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Jun 14, 2008 | 12:53 AM EDT
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4.3 MB
3 min 7 sec
Score
4.27 / 5.00

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Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
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Author Comments

Another attempt at techno.

All votes and crit appreciated. Besides the generic SAW used, anything else worth pointing out?

Listen to the whole song please :D

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HarryEvHarryEv

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This song be awesome

really loving all this. Nice techno beat that you've worked really well in with the piano track. Really awesome :D


GronmonSE responds:

Late response ftl, sorry :P

Thank you :D


CoopCoop

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Works Well

You've certainly got an interesting mix of sounds in this track, all mixed together around the piano, which works as a great foundation for the track. I can see that playing around with the other instruments has found you a sound that you're happy with.

This is a good tune for driving games, as the tune has a regular beat and it helps the concentration without being too obtrusive... well, not until you add that thumping bass at about 2.45, but since it's only for a few seconds, I think we can let it ride :P

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GronmonSE responds:

Driving games? ._.,

The thumping sound, well, I couldn't think of anything else I could add there.

Nevertheless, thanks for the review :D


ShanusShanus

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool

Great tune, with a really weird beat, quite hard to tap along to. The piano/dance fusion worked quite well. The piano was just enough to push the song into really good. GReat job, keep up the good work

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GronmonSE responds:

That really weird beat is the most generic techno/dance beat ever :P

Aye, the piano is my favorite thing about the track to be honest.

Thanks for the input.


ViridisViridis

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great

The piano is very good, and works well with the synth noises combining with it, its nice that the piano doesnt get drowned out by the rest of the music, and the drum beat behind is light enough not to do that.

Its a great track with great dance feeling, yet with a melodic touch to it as well. This is great, keep it up. :D


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BezmanBezman

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Varying electro-tempo could work for music-stomp

Simple but effective melody. My main beef is that you just don't play with it enough - you could have really introduced more layers, forced it into the bg whilst something new takes stage for a moment, generally played with it to make it more engaging.

At 0:55, it sounds like it wants more than just a couple of notes in the melody switching - maybe a beat switch too?

The cool bit around 1:30-1:46 could do more to keep the tempo going. Maybe quiet but rapid beats, rising in volume, then doubling in BPM before everything kicks in again. Its a cliche'd technique, but it does work.

2:22 similarly sounds like too much of a 'stop' and doesn't really feel natural - more like you've fallen over whilst running than you stopping for a moment to look at something before carrying on. Hope you know what I mean.

I liked the various filters/instruments you used for the main melody - the one at 0:55ish sounded cool.

Similarly, the qualities of the piano, snare/cymbal, drums and electronic tones all work well together.

I just hoped for a tad more variation mainly and/or a better 'maintenance of energy'.


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