Zhou Mo Hao

By: Likuid

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Added: 7/02/2007
Length: 3:54

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World: Chinese
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Year: 2007

Rezo y Disparo (Track #4)

Artist's description:
I have been going to a chinese lessons last year. It's a very very difficult language, because you have to know in one hand the characters, and in the other one, the meanings. Aside from learning the typical phrases (hello, good bye, my name is, etc…) I solely can remember this other: ZHOU MO HAO (happy weekend)

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Reviewed by VOiD on Jul 03, 2007
Laidback, eastern-flavoured song built around a highly repeating synth chord progression. There are a number of flaws in this piece that prevents a higher score, though - each addressed below.... Read full review
Reviewed by Fredrik Cole on Jul 06, 2007
The chinese and asian inspiration comes across in the track but, unfortunately, the song itself has a great deal of flaws that results in quite deducted general impression. I will explain all of the a... Read full review
Reviewed by Tricky on Jul 04, 2007
When I hear this track I do think about Asia. So that makes that the effect the artist wanted to create has been created. This is a hard track for me to review. I like the track though I must acknowle... Read full review

Jun 21 2008 6:27 pm
by Likuid replying to Cortoh Hasur

I really wonder how this could be if YOU have written it... :D Thanks Cortoh!

Jun 21 2008 6:10 pm
by Cortoh Hasur replying to Likuid

Well, this was written some time ago, you have, since then, evolved.. I wonder how this would have turned out, if written nowadays.. ;)

Jun 21 2008 5:46 pm
by Likuid replying to Cortoh Hasur

I promise myselft to try it next time! ;)

Jun 21 2008 5:45 pm
by Likuid replying to Louigi Verona

Thanks Louigi... yes, variation needed...

Jun 21 2008 5:23 pm
by Cortoh Hasur

Keep the first part as is, and get wild after the break. Wild as not going back to the sounds/scorings of the first part. But keep the sonar (it always works well) and the chinese sound. Maybe some pad, and a light acid synth could level it up a little. --- Drums are pretty good, but they could be leveled down a touch. --- Towards the end, maybe keep the score from the piano, but with another instrument(s) and, as stated by others, surprise your audience. --- As in many of your tracks, there's a good pontential, you'd just have to pull yourself to go beyond your own limitations, try things and try to surprise yourself ;)

Jun 21 2008 9:36 am
by Louigi Verona

Sounds nice but at some point it gets boring, uneventful, when you understand that there will be nothing significantly new.

Jun 20 2008 1:01 pm
by hanhis replying to Likuid

Hehe. Perhaps. =)

Jun 19 2008 1:27 pm
by Likuid replying to soem_aeld

So polite Soem! ;)

Jun 19 2008 1:27 pm
by Likuid replying to bvanoudtshoorn

Yes, you are right, maybe everything is too loud and more variation needed. Thanks!

Jun 19 2008 1:26 pm
by Likuid replying to hanhis

Thanks hanhis... do you know a band who wants to play it? ;)

Jun 19 2008 8:35 am
by soem_aeld

Kinda underrated track. Not that 3/5 is a bad rating though. I guess the sample qualities could be better, and it might be repetive - but I didn't think of it too much. I liked it, it's really good. I'll give it 4 stars. :)

Jun 19 2008 7:44 am
by bvanoudtshoorn

Not bad, Likuid. I do agree with much of what is said in the reviews about the repetitive chord progression, though. I somehow feel that if it were "softened" by having a bit more dynamic variance, it would be a lot better. What I mean is that at the moment, it sounds as though most things are playing at full volume, or at a constant volume throughout. Still, it's not too bad. :) Thanks for pointing it out to me.

Jun 18 2008 8:19 am
by hanhis

I like, how I find this song to be quite massive, you know, huge/strong melodies. I feel, that all this need, is that it would be played by a band. Guitarist playing those powerchords, and pa-systems so loud, that hair would go back, and shirtskirts waving. Like there would be wall of sound in front of you. This song is like huge wind. Like it.

Jul 02 2007 11:28 pm
by mysterium

interesting mix of Asian sound and a beat. Not a bad attempt, keep at it and I think you will make great progress