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Reviews for "Magic in Your Eyes (Cathayist Remix)"

Songboy3
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permalink   Thu, Aug 9, 2007 @ 8:41 PM
I gotta tell you - I never tire of hear what you amazing folks on CC come up with when I upload an a cappella! It being so fast caught me off guard but I’m diggin’ it! A lot! I’ve been playin’ this and Loveshadows mix of ‘Guessin’ Games’ all day long! I’d definitely like to hear what other ideas you might have for this song. Y’all make this guy feel like a kid in a candy store! Woo-Hoo!!!

BTW, it’s 89bpm….
 
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permalink   Dan S. Fri, Aug 10, 2007 @ 1:12 AM
Thanks!
Do you think I could get permission to use this on my debut album? I’m releasing it on a small-time label and of course the credit will go to you.
 
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permalink   Songboy3 Fri, Aug 10, 2007 @ 10:43 PM
I went to your website & it says you and your partners release music for free. If you’re doing the same with this, then I’ve got no problem. But, of course, if you’re trying to make money, we need to discuss some things. Get back to me when you can!
slumberlords
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permalink   Fri, Aug 10, 2007 @ 5:43 AM
the sound on this awesome. I dont know how you can make such cystal clear sounds - please tell me! Especially the beat. Interesting vocal, perhaps you could change the warp style on the vocal to complex to smooth it out (assuming you using Live or similar??) Vocal kind of reminds me of Alex Oneill.. Anyway, its really catchy and pro sounding. well done.
 
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permalink   Dan S. Fri, Aug 10, 2007 @ 7:06 AM
I find it scary that you know what warp style I’m using on Ableton. I actually tried Complex but I risk the EQ a bit.

About the crystal clear sounds, nothing a little Auto Filter and EQ8 can’t fix. If if you’re talking about the high synth at the chorus, take the tri-sine from the Simpler program, throw in an arpeggio and ping pong delay and you’re there. You’d be suprised how simple squares and saws are easily manipulated in Live.
 
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permalink   slumberlords Fri, Aug 10, 2007 @ 10:51 AM
yo udont need comlex, you could try tones, thats usually pretty smooth too..

thanx for the tips, Ill see about using simpler a bit more :)
J.Lang
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permalink   Fri, Aug 10, 2007 @ 4:18 AM
Love your take on this track. Another one for the ipod. Really love this one. Great job.
HEKTOR THILLET (coffeeeurope)
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permalink   Sat, Aug 11, 2007 @ 2:32 PM
Holy guacamole dude! This is so flipping sleek. I listened to the singer’s raw voice track first and had this soulful taste afterwards. But what a surprise it was to listen to it in this trip-hopish electronic wave of goodness you got going on here. Really really savvy… yup I’m drooling hehe