This is a long shot, but you could try running it in compatibility mode. Right-click the shortcut (or executable), select Properties, select Compatibility tab, and click on "Run this program in compatibility mode for:"
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Altus - Komorebi Somehow I missed this when it first came out. A great collection of slow, deep breathing ambient drones, a little more on the upbeat, melodic side, but a gentle, dark undercurrent winding through as well. I've already listened to it 3 times since yesterday. Well done, Mike.I'm glad to hear you're enjoying it. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
The name Garage band give such bad vibes about a audio program they really need to change thatFL Studio has the same problem. Obviously they changed the name in hopes people will consider it a "real" DAW, but I'll always call it FruityLoops. For the record, I've been using it exclusively since 2003. It's a great piece of software, and it's true they never charge for upgrades, ever.
I definitely dont what to get personal so no need for judgement here. The topic is the issue and its implications not those of us discussing them, so hope I did not come across that way.Not at all.
What upset me is they didn't have the murder off camera or a fast cut. The girl was whacking a dummy in the head with a sledgehammer while blood spurts everywhere, including the girl.While you didn't outright explain that in your original post, I suspected this was the case. Obviously, another great method to shock the viewer. By leaving the camera static, no cuts, it makes the viewer feel almost like a voyeur to a sick act. Add the child as the murderer, which is fairly taboo, and that brings it up a notch. Very often there will be no music. It's all very manipulative toward the viewer.
Mike this is a helpful look behind the scenes but the tragedy is as I understand drone on for creating this thread....why are we even in this place that we would pretend that death is a game....a game for a child that has not even had much of a chance to experience the game of Life....Im using your word to illustrate a point, not going after you.Violent films have an audience, and they certainly aren't for everyone. Is it exploitation to use a child in a film such as Drone described? In a way, yes. The producers did it to provoke an emotional response, and it clearly worked.
Disc 4: this sounds like looping the tail end of a track above so it's more like a billowy aftermath of previous intensity. A bit boring but these are just first impressions.You should definitely give this disc another listen. It starts dark and rumbling, but around the 26 minute mark there's a moment of silence and then shifts to an entirely different direction.