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Uploaded
Nov 23, 2008 | 7:24 PM EST
File Info
Song
5 MB
4 min 21 sec
Score
3.39 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.39 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
830 Plays | 75 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
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Author Comments

I made this piece a while ago in attempt to work on how I build up the music, so that's basically what the focus was on this. I could make this one better but I lost interest.

The idea behind it was a state of balance interrupted by a sudden shock that is at first, easily excused. That is, like when one meditates and unwanted thoughts begin to come in. The persistence of such thoughts does not give up so easily, but the fight between the two can eventually brings forth a new state, one of euphoria. However, this is at a cost, as the person comes out of his state completely different man, which could be good or bad.

So here it is, please leave a comment and I'll be sure to return the favor, as always, with a thorough review. It's not my greatest work, but still I wanna know what you think.

Reviews


NessbeatsfoxNessbeatsfox

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good

But to be honest, the synth that comes in at :30 has moments where it sounds great and others where it really clashes with what else is going on. Reading your author comments, that may have been what you wanted, but I'm not sure it works musically.

I love the percussion and how it's strong in the back with sound sounds that overlap the other instruments. The fade out/back in with a marching sound at 3:05 was brilliant.

I would end the song at 4:00 instead of the outro, as the sudden change doesn't seem to work, unless you extended the song to continue with the synth that comes in.

Overall 5/5, 9/10. Awesome. Keep up the good work!


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HybrisHybrid responds:

Thanks for the review, and I must say I agree with most if not everything you said. I'm glad you liked it though.

I noticed the synth clashing and EQed a little bit, but to no avail. And no, I didn't leave it like that because I felt it was appropriate, more likely out of laziness and lack of mastering/mixing ability.
I'm surprised you liked the percussion, I thought it was weak for the most part.
As for the end, just wanted to try something different and see what people thought.