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Jul 28, 2008 | 3:59 PM EDT
File Info
5.8 MB
6 min 20 sec
4.31 / 5.00

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Rated 4.31 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is the final version of the song.

There are probably a few things that could be tweaked, but this is the end for this track at least :P



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good.

Um I agree with 42x the more raw version was better but still this song still has all the "flavé" as the other one.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Reverb and Delay

experiment with more reverb and delay on your crashes. fills space like you wouldnt believe it. Gets a more proffesional sound.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


What happened to the bass? I think the raw crunchy analog synth you used in the first version sounded better. It sounds more digital in this version. I agree with durn about the awkward octave change at 3 minutes. Overall, I think it sounds pretty good.

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AlSarci responds:

I like both basslines, just this one is a bit easier on the ears and speakers :P

The octave change only feels strange to you, because your not used to it yet :)

Thanks for the feedback :D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Nice blend of trance/electro/house, man! :) Had my head boppin and feet a-stompin.

Especially loved the saw bass, but that's cause I'm a sucker for the zipper basslines. :)

The rhodes-style piano at about 2 minutes was a nice touch, especially with the rolling you did with it (coupled with the rhythm synth in the bg).

However, at 3 minutes in it just goes wrong. :p no need to shift the notes up, sounds kinda awkward. maybe do the drop 8 bars earlier cause I didn't like the sound of the pitch-shift at all.

Though I looooooove the piano arpeggio and the kick drops at just the right time. However, the open hi-hat sample you use is too cliche. Used in almost every late 90s house tune.

All in all, a solid track with just a few minor problems :)

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AlSarci responds:

i know theres some stuff that still needs work, but thanks for all the positive feedback :D

I might work a bit more on this in the future, when i have fresh ears :P