Be a Supporter!

-[Mr.C]- Something New

Download this song! Lights Expand Collapse

Credits & Info

Uploaded
Dec 7, 2008 | 9:17 AM EST
File Info
Song
1.2 MB
1 min 16 sec
Score
4.42 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 4.42 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,085 Plays | 87 Downloads
Share Links:
Genres:
Electronic - Dance
Tags:
None

Author Comments

This may or may not be good...

Vote fairly :)

And write me some reviews

Reviews


SessileNomadSessileNomad

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

eh...

well you got the cliche techno bassline goin(its not always bad, but its heard in like EVERY freakin techno song ever)

you dont really have a chorus, idk if your gona fix this up, but yeah...get a chorus
xD

wow it loops perfectly

your drums are all fine, sounds nice

hey would you check out some of my music, preferably my newer shit?

peace, im off to see your other works


Mr-Carrothead responds:

Yeah, it's the bassline that you find in EVERY SONG :S

I've been trying to use different ones but it's so hard

But I will, as soon as something sounds good I will use it

Yeah I wanted it to loop, and the drums to make up for the fact that it's so generic :P

And yeah I'll check out ur music


FernandoDrechslerFernandoDrechsler

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Decent...

I'd say you seem to know some basics, like 8/8 sequencing (Vital for e-music production), I heard some Bass, Base rhythim and some percussion. But...

- Simple Bass (not a bad thing sometimes, simple is good depending on the song, it add groove to the song, but in this case, I can't feel it)
- Simple percussion (variation is key, also adding something more between those Kicks/Hit Hats/rides will give the song more groove and feeling)
- Simple base Rhythim (The main Synth is the same on all the music, and you just cut some of the sequencing on the synth sample you created to give some variation, try creation some minor changes on the sample itself, not cutting it to sound different)

I heard something in the background like a High pitched TS404. Work with it with your main synth, and you might get some results. Some FX, like flanging and phasing might add something new to the song as well...


People find this review helpful!
Mr-Carrothead responds:

Yeah, I agree
I pretty much know the basics, just need to improve on it a bit and not rush things
I'm still on "the learning curve", which is difficult at first, but I'm starting to get the hang of things...

But thankyou for the good review