Arabesque - Sunrise

nowayme

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They just released two radio promos for the track.

EU:
1. Arabesque (Explicit) (5:40)
2. Arabesque (Clean) (5:40)
2. Arabesque (Instrumental) (5:40)

US:
1. Arabesque (Radio Edit) (4:56)
2. Arabesque (Radio Instrumental) (4:56)

Got the EU one but now I'm trying to get the US one since it says that the content is not available in my region.
 

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They just released two radio promos for the track.

EU:
1. Arabesque (Explicit) (5:40)
2. Arabesque (Clean) (5:40)
2. Arabesque (Instrumental) (5:40)

US:
1. Arabesque (Radio Edit) (4:56)
2. Arabesque (Radio Instrumental) (4:56)

Got the EU one but now I'm trying to get the US one since it says that the content is not available in my region.
I wonder how much the US version cuts out. Perhaps the voice memo intro, part of the solo, and part of the outro?
 

nowayme

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I wonder how much the US version cuts out. Perhaps the voice memo intro, part of the solo, and part of the outro?
Cuts out the sound effect intro and the bridge is shortened to just 4 bars ("Music is the weapon, music is the weapon of the future" is just said once). Not bad. Also, it's clean.
 

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Man clean edits can be stupid. What I mean is I hate when you do clean edits you put no effort into them. Atleast make them sound proper, like they were intended to sound that way, not a hodgepodge cut-copy-paste job that everybody is going to notice that something's wrong. What is that "SAME [akward gap] BLOOD!" supposed to mean? Chris sings every word on-the-beat on that part. It sounds weird when it skips one when your brain is trained to expect it. Find the tempo of the song and make it sound properly like there's nothing edited out you supposed professional sound engineer that gets paid so much money. You had one job!
Here's how it should sound:
 

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Man clean edits can be stupid. What I mean is I hate when you do clean edits you put no effort into them. Atleast make them sound proper, like they were intended to sound that way, not a hodgepodge cut-copy-paste job that everybody is going to notice that something's wrong. What is that "SAME [akward gap] BLOOD!" supposed to mean? Chris sings every word on-the-beat on that part. It sounds weird when it skips one when your brain is trained to expect it. Find the tempo of the song and make it sound properly like there's nothing edited out you supposed professional sound engineer that gets paid so much money. You had one job!
Here's how it should sound:
Personally, I think this gap on Arabesque much more "natural" than, for example, in Guns or Trouble in Town. I mean, Guns has a much worse clean edit with holes on it, not gaps. And why Trouble in Town has all the police man speech in there with thoses gaps? Why put the REAL clean edit on YouTube? Even Post Malone's edits are better.
 
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