November 9th, 2014
I thought it was really interesting how you captured all the different laughter. I wasn't sure what the background and foreground were, however. The last 20 or so seconds were my favorite because of the way the sounds looped and created this bouquet of different laughs.
I liked the transition from beginning to end. I'm not sure if it was your intentions for there to be a very loud and prominent laugh at the beginning, but I really love how it transitions into this mix of sound that almost seems muffled/drowned out. Toward the end, even though the sound is muffled it begins to seem a little chaotic because of the repeating laughs. Very cool.
The beginning with the laughter was an interesting touch! You captured the emotions of the people around you perfectly with the loops and repetition. That one prominent laughter in the middle of the composition was very abrupt, but interesting in its own way. It was fun listening to this!
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