Really like the way you've mixed all the voices at the beginning. The whole thing is very quiet and soft.
this fading from distant voices to static back to voices make me feel like im in a scary movie or like im watching a tv that is changing channels on its own
I enjoyed the cohesiveness of the sounds. I also agree in letting the last minute stay on because I found that one of the most interesting parts of the piece was the contrast between the distant sounds-&rt;through reverb and these very internal sounds like breathing and the heart. My critique would be to experiment with pushing the progression or movement in the piece. You did a really good job of setting up this endless space through reverb but I don't feel like I am navigating through it; I'm observing it. Maybe play with sounds getting louder and clearer as I pass them to go forward soemthiing along those lines.
After my second listen I noticed the title you gave the piece which gives the voice more of a context. still a bit anticlimactic.
I like the feeling that makes me feel the listener is slowly transitioning through stages of sleep. very well done but I also just feel a bit bored with this one. maybe if I didnt focus so much on what the voices are saying and dive more into the sounds of your dream state.
I like the structure, Edward. This piece has a good combination of sounds that are relevant to each other. The stretched out sounds are creating a good background in contrast with the voices, which brings those voices to the foreground. This was well engineered, but I noticed a lot of clipping and popping. I am 50/50 on deciding whether or not that was intentional. It seems I have a better understanding of how you process thoughts in relation to how your dreams relate to this piece.
I feel like i'm going throughout the conversations of my day and everyhing that happened and then i drift off into sleep
kind of makes me feel like im hearing old memories. it kind of has a horror movie feel to it.
I think about emptiness when I hear these sounds, as much of the work is populated with ambience. A critique would be that I find myself trying to listen to what the voices at the beginning are saying, rather than the idea of voices themselves.
The reverb on the voices is really bizarre. I like how it turns into rattling, which is what my thoughts do at night. Its definitely an area of varied brain signals, or something.
I made the error of using the bars, rather than seconds, as my time measurement, so I ended up making a project that was 1 minute too long. I decided not to cut it down to a minute because I would have had to make pacing cuts I wasn't willing to make.
The sounds and voice are very dream like. It's cool getting bits of conversation and wanting to know what's going what's the full story of these voices. Great job thunder/ bomb sounds at the end were sick!
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