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Oct 9, 2008 | 3:17 PM EDT
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Song
4.6 MB
4 min 1 sec
Score
4.06 / 5.00

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Rated 4.06 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
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Author Comments

My friend, Kweaks and I have worked on a collaborative song. He oversaw the melodical structures and flow for 0:00 - 1:40, then I have taken over for the remainder of the song. I downloaded a huge pack of high quality techno drum samples, thus starting my advance into more dance and techno songs.

Featuring voice samples from my movie, we have created a dance style techno song. If you want, I can go back and redo the song without the voice samples, in case you would like to have this song in a flash movie or something.

I would imagine Kweaks would like you to check out his music too, though he only has 4 songs. My favorite - Subconcious Invasion. Also you should watch my movie, TBBAM if you have the time.

Reviews


KweaksKweaks

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I've had enough of your...

BULLSHIT!

But you strayed from your original work a bit so it was p. intense.


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BudGPStudios responds:

Lolbro.


perfect-insanityperfect-insanity

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

cool

I liked how you used the voice clips, I probably wouldn't have liked the song without them, the pounding bass in the intro reminds me of the Badger, Badger, Badger song, just be careful with the snare drums, some people find the clapping noises are overused and they sound a lot like clapping, great work

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CoopCoop

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good drive

This song certainly goes in for the driving beat and the melody, which blends in nicely with the beat, then grabs the tune and pulls it forward, giving the beat a chance to pace itself - reminds me of competitive team cycling, where one part of the team goes to the front and presses the pace, allowing the team mates to follow and catch a breath, before one takes over for the next push.

I think the use of the vocal samples was well done and not to excess, which is far too easdy to do in a format like this. Good to see the restraint used here.

I think that I might have used a few more different vocal samples, just to keep the variation going, but other than that the tune is technically sound.

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DeflektorDeflektor

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Hello

Again, it's a nice, and yet god knows how much i hate techno.

The voice benefited from a good mix, which isn't that common.

The rythm and the beat are pretty classic, though.

Also, i would prefered more variation for the Eurogate. It please repeatidly some notes and the piece sounds like it doesn't have any melody.

I guess that's all i can say. Again, it's a good track.

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BudGPStudios responds:

Why hate techno, but then again, I hate some genres of music, everyone has their own opinion. I'm glad that didn't bias your review too much. The eurogate was not programmed to actually gate itself, I had to chop the notes that way, making variance was a bit harder.


HaggardHaggard

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

\m/

Voice samples can either go completly wrong or work out just fine. In this track, they work out just fine. I don't think I would like the song as much without the voices.

I think you created a quite original techno song here. I was really glad that you didn't use a clap sound in the intro (clap sounds are overused imo).
I was disappointed when I heard a clapping sound later on... but then discovered that it was the snare drum. ^^
So, maybe you should change the sound of the snare drum a bit, so that it sounds a bit more like "snare" and a bit less like "clap". XD

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