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On 09/04/2021 at 07:21, Tim Chapple said:

Recorded with a little help from my friends.

 

I really enjoyed this,  in addition to liking the music I found the echoing/reverbing vocals quite innovative.

I guess my only suggestion is that although the city backdrop seems entirely appropriate, the music for me implies some kind of moving journey or investigation which the still or static visual does not quite gel with.

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On 05/05/2021 at 11:38, TJ1 said:

I really enjoyed this,  in addition to liking the music I found the echoing/reverbing vocals quite innovative.

I guess my only suggestion is that although the city backdrop seems entirely appropriate, the music for me implies some kind of moving journey or investigation which the still or static visual does not quite gel with.

I'll find some old black and white detective film footage and have a go with that! Thanks very much for the feedback.

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