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posted : 2005.Feb.15 @ 10.05am
New Music Tuesdays! Wink
This is a older piece that i would like to share.
Its meant to be sort of a intro to the rest of the songs I'm writing right now.
It needs a master and i really want to rerecord it on a real piano! - but such is life.
Let me know what you think?
>> The Unbearable Weight of Emptiness by RobotCollision







posted : 2005.Feb.15 @ 11.55am
Another piece perfect for the Silky Movie soundtrack.
The atmospheric sounds add so much. I think hearing it played on a real
piano by someone with serious chops would push it even further. I would
also like to hear a touch more variation and a couple more minutes. The
openness of it makes it less taxing and it's nice when pieces like that are
given time to soak in. I can definitely hear a cohesive album coming together.
It goes well with your visual style. It makes me happy that you are doing this.







posted : 2005.Feb.18 @ 12.39am
"I would also like to hear a touch more variation and a couple more minutes" - i must agree, that the only thing in this piece that I kept waiting for, was development ... well, another 2 min of the piece...
Great to hear it though, don't take me wrong, it's not badly developed 2 min we are missing, but some potentially very cool 2 min that are not there Wink . I am so happy that SLK (RobotCollision) is out and making it public. Definitely another great sound scape!







posted : 2005.Feb.18 @ 1.15pm
ooooohhh dark and moody...my favorite. I could listen to about 3 hours of this at 3 in the morning.


super-inspa-marational!







posted : 2005.Mar.03 @ 1.41am
that's a pretty serious title, the music serves it well. a real piano wouldn't be a bad idea, but it sounds great regardless.

what did you use for the grumbling noise?







posted : 2005.Mar.04 @ 12.44am
Hi All!
Thanks alot for the feedback- lots of food for thought -
I will probably keep it the same length though, I want it to intro the other songs
And then end with a really built up reprise version of it to end the EP...
And I definitely want my wife to replay it on a real piano - she’s got the chops for sure!
Marc I actually used my own voice for that grumbling noise, its just really twisted.

slk.







posted : 2005.Jun.30 @ 9.07am
>> Greenshack Music has more Robot Collision
tunes in the Good Sounds section. Very Happy Any music flow in the house, Silk?






    

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