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Description : The answer to Close Encounters is Hymn Of The Pleiades.This is a strictly groove track where the elements of ambient meets electronic funk and Hip Hop. Track was recorded, mixed and mastered using Mixcraft Pro Studio 6 software. Results were achieved by using a FATA Studio 90 MIDI keyboard ran through a E-MU Proteus 2000 sound module, - for the phat funky bass synth. I also used a KORG O5R/W sound module for the retro lead synth parts and ambient sound pads.
I utilized what was essentially a old school Hip Hop drum track, arranged and beefed it up for that extra umh! I greatly appreciate all the positive feedback the track has garnered thus far. Keep listening and by all means, your comments are much welcomed... thanks.

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  1. ripzore9191
    ripzore9191 on Tue 29th Dec 2020 - 1 year ago

    That sounds sick!

  2. StarTravels
    StarTravels on Mon 28th Dec 2020 - 1 year ago

    Hello Mr. D, I had to drop by for this one sure is funky as can be. In fact this serves like a lesson in slow groove. You know how to move single hits off for that "silly millimeter" to make them really groove. I love the use of that triangle. You definetely improved your interplanetary funksmanship here! And for sure that of the listeners ...
    I enjoyed it very much,



  3. MPOProduction
    MPOProduction on Mon 28th Dec 2020 - 1 year ago

    Nice vibe ! 80' base ;-) cool

  4. nln1
    nln1 on Thu 31st May 2018 - 4 years ago

    holy crap. this hits hard in the mellowest way possible

    i feel like i'm walking down a city sidewalk on a hot day and the sun is casting long shadows from the buildings. lets go! good job

    Reply by Dennel

    nln1, I very much dig your visuals for
    this track. Thanks so much for taking the time to listen and I'm glad that you enjoyed song.

    All the best,


  5. Amptile
    Amptile on Sat 30th Sep 2017 - 5 years ago

    great 90's feel. great groove. nailed it

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Amptile, as you can see it's been awhile since I visited this site. But wanted to thank you for listening to the track and I'm glad that you enjoyed it.



  6. MGproduct
    MGproduct on Wed 22nd Mar 2017 - 5 years ago

    Its not in my eye , but I love it

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey MG, sorry it took a bit to get back to you. Thanks for taking a listen and glad you liked it.


  7. Ernestking78
    Ernestking78 on Wed 7th Sep 2016 - 6 years ago

    This is funky fresh

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey EK78 thanks for stopping by and taking a listen, glad you enjoyed the track.



  8. topvega
    topvega on Thu 1st Sep 2016 - 6 years ago

    Very laid back and chill and I love the guitar at 2:08.
    Nice job with this.


    Reply by Dennel

    Hey TV thanks for stopping by and taking a listen, thanks for the review and glad you enjoyed the track.



  9. MrThaChicken
    MrThaChicken on Sun 28th Aug 2016 - 6 years ago

    love the bass synth

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey MTC thanks for checking out the tune, glad you liked the funky bass synth I played
    on the track. Had a lot fun creating it,
    Thanx again



  10. sheensheep
    sheensheep on Sat 27th Aug 2016 - 6 years ago

    Really like this song. The slightly off beat hits make it feel more human and less mechanical and give it that funky groove. All the elements work perfectly for this song. From the drums to the synths and even the guitar.

    The guitar part that came in at 2:08 (and I'm seriously nitpicking here), I feel it came in a bit too suddenly. A very short fade in would help. Also when it eventually ends and cuts out, it feels like the extra layer of dynamics that came in with the guitars cut out too suddenly. It could be due to the nature of how the sample was recorded with ambient noise, or a tad too much reverb. And I would have also liked the guitar to be used more but that's just my personal preference.

    Amazing work. Looking forward to some more stuff from you.


    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Sheen thanks so much for stopping by and taking a listen, and also for your indepth review of this track. Glad you notice the slightly off beat hits (from time to time) due to the placement of where the percussion
    Shakers would hit. You're correct in that I wanted a human feel along with the electronic/ funky sound. This is one of those rare tracks in which I actually wanted
    It to be as short in duration as possible, yet have a great repetitive melody with a hard hitting drum track and a funky groove.

