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Apr 19, 2009 | 12:52 AM EDT
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7.3 MB
6 min 25 sec
4.38 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Hey everybody! After a long period of "writers" block, I got around to finishing my progressive house track (this one). So let's get started, eh? ;)

NOTE: This is an NG cut, so intros and endings have been changed from the original mix. Also quality has been reduced (160 Kbps), while the original is (320 Kbps). (Sorry I had to do it I can actually post this here on NG)

- I've been doing a lot of experimenting with filters and pads lately and I found that mixing white noise with a pad really changes a lot of things.

-This is probably the track that I used the most instruments on (6 Polysonic Synths, 4 Drum machines, 2 Samplers).

-I also was working up on the kick drum in this one and I discovered that a high-pitched shake offset just before a kick drum hit, sounds awesome (Thank you ReGroove mixer :P).

-Again with the stabby chords (I know, played out, right?), but I decided to take on a different approach than just the ordinary 1/8th note approach. I listened to a lot of music by Thomas Schwartz and if anyone takes a listen to him, you can definately hear the substance of him in this track.

Enjoy the tunes! Comments and rates are VERY MUCH welcome! :)

Production Notes:
-Time Spent: 12-13 days (Most of it was just digressing with some other tracks)
-Program used: Reason version 4
-Samples used: Reason Sound Bank and xfrscd01 (Xfer)
-Influences: Thomas Schwartz (Jupiter Calling) and Deadmau5 (Jaded)

*I used Propellerhead's Reason 4 for this production (No VSTs used :P)

-BrokenCrossfader (OB)



Rated 5 / 5 stars


man i forgot how good this song was, keep it up man


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Sounds very professionnal and, once again, Deadmau5-like!

Indeed, it is progressive house, especially since the main melodic pattern itself sounds progressive (Mi Fa So La, if my ears recalls correctly the keys)! I loved how some sound effects slightly pigmented the basic melody.

The percs are absolutely awesome!

Excellent track. Great to listen when past midnight. Keep up the good!


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Definitely Deadmau5-ish

But at the same time, this song is it's own thing. I really enjoy this song a lot, it's a grade A professional track in my opinion.

Oh, I always show this song to my friends, and they love it as well!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesome. But

Really really close to a song by Deadmau5 nd Deadmau5 pwnz all<3 nyways nice job

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BrokenCrossfader responds:

If i had a tumor for everytime someone mentioned this, I'd be dead like 10 times. I suppose it's a compliment, so thanks for listening :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Intro's rev cymbals were tad cheesy for me, but everything else is almost perfect. The mastering is awesome enough for me. Kinda repetitive though. I guess your should work on you variations more. Anyways, keep up the good work. :)

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