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4.21 / 5.00

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Rated 4.21 / 5 stars
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Industrial Jungle?



Rated 5 / 5 stars

You should host raves.

Seriously you should. You could do this for clubs any day. Im a big fan of your stuff Helix! Keep the gr8 work! :)

Helix6 responds:

It would probably be a pretty weird rave...


Rated 5 / 5 stars


you make really cool and dark music know wonder why most of your songs are on Thing-thing that means its a sponsered by Diseased co. but i dont think that matters its just one of them well if your songs are in every level it kinda does anyway for all of them 5/5!

Helix6 responds:

I don't know if I fully understand your review, but the numbers speak for themselves. Thanks.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

ahhh shit!

the review i left in no regret was meant 4 this 1! i fuked up dude. but w/e no regret gets a 4/5

biscoid360 (like x...awww FUCK it!)

Helix6 responds:

OK... I'll read the other one.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow. <(Notice period for emphasis)

This is my favorite of all of your works, followed by Red Rock Operation.

Your industrial music has made me a fan of industrial..or at least your music -_-.

Anyway, I like the way you start this piece cutting the transition between each emphasis hit in half each time until you reached straight quarter notes.

The middle is nearly flawless so I can't say much there. I really like the pauses you have put in between each emphasis note. (don't know what else to call them).

I love the ending how you use what sounds like steam blowing out of something with higher and higher pitches and then when it is about to take it to the last step, low and behold it happens to be the starting note for that nice little string tune that sounds like the strings from some awesome film (like the matrix). And anyway, how you make that tune the last part of the highpitched steam sound.

I love it, the only reason I give a 9 in clarity is that (I'm sure you've realized this) the beginning is kind of staticy sounding.

Also, best of wishes for you to make it through all of this business you've been suffering from lately, hopefully you will catch a break soon.

Also, If you do...take a real break = ).

Helix6 responds:

Glad you enjoyed this song. Work will probably never end... Hopefully 60+ hours a week ends someday. :) Fortunately my job might be buying a full-fledged music workstation soon...


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well done!

This track has good sound. I felt that the buildup into the main beat might've been able to be a little smoother, but other than that, this makes for some really good sounding Industrial.

It seems alot of people can't get a feel for the Industrial sound, but you definitely have got it down. Keep it up champ.

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