[LAU] Music made with linux: Modlys/Flow
julien at c-lab.de
Sun Mar 7 16:49:39 EST 2010
OK, now I had time to take a first listen. Admittedly I skipped a bit here
and there. But a few pieces held my complete attention right up to the end.
It's a mazing, especially considering, that you only had one month for it.
Some very interesting and gripping sounds. One piece, that overwhelmed me
soundvise was "langstom gengivelse 1". May I ask, how you created the choir
sound? It reminds me so much of Tomitas version of pictures of an exhibition
or the night on the bare mountain.
"uden dig" was interesting to listen to, as there was the remix. Always
interesting to see, what one can make out of one song. The heaviness of the
remix is enjoyable, the bass is so killer in this context.
If "der er stille her" hadn't been that repetitive I would have enjoyed it
even more than I did now. The old fashionedness of the piece, especially
amidst all the modern pieces was surprising.
Overall, it is again well mixed and balanced. And there are sounds I'd like
to have myself, if my setup was up to some good old electronic music with
machine hardened preciseness. :-) I think I will revisite a few of these
pieces again with pleasure. Maybe in between some baroque and some 70s prog
rock. They'll make a nice change. :-)
Music was my first love and it will be my last (John Miles)
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