Andain - Promises (Sonic Ether Cover Remix)

Sonic Ether on February 29, 2012 08:31

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    Well... It's not perfect but if I don't stop being so picky and just upload it it'll just die an unfinished project so here it is. I'm still getting used to working with my own voice in a Trance track so I figured I'd whip up a cover... This song is totally brilliant and I loved putting my own spin on it. I'm learning how to calm my nerves when recording my vocals, things are improving slowly. Produced in FL Studio 10.

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    • Cosmo's Midnight
      Cosmo's Midnight at 3.27 on January 29, 2013 17:57

      Wow, and you can sing, is there anything you can't do haha

    • Xuno
      Xuno at 0.25 on September 05, 2012 02:09

      lmao that wave is artistic all in itself.

    • Sonic Ether
      Sonic Ether at 0.00 on September 02, 2012 02:14

      @Silas Mor: Thanks! I really appreciate the comment :)

    • Silas Mor
      Silas Mor at 0.00 on August 31, 2012 07:24

      Im remaking the original track man, i have mad love for the original. but this, is f'in great. great job on the vocals. goes well. keep doin what u do

    • Keith Herman
      Keith Herman at 3.07 on June 15, 2012 13:43

      this is great, very creative work :D good stuffs!

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    • HyperNewbie
      HyperNewbie on March 03, 2012 23:20

      also, good job nice track listen to my music!

    • Dragor
      Dragor on March 03, 2012 11:49

      Pretty good man. It's been so long, and the last time we talked you were really into pop, and now it seems your back into trance again. Your music really brings back a strong sense of nostalgia back to me, as it still has that "Sonic Ether" distinctive sound that I haven't heard in years. I have to apologise for the unhelpful comment, but I haven't heard trance in years and I wouldn't feel right if I critiqued your work like I used to. I do remember however I used to critique your use of compression but now I think it suits your style very nicely, and it actually adds to your sound. Funny how people change but the music stays the same.

    • Sonic Ether
      Sonic Ether on February 29, 2012 20:29

      @HyperNewbie: Haha thanks for the review dude! I'll admit I was really sloppy and lazy with transitions here.. I have a difficult time getting the <100hz area right... I'll keep working on that :). Yeah man, mids are just as important as highs and lows, contrary to what the loudness war is accomplishing! I really appreciate the feedback, it's so much more useful than 'good job nice track listen to my music'.

    • HyperNewbie
      HyperNewbie on February 29, 2012 10:21

      SONIC ETHER IS BACK! HIDE UR WIVES HIDE UR CHILDREN!

      The voice comes in a bit suddenly, maybe try a reverse reeverb to fade it in. The kick is needs a bit more click and punch, although the low end is warm and nice it needs some 1khz to go with it. Voice seems a bit overcompressed, could do with leaving a bit more dynamics in. That lead is beautiful! I think there's too much sub on the bass; need to turn <100hz down a bit so it doesnt nuke on subwoofer systems. The sidechained pad is really well done, but transitions need a bit of work, non-existent / too soft at times, crank them up all the way so they set off the compressor. Your voice is really professional, dont you ever worry about that!

      Very oldschool mid-heavy mix style, much like me. Too bad spamming highs and stacking 2khz is all the loudness war rage these days =/. That said, extreme highs would use a teeeny boost / more compression here.

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