Sea Anemone II

Ivan Chew - ProfileHere it is, the sound-engineered version based on ideas from previous post.

or listen/ download at ARCHIVE.ORG

(I’ve titled it “Sea Anemone II” to avoid confusion in file names and song titles)

Compare it with the original:

Adrian (and folks who are reading this) — what do you think of it?

I’m happy with how this turned out, considering I only had one MP3 file to work with, rather than the original GB tracks. The song remains true to the original version. Adrian’s acoustic leads are more prominent now. If you listen to the song with earphones, the bass is more discernible and lends that extra body to the song.

Adrian has the final say on whether this version is accepted or not. Over to you!

~ Ivan

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~ by Ivan Chew on October 7, 2007.

3 Responses to “Sea Anemone II”

  1. The bass sounds much better and at the kind of level that it should be. But the “chorus” effect on the guitars are a bit too strong. Also the thing sounds a bit metallic now and raspy.

    The ending is better here though than the original. I think what I would really like changed is strumming guitars. Maybe a bit of chorus with more reverb.

  2. OK. I’ll see if I can lower the treble setting. Might have set it too high and made it sound “metallic”. Will also adjust the chorus effect.

    The strumming guitars as in, the part at the 2-min mark, and the ending? OK, I’ll add the chorus effect and see how it turns out.

  3. […] won’t be using version II. Adrian didn’t quite like how it sounded. That’s OK. We have an agreement that the […]

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