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Reviews for "Coyote and Two Deer"

Coyote and Two Deer
by Weird Polymer
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Sat, Apr 9, 2005 @ 7:27 PM

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Budapest BluesBoy
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permalink   Sun, Apr 10, 2005 @ 7:06 AM
Sorry. This is not fun. Your track is not rock. Without feeling U Can’t make or use the rock and roll. Your guitar sounds like the first lesson for absolute beginners. Where is the composition, where is the arrange, chum? Where U R, where U R from? U gotcha get work it on…
 
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permalink   Weird Polymer Sun, Apr 10, 2005 @ 8:56 AM
Sorry you were disappointed. There actually isn’t any real guitar in it and that is probably what you are hearing or in this case not hearing. In any event, I should have turned the guitarish patch down and had the marimba and vibe parts stand out more as that is where the melody is. As you suggest I’ll re-work the piece in the coming weeks.

Thank you for the review. Frank critism is always helpful.
Fujimo
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permalink   Mon, Apr 11, 2005 @ 5:40 AM
whatever, the sounds can always be better but you still put on some of the best compositions here.
 
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permalink   Weird Polymer Mon, Apr 11, 2005 @ 1:43 PM
Thanks for the vote of condifence.
teru
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permalink   Mon, Apr 11, 2005 @ 10:06 PM
I can’t say I picture a nature scene with this one. I think sounds more like a old-school jewel heist movie soundtrack. Definately a bit of tension there though.
But the whistles have got to go. ; )
 
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permalink   Weird Polymer Tue, Apr 12, 2005 @ 6:24 AM
But I was given the whistle as a child and they give me great comfort 8^)
Pat Chilla The Beat Gorilla
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permalink   Mon, Apr 18, 2005 @ 7:29 AM
I love the overall vibe of this track!!! Listening to your other works, I assumed the tiny guitar and cheesy whistle were somewhat sarcastic, maybe not. This piece reminds me of a video game developers (talking Nintendo and Sega Genesis here) attempt to make some cool rock & roll theme music within the confines of 8 bit quality and wavetable synthesis. Thats not a dis, just the vibe I get from it. I think its pretty cool, the whistle just makes me chuckle :)
 
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permalink   Weird Polymer Tue, Apr 19, 2005 @ 7:52 AM
Pat, thanks for the encouragement and good words. Yep the whistle represented the urban setting where I saw the Coyote and Two Deer (I was standing on a commuter train platform). The cheezy guitar was the tension as the Coyote focused on a couple of rabit but was still thinking about the deer. You’re right about the choices in the guitar and whistle, I enjoy a bit of sillyness and am using the limited nature of my sound libraries as a creative constraint. It does remind me too of video game stuff. Maybe I can find me a video game to score …