Compo Status :: Round 89 Voting :: Ended 2015-01-29 00:00:00 *CST () :: 7 Votes

All My Days by chunter

Round 36
Author chunter
Title All My Days
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Filesize 1617KB
Score 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 1Total Points: 16 (6 Votes)
1st Place Vote5 Points2nd Place Vote4 Points3rd Place Vote3 Points4th Place Vote2 Points5th Place Vote1 point

Authors' Notes

No matter where I go, no matter what I do
All my days begin and end with you

Another pseudo-pop song. This was the ninth track of my RPM project, and since I wanted it to make RPM's deadline, it's been finished for a little while now. I just had to adjust my xrns file to be compliant with SDCompo's rules...

Because of the rushed nature of the project, I didn't have time to really do any showing off, though I do like the chain-o-delays I made to do the dub-echo effect.


Comment by organic_io on 2009-03-05 16:26:01

Hey Chris.. Sometimes a clean mix is "showing off" enough. :) Great tightness to the percussion. Unique use of vocal processing. This song evokes a feeling of melancholy in me for some reason, maybe it is the sparseness and the chords. Very moody :)
Congrats on finishing the RPM challenge!
Good luck!

Comment by tenfour on 2009-03-06 05:39:35

crazy fx going on with track 13 (the growly lead thingy). it's cool, but maybe needs EQ to sit better in the mix.
i like the chords / melody. but the arrangement overall is quite sparse and I wish there was something else here.

yea this tune is really nice - a well written electro pop ish tune. i think with some more time spent polishing would really make this something incredible.

Comment by ambtax1 on 2009-03-06 17:05:48

Listening and typing again...
Hey Chunter. I look forward to your tunes too.
As io says. A nice clean mix. Interesting melody. I agree with tenfour on wanting something else.
The drums are well sequenced.

Comment by Airmann on 2009-03-06 17:09:03

I don't know exactly why but somehow this song touches me deep !
Maybe it's because it has this Oldfield-feeling (five miles out) and I'm a total Oldfield fan.

I already told you that I like it and I still like this version.
Beside the mellow I Love the bassline and the rythm.

More later ...


Comment by agargara on 2009-03-07 10:14:10

The subdued synth-vocals sort of reminded me of Mogwai. (Such as "Hunted By a Freak") The bass line reminds me of "Lolita Ya-Ya." (I actually hate that song but there's nothing wrong with the line itself, and it works well in your song.) I agree with others that the arrangement is sparse and could perhaps use something more. Nonetheless, it is well-structured, and the bittersweet melody is well-crafted.

Comment by CAG on 2009-03-07 18:12:05

we should collab! ;)

will comment on the songs... soon.

EDIT: I'm wishing for more apparent vocals right now, but the composition is supremely mellow. I enjoy how the melody fits into the harmony - unexpectedly, but snugly. the way that echoey synth introduces the track is amazing. great!

Comment by Knetter on 2009-03-08 13:41:26

Nice vocals and long-living chords. The solo is a bit too loud/harsh for the song perhaps.
Some parts reminds me of portishead, nice job

Comment by andyray on 2009-03-09 16:18:53

I like the sparse arrangement.. something sounds a bit off, though.. can't really put my finger on it...
the part just before the 'growly lead' is my favourite.. there you have a solid base for a new track.. the solo is cool in parts but too freaked out
in others on top of the tightly held together background... well, all in all a nice chilled out track and as someone said.. with a little bit more polishing

Comment by hexmode on 2009-03-09 17:03:47

I really like this laid back tune. Very mellow and lovely. Arrangement doesn't seem sparse... works very well for me. I would only complain about the volume of the growly lead, as others did.

Comment by nt on 2009-03-09 18:26:08

I also like the laid back mood of this tune. The refrain is pretty gentle and lovely. The mass-lead melody would be a great solo with some different chords in the background. But when you continue your solo with the W-It's-Over instrument, you build a nice contrast and all sounds pleasant again. Also switching back to the refrain is a nice move so it all calms down again. Nice delay work you did on the hats.

Comment by organic_io on 2009-03-11 20:46:42

Chunter, the more I listen to this, the more it grows on me. It's haunting.

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