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Uploaded
Jan 4, 2009 | 8:38 PM EST
File Info
Song
7.4 MB
3 min 15 sec
Score
3.93 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.93 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
581 Plays | 78 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

I was surprised how the drums turned out because it really happened on accident haha. Overall Im pretty happy with it. Let me know you think. Thanks

Reviews


freeagentfreakfreeagentfreak

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Potatoe Bread, or Dill Rye...

The most significant part to me is the depth of the build, especially the two overlapping leads, they really help carry you upward, with a cute and innocent kind of sound. Then it begins to mellow down immediately letting you swim around in the overall airy feeling of it... Its very mystic sounding, and the processed drums sound very huge and metallic... giving it a steam-bellowing machine kind of sound. An industrial atmosphere... or at least thats that kind of vibe i pick up.
Awesome job man 10/10 *look at his mouth, look at all da things hanging out of his mouth*


ReapersArms responds:

Hahaha look at all that stuff hanging outta his mouth! Thanks bud


akakscaseakakscase

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Write reviews people...

I really dislike people who com in and vote low without leaving a reason. Annoys me, as I'm sure it annoys you.

Song sounded good, but a few things: The instrument mix didn't come across too well. Maybe if the background tones were a little more synthetic sounding... You also might want to work a little more on the actual mixing, there were times when the focus sound was being drowned out by the background sound. Props: Sounds great, with a great build to it. Works great as a loop. 7/10 4/5


ReapersArms responds:

Thanks man I was thinking the same thing. The first guy voted a 1 and then downloaded the song...Anyways I noticed the drums drowned some of the sound out. I didnt look at mixing as much as I should have so that would probably be a good idea

-Steven-