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Reviews for "Lisa DeBenedictis-Below (nero's deep below the belt mix)"

Lisa DeBenedictis-Below (nero...
by nero
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Sun, Oct 9, 2005 @ 7:12 AM

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Analog By Nature
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permalink   Sun, Oct 9, 2005 @ 12:17 PM
cool mix…..
definatly old school
 
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permalink   nero Thu, Oct 13, 2005 @ 3:46 PM
I appreciate the comments! Early Moroder, not so much. And I’ve grown a bit disturbed with “Casio” synths. I was never happy with the weird slicing of the vocal in this track. But, it was an exercise if nothing else. There’s something quite unusual about the the harmonic motive.

-Jonah

Quote: It is throwbackish, but in a fun way. If you’re going for the full “early Moroder” effect, you’ll need some rising and falling high-pitched analog presets from your synths, and the bass line will need to throb a bit more :).

This certainly has a dancefloor thing going, although I think it’s going to need more volume in the beat.

The marriage of the vocal to the instruments is quite interesting. The mild morphs of her voice by and large work, and keep things from getting monotonous.

It’s been aptly said that Lisa’s voice conveys a different emotion in each mix, and here you’ve gotten her voice to convey a kind of desperation the other mixes don’t always give—which is appropriate to the
lyrical content.

It might be fun to go even more “Casio” with this one, and to make the melody more a tinkertoy synth line.

“your disinterest draws me in” is still a great lyric. Lisa’s such a fun songwriter.
gurdonark
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permalink   Sun, Oct 9, 2005 @ 5:22 AM
It is throwbackish, but in a fun way. If you’re going for the full “early Moroder” effect, you’ll need some rising and falling high-pitched analog presets from your synths, and the bass line will need to throb a bit more :).

This certainly has a dancefloor thing going, although I think it’s going to need more volume in the beat.

The marriage of the vocal to the instruments is quite interesting. The mild morphs of her voice by and large work, and keep things from getting monotonous.

It’s been aptly said that Lisa’s voice conveys a different emotion in each mix, and here you’ve gotten her voice to convey a kind of desperation the other mixes don’t always give—which is appropriate to the
lyrical content.

It might be fun to go even more “Casio” with this one, and to make the melody more a tinkertoy synth line.

“your disinterest draws me in” is still a great lyric. Lisa’s such a fun songwriter.
Dan S.
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permalink   Fri, Jan 18, 2008 @ 12:19 PM
I just wanted to tell you I chose your track for my mix album “Cathayist ccMixtape Vol. 1”.

You can see the thread and download link here:
http://ccmixter.org/media/thread/1336

Keep up the good music!