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Up in the Air (Up High Version)

By Abludo on May 17, 2020 10:56 pm

Hi again! This week I've entered a song contest, I decided to completely re-record a previous beat from this year, in a different tempo and key. Tell me which version you like better!

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May 18, 2020 1:30 am

They're both great. smile This one seems to change up the chord progression in an interesting way, and it's got a really smooth and fluid character.

May 18, 2020 6:56 pm

like it a lot. it is a very beautiful song. perfect.

May 19, 2020 4:23 am

This is an all around solid song. Hooked me with that cool guitar opening and then the sung verse was super nice. Lot of variation on the vocal delivery. I also like the pairing of the synth with the chorus section. This is very tastefully arranged, like the little lead up to the 2nd verse, the guitar that plays in the second half of the 2nd verse, the drums and bass keeping a solid groove the whole way through. Definitely adding this to my favorites.

May 20, 2020 10:05 pm

I think the older one is better, it's a little more airy. The best thing would be to find a way to combine the two into one version. A calm sandwich with upbeat toppings.

May 21, 2020 9:26 pm
ViridianLoom wrote:

This is an all around solid song. Hooked me with that cool guitar opening and then the sung verse was super nice. Lot of variation on the vocal delivery. I also like the pairing of the synth with the chorus section. This is very tastefully arranged, like the little lead up to the 2nd verse, the guitar that plays in the second half of the 2nd verse, the drums and bass keeping a solid groove the whole way through. Definitely adding this to my favorites.

Thank you for all your kind comments! You've clearly listened closely, I appreciate it smile

Devieus wrote:

I think the older one is better, it's a little more airy. The best thing would be to find a way to combine the two into one version. A calm sandwich with upbeat toppings.


Me too, I recorded this one for a competition, and made a video of me playing each part to go alongside it. It'll be on my instagram next week!

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