TrekStar wrote:I enjoyed the listen. nice and well balanced synth-sounds
Thanks very much for listening and commenting, wolf. Glad you enjoyed it
Gotta love that energyXT synth
layzer wrote:nice composition here, tim! like the others, i got the action show vibe as well.... like, a spy vs. spy thing.
gotta love EXT2.
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fateamenabletochange wrote:very cool arranging. Sounds like lots of attention to detail. And a bit more reverb on this than some of your others perhaps. Very cool deep watery bass sound.
btw, wouldn't have thought Zebra would dent an i5 much.
any1particular wrote:Hey Tim!!!...you know what I think is SO cool about this track is it leaves the listener in constant suspense? You know? The listener wonders what interesting sonic goodness is going to pop out of the lush labyrinth? I didn't read all the other posts so if this was already asked sorry but what instruments-reverbs-eqs and the like did you use on this lovely track?
mikusan wrote:(...trying to catch up on my listening...)
Great stuff here Tim, I'm definitely getting that 80s action movie feel (I remember the movie, didn't it have Gene Simmons (sans Kiss makeup) as the villain? Oy, that's one face that should've stayed hidden )...
As always, there's a fine sense of progression that makes the track seem shorter than it actually is, and your sound choices are spot-on. Speaking of which, Jorgen should surely be paying you for showing off the capabilities of EnergyXT...
TranceLover007 wrote:Can quite put me fingers on this style but doesn't really matter Tim sounded really cool man, some blend of 80's and 90's electronic journey productions and quite well done/produce.
You have create really nice and evocative soundscape around this whole track --> that's what make this really sweet man
All the best,
2NDMOUSE wrote:Really grew on me the more I listened. For some reason I was thinking of Australia the whole way through , but particularly the mad max films , because of that initial metallic sounding bass stab.
For what its worth , the bass ending sounds good to me. I thought " he coulda ended it on a quadruplet , just like he used throughout the track " but the more I thought about it , it just felt ok the way it is.