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Date
04/24/2009
File Info
Song
5.8 MB
4 min 13 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Good long music session = this one. I thoroughly enjoyed making this track (even though it's starting to get painfully annoying to compose with so much lag), and I hope you get something out of it too.

Reviews


KefkaKefka

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 5, 2009

kick ass awesome

theres something about music like this that I really enjoy. oddly enough, I'm somehow reminded of a few of the calmer but steady rhythmed songs from "Duken Nukem 3D"



DoobyTimePieceDoobyTimePiece

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 4, 2009

Hell yah i glad this song made it.

top 5 and its still a rocken slow jam. great work on this dude, im looking foward to more. but maby me and you sould colab our efforts. i smell a masterpiece!!!!



DwayneBarryDwayneBarry

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 2, 2009

Amazing

Simply fantastic. The feel is so surreal.


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JKMonkeyJKMonkey

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 2, 2009

great beat

Nice job with this one mate, really enjoyed listening to it. If there was one great thing about this song, it would have to be the beat, and how it seemed like you used two beats, one to play with the melody, and one to play behind the melody, which is something you don't usually hear in songs, very unique and creative, excellent work with that. I also loved how the whole seemed to crescendo, from the very first note to the very last, it felt a lot like rising action, very good work with that. The melody was good, though hard to hear behind one beat and in front of another, it really seemed to flow with the song nicely, excellent work with that. Good job here man, 5/5 from me, definitely worthy of the Best of the Wekk spot! :)


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snayk responds:

Yeah, you got a large part of what this song means. To me it's less about the rising of the action and more about the climax, but they are very closely related. Glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for dropping a review!


ChronamutChronamut

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 1, 2009

mhmm..

I didnt liek the intro to be honest - but once the percussion came in it became very obvious the type of song you were trying to achieve. I love these kind of songs - very artsy and experimental :P. I like how its very patterned and mechanical - and things gradually evolve.

I would have liked to see mroe high pitched siney type noises in the bg tho :P- and the ending was a bit awkward - should been wider - much wider - just overflow the stereo spectrum :P

not too bad tho.


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snayk responds:

I kind of know what you're talking about with the intro -- when I first was putting it together, I didn't quite like the it much either (though for me it got good once the bass came in), but it did grow on me.

It's true that I didn't do much at least even in terms of background to add diversity. When I get really into my music, I often just want to churn it out, which I think is often a cause for the simplicity in many of my songs.

Thanks for the review.