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The Farm is At Peace

By HimsyPimsy on May 4, 2012 4:41 am

Done in LSDJ with a KP3 for reverb.  Probably too much reverb.

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Thanks for the feedback!  I'll have to start actually reading up on patches so I can make some that sound softer.  This one might be worth refining a bit.  It's definitely too repetitive.  I did this literally an hour before having to play at a house party.

I reason I called it what i did is because this was the last of a set of tracks that I just happened to name after characters from the Dukes of Hazzard.  I remember the shows always ending with the farm being saved.

hehe hey i like the colours of this with the idea of it being on a happy farm, it's neat when all the instruments come in at ~0.28 big_smile the soaring verby thing at around 0.46 is fun in a sort of ironic way, glorifying a magical farm where nothing really happens, i guess cows chew away on the grass and the horses stand around looking at each other, veges grow slowly, i reckon after that high you should have gone back to completely dry, but some new melody or theme or something -- i think it's wayyyyy too much reverb, it sounds like an 80s dream sequence, for me it's really best when it's dry at around 0.28, although the instruments are a bit harsh and grating to me, they're a bit too grinding like with your other one -- the harmonies are unusual, i like it big_smile

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