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Kling Klang (Instrumental)


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alexweiler

 Genre: Electropop

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A work in progress ... maybe additional vocals could be fine? Any annotations, suggestions and votings are welcome.
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Hits: 3451
Comments: 11
Fans: 4
Plays: 207
Downloads: 139
Votes: 2
Uploaded: Feb 26, 2007 - 03:38:24 PM
Last Updated: Mar 03, 2007 - 08:59:13 AM Last Played: Apr 10, 2018 - 06:28:55 AM
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Hardware:
Mac G5,
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Software:
Logic Express 7.x
Comments
said 4309 days ago (February 27th, 2007)
direction
I like where you are taking this To me it is more progressive Dont know what you plan on adding to me it seems complete Good rythm.
alexweiler said 4309 days ago (February 27th, 2007)
Variation
Thanks ego for stopping. Maybe you are right ... the parts sound too similar to the my ears. I will have to let it rest..
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rtcooper said 4309 days ago (February 27th, 2007)
GOOD BUILD
Bass keeps us grounded and going in the Direction.

There is a melancholy image in the background of this Sound Painting; pensive, more than dark.

Longing, perhaps.

The finish fade could be longer, less sudden after the lengthy presentation/dialogue.
A FINE Listen.

Best Regards,
Cooper
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alexweiler said 4309 days ago (February 27th, 2007)
Thanks, Cooper
for your comments. Apropos bass ... I'm still disconcerned about the bassline and the ending.

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rtcooper said 4309 days ago (February 27th, 2007)
Annotations
There is room for additional voices, such as strings or synth sweeps and short repetition phrases.

As well as the opportunity to compress these elements into a shorter statement, that emerges more quickly after the proper build, which You Already have Here (that should not be shortened as it is prelude to all the other gestures that follow).

VBR,
Cooper
Check out my latest song called The Loon and the Hula Moon (mstr)
alexweiler said 4309 days ago (February 27th, 2007)
I agree ...
to all points. Until now I reflected, if the structure/built up is o.k. Yes, vocals would be a great deal ... the people out there are welcome.
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***itiswotitis*** said 4308 days ago (February 28th, 2007)
i can hear voice in here
bjork style maybe
the music is lovely...again a thoughtful traack
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alexweiler said 4308 days ago (February 28th, 2007)
easy to imagine
any singer in mind ;-) ?

Thx, alex
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five_extra_arms said 4224 days ago (May 23rd, 2007)
I keep coming back...
...to listen to this song. It's really colorful and packed with dark melodies. This is my kinda sound from my favorite romantic electric era. You have really good influences that have enriched your style.
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alexweiler said 4224 days ago (May 23rd, 2007)
Welcome back, Steve
I'm brain-washed by completely different styles of music (everything between electronic and hard rock, even gothic metal). Guess, this one is influenced by ... lets say ... wolfsheim, kraftwerk, tomcraft, phallus dei and maybe a breeze of conjure one.
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alexweiler said 4223 days ago (May 24th, 2007)
welcome back, bob
the last post was adressed to bob (not steve). Sorry, for the blackout, bob!
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Name: Alex Weiler
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Genre Info
Electropop (also called Technopop) is a subgenre of synth pop music which flourished during the early 1980s, although the first recordings were made in the late 1970s. Numerous bands have carried on the electropop tradition into the 1990s and 2000s.

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