Fraud: a poignant tribute to the progrock's heyday

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https://soundcloud.com/besbuenduf/fraud

Enjoy and feel free to comment.
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i really like the opening loop. for my ears the lead in the middle is a bit too loud (some levels are not 100% optimal). but overall it was a very interesting listen! :tu:
it is better to have a track with some mistakes than a track without any soul
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When I saw prog rock, I had to give a listen. For me, what you did is nice, but it seems like only part of a song as traditional prog rock was endless. I'd like to see this more developed into a longer piece, maybe even with some vocals.

All in all, nice listen.

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tomtom1 wrote: Fri Aug 04, 2023 7:30 am i really like the opening loop. for my ears the lead in the middle is a bit too loud (some levels are not 100% optimal). but overall it was a very interesting listen! :tu:
Thanks!
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wagtunes wrote: Fri Aug 04, 2023 10:48 am When I saw prog rock, I had to give a listen. For me, what you did is nice, but it seems like only part of a song as traditional prog rock was endless. I'd like to see this more developed into a longer piece, maybe even with some vocals.

All in all, nice listen.
Thanks! Well, sometimes the progrock pieces were way too endless ;) This particular one was inspired (in terms of general feeling) by short classics like the ELP's "From The Beginning" or Rush's "The Trees". I personally prefer shorter forms, though in the past I experimented with some longer ones, e.g.
https://soundcloud.com/besbuenduf/a-pin ... de-of-fail
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