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Snarks_[demo] {remastered}

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Mar 12, 2009 | 3:51 PM EDT
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729.9 KB
47 sec
Score
3.12 / 5.00

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Rated 3.12 / 5 stars
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572 Plays | 65 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - House
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Author Comments

Lol i listened to my other demo and i was like HOLY SHIT THERES SO MUCH DAMN REVERB

So i remastered it and made it better.

Promise its almost done.

[WoW and procrastination are getting the better of me :D]

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Review

Hi Gonif,

I'll review your future stuff if you ask me via PM. I like reviewing other people's work.

Because this is a short song, I won't go in much depth.
I like the drum and the kick seems just about right. You don't have much of a melody going besides the house bass. The bass sounds nice and clear....however one big issue that many house artists have on NG. Read below:

Issues with NG house music:
1) Rely on downloaded samples and/or sample packs. Now, personally I don't find anything wrong with using free VSTS and other goodies like that if your aiming for limited house music. Its a great way to learn, but once you get over that beginner learning curve, your going to have to move into making your own instruments or your severly limiting yourself. Sample packs can only get you so far.....I'm assuming you used sample packs or downloaded instruments because I read your post.

2) Originality goes down. With only a select instruments in your sample packs, only certain patterns work well with those instruments. This leads to well... music that I already heard of better quality by the professionals themselves....since the professionals were the first to use these instruments (cause they made them and sold them for you guys to use) they had the original factor.

Now, when I say making your own instruments, I don't mean from a default setting. Yes, using samples and modifying them to a "significant" degree that it actually sounds like a new instrument I think fits the criteria. Even professionals do that. I personally did not feel like you modified a typical bass sound on NG house via sample pack enough to consider to be a new instrument to me. However, the most important thing is having fun making music. As long as you enjoyed yourself making this, then keep what your doing. As for the finishing product, add more harmonies or melodies. Sounds good so far.

5/5 and 9/10 review
Note, don't take this as if I'm being evil. I'm just honestly helping you out. Ask Karco if he can review your songs. He makes honest reviews too.....

Bye for now


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Gonif responds:

thanks man really appreciate the in depth review :D