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Kode of Bliss

Location: Vancouver Washington USA
About me: 
Kelly Barnard is Kode of Bliss
I Started producing music late March 2011, before that I knew nothing. A few books on music theory, and many youtube video tutorials later and voila making music.
I produce everything in FL Studio 10.
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Shoham gave feedback to Kode of Bliss for “Sky Blue Tears”:
I'd like to hear some more percussion on this one. Good beat though and melody lines. -$Shoham
 Jan 23, 2015, 15:01 EST

tawmy gave feedback to Kode of Bliss for “Sky Blue Tears (WIP2 Binarual)”:
hi Kelly,

I noticed you were at pay to be heard, maybe ... Music Xray ... a much better promotional site is
 Jan 04, 2015, 15:06 EST
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While I only barely use Music Xray, I found the binding agreement on AudioSparx to excessive. Thanks for giving me the heads up to check it out. I am always on the look out for better places to promote my tracks, of course nothing beats the free of Feed-Forward. Too bad not many people use FF, it is a great site.
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Shoham gave feedback to Kode of Bliss for “Sky Blue Tears (WIP 1)”:
Very ambient. Mellow for my ears. This is a nice new direction that I feel you have been developing over the last year or so -- a level subtlety with your melodies and your production which I feel you didn't necessarily always have at the beginning of your journey, say two or three years ago.

Cool stuff, Happy New Year,
 Jan 02, 2015, 13:39 EST

Shoham gave feedback to Kode of Bliss for “I Am Not Overcome”:
I like the bassline on this KB. Very minimalistic, in a way, and I think that this is an approach that works for you.

I know that I've said it before, but I feel as if for you, the more focused everything seems, the better it sounds. this track is another good example of that. I even enjoyed the little detour around 4:00 in to 5:36.

All good things,

 Nov 06, 2014, 14:02 EST