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  • Image Inspired Dare #23 - Voting

    Vote for the track(s) you think best. You can vote for more than one track. The winner is the track with the most votes.

    Voting closes seven days from now, Midnight 19th January 2018.


    Happy voting and good luck to the contestants!



    Ahornberg






    TDP - A Probable Future






    gis_sweden

    [/QUOTE]




    Dave Dorgan - Photosynthesis






    Sonic Bodhi

    (one track, two links, Bandcamp higher quality)







    dede






    YnotB

    [/QUOTE]




    ablaut - inner growth


    12
    Ahornberg
    16.67%
    2
    TDP - A Probable Future
    8.33%
    1
    gis_sweden
    16.67%
    2
    Dave Dorgan - Photosynthesis
    8.33%
    1
    Sonic Bodhi
    33.33%
    4
    dede
    50.00%
    6
    YnotB
    25.00%
    3
    ablaut - inner growth
    66.67%
    8

    The poll is expired.

    Latest release: never to be repeated

    Hearthis | Soundcloud

  • #2
    Daniel Diaz's Of Leaves And Wind comes first for me, very convincing and satisfying soundscape to listen to. Really good mixing of the piano against the synths and effects. If it was structured and arranged, it would make a good cinematic piece.

    YnotB's Amongst The Denodrocnide comes runner up. It's leveled way too high and some of the effects feel out of place, but I just like how it's full of energy and tension.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by VAULT View Post

      YnotB's Amongst The Denodrocnide comes runner up. It's leveled way too high and some of the effects feel out of place, but I just like how it's full of energy and tension.
      Thanks. Can you be precise and tell me what you would do to make the levels right, please? - I just want to be sure I understand correctly.

      https://soundcloud.com/ynotb
      https://ynotb.bandcamp.com/
      http://ynotb.weebly.com/
      https://ynotbmusic.tumblr.com/

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      • #4
        I've just run it through the YouLean loudness meter and it is indeed too loud - LUFS -9.3. I imagine that's what you mean. I'll change that as soon as I get the chance.
        https://soundcloud.com/ynotb
        https://ynotb.bandcamp.com/
        http://ynotb.weebly.com/
        https://ynotbmusic.tumblr.com/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by VAULT View Post
          Daniel Diaz's Of Leaves And Wind comes first for me, very convincing and satisfying soundscape to listen to. Really good mixing of the piano against the synths and effects. If it was structured and arranged, it would make a good cinematic piece.
          Thanks a lot for your comment VAULT, really appreciate.
          https://soundcloud.com/daniel-diaz | http://www.dedeland.com | https://danieldiaz.bandcamp.com

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          • #6
            dede was a winner until ablaut posted...
            2 super submissions!!!!
            https://goo.gl/iMXRIc

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            • #7
              Originally posted by gis_sweden View Post
              dede was a winner until ablaut posted...
              2 super submissions!!!!
              Hey, I'm still a winner: I voted ablaut !!

              Honestly: there's no single moment in any submission here I don't really like, this is a great place to be.
              https://soundcloud.com/daniel-diaz | http://www.dedeland.com | https://danieldiaz.bandcamp.com

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              • #8
                Thanks so much, guys! And dede is right, this is a great place to be. It is always a pleasure to listen to all the different entries!

                I will be posting a new image shortly. I'm thinking something dark for contrast.
                https://ablaut.bandcamp.com/ | https://hearthis.at/ablaut/ | https://soundcloud.com/ablauto

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                • #9
                  Congrats Abluat, a lovely piece.

                  A really strong batch this time around, you're all winners in my book.

                  I don't like singling entries out (maybe I shouldn't as organiser...?) but I really liked gis_swedens approach; the thinking behind his entry, use of found sound etc. I guess it has that extra layer of complexity for me as I don't know what the people were saying (swedish?), just these mysterious human voices.
                  Latest release: never to be repeated

                  Hearthis | Soundcloud

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