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Reviews for "Coyote Rabbit Night Watch"

Coyote Rabbit Night Watch
by gurdonark
Recommends (5)
Sun, Nov 27, 2005 @ 12:46 AM

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teru
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permalink   Sun, Nov 27, 2005 @ 9:19 AM
Cool. : )

That works well.
 
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permalink   gurdonark Mon, Nov 28, 2005 @ 3:53 AM
Quote: Cool. : )

That works well.


Thanks, Teru. Your sample is so good that it was fun to use it to pursue something different.
fourstones
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permalink   Tue, Nov 29, 2005 @ 11:05 AM
I’m impressed with the sample manipulation and if I were picking incidental music for a movie I might very well consider this — in the stream of remixes however the high screechy thingies just end up breaking up the mood.
 
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permalink   gurdonark Wed, Nov 30, 2005 @ 4:48 PM
Thank you for the feedback, Victor. I think that this is more “incidental” music, too, and I should start tagging my things that way.

When I first got the high pitched screech, I did not like it. Then I convinced myself it fit. But now I’m coming back to my original view.
Ran Dumb Dots...... .. .
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permalink   Wed, Nov 30, 2005 @ 6:00 PM
I like it with or without the screech - nice work. I agree that this would be good for a movie soundtrack, perhaps sans screech but with some other high-pitch sound going on in the movie’s setting (e.g. subway trains rushing by or a downed power line making that arcing sound)….. .. .
 
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permalink   fourstones Thu, Dec 1, 2005 @ 4:13 PM
Quote: Then I convinced myself it fit. But now I’m coming back to my original view.

actually there’s a pretty profound comment on the way I approach composing/remixing in there: how much of the creative process is fighting the urge to rationalize?? ;)
 
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permalink   gurdonark Sun, Dec 4, 2005 @ 12:48 PM
Quote: I like it with or without the screech - nice work. I agree that this would be good for a movie soundtrack, perhaps sans screech but with some other high-pitch sound going on in the movie’s setting (e.g. subway trains rushing by or a downed power line making that arcing sound)….. .. .

I like that idea of a train whistle. That would work well. Thanks for your kind words!
 
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permalink   gurdonark Sun, Dec 4, 2005 @ 12:50 PM
Quote: Quote: Then I convinced myself it fit. But now I’m coming back to my original view.

actually there’s a pretty profound comment on the way I approach composing/remixing in there: how much of the creative process is fighting the urge to rationalize?? ;)


Yes. For me, the moment of creative explosion is what works, particularly as I do better with things that aren’t what is expected than I do by trying to match genre expectations. Rationalization has its useful purposes—I’ve tossed many an inferior piece by using it wisely—but ultimately, creativity requires that one trust the intuition, whether it sends the eagle soaring or Icarus crashing and burning.
DeBenedictis
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permalink   Sun, Dec 11, 2005 @ 3:29 PM
I’m really excited by your progress here.

So cool.

This is really moody and intriguing.
 
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permalink   gurdonark Sun, Dec 11, 2005 @ 10:30 PM
Quote: I’m really excited by your progress here.

So cool.

This is really moody and intriguing.


Thanks! I enjoyed doing this one, because I had this sample of coyotes that I wanted to share in some unique way. It’s been fun to increase my mixing skills.