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Description : Don't know for sure the correct genre,but this tune felt like the name
but can be different for each listener...Doc

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  1. danke
    danke on Wed 31st May 2017 - 4 years ago

    what a guitar play and tone here but all of the others are too weak under your? play...or maybe less is more donno but there is huge potential with another producing work...

    handshake, Danke

    Reply by DrCoolest

    thanks Danke,all input is so appreciated.This tune did not receive the attention i would like to have given it.Probly got sidetracked with another tune..oh well i just move on.

  2. LankFrampard
    LankFrampard on Thu 18th May 2017 - 4 years ago

    loving the song title

    not into this style but thought I would give it a bash

    i like the guitar sounds and the layers work well together

    good chord progression

    overall good track, and brings something different to the table


    Reply by DrCoolest

    Wow always makes me feel good to receive a comment, especially a positive from a
    listener that isn't even into this rock LankFrampard .......thanx.....Doc

  3. TrippyHippyCrew
    TrippyHippyCrew on Sun 14th May 2017 - 4 years ago

    this is quite pleasant. It makes me think of a beach. but like after walking away from an explosion kind of thing. very trippy. nice guitar, volumes are perf!

    Reply by DrCoolest

    Hey THC so nice to hear you enjoyed this one...I love your take at the beach.
    I felt the ocean was in there somewhere.."trippy" was the objective so sounds like
    success. ....Doc

  4. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 13th May 2017 - 4 years ago

    Silverman has a great point, I feel kinda the same way, brilliant but give us something more to ground us too.

    Reply by DrCoolest

    Thanx for the wonderful comment(brilliant is so cool).Sorry it did not please you as
    one might expect.This is a minimalistic recording not really intended
    to break into separate movements but more into a wall of sound that the listener
    has to separate.Not a genre for everyone,I know it's so mono, and as
    a composition it sounds like that's the way you heard it. So in my attempt
    to create a minimalism recording I succeeded.As always it's difficult to
    place our stuff in the proper genre just not enough choices.Oh well ..
    hope the next one is more to your liking. ..thanx.....Doc

  5. silverman
    silverman on Sat 13th May 2017 - 4 years ago

    Dear Doctor,
    I just listened to some of your stuff.
    So much potential!
    People are listening to your stuff and hardly any comments.
    I'm sure it's because you're not mixing things down.
    All the tracks in each tune seem to be playing at the same level.
    No breaks no pauses no changes.
    When you get something going you stick with it and keep it repeating.
    I know that place.
    It's because your enjoying that moment so much.
    There are some great sounds coming from you.
    Stop enjoying yourself so much in those headphones.
    Stop with the self indulgence and edit your work.
    If you do I think more people will stop by and leave comments.
    Seriously some great sounding stuff but too chaotic.

    Reply by DrCoolest

    Thanks for your considerate input.I actually do this to be self indulgent
    as I don't receive pay and just do it for my pleasure,I'm not that concerned
    about folks leaving comments and there may not be any listeners that enjoy
    my edits. Minimalism-inpressionism is sometimes a tedious genre to listen
    to and not all will enjoy it.I am grateful to Looperman and the members
    for allowing me to express my "art" in my own way and appreciate any
    and all input.....Doc

  6. silverman
    silverman on Sat 13th May 2017 - 4 years ago

    With determination I got three quarters of the way through but it was unpleasant to be honest.
    Calm it down.
    It needs mastering.
    There are some great possibilities but no one in or out of their minds could .... I might be wrong.
    Lets see what others think.

    Reply by DrCoolest

    Again thank you for your comments....Doc

  7. silverman
    silverman on Sat 13th May 2017 - 4 years ago

    Psychedelic for sure but but but it's completely mad!
    Somewhere in there is a great track but at the moment it's just a huge onslaught a wall of noise!
    There needs to be some breaks some pauses some changes to the wall of sound that is so overpowering I can't get to the end of this!!!!!

    Reply by DrCoolest

    Of course you are right.This is like other of my tunes "minimalistic"
    not really edited to separate(but edited).Not for all to listen, but I appreciate
    your input....thanx,....Doc

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