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Reviews for "Hard Moon Light"

Hard Moon Light
by DJ.E-State
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Sat, Dec 15, 2007 @ 4:09 PM

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gurdonark
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permalink   Mon, Dec 17, 2007 @ 5:43 AM
That’s a pretty, movie-score intro and vocal, leading into a solid set of light beats. I like the little ascending bells. The tinker-tonk keyboard and the bass work well together. I could imagine that the strings might be placed on multiple tracks and then panned into the extremes of the tracks to create a more “surrounding” sound than their somewhat subdued current place, but that’s a more in the realm of suggestion than critique.

That horn solo is just right to vary the action at 2:27. The guitar line is very nice right afterward. This is a really good remix—it’s got a graceful feel and a solid sound.
 
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permalink   DJ.E-State Mon, Dec 17, 2007 @ 9:54 AM
Thanks for such detailed inspection! Seems like you enumerated each component of my track, glad you liked it :)
As for this
Quote: GurdonarkI could imagine that the strings might be placed on multiple tracks and then panned into the extremes of the tracks to create a more “surrounding” sound than their somewhat subdued current place
I would like to try doing this, but unfortunately I haven’t understood you well enough here ( I would be thankful if you could share some tips about this..
Is it about using something kinda Stereo Enhancer plugin with stereo separation and phase offset?
Do you think it should be used all over the track or at particular moments?
Kwame
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permalink   Sun, Dec 16, 2007 @ 7:10 AM
Nice instrumental!
Hope a good Mc will complete it… But it’s also cool to listen without voices.
duckett
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permalink   Sun, Dec 16, 2007 @ 8:05 AM
…Can’t you put out some crummy beats for a change? ;)
That is some “hard” moon light…
Clarance Boddyker
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permalink   Wed, Dec 19, 2007 @ 5:55 PM
Another E-State banger!

All of the sound structures come together well, you have perfected this ominous, tragic, menacing vibe with hardcore, underground beat structures.

As usual, great job.

Another thing, I agree with DJIZ very much, you make beats that are pleasing to hear as instrumental or with vocals, almost every beat.