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Abra Cadaver   [2012]

Abra Cadaver Released by :

Release Date :
28 July 2012

Type :
C64 Music

bass solo with lament

User rating:****______  3.8/10 (11 votes)   See votestatistics
******____  6.5/10 (5 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Music .... Pievspie

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User Comment
Submitted by Xiny6581 on 4 August 2012
I like this tune alot. It has many nice elements. The baseline is experimental and gives a nice spacefeeling. Great usage of the 6581 chip. Keep on doing more songs in your onw way! Love that classical feeling in this, as well.
User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 30 July 2012
For me music needs something catchy in the first 20-30 seconds to listen onwards.
Maybe this is art but I have no sense for this kind of art.
User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 29 July 2012
This is a really nice and relaxing tune, thank you for releasing it. I especially like it from around 4:40 onwards. Don't listen to the haters, they'll slag off anyone who dares to do something different because it makes them feel big and important. Continue doing your thing!
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Submitted by The Shadow on 29 July 2012
The music starts to really pick up around 1:40. You got to love the name :)
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Submitted by Ole Marius on 28 July 2012
Hm! has some nice atmospheric parts, and the bass part is rather interesting.

However, i do think it stretches a little long. LISTENABILITY is a rather vague word.

Kinda have to agree with Dane on that one… I feel "listenability" and composition kinda goes hand in hand. One way or the other…
User Comment
Submitted by pievspie on 28 July 2012
thanks Dane and its true The problem with not 'editing for listenability' is that most people won't listen to your tune. It's called a hook for a reason, that's what you need to reel them in!but ...dont forget I dont give a shit if people cant be arsed to listen thru well fuck em
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Submitted by Dane on 28 July 2012
Some parts in the tune after 1:30 were quite nice and I thought of it as rather cinematic.

The problem with not 'editing for listenability' is that most people won't listen to your tune. It's called a hook for a reason, that's what you need to reel them in! :) However, it's your tune and your choice.
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Submitted by pievspie on 28 July 2012
also it uses 3 voice the bass solo alone uses 5ths 2 voices and when the lament kiks in all 3 are in use rather than use an arp i used 2 channels to form the power chord for the bass solo
so please listen thru b4 commenting in a negative manner this applies to all csdb releases not just my opinion but give shit a chance ffs
User Comment
Submitted by pievspie on 28 July 2012
as a response i must say PERSEVERE the tune is 9 mins the lament dont occur till 5 mins and the second movement at 8 mins people seem to give up while still listening to the bass guitar solo section ...patience people it is what it is i dont edit for listenabilty ;)
User Comment
Submitted by Didi on 28 July 2012
Cannot compose myself but this one is really boring and uses only one voice.
Would have been a nice background sound for one of the very early C64 games maybe.
User Comment
Submitted by Conrad on 28 July 2012
Really guys, "1" votes for this? Did any of you actually listen to the whole tune? ... name-voting strikes again!
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