Review done by Maestro Roberto Votta on 07/12/2010
Airplane - BoB featuring Hayley Williams of Paramore - Lipe Forbes remix
The track, a remix producer Lipe Forbes for the song "Airplanes," presents a fairly accurate introduction for original music, written by American musician and producer Bobby Ray Simmons Jr., commonly known as BoB, and singer Hayley Williams American band Paramore.
Already during the introduction we can see that the tempo of the song was sped up to suit the style of Forbes, who flirts with electronic dance music. We preserved the voices of Hayley Williams and harmony displayed by the digital piano, increased only by a growing electronic beat, announcing that a lot of groove yet to come, and a real guitar that makes references to pop punk band that the singer performs.
A break ends the introduction and generates a good expectation on the dance floor. "Can we pretend that ..." and begins to show quite timid, and the rhythmic motif of the track, this initial stretch guitar with slight distortion, it develops a basic harmonica technique using muting references to emphasize the band Paramore, along the base of a shy guitar synth, with gate effect, begins to emerge and just before the next break is no longer able to hear it anymore. Naturally the producer Forbes spared their use leaving most significant moments of track, this feature very well thought of by the producer, emphasizing the input of synth in the most appropriate time, valuing the timbre making the dance floor feel more excited about the evolution of music.
Before the next break down a synth, alluding to the landing of an aircraft, announces the arrest. During the UPS returns to the voice of Hayley Williams, with repetition of the descending synth. New groove starts, only repentidno the materials presented so far, with occasional appearances of voice and descending synth, this section of groove lasts little more than the first, few electronic effects are added to enrich the composition and are given new melodies voice, always in a progressive manner. At this point we also hear the voice of BoB, announcing the partnership also on track to forbes.
New break where you can hear the guitar, making his traditional base muffled, and some Déjà vu's voices, both Miss Williams, as the BoB After this break the music returns to the groove track, great opportunity for listeners to risk more timid steps on the road, this stretch several electronic elements come into play, increasing the groove and leaving the skin deep emotions played by synths, effects and timbre processing used masterfully by the producer Forbes.
New decisive break, this stretch Forbes feeds the imagination of the listener with the harmony played again by the introduction of digital piano accompanied by the voice of the singer Williams, before finishing the break and returning to the groove track, Forbes emphasizes the participation of the guitar, always with its traditional base muffled.
The last section of track is the good old groove track presented several times throughout the song, we hear again the voice of Williams and some interventions of BoB, to finish Forbes leaves only the digital piano introduction of reinforcing the harmony, creating formal balance the track.
The establishment has some redundancies own style, theme and little harmonic development and excessive wealth of timbres and sound textures, often trivialized by way of application, all that the audience for this genre like to listen.
Certainly this remix will be present in the main dance floors in the country and the world, most signed by the successful Lipe Forbes.