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One of the first tracks I created for "Learn to Drown"- a first unofficial album of sorts I had thrown together whilst dealing with a marriage that was falling apart around me.

The song was created in three parts over a period of a few months. Originally, it was just the first part minus the end speech and triple-voice dub that starts in the middle of the song. However, as I kept going back and reworking certain parts of the song, I had found myself with three separate versions. I decided to stitch them together into a final track, and that was is you are hearing now.

Stream: 96 kbps, 32 kHz (joint stereo)
Download: 320.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 24.84 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 10:47
Date uploaded: Jan 29, 2012, 23:21 EST Show more info
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Very ambient, dude. Enjoyed it a lot. Neat concept, nice to see you turned a bad situation into a good one!

Is this a voice-over of you, or did you get it from somewhere?

Let me know if you get paid. Thanks for sharing,
 Jan 29, 2012, 23:36 EST
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Ever After Disaster 
Thanks! I agree on the equipment comment- to an extent. At some point, however, trying to record voice-over and picking up everything in a two-block radius because your microphone is horrid can become a nuisance.
flag (Jan 29, 2012, 23:47 EST)
Haha, yeah, I hear you. I just mean that it can sometimes be one of those overcompensation things, especially for bands (which is the context that I usually work in), where everyone is so worried about their gear that they don't pay any attention to what anyone else is playing, or how the chemistry is with everyone!
flag (Jan 29, 2012, 23:49 EST)
Ever After Disaster 
I'm pretty sure that's how a friend's band in high school met their end- or at least, from what I remember him saying about it. Not so much the equipment in general but rather how they interacted with each other as a unit. Which is a shame, because they had a few decent tracks.
flag (Jan 30, 2012, 00:09 EST)
Yeah, it's why most bands fail, I think! There's usually no boss, like with most groups of people, even orchestras have a conductor ;p
flag (Jan 30, 2012, 00:20 EST)