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Description of the track:
This is a track off of my Fall EP, "Dandruff". Each of my seasonal EP's focus on a particular mood or genre. This EP focused on acoustic instruments and really peaks with this track, "The Easy Life".
I really tried to hone in on the natural sounds of the instruments. An acoustic guitar and vocal duet is greeted by a lingering piano. After which, layers of other instruments fall in, such as acoustic drums, hand percussion, clean guitars, and backup vocals. Over-driven Guitars come into play to accentuate climactic moments.
Overall, this song plays on the simple chords and building on instrumental layers and sounds to drive dynamics. I've spent a great deal of time one it, and was the first track I recorded, mixed, and mastered myself from scratch. A huge leap given where I was only months earlier. But I'm always looking for great feedback and chances to learn more!
Artist's website: www.thevelvetchameleon.com
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