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Genres: Electronic, Instrumental

© 2015. All Rights Reserved
Created using only real instrument samples

Stream: 128 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo)
Download: 320.0 kbps, 44 kHz (joint stereo), 8.08 MB
Playing time (m:ss): 3:32
Date uploaded: Sep 10, 2015, 03:18 EDT Show more info
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LoKey512 gave feedback to Kode Bliss for “In the Tides of Hubris”:
Excellent music, I like how the track builds up.Great transitions and choice of instruments is excellent as well. It is always a plus when you can create music without having to sample someone else's track even though there's nothing wrong with that but creating something entirely new is always true talent in my book.
 Dec 17, 2015, 01:35 EST

Cool title. I think the 'only real instruments' experiment is a winner! Feels more authentic.

As I've said ad nauseum, these tracks that take more time to develop are much more enjoyable.

The piano arpeggios and the counterpoint from 1:10-1:45 are a highlight.

Keep it up!
 Sep 10, 2015, 10:27 EDT
Kode Bliss 
Thanks sho. How are things on the east coast? I still don't understand the ad credit thing. The explanation is confusing to me. Like where are the ads that you purchase shown.
flag (Sep 10, 2015, 12:48 EDT)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Things are good -- ready for some Football!!!

For now, Ads are shown only on FeedForward. But, at least for now, you can't purchase ads, just trade ad credits for ad space and for works, and let others buy your works with ad credits. So, if you list a work for 10 AC and I buy it for 10, my credits transfer to you. You can then buy ad space on FeedForward (more sites in the future?) and buy anything on FeedForward which is listed for AC. 1 AC gives you on average 100 impressions and average dollar value, web-wide for 1,000 Ads is $2.80 -- so 1 AC is worth about 28 cents. If you list something for $1 and for AC, and want to know the equivalent, it's around 4 AC. So it's based on a tangible, trade-able commodity with a reliable, but floating market value,

And its more democratic, since you make new credits every time you make new connections on FeedForward (right now, only on the homepage, but eventually we plan to expand beyond this.) It's a decent verification method for authentication, too, since the homepage is double blind, and by adding new connections you add more value than say 'mining' -- like in bitcoin. I actually think it's a pretty neat system and more merit based than say bitcoin.

Makes more sense or no???
flag (Sep 10, 2015, 15:10 EDT)