    As per the guitar solo it isn't a sample, it's actually a guitar part played by my buddy Art Miller. For the way I arranged the tune since the main synth melody is encompassing the tune in such a manner whereas I had to do a "get in / get out" approach with the guitar in order to keep the continuity.

    The sudden "in your face" start of the guitar was purposely done that way for two reasons; 1. We actually did try it with a sort of "pre-intro" but it didn't work. 2. With the "just come in loud and sudden approach" it worked better because there was
    very little time to come in, do something semi creative and get out in time for the turnaround.

    Also at the end of Art's solo, he had sustained the last note for much longer than what you hear. So I edited the guitar note down and did a "quick cut edit" and played a "phantom note" on my keyboard and increased
    the reverb to give it that abrupt quarky effect. I actually like it personally, since
    it was meant to be more of a "filler" rather than a full fledged guitar solo (for which I
    get the biggest criticism of the teack for not making the solo longer).

    Overall I'm pleased with the end result. Thanks again for taking the time
    to listening / review this track.

    Best Regards


  11. Wobbin
    Wobbin on Thu 25th Aug 2016 - 6 years ago

    Even tho this is normally something I wouldn't put on, you made it very appealing!

    Smoothly done man, nothing to add!

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Amaranthion thanks for stopping by and taking a listen. Though it wasn't perhaps a gerne you're into, I'm glad at least you enjoyed it just the same.



  12. milesatdenver
    milesatdenver on Thu 25th Aug 2016 - 6 years ago

    ladies and gentleman we have a synth king right here, that electronic funk is so groovy man keep it up. i love the hip hop element mixed in there!

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Miles I don't know about being the synth king (lol), but thank you for the compliment. So glad you enjoyed the track and I'll be checking you out soon. Thanks again

    Best Regards


  13. eshar
    eshar on Fri 5th Aug 2016 - 6 years ago

    I love this track it has all the elements that really appeal to me. As soon as it started I was grooving in my chair lol.

    A big thumbs up from me. :D


    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Elaine, thanks so much for stopping by.
    I'm so glad that you enjoyed the track and
    for your big seal of approval lol.
    Thanks again take care,


  14. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Sun 5th Jun 2016 - 6 years ago

    the sounds you created are beautiful, perfect to suggest a constellation in the sky and contemplating thereon. nice production also. all the best. Dan

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Dan thanks so much for the wonderful compliment. I had always wanted to create a
    tune befitting the title and it looks ltke I
    I finally have lol. I read your bio, conservatory trained? I'm impressed. So glad you enjoyed the track and thanks again.

    Best Regards


  15. tekreck
    tekreck on Sun 5th Jun 2016 - 6 years ago

    I just got too zoned out to this track.. that guitar tho!

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey tekreck thanx for checking out the track so glad you enjoyed it



  16. Planetjazzbass
    Planetjazzbass on Sun 5th Jun 2016 - 6 years ago

    Hey there Dennel, very smooth groove man! very funky vibe, I particularly like the space in this track and the slow tempo, actually slow tempo grooves are the hardest to play (Imo) whilst keeping it all together especially for drummers in my experience! lol.(slight digression here) I understand that you used a E-MU Proteus 2000 sound module in the construction of this track (which sound cool) awhile back I bought the ProteusX2 software sound module, basically for the included Xmidi2x2 midi interface only, brand new on ebay for a killer price (to send sysexe dumps to my Korg synths) the sample dvds and software don't work on my computer (you need a EMU interface apparently) if these can work for you contact me with a mailing address and I'll send them to you free of charge, there just sitting here doing nothing.......back to the track, smooth cool work again mate!..all the best Dave :)

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Dave so good to hear from you, yes I do use the E-MU Proteus on alot of my stuff as well as VST Plug in's through my recording
    software. Per your situation with the "Proteusx2" software; I was thinking
    maybe it's just a issue of finding the drivers? Though I would have thought that would've came on a cd or something when you purchased the software.

    I know when I went back to their site (it's been awhile back), that couldn't find any updates for my unit. But there may be for your software, now that's the bad thing (for me) since they long ago stop manking the Proteus 2000 model, you can't find anything for it. My guitar player has a Protues Mo Phat module that I've been trying to get my hands on for years (lol). But overall I have always loved the sounds I could get from Proteus so it has been a main stay in my rack set-up.

