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Reviews for "Winter Glow (Elijah Lucian remix)"

Winter Glow (Elijah Lucian re...
by Elijah Lucian
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Sat, Apr 20, 2013 @ 4:33 PM

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Snowflake
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permalink   Sun, Apr 21, 2013 @ 4:48 PM
wow. this is fantastic. brilliant arrangement and production. well thought out and perfectly executed. intricate changes, placement of instruments. great vocal treatment. is that a rap in the last verse? what would you call this genre? so many delightful elements here. very professional recording. thank you for remixing.
 
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permalink   Elijah Lucian Sun, Apr 21, 2013 @ 5:19 PM
Quote: snowflakewow. this is fantastic. brilliant arrangement and production. well thought out and perfectly executed. intricate changes, placement of instruments. great vocal treatment. is that a rap in the last verse? what would you call this genre? so many delightful elements here. very professional recording. thank you for remixing.

haha I have no idea what this genre would be. I just throw stuff together and create with whatever i hear in my head. :) Glad you like it! I am a big fan too, no rap just me making mouth percussive noises haha. Thanks for the great vocals! I love the tone in your voice, it has great tension. This was only a few hours to be honest, i will revisit in a week or so and finish it probably. :) Just had my first listen back today. I love it! haha.
 
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permalink   Snowflake Sun, Apr 21, 2013 @ 5:29 PM
awesome! what i like about your mix is how you kept developing it throughout. the ear needs new little moments and you give it. nicely done.
 
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permalink   Elijah Lucian Sun, Apr 21, 2013 @ 5:31 PM
Quote: snowflakeawesome! what i like about your mix is how you kept developing it throughout. the ear needs new little moments and you give it. nicely done.

:) would you believe that I actually created this beat about 1 hour before i looked for vocals and found yours, in the same key and pretty much at exactly the same tempo.. i sped up my instrumental 4 bpm to fit it… then of course fleshed out the original musical concept around your lyrics. but it’s crazy how they just seemed to drop together.

it’s fate!