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    Ah thanks! I'll download everything from your mp3.com.au page. I just had to search through that site a bit deeper (it looked like there was only the Game Soundtrack album from the first sight) .
    EDIT: <3 Sad Campfire Music.
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    Glad you liked that one. I actually really wanted to do something that sounded like that, but couldn't think up a good secondary melody so I went and played on the guitar for a while and ended up with a really distorted riff that I decided to just turn into that little ocarina melody. I think it sounds pretty good. The little flute-y bits in the background are my favorite parts, though.
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    Update.

    I actually recorded two songs for the BBS mixtape. I wasn't sure which was better, so I sent in Egyptian Robot Battle.

    Here is the other one. I titled it Damn You, Balthazar.

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    Enjoy! Feedback is much appreciated, as always.

    In other news, I think I might get back to music with vocals soon. I've got a few ideas popping around in my head. Recording a few songs with a cohesive plan in mind and attempting to write some lyrics will be at the very least a creative exercise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-6005 View Post
    Update.

    I actually recorded two songs for the BBS mixtape. I wasn't sure which was better, so I sent in Egyptian Robot Battle.

    Here is the other one. I titled it Damn You, Balthazar.

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    Enjoy! Feedback is much appreciated, as always.

    In other news, I think I might get back to music with vocals soon. I've got a few ideas popping around in my head. Recording a few songs with a cohesive plan in mind and attempting to write some lyrics will be at the very least a creative exercise.
    I like it. It's way better than Egyptian Robot Battle (just in my opinion). I'm curious on how your songs with vocals will sound.
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    I don't know exactly why, but the Balthazar is kinda like the most forgettable your song so far O_O. Your songs usually leave some trace or association so I can remember the melody, this time I can't recall anything. I'll listen it again and will try to figure out what's wrong.
    Well, it was better this time, it's a classic T's composition, it has it all, but yeah, I have to pay some special attention to remember it.
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    Well, I finished one of three upcoming planned songs in which I sing. Which means that I've written lyrics, which is one of the most frustrating things for me, but I felt the need to stretch some long-dormant creative muscles and give it a go. That and the fact that my electric is currently out of commission means that I had to go it acoustic this time, too.

    Most of my problems revolve around my inability to enjoy my own lyrics because they suck, and my aversion to singing on tracks because my voice is awful. In any case, I hope you all enjoy this song. It's called The Way It Is.
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    And here are the lyrics as they're sung.

    Puzzle boxes, paradoxes,
    early nights and higher taxes,
    new locks on old doors.
    Changing clocks and worn floors
    and I don't care what you're fighting for,
    So I can't be yours

    But you can't be a hero,
    If you live inside the machine.
    And you can't be a hero
    You live inside this machine

    Board games and toy trains,
    Special occasions with cheap champagne,
    Smiles and nods,
    Christmas will be hard this year
    None of us will be here,
    We've lost our facade.

    But you can't be a hero,
    If you live inside this machine,
    And you can't be a hero.
    You live inside the machine

    Inside the machine
    Inside the machine
    Inside the machine
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    T, you criticize yourself waaaaaays to harsh.
    I loved the song right after first listening, lyrics are great, full of metaphors so it leaves a wide field for imagination and thinking about meaning. A bit psychedelic, a bit blues and a lot of Thibault's classic spatial (had to use a dictionary for this word) sound. Pleasant vocals and backvocals.
    You definitely shouldn't leave this direction and keep making songs with vocals.
    5/5!
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    The Way It Is

    I enoyed it. Not really much to say. Maybe a tad too much reverb?

    Damn You, Balthazar

    I definitely enjoyed this one more than than the Egyptian Robot Battle, but I think you just need to fool around with panning a bit more. It seems that there's too much going on in the center. Also, compressors are your friend as I've just recently discovered.

    Anyways, I give these songs a rating of 6. PERFECT!

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    "The Way it Is" is a great song. Of course the guitar rocks, but I especially like the backing vocals. And I don't know if the crescendo effect with the vocals were intended or if it just happened that way, but that was nice. Good to hear you singing again.
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    Yeah, the backing vocals just sounded right, and then I thought about maybe trying to start soft and build, and it came together quite nicely, I think.

    I also like the lyrics a little bit, which is unusual. I generally don't.

    Homer, you're right about too much reverb on the voice, but again, it's because the sound of my voice seems keyed to sound like screeching chaos to my ears, so I need to reverb and chorus it a little bit. Also I've found that a little reverb cuts acoustic hum wonderfully.
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