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  1. Makes sense - clearing out old physical stock to make room for the new. I'll probably wait for their next summer of sound to upgrade though.
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    Can You Imagine

    A captivating rhythm and melodic hook - I enjoyed that.
  3. Cool tune - got a nice jazzy feel to it.
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  5. Nice upbeat song, Paul! Love the supporting guitar phrases.
  6. Nice piece David. I like how the main theme is relatively simplistic, how the more complex parts are moving about busily in the background , and how they all fit and support each other.
  7. Warning: my antivirus (Kaspersky) detects and blocks a piece of malware when I go onto the page to enter billing details. I've alerted ISW to it before, and they've replied saying their site is clean; one party (not sure which) must be mistaken.
  8. Possibly - though (I've read) Japanese orchestras have different section sizes from traditional western ones, so you'll get a more 'Final Fantasy' sound than 'Hollywood' sound.
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    AYAIC MIX MONOLITH

    In case this is important to anyone:
  10. I didn't actually notice anything wrong with it - it felt quite natural that as the tempo slowed down a bit, that the instruments thinned out a little also to indicate a winding down of the song. It is different from the pace of the rest of the song, but not in a bad way.
  11. Love it Mark. You've got some great playing there.
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    Blue guitar

    Great playing Makke - you've got a really cool, laid back tone - really nice.
  13. Great song! Really like the intricate guitar playing, and the contrast it makes with the relatively sparse verses.
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    Callisto

    You've done it again Bjorn! Really atmospheric. I agree too that the guitar actually sounds good in there; it seems quite normal that clean(ish) guitar tones are used cinematically to convey a sense of emptiness, and so that's why I think it actually sounds 'spacy' in this context. Well done!
  15. I could be wrong, but I don't think I've seen them elsewhere. In any case though, I think you'd get the best deal buying direct - OTS usually has a group buy sale once a year. If you create an account, they'll (probably) offer you a survey that you can do to get some orange slices (discount points). If you combine the slices with the group buy price, you can get a really good deal, especially if you pick up a bundle.
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    OMD Remix

    This is an amazing song Gary - both the music and the message is beautiful. I think the limiter might be a bit hot in the remix. For this type of music, I personally prefer the extra dynamic range and cleaner sound of the original, though I thought the vocal stood out a bit from the piano/strings in that mix. It might be an idea to gently compress the piano/strings, and also the vocals as two separate groups, and then gently compress them again in the final stage; please ignore if I'm telling you something you already know - no malice intended.
  17. Let us know how it responds please (e.g. load times, playing experience, CPU/memory usage)
  18. I think I've found their greatest weakness to be long loading times - hopefully soundpaint can load a bit more quickly
  19. USB and SD cards are actually viable though; almost no-one has a floppy drive anymore, and the data limit is 1.4mb - some hyper compression needed there 😁
  20. Love the fact that you can answer Floppy Disc to On which media do you release your music/tracks?
  21. It's nice - sparse but effective arrangement. The lead guitar might benefit from a tiny bit of humanisation/randomisation, and the note attacks sound quite rigid on the faster phrase openings. I enjoyed the listen though - well done!
  22. Nice blues shuffle, with a good story. Great playing too!
  23. Comet's my current go-to for lush and long tail reverbs. I get the idea that Eventide's reverbs may be more versatile, but I don't want an iLok.
  24. You've got a great sound there - tight timing with lots coming through the mix well. I like the contrast between the almost retro/atmospheric sound of the intro/outro, and the rocking main part. Great tune!
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    The Gas Giants 3

    I like how it starts quite instrumentally and rhythmically thin, but then builds up over time and becomes quite energetic and bubbly in the middle - sort of like travelling from the less dense fringes of a nebula, through the centre where there'd be more activity/material, and then out again towards the end. Great tune Wookiee.
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