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Date
08/06/2008
File Info
Song
6.4 MB
4 min 40 sec
Score
3.69 / 5.00

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Think as I say, because I think what I say.

"Undefined Female" by Wobinidan

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Reviews


Germex2Germex2

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 27, 2008

HEY

This is pretty cool......
10/10
5/5


TimeBender responds:

cheers :]


Suspended-3rd-ChordSuspended-3rd-Chord

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 13, 2008

pretty sweet man

yeah bro this one's real fresh,

i've had wobinidan on my favs for a while. my favorite track from is "Leaning Out" i believe it was called.

But man, some real interesting bits and combinations in here! You've really progressed in terms of production since I first heard your work (December I think)

I remember you like snoballandthmonyshot, while you've got a different style from him, you both use the same elements, combining acoustic sounds with eletronica styles, with some unique beats and interesting and odd structures.

really liked the intro with the experimental drumbeat and the fading in. That distorted bass was pretty nice with the nice filtered thingy in the background. Beats mesh real nicely with the guitar and vocals, executed quite well. i really dig your cymbal sequencing and usage.

piano does a nice job as the harmony accompany, nothing great, but it is a +

guitar chords will real crisp and had a nice grungy progression, sounded a bit like Nirvana (so do the lyrics, real enjoyable to listen to)

2:15 was one hell of an interesting turn of events, that cello and piano work together quite nicely, tho minimalistic. tambourines are also real fresh. strings are nice and lush and progress nicely in the background. Love the usage of synthetic sounds and organic sounds.

man the drums were real sick in the end, love the usage of heavy distortion on the percussion and the bitcrushing (you used that too?) on the kick was real nice. The guitar chord that wobidinidan ended felt good and the wobbling LFO on the synth was ace.....

crits for wobinidan:

at 1:03-1:04, the two guitars are off sync

during that same interlude section, the vocals standalone sound kinda empty and lackluster, throw some backing vocals in there or maybe a higher end synth or instrument to reflect the sound

crits for YOU bro:
-that fuzzy sawtooth wasnt all that interesting, I would spice it with more FX, experiment with a chorus or something, filters, automate the LFOs and what not...just in personal taste, it felt real awkward when the vocals and guitars came back in, maybe turn the fine pitch knobs back to 6 o'clock. (I personally would prefer that subtle swelling texture you used at 2:05ish in its place)

from my end, the first distorted kick near the end was a bit too overpowering on my end, maybe lower the dynamics a little or put a bit of compression on the bass parts

like the drums in the end, i personally would add a more powerful (gradual or instant) bitcrusher to the kick, maybe throw in some noise for the 8bit hi hat style

but sick tune man. one for the favs fo sho' favorite part was the drums i love tracks like this. what samples do you use for your drums? you still use FL right?


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TimeBender responds:

goddamn this is a beautiful review. i'll take my time to respond.

"I remember you like snoballandthmonyshot..." <-- he's my motherfucking favorite thank you for that.

"But man, some real interesting bits and combinations in here! You've really progressed in terms of production since I first heard your work (December I think)" - i've learnt a lot, been teaching myself music theory, and i dont settle for second best.

"man the drums were real sick in the end, love the usage of heavy distortion on the percussion and the bitcrushing (you used that too?)" - so much distorstion, compression, lo fi plug ins, vinyl plug ins and a bit of cpu anal rape.

"that fuzzy sawtooth wasnt all that interesting" - i knowwwww but my cpu was seriously crying i couldn't do everything that i wanted to and it wasn't my focus. i was actually very focused on the percussion.

"what samples do you use for your drums? you still use FL right?" - fl studio 8 is my king, my savoir, my lord. and the samples? just some acoustic(?) samples it doesn't really matter. learn to manipulate with effects to achieve the sound that you want, and the samples are 'just there'


mrpibbs1mrpibbs1

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 12, 2008

Hmmm

Thought I had reviewed this, but I guess not. But here I go: I liked how the start is just a kinda dark beat then when the guitar and vocals come in, it turns and changes "lighter".
Its a great song. You and Wobinidan keep it up. When I went to see the original, there was only 1 review and its score was like 1.34!!!!
I'm going to have to vote 5 on it everyday, its an awesome song


TimeBender responds:

goodnight mrpibbs1 thanks for the review mucho :D


NeverHundredNeverHundred

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 9, 2008

Hey!

It's one in the morning, and I like your music. This remix is pretty good, sadly I don't believe I have heard the original so I don't think I'd be able to make a comparison. i guess I'll have to go look into it.


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TimeBender responds:

you're in the same timezone as me :P and yes you should look into it :D


wobinidanwobinidan

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 7, 2008

Awesome

Good work man, love the drums and the ending is epic. You really left your own mark on it and that's important when you're remixing. I look forward to making more tracks with you!


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TimeBender responds:

Thanks! I went through maybe four different drum sequences haha