely ignore polite requests to stop commenting on tracks.

    Responding intelligently to such people does no good so 'block user' is the only option left.

    I'm somewhat shocked that some people on this site do actually take that guy seriously.

  17. danke
    danke on Wed 17th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    Hello SN!

    This track is outstanding...

    Is there any chance to send me or not?

    It would be greatful to listen this track many times and in many places... :-) (home, car, school...)

    With appreciation, Danke

    Reply by StaticNomad

    Hello there!

    Sorry, I can't send you this because I never allow anyone to have my tracks.

    I often go back and make changes (sometimes really big ones) so I don't like to have inferior versions of a track on other people's computers.

    I know that you give everything you make away for free all the time but I don't really understand that.

    I would love you and other people to be able to listen to my many tracks away from the computer. But I need to put together some proper albums and then give them away for free.

    This is the first time you've asked if you can have one of my tracks so maybe this is your favourite piece of music by me.

    Thanks for the interest and sorry I can't help you this time.

    I will probably eventually give away everything I have made (15 albums) but I'm not ready for that yet.

  18. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Wed 17th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    then why making music if you dont use any feedback? btw you dont seem to have came that far, maybe you should be more possitive.

  19. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Wed 17th Jun 2015 - 5 years ago

    reverb isnt makeing this good, you should use a kick reduceder and a eq tree.

    Reply by StaticNomad


    I don't care what you think.

    It has no meaning to me.

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