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Chaos pt.1 (remastered!)

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Uploaded
Feb 9, 2009 | 2:33 AM EST
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Song
5.9 MB
5 min 12 sec
Score
2.62 / 5.00

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Rated 2.62 / 5 stars
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337 Plays | 48 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Heavy Metal
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Author Comments

Well, here's the remastered version of Chaos pt.1: Sea of Destruction. Took me a few hours because I didn't remember what I had written in some parts (I wrote the original on the demo version of Fl Studio so I couldn't save it). Several changes, especially in the drums and instrument choices for the synths, but all for the better.

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Squll2Squll2

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Woaaahh

Woahhhh, your really talented man! I heard something about you writing this first on the demo? Is this only your first submissions/songs? If so, keep going you could be reallllly talented!

You only missed out on the last star because of a few weird transitions here or there - specially the one at the start from the soft slow music to the hard drum beats, and also around 2:30-3 i found there was a few odd notes.


HarvestThrone responds:

Thanks! Uhh, well no lol. I've submitted several tracks, some generating success, others not so much : / But yeah. I've been kind of in a weird toss between writing industrial music, and writing metal. I originally wrote this one on the demo yeah. It's posted on here actually if you want to compare. Titled Chaos pt. 1: Sea of Destruction.
I understand what you're saying about the transitions. It's mainly due to the instruments I chose I think (I'm most likely going to take the Digi synth in the background out in the section you mentioned. I wanted something to kind of build up, but I see it's not working), but I know there are parts that could definitely be worked on more. The drum transition from the slow to the heavier section is definitely one of those.
Thanks again man!