    So glad you enjoyed the track and I certainly enjoyed your track as well. And it's been so nice to conversate with you after have being away from the site for so long.

    Wishing you all the best.


  17. crucethus
    crucethus on Wed 1st Jun 2016 - 6 years ago

    So after reading some of your replies. U n I are in the same frame of mind when it comes to music making. I play my own synths as well as use loops. (Quick story) My 3rd year of college I joined the radio station and became a DJ, I came across an old promo of Roger Troutman (The Many Faces of Roger). The station dismissed the promo and told me to keep it. But from that day on I was hooked. I followed his career until his very sad demise. You are correct he was very underrated for his work and multi-instrumentation. I agree with the masses that the guitar solo needs just a bit more as it's compelling and does break up the groove monotony.
    overall i still love it.

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Cru thanks so much for your wonderful and in depth review. That was a great story
    about your having being a DJ in college and
    how you got turned on to "Roger Troutman."
    So happy to hear you validate what I've been
    saying for years, Roger was a very talented
    cat! Bootsy Collins & Gorge Clinton may have gave Roger & Zapp their big break, but Roger
    Was definitely a superstar all his own!

    It's funny you say the first album you were
    exposed to was "the many faces of Roger Troutman," (which was his first solo album)
    He did a cover of Marvin Gaye's "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" that was off the hook! Turned it into a funky dance track and pulled it off Lol!

    There is a series on BET called "unsung" where they do stories on great soul & r&b artist. They did an episode on the life of Roger Troutman & Zapp, I'm sure you can find it online or youtube if interested.

    As for the track, glad you enjoyed it. Yeah the guitar solo may have been a tad short, lol...but as I have stated many times before
    It was meant more as a filler rather than a all out solo. And that has been the biggest
    criticism of the track, lol and that's cool. Yes I guess we do have the same attitude and approach towards making music.

    I say there's nothing like getting what you really feel inside across to the listener better than what flows through what you're playing through your instrument. It is an extension of you. Thanks again for your great review and I'll be stopping by to check out some of your tracks as well.

    Best Regards


  18. TeeGee1965
    TeeGee1965 on Mon 30th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    This is a really cool track. as said before some Gfunk in there, hiphop and this crazy guitar solo - wow!! DId you play that?

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey TeeGee thanks for checking out the track; no that wasn't me playing guitar, that was my buddy Art Miller helping out.
    I play just about everything on the track except guitar. Thanks for the complement and
    I'm glad that you enjoyed the tune.



  19. JodyJames
    JodyJames on Sun 29th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    Dope Groove Dennel..when it hits the first couple of notes in the verse i thought it was gonna be a west coast style beat...luv the originality bro....keep em coming..i'll be watching out for you...clean mix to!!
    Peace Big Homie !!


    Reply by Dennel

    Hey JJ thanks so much for stopping by and checking out the track and for your kind review. Yeah...I've gotten comments on the beat ranging from "G-Funk" to "Aicd Jazz?"
    (lol) But it's all good, thanks again and I'm glad you enjoyed it.



  20. KnightHeir
    KnightHeir on Fri 27th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    Sorry don't know if this track was meant for rap vocals, but i just had to drop a few bars

    (rap lyrics )

    .sat-ellite, cam-era
    .say "cheese"
    .8 beings

    .circle round the blue dot
    .raise these
    .after that, play at least

    .8 keys
    .make the ONE pleased
    .that, made these......

    The vibe is crazy man. I see your apparent time off wasn't in vain. Respect.

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Format (Your "Rap" was impeccable, and I believe you just increased your inter-planetary-funksmanship to a whole new level.) Lol, though this isn't a rap track, I did use a "old school Hip Hop drum track" as my basis and beefed it up for dat helluva kick! Since the tune is a little sparse, (meaning although I'm using some big soundscapes in the back drop, it's still not that much going on other than the repetitive melody), Which is why I needed a phat drum sound and a big phat funky synth bass to plug up the holes.

