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ParagonX9 - Chaoz Impact

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Date
06/18/2008
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Song
1.8 MB
1 min 56 sec
Score
4.36 / 5.00

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Author Comments

..And finally had some inspiration again to make something new!
Many of you wanted me to make something like Chaoz Devotion, and here it is!
It's a new Drum&Bass track which took me about 4 weeks...
...Almost 1 year to get the inspiration! Anyways, Enjoy listening! :)

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hellzlakerhellzlaker

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

not so good

while this length is perfect for flashes, you should really make an attempt to make your songs longer. The intro was really short and the transitions were quick, leaving no room for the intense buildups commonly found in DnB. I'm sure you know, but just in that rare case that you may be unaware, 64 bar intro, 64 bar drop, 32 bar middle, 64 bar drop 2, 32 bar ending is a common sequencing template. You don't have to start the song right with a melody off the bat, start building up an atmosphere using pads or what not, bring in some drums around the 32 bar, and then use a commonn kick buildup to transition into the 32 bar middle, sequence the melody theme in between both the intro and drop. Use the middle to take out that melody and show off the sickness of the reese, and maybe introduce the new melody in the next drop. Sometimes setting up a template will help act as guide in aid of making longer tracks, which I think you should try and more people would be able to roll to it.



DavidRxDavidRx

Rated 5 / 5 stars

finally :D

yea ure back.... ive been in a such pain :(
im ure fan for a long time.... even when i dident have an account
.......
yea this is cool drum n bass.... but i like more the HARDCORE ones but it
feels good to listen to some of ure music.......

beats 10/10
Bass 9/10
synth 10/10

OVERALL 5/5

Keep it going Girl :D


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LanceLance

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A bit disappointing...

I was moreso so hoping to see you release a track like Chaoz Japan with it's unique ethnic vibes, or maybe even suprise us with an orchestral VG track like Maizdon's Fury or whatever.

This has a nice sound, with a generic but ridiculously catchy sound nonetheless to entertain the masses, I don't like the first melody at all, sounds a lot like something you would hear in Pendulum...LAAAAME ;)

Not too take anything away from your style, but that sawtooth lead you use does not feel like it belongs in DnB at all. But that next synth with the slight vibrato FX you use was really nice, but there was too little of it IMO.

Drums were nice, that kick is nice and powerful, and the snare has lots of punch. I like what you did with the cymbals, the rhythm wasn't straight 8ths or 16ths throughout the song making the beat very interesting at points.

The reese was real tight, awesome filter swells, sweet texture and just the perfect amount of resonance.

So some very interesting ideas, but IMO you killed the song with the sawtooth lead, too much focus on the higher end melodies, and not enough focus on the bass and atmospheric elements, which are generally more important in DnB. But anyway, if that's not your style, keep doing what you do.

Also, while this length is perfect for flashes, you should really make an attempt to make your songs longer. The intro was really short and the transitions were quick, leaving no room for the intense buildups commonly found in DnB. I'm sure you know, but just in that rare case that you may be unaware, 64 bar intro, 64 bar drop, 32 bar middle, 64 bar drop 2, 32 bar ending is a common sequencing template. You don't have to start the song right with a melody off the bat, start building up an atmosphere using pads or what not, bring in some drums around the 32 bar, and then use a commonn kick buildup to transition into the 32 bar middle, sequence the melody theme in between both the intro and drop. Use the middle to take out that melody and show off the sickness of the reese, and maybe introduce the new melody in the next drop. Sometimes setting up a template will help act as guide in aid of making longer tracks, which I think you should try and more people would be able to roll to it.


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MoskAlikMoskAlik

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

This is Great! woopey doo!

geez mista x9 what is this? seriously you can do so much better then this 1 for the effort tho



APPSmusicAPPSmusic

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

good but not good enough

i see allot of improvement keep it up, listen to my songs!