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May 31, 2008 | 8:55 PM EDT
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2.7 MB
2 min 59 sec
Score
3.59 / 5.00

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Rated 3.59 / 5 stars
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1,944 Plays | 83 Downloads
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Author Comments

I made this one eight minute song for a couple of people.

I'm splitting it into three parts because It'll keep your attention that way.

And as you listen The reason all the parts are so different is because I made one part for each person, so everyone's parts sound different. Its not really a song, but a collection of tunes.

Reviews


mikkimmikkim

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it.

gives the fell of some one breaking in to somewons house.



ShanusShanus

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great

This was really cool, a mixture of songs in one, and it really worked. I didn't dislike one part of it. And loved the guitar, sounded excellent. There was a little issue, with the whole transitions they seemed slow and sloppy, but still it was a great takck, good work

=Review Request CLub=


TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for respodingl so late.

As for the transitions, I used to have very hard to understand vocals in between each part, but I took them out because they were hard to understand :(.

thanks for the review!


CoopCoop

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Zombie dance hero escape?

Sorry, that is the first thing that came to mind as I listened to this! It start of kind of dark, then gets more of a dance thing going on, then livens up into something that reminded me of "hero" them music, then the final part reminded me of a movie escape sequence. Ah, the nonsensical fun you can paint with music!

Don't get me wrong, I like it, the variety keeps it interesting. Better still is how the different sections do work well on their own, yet they also fit together. This merging and blend of different sounds is great. I think the underlying pace is as least partly responsible for this, which you have kept constant - any change in that and the different sections would have become jarring. Even at the start when it seems slower, the potential is still there, plus that bit is so brief it doesn't distract from the faster sounding parts. So well done there!

Nice Track.

[Review Request Club]


TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for the delayed response.

Zombie dance hero escape? impressive. thanks for the review.

btw I'mgoing to try different composition styles later on :)


ViridisViridis

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sweet

The intro to this feels very heavy, and danc orientated, and i was expecting the whole track to be like this, then it stops and COMPLETELY changes style.
Its very repetative in this section for a while though, till that weird cool electronic sound comes in.

The whole track comes together very well and its now time to see how the other 2 parts fare against this one. :P

[RRC]


TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for responding so late.

Yes, I know this song switches styles alot, but thats a story for later. And I also knew the second sections was annoyingly repetitve but I didn't want to change it too much from my original plan.

Thanks for the review


BezmanBezman

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Dance/move-tastic electronic sounds.

This totally switches at 30s! The first 30s doesn't really seem related much...

The opening bass melody sounded like something I'd heard before so I'm glad you got rid of it.

The computer sound at 55s as you bring in more melody sounds cool and it would have been cool if you'd made more usage of that theme of wierd square-wave-type-things. I like how it actually foreshadows the melody that comes in at the end. Still, more sounds of computers freaking out (maybe as a quiet sound in the bg) would have perhaps been cool.

My favourite aspect of this is simply the energetic mood here. I could totally dance to this - in fact I did get up and dance for 3 minutes - and though some parts are pretty challenging to keep up with, this is the kind of thing I'd love to hear played in a club.


TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for the delayed response.

Thanks for the review. Glad it makes you get up and dance :). As for the switching its a long story.