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Deep Thought   [2010]

Deep Thought Released by :

Release Date :
17 April 2010

Type :
C64 Music


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User rating:awaiting 8 votes (2 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Music .... Hermit of Samar Productions, SIDRIP Alliance, Singular

SIDs used in this release :
Deep Thought(/MUSICIANS/H/Hermit/Deep_Thought.sid)

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http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/88063/deepthought.prg (downloads: 182)

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User Comment
Submitted by Radiant on 20 April 2010
I really like the instruments and the harmonies, but I think the tune is a bit too repetitive rhythmically, and it doesn't develop much once it gets going. Nice one, still.
User Comment
Submitted by Mr. Mouse on 19 April 2010
This could be called old skool these days. Say, 1990-1994.
User Comment
Submitted by Hermit on 19 April 2010
Yeah, I realized the similarity :) When I gave the title 1-2 months ago, I didn't know about your tune. I hope it doesn't cause any confusion...
BTW, I like 'your version', short really, but the melody is really touching, and I think you have better selection for arps as triangle waveform.....

About chords: I came back where I started composing years ago. I try to avoid knowing which chords I'm using, just listening to my ears. I hear the minor/major/major7 sounding of the cords, but I never want to know more, when I'm writing the melody/chord progression. As I eliminate the musical knowledge, and emphasize what I feel, some really experimental things can happen compared to my 'technical'/'scientifical' composing.
Sometimes I wish if I've never learned the chords...on the other hand, when playing live, they're useful - but IMO too much knowledge stands in the way of emotional composing.. - Some may agree, some not, but nowadays I feel better composing free...
User Comment
Submitted by Klegg on 19 April 2010
Somehow the title reminds me of Deep Thoughts ;)

This is a LOT better though! I like it. :)
User Comment
Submitted by endo on 19 April 2010
very nice, I like the bass & drums.
User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 19 April 2010
Now that I've listened this some 5 times through... Still the drumbeat and the bass(line) makes a huge effect on me, especially when it begins. Nice harmonies here and there but still I miss "the perfect lead melody" for this tune as everything else is almost perfect.
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 18 April 2010
yeah interesting harmonies and "improvisation" lead .... and infact i think it sounds better on 6581 =)
User Comment
Submitted by NecroPolo on 18 April 2010
Pretty fine music. Sounds like an acid jazz base theme and a song-length impromptu solo played with skilled ears and hands for jazz.
User Comment
Submitted by DRAX on 18 April 2010
Interesting harmonies and lead!!! Nice to hear some experimenting harmony wise!!
User Comment
Submitted by Fredrik on 18 April 2010
Nice instruments!
User Comment
Submitted by Hermit on 17 April 2010
I'd be happy if I could compose nearly as great melodies as Drax, but maybe in my next life...:)

Did you listen the music thoroughly? After the first verse the melodies become less dissonant..maybe the beginning is less cheesy, but this is somehow going deeper in mood a bit....
User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 17 April 2010
Love the bass and the drums. The start of the tune is awesome but I think if Drax made the melody it could be 10/10.. :-)
User Comment
Submitted by Hermit on 17 April 2010
I've composed this zak a while ago, it was intended to be a demo endsequence music but then it wasn't needed...
I hope you find your interest in it...
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