Tags : | Electronic | 5.34 MB

Description : Trying to get my mojo working this last few weeks. I feel some potential in this here effort but needs a lot more doing to it .... which I'll probably not get round to doing anyway. I've become a bit lazy.

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  1. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 31st Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    Has to come and hear another one of yours this morning! I like the compositional ideas behind this one very much!

    The simulated live drum feel is quite cool in the context, and adds a lot to the vibe and groove.

    The bass performance is awesome. I guess I found myself hoping for more "beef" to the bass recording though. It sounded like it could be doubled and phase cancelling, or possibly it was a too deep EQ process. It sounded good, but kind of felt lost amongst the other elements.

    Seems like the ideas present in this song could be fleshed out into an entire EP, since there are so many aspects, especially later in the song. Would be a fun and trippy disc to spin!

    There was the sound of strong clipping in sections. Lowering some of the parts could help with the presence of the bass while healing the clipping. It's hard to say though.

    I enjoyed the funk soul, my brothah.

  2. PeteTebar
    PeteTebar on Wed 29th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    Ooh, love the jazzy bossa nova vibe to this. Kudos for your creative effort, its always healthy exploring out of the box, you can come up with interesting far out ideas. I totally understand how you feel. Years ago when I first joined, I was generating one song a week. Now, I'm lucky if I can make one in a month. Either I'm too busy, or have no musical ideas and creative spark. Very busy track, a well crafted arrangement. I can't critique your mix, I'm always learning new things everyday and it wouldn't be fair if pointing out flaws if I can't do it well myself. Great job friend :)

    Pete

  3. PGDavies
    PGDavies on Tue 28th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    Very interesting track, I wonder if they would consider playing this on the good old ferries. I wonder if they are still running. I've not been down that way for quite some time...

  4. CitizenMofo
    CitizenMofo on Mon 27th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    Well this is a pretty funktastic piece. There's some mojo in here for sure, so I don't think you've lost it at all. I like the first half better than the second, however. The break at about 2:55 felt a bit abrupt, and then I felt the 2nd part was less cohesive than the first, like you're trying out some ideas but they haven't quite completely gelled. I like the darkness of the cello(?) but then couldn't follow some of the musical logic of how that was incorporated into the flow. There's definitely potential here, and mojo, so break out of that lazy funk and get to work!

  5. GregVincey
    GregVincey on Mon 27th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    I like the drums. I feel you dude, I've became lazy myself to finish stuff.

  6. ladyinred
    ladyinred on Mon 27th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    Hello .
    I enjoyed your composition and arrangement .
    loved those funky synth and jazzy flavour .
    very welldone .

  7. midisparks
    midisparks on Sun 26th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    I enjoy the funky groove, familiar sounds and some great use of strings. Also some unexpected dissonance along the way which I am always up for!

    I might stick with the funky synth sounds more and the acoustic sounds somewhat less for coherence sake.

    Great writing - lots of development and variety. It's an enjoyable ride! Best regards - Dan

    silverman
    Reply by silverman

    Thank you Sparks. I'm really struggling to find that creative spark just now but working away on my keyboard skills and Ableton 9 so not being lazy.

  8. igorsamanski
    igorsamanski on Sun 26th Mar 2017 - 2 years ago

    Sounds like something Carlos Santana and his 15 man band would play in the 60s, this part part of the jam is the 40 minute mark when the acid trip starts to kick in for most of the band members. Some of the band members already took their acid 2 or 3 hours ago. In the jam you can hear Santana experimenting with diferent guitars and guitar sounds but sometimes he's just laid out on the floor, great stuff.

    silverman
    Reply by silverman

    If this sounds very 60's then my age is showing!
    Haven't dropped a tab in about forty years!
    Thank you for your wonderful commentary.

  9. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sun 4th Dec 2016 - 3 years ago

    This was incredibly enjoyable listen my friend ! Cool and groovy funk/jazz style made a trick for my sunday afternoon listening. I can only wish more of that stuff in the future. Excellent !:)

    Compliments and respect______Orlando

    silverman
    Reply by silverman

    Thank you for your encouraging remarks Orlando. Struggling to do anything right now.

  10. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sat 3rd Dec 2016 - 3 years ago

    Yo.

    This has a pretty cool vibe and a really good groove and a good, solid low end thump. A really big sound. Well produced though definitely too loud, as you tend to do.

    It's funky and I like the additional percussion ie the second drum kit/loop.

    0:32 really not a synth sound that appeals to me. Just too silly. The longer note that it morphs into is OK but the first few notes sound too cheesy.

    1:03 funky, jazzy bass guitar playing more like a guitar. Great stuff there.

    2:15 good synth sound. An arp, I believe.

    Overall, you're onto a winner with this as it has a cool vibe.

    It actually sounds like a lot something Crucethus might make. Sample-heavy and quite a varied ride. Creative stuff.

    silverman
    Reply by silverman

    Thanx SM for your usual in depth comments and advice. Hope you're well.

  11. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 3rd Dec 2016 - 3 years ago

    Cool Man, Freaked out Psychedelic space jazz. 2:56 is an interesting transition. Ahh then back to jazzy freaky awesome percussions and nice use of panning effects. a Great ride my friend. Even some slap bass at the end with some clever strings.
    Great Job
    Steve

    silverman
    Reply by silverman

    Thanks Cruce. Playing with Ableton 9 at the mo which I'm new to. Seems excellent. Just need a creative wave or three to come over me now.

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