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Weeklybeats 2016 was a 52 week long music project in which artists composed and publicly released 1 song a week for the entire year. Enjoy this archive of over 3,700 music compositions by over 260 artists.
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By Q-Rosh on September 25, 2016 12:55 pm

May the song please you.

This submission is licensed by author under CC Attribution Noncommercial No Derivative Works (BY-NC-ND)

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September 26, 2016 12:43 am

Your mastery of texture continues.  The track is awesomely upbeat and catchy as well.

September 26, 2016 1:36 am

Wonderfully & powerfully organic. This is going on my playlist for sure!

September 27, 2016 12:42 pm

This one is definitly one of your masterpieces!
I completly agree with Jim Wood powerfully organic...
Your broken, spacey guitar sounds, wich i love so much, are so nicely woven in this track... marvelous!

September 27, 2016 8:49 pm

it sounds quite interesting, although to be honest, I like the bit at the end, last 20-30 seconds, where the guitar shines due to the simplicity, the most. but nice work

September 28, 2016 6:11 pm

Was loving the texture and interplay of guitars on their own at first, but it really grabbed me when the beat dropped, which I suppose is the point of a beat dropping wink, and then the next drop, even more impactful! nice track, as usual.

September 29, 2016 11:26 pm

Another slick beat that lets the guitars and fx bounce around smile Love when the beat gets dropped in again towards the end.  The guitar solo mangle towards the end is awesome too! Nice work!

September 30, 2016 3:43 am

Very enjoyable piece.  Nice feel.

October 2, 2016 12:09 pm
rdomain wrote:

Very enjoyable piece.  Nice feel.

Tone Matrix wrote:

Another slick beat that lets the guitars and fx bounce around smile Love when the beat gets dropped in again towards the end.  The guitar solo mangle towards the end is awesome too! Nice work!

miraclemiles wrote:

Was loving the texture and interplay of guitars on their own at first, but it really grabbed me when the beat dropped, which I suppose is the point of a beat dropping wink, and then the next drop, even more impactful! nice track, as usual.

chiefthomson wrote:

it sounds quite interesting, although to be honest, I like the bit at the end, last 20-30 seconds, where the guitar shines due to the simplicity, the most. but nice work

theGuen wrote:

This one is definitly one of your masterpieces!
I completly agree with Jim Wood powerfully organic...
Your broken, spacey guitar sounds, wich i love so much, are so nicely woven in this track... marvelous!

Jim Wood wrote:

Wonderfully & powerfully organic. This is going on my playlist for sure!

CosmicCairns wrote:

Your mastery of texture continues.  The track is awesomely upbeat and catchy as well.

CosmicCairns wrote:

Your mastery of texture continues.  The track is awesomely upbeat and catchy as well.


Thank you very much for the awesome nice comments.

October 8, 2016 3:57 pm

Great Synth textures and crazy modulation
Love it!

October 20, 2016 6:16 pm

i just keep downloading all your tracks as i'm going through them... i've been really missing out! i am in love with the texture and space you create with a guitar (as everyone seems to acknowledge smile). are those real pedals? mic'd amps? our virtual stuff you tweak?

October 20, 2016 8:04 pm
ahhsumx wrote:

i just keep downloading all your tracks as i'm going through them... i've been really missing out! i am in love with the texture and space you create with a guitar (as everyone seems to acknowledge smile). are those real pedals? mic'd amps? our virtual stuff you tweak?


Thank you for the feedback. I'm using real pedals, playing through real amps. Most recordings and loops are not mic'd. There is always a straight signalpath to the DAW. I am arranging, EQing and do the mastering in the computer. One day, I hope I can reamp the recordings under controlled circumstances.

October 20, 2016 10:39 pm
Q-Rosh wrote:

Thank you for the feedback. I'm using real pedals, playing through real amps. Most recordings and loops are not mic'd. There is always a straight signalpath to the DAW. I am arranging, EQing and do the mastering in the computer. One day, I hope I can reamp the recordings under controlled circumstances.

very cool, you do a great job giving everything a place and making it feel like it lives in a real environment. especially those guitars! must be going through some tubes. i'm surprised it isn't recorded with a mic

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