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EntroPi

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  1. Ok. This is just... one of those pieces where you sit there like a deer in the headlights for minutes after the song's over - and it's not on repeat. I'll post here what I've posted at VGMix... I'm lazy. Enthalpy and entropy - two very important parts of the universe. Anyway... I think it still holds it review quality, although I don't like some of the way I've worded some things. But, the message is the same. ************* Playing ************* The song argues for itself here. Spekkosaurus is obviously an extremely talented player - the parts especially at 1:40 etc. show that all too
  2. This mix's main limitation is that it isn't a live recording, and there's really no way to get around that... But, for what he had to work with, Matt did an excellent job and shows some good insight into piano-playing techniques. Although I do have to say, the velocity towards the end of the piece sounded to me like it was controlled by some sort of LFO...
  3. 10/10 I especially like the little details, like when the hi-hats come in, the good stereo detunage, and how the bass becomes more prominent during the 'break' sections.
  4. This song is excellent and just what the doctor ordered, but I have two major gripes. A) An excellent piano sound is used but the melody/bass is far too much separated, ruining for me what would have been a very realistic piece. I can't hear them perfectly, but I'm fairly sure that some (well most) of the bass octave to chord transitions would be impossible - it's just not possible to move one's hands instantly. That 'holding' effect comes as a result of pedaling, which I didn't hear, as it should have affected the melody as well in that case. And, obviously, the sound of the notes. But
  5. I particularly love the hi-hats here. There's just so... groovalicious. Also, it's pretty happy, and how can you complain if something's happy? Everything was very chosen... even the pizzicato works wonders with the guitar. Major props.
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