November 17th, 2014
I commented on "On Women," "Silent Sounds" and "The god of small things"
This was an awesome use of loops! I like that the voice wasn't entire consistent in the piece, the foreground-background variation in the voice and instruments created a much more dramatic effect.
The background music does sound really scary, I really like how you pause the voice and just let the background music dominates for several seconds, it definitely creates tension and make the listener worry about what horrible thing the speaker is going to say.
This song is amazing. The introduction was perfect, and the cutaway with the start of the voice was masterfully executed. I could heap a lot of praise on this, but I'm going to highlight the effective use of loops and the way the music/voice balance is achieved. My only criticism is that the voice itself could use some modification, but that's only because the rest of the piece is so well done - you'd probably have to re-record the voice to get after the dramatic effects I'm envisioning.
I really liked the selective cutting of the original voice, the parts that you chose to highlight with the music, perfectly accompanied the music to express the doom that is malloc. The loops are seamless, but the initial softening of thee loops when the speaker starts is a little abrupt. I think this may have been better served if you had started with just a simple soft bell loop instead of everything else to further the gothic imagery.
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