    Thanx so much for showing a brother sum luv and for the kind words, it was much appreciated.
    Glad you enjoyed the track



  21. Filaofsoul
    Filaofsoul on Tue 24th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    Man you got a groove going on here. Impressed with the production tools you used for this song. I feel that funk pop up every now and then and felt a little of that Ohio (Worm) Great Job!! Enjoyed!! Filaofsoul

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Fila what's up Man? For some reason I thought you had already heard this track when you posted comments on "The Soul Music Radio Track". Yeah, you know I had to go there with it, that old school electronic funk. (lol) You say you can hear some of that (Ohih Players Funky Worm) in there eh? (lol) Thanks for the woderful compliment. On the funk side of it I was trying to pay tribute to my boy the late, great "Roger Troutman" who is by the way very underrated as not only a great guitarist, but also as a muti-instrumentalist. He was like Prince, he could play everything.

    And I also was paying tribute to "Bernie Worrel" of Parliament / Funkadelic fame. To listen to that brothers legendary funky synth bass riffs sends chills up my spine. Flash Light, A Toast to the Boogie, Atomic Dog, etc. I truly, truly miss and love those days of "The Real Deal Funk" and "Classic Soul Music." Thanks for stopping by and
    listening and making it your fav.


  22. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Tue 17th May 2016 - 6 years ago


    I love your choice of sounds for this track and the fact that you actually used sound modules as sound sources. It presents really a difference in the quality (and in the very 'process' of making music I guess) when compared to virtual plugins. I became a fan of hardware recently and this makes me want to get Proteus module and expand my sound further. I saw few demos on YT, shame this one is no longer available.

    Very fine sounding and simply well produced track.

    Congratulation on making enjoyable music.

    Reply by Dennel

    Hi Alex thanks so much for the kind words and for your review of this track. I do agree with you, there is a difference. Not that there isn't some good patches in software produced programs; but there is a difference in feel and sound with "stand alone rack gear modules". I incorporate both in my music; I also appreciate the fact since you are a musician yourself the difference in musicianship produce music as opposed to "just utilizing loops".

    And trust me I'm not knocking that because I do use loops sometimes in my music, usually drum loops. But you can tell the difference in a produced composition totally comprised of music from a musician there's just no substitute. As for the EM-U Proteus 2000 sound module, I have seen them on ebay from time to time or some variation of. EM-U also had this one great sound module called "The Mo Phat", which was a unit comprised solely of every conceivable great sounding organ, keyboards and phat bass synths. Can't find that unit anymore.

    I've been trying to talk my guitar player out his for years with no success I might add (lol). once again thanks so
    for your time in listening and for your great review, it was much appreciated.

    All The Best


  23. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Thu 12th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    Hi Dennel...I consider this very successful mixture of
    ambient and electro funk! It was very enjoyable listen all the way through! Very well done mate !:)


    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Orlando thanx so much for stopping by and taking a listen;
    and thanks for the kind words. So glad you enjoyed it.

    All The Best


  24. zachvenus
    zachvenus on Tue 10th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    blown away at the starting of this song, very original. COuld easily be on a movie soundtrack for sure. Keep it up and dont even think of stopping.

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Zac, thanks for stopping by and checking out the track.
    so glad you enjoyed it.


  25. FBeatz46
    FBeatz46 on Tue 10th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    Give me that stuff that sweet funky stuff :D:D I like this track well done =)

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey KingBeatz187, thamks for stoping by and checking out the track. Lol yes funky stuff
    Indeed! So glad you liked it, thanks again.


  26. silverman
    silverman on Mon 9th May 2016 - 6 years ago

    I think it belongs in the who cares what genre it is section.
    Very nice atmosphere and mood here. It's a scene setting environment. Another space in another place. A comfortable place with the possibility of some sadness in there until that strange burst of guitar pops in and disappears just as fast as it appeared. Shame that. That's my only criticism. The guitar should be twice as long or not there at all. Cracking piece of guitar mind. It seems out of place though for the piece it being so sudden and so gone. I also agree this has a lot of room for some lyrics. A smooth velvety male voice. Talking or singing but deep and meaningful. Thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Silverman thanks so much for stopping by and giving your most thoughtful insights on the track. I guess the biggest complaint I get of the track is... you guessed it, "The Short Guitar Solo." I have addressed this issue many times stating,
    it was meant more as a "quick filler" to break up monotony, since the track is basically a " Melody & Groove" driven song.

