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

Tu fais quoi ce soir ? by iNTERLuNe

Round 42
Author iNTERLuNe
Title Tu fais quoi ce soir ?
MP3 Link
Module Link sdc42_iNTERLuNe-Tu_fais_quoi_ce_soir.rar
Filesize 2344KB
Score 5, 4, 2, 1Total Points: 12 (4 Votes)
1st Place Vote5 Points2nd Place Vote4 Points3rd Place Vote3 Points4th Place Vote2 Points5th Place Vote1 point

Authors' Notes

My song is one new Techno/Dance Music. Is a story about a french woman who would like to go dancing with her boyfriend...
I hope that you will enjoy my newest "French" Music !


Comment by tenfour on 2009-09-28 11:28:09

Sounds like a remix of a "French Phrases" CD or something. These repeating phrases end up sounding a little annoying.

The vocals mix better without any reverb, because the other main instruments don't use reverb.

At pattern 8, your "Syba" track is beautiful... a very nice subtle addition that gives the song direction, energy, and life - with just a few notes. I think it's so effective because the other pitched instruments are all syncopated, and this is straight, giving foundation.

Same with the brass accents; it's a nice touch which helps the vocals sound like they mix with the rest of the song.

Sadly that energy is dies very quickly because the song doesn't take much shape.

Comment by Knetter on 2009-09-28 15:25:42

I think this song is a bit too lengthy. The talking samples are cool although I have to agree with tenfour, a bit over-used sometimes.
Beat is OK, maybe the bassdrum could have some more attack.
Like the panning and the pong sound!

Comment by Necto_Ulin on 2009-09-29 02:47:46

Hello, iNTERLuNe. Just listened Your track and it inspired me to say a couple words about Your "French" music :)

I definitely like:
- just brilliant vocal sounds. To be more exactly - the sounds of vocal :)
- even\smooth mixing, good dynamics without bad surprises ;)
- good part connection, despite of same vocal samples and same melodies Your tune doesnt bother at all

I dont like:
- the beginning
- very simple sounding bassline through the entire song
- too long track for such quantity of variations of instruments and melodies

In total - non-dance but really good track for listening on the workplace (as I did). And - Seize The Day - french vocals as melody of humanity soul is caressing my hearing :)

Comment by juolac on 2009-09-29 13:14:06

Seems like songs with a french girl talking is a genre in its own :) Not my cup of tea though, maybe because I don't understand a word - my bad.
Nice production overall but some lead and melodic variation would be nice. Anyway it keeps it's style and intensions well.

Comment by Taiyal on 2009-09-30 13:31:41

This song is great... Luckily, French is my second language, so I can understand the lyrics.

Comment by Airmann on 2009-10-02 13:25:09

Hey Interlune :-),

this song is interesting. It's a mixture between demostyle music and disco-stuff.
The vocals are quite nice and clean. Where do you have them from ? Self-recorded ? Translation ?
I like especially Pattern 5 with those bell sound - this is very nice. The melodies and adlibs are ok,
but nothing too spectacular.

You use only a few DSPs, but they're very effective. Your mix seems also quite nice.
Points of criticism: song is much too long, at least 1/3 if not 1/2. It just gets boring after a while.
Shorter or more variation would be much better IMO.

What I like most about the song is that it sounds unusual and different !

Comment by sim on 2009-10-04 12:22:10

Very interesting voice and as far as i can judge very well mixed. I know the lyrics change but my dull brain is not able to recognize that. So it sounds to me like several repetitions of the same words. Do not know why but I had the impression that that the voice was not recorded in "one piece"...sounds cutted somehow to me. Still a great track:envy your technique.

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