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Uploaded
Sep 26, 2008 | 12:14 AM EDT
File Info
Song
3.6 MB
3 min 55 sec
Score
3.29 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.29 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
482 Plays | 79 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Drum N Bass
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Author Comments

I've been reading the comments on my songs, studying somg of NG's best music, and of course playing Spore... ALOT. This is literally the first thing I've made in 3 weeks that didn't have eyes.

It's a creepy song at the beginning that becomes a new song less techno than most of my other songs. So here's my attempt at DNB. I suggest good speakers AND a woofer, because this song sounded like crap on my normal laptop speakers.

REMEMBER: LISTEN TO WHOLE SONG BEFORE VOTING. STYLE CHANGES AT ABOUT 0:30

Reviews


phexionphexion

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nails On A Chopboard Intro

I didn't like that high pitch part of the intro Ouch!! 43 seconds in my hears stopped bleeding! Good piano work though.



Starrodkirby86Starrodkirby86

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I have mixed reactions somehow.

First of all, I did listen to the whole song, that's great. :)

Now, the beginning melodies are really screech-like, that's one of my least favorite parts actually. It can work better. All the areas of the song with a piano work pretty nicely, and the song is soothing, yet it's vast in some ways (Open-ended? Something around that?).

The end is too sudden and that empty gap around 3:16 was unexpected and strange. I don't know if you can correct this anytime soon or not, but I wasn't so appreciative of that.

I'm listening this song on headphones, hopefully no quality is lost. A good piece I suppose, let's see that masterpiece. XD


Darksporks responds:

Yeah. I agree with the screeching a little bit. I pressed out a melody and it creeped the hell out of me and everyone else in the room. It's the same melody used throughout the song for the most part.
The 3:16 gap is actually an idiotically low version of the melody. There's literally no way for a computer to play it without a woofer. I think I've learned which octaves are "off-limits" now.
And don't worry about song improvement. You'll see another epic song from me like the one I called "Television is Lazier" that will include some of the melody and stuff from here, plus I'm trying this on a new song.