Author Topic: [Gothic] - The Tempest (MP3) Cold faerytale of loving  (Read 4094 times)

Offline Andy Livid

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[Gothic] - The Tempest (MP3) Cold faerytale of loving
« on: November 12, 2006, 15:03:29 »
Dark and emotional gothic- kinda song. Enjoy! :)

Lyrics by Polly Porter.

Song name: The Tempest
Genre: Gothic
File format: mp3
File size: 5,34 MB
Kbps: 160

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Offline Sam_Zen

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[Gothic] - The Tempest (MP3) Cold faerytale of loving
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2006, 01:08:47 »
Nice arrangement. The vocals could need a bit more power in expression here and there. A bit too 'flat' sometimes.
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[Gothic] - The Tempest (MP3) Cold faerytale of loving
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2006, 16:38:06 »
This is good, I really like the vocals. SamZen mention they sound flat, ok, that might be, but then, that's partly why I like it. It's different, sounds almost psychotic. Nice strings in the background to, as well as a pounding rhythm. I also notice the mood changes through out the song, which makes it more dynamic.

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[Gothic] - The Tempest (MP3) Cold faerytale of loving
« Reply #3 on: November 14, 2006, 01:22:06 »
I didn't mean 'flat' as having no hysteric screams in tonal difference. :)
Rightly because the vocals are like that, some tiny extra accent, to make it even stronger on the right moment(s).
An extra accent doesn't necessary mean to add some effect. It can also be done by disable an element of the whole.
In this track the vocals part is made throughout the song from a mix of two vocal lines, doing the same text.
What, if regarding a specific line of the text, the second voice is disabled for that period ?
It's like having the singer's head much closer suddenly to make some emphasis.
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