well... I really don't know... but one thing : do not regret !!
@ASYMMETROI FAROI: thanks !!! :)
Awesome! So emotive!
@rebekah-anne-vesey: thank you very much, I really appreciate :)))))))))
@itneverhappened: thanks alot :))
Great track. Love the atmosphere.
@Nemorospo: merci ! la deuxième partie est la première à l'envers, afin d'illustrer le concept de retour en arrière :)))
L'association de cette guitare rauque et profonde avec ce xylophone est vraiment originale et réussie. Le break crée une excellente respiration, un peu en apnée, car une douce frayeur demeure, on sent bien que le gros son va revenir. C'est très inventif et génial. Bravo! (The combination of this deep husky guitar with this xylo is really original and successful. The break creates an excellent breathing, but a little snorkeling, because fear remains softly, we feel that the big sound will return. It's very inventive and awesome. Bravo!)
@hdathome: haha ! thanks ! and you're right, just think about the use of music boxes with little melodies... so scary !!! :))
The glockenspiel is the most powerful instrument in creating horror movies… Great power track. I've heard a similar energy in other French tracks of these days, seems that a second storming of the Bastille is about to happen… :-)
@Alexander Hallberg NO: really appreciated ;))
Love this, enchanting track Eduard!
Strong blend of beautiful sounds
@Kibeja: \m/ !!!!!
@Kibeja: I'm really glad you think this ! I was not sure at all it would work... I thought it was so crappy, but I posted anyway, just to get ideas from external opinions ! Seems it works ! lol !! Thanks for listening :))
Pow - dig it!! Really well conceived work Edouard!
Awesome - so very clever!
Very powerful and intriguing Edouard!
Yummy start to this - oh the tintinnabulation!!
@Caalamus: all praises to la pasta !!!!
@Caalamus: haha ! I'm happy now, I had some cool feedbacks, like yours...:)
@Edouard Trolliet: You think so? I thought the Giutar was real... & remembered you saying you didn't play ...so I assumed it was a sample. I don't know man... I think it's fine... but you're the one who has to be happy with it, right. P.S. I'm not a devil worshiper... I'm a Pastafarian click
@Caalamus: yes, it's so strange !! But it's because you're also a devil worshiper... we hide in the shadows...
In fact I was quite sure the whole track was a crap, the reversed part at the end (to show the concept of turning back) was a crap idea, that the guitars sounds were not credible at all, etc, etc...
@Caalamus: I don't understand how Quartz Clocks commented here days ago... & it wasn't there earlier when I commented here & now... it's on TOP of my comment :P It's cause you're a devil worshiper... I know it is! Hahahahahahaha! Well... I don't see what about this tune would have you desperate... there are a few ruff spots in the Harmony after 1:30... but they seem minor & I had to look for them. Actually mostly around 2:30... which seems intentional as it ushers in the fade out before the monologue. If it was I who wrote this... I could see myself adding another voice... but it's not, to my ears suffering the absence of one... I can actually hear a Choir in the outro :]
@Caalamus: hey ! What's up John ? Thanks ! I thought I was at an impasse with this track ... In desperation I posted for someone to tell me how I could get out. Ultimately it is the track that has been the most widely read ! Bizarre... :)))
That's a nice contrast between the crunchy Guitar & the Gentle bells :]
@Steve Ferguson: merci Steve... Ce morceau est une sorte de recyclage de choses inabouties, qui finalement, ont abouti ! haha !! :))
@Steve Ferguson: en fait, moi non plus...
Super son Edouard et l'ajout du dialogue est cool!
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