    Originally a "synth solo" was to take the place of the guitar solo, but I couldn't come up with a tasteful one at the time, hence the guitar solo. I'm glad you noticed the atmosphere aspect of the tune, for which you are correct. I was trying to set a mood. You are also correct in noticing a slight tinge of "sadness" meshed along with the "euphoric" feel of the track. From my prospective, it is quintessential
    truth that man is but a very small part of a much larger universe. And that there are vast civilizations amongts the
    stars for which he hasn't encountered.


  27. theHumps
    theHumps on Tue 26th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago

    Hey Dennel, this is cool, has an acid jazz, dreamy like feel to it. I can listen to music like this when I paint or read for hours. Some spoken word might sound cool over this.


    Reply by Dennel

    Hi Wayne, thanks so much for stopping by and
    checking out the track. So glad you enjoyed it; so you think a little spoken word would
    work with this eh? Lol...

    Thanks again


  28. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 9th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago


    Sorry, I took a while to review one of your tracks after you'd reviewed one of mine.

    This is some funky shit, with quite a retro (80s) type of funky synth bass and overall sound.

    10 secs in and people can already bounce to this in the club but it's not quite hip hop. Some sort of 80s g funk fusion groove stuff.

    0:07 cool lead sound. Quite far out and it's a good melody. Busy metallic percussion to add to the basic fat kick-snare drums.

    0:54 I find that pad sound a bit light and cheesy. They're good notes and it's not a terrible sound - just could be better.

    2:08 now that guitar solo is just the new cool addition that the track needed as I wondered where it might go and if there would be anything new in the second half. But the solo is too short! Only 11 secs so it should be more like 30 (at least).

    Good stuff that people will enjoy.


    Reply by Dennel

    LMAO! You know you've been paid a hell of a compliment when the reviewer starts the sentience out with, this is some funky shit! Thank you for the compliment< you're too kind.
    Everyone who has reviewed the track has made reference to the
    G- Funk sound. Though I guess I can see the connection, however that wasn't what I had in mind when I created it.

    In my own way I was really paying homage to funk legends Bernie Worrell of Parliament / Funkadelic fame, and to the late - great Roger Troutman of Zapp. At least on the funk end of it.

    I wanted a ambient sort of soundscape wit a phat funky bottom. I agree the guitar solo was a bit short, but it was meant more as a filler than anything.. Since the track is only 3 minutes 5 seconds, I pretty much took the approach of
    get in say what you have to say, get out, the end lol.

    After listening to it a few times of course other idea's come to me where I could have done more. But overall I'm pretty pleased with the end result. Again thanks so much for your wonderful review and I'm so glad you enjoyed it.

    Best Regards


  29. Anonymouzze
    Anonymouzze on Fri 8th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago

    That classic old school sound. Sounds good too me

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey Anonymouzze, thanks for checking out the
    track, glad you enjoyed it.

    All the best


  30. Danke
    Danke on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago

    Awesome track...guitar should do more...funky groovy for sure...my personal taste is that the bass sound is a bit weird but fortunatelly it's my opinion only...:-)

    Handshake, Danke

    Reply by Dennel

    Hey danke thanks so much for your review and feedback of this track. And thanks for making it one of your fav's.

    All the best


  31. VicaMOOR
    VicaMOOR on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago

    More like g-funk (i wrote this before i read the replies). lol. I like the combination you did here. gives it variation. Nice guitar solo too. wasn't expecting that. would like to hear more guitar.

    Reply by Dennel

    Wow,let's see a show of hands if I should reclassify this as a funk track? Lol, what I
    was trying to achieve was a ambient sound-scape with a phat funky bottom. So when I started composing the synth bass riff, it became just as dominant as the main synths.

    As for the guitar I had Art do a short solo to break up the repetition simce it is a short track. Thank you so much for your review of this track and I'm glad you enjoyed it.



  32. crucethus
    crucethus on Tue 5th Apr 2016 - 6 years ago

    More funk than ambient but I liked it. kind of early eighties synth based funk and groove.

    Reply by Dennel

    So you thought it was more funk than ambient eh? Lol, yes I do tend to use retro synth sounds in my music sometimes because I love the era and feel. Thank you for reviewing and listening to the track. And I'm glad you enjoyed it,



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