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Apr 28, 2009 | 5:20 PM EDT
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4 min 23 sec
4.49 / 5.00

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Epic Breaktrance! this is one of my greatest tracks to date in my opinion. and ive spent WAY too much time on it. ive worked alot on my mastering this time. witch i usually dont. so listen to atleast 2 min of it before you vote! ^-^ <3 and PHUMP UP THE VOLUME!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I'm a fan of lots of melody, and this music has that going on. I'm not really a fan of this genre, but this I like.

If I have one constructive critique it's that it seems to lack some focus... but in general it flows so well it's not really a problem.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Your best

HEY BRAH! I would go ahead and call this the greatest shit you've churned out so far because holy crap I can't stop listening to it. The melody is addictive, the production is good, it never gets stale or boring and the rythm is incredibly rich and saturated. Plus the transitions own. I should totally make some "breaktrance" myself during the summer, our roots are in Hybrid after all and I've bought 32gb of orchestral samples for no good. Daymn.

It sucks so much that you didn't get a list spot this week, there's the "democracy" of NG Audio for ya. But oh well, let's hope you get a frontpage eventually.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Jaw Dropper.

That was quite remarkable.

It started off slow, And I was expecting it to maybe be a bit of a slow, techno song with a few 'bips' and 'bops' thrown into the mix. Then after 30 seconds or so, It just breaks right through the calmness, and comes out clean and strong. Really good, And done very well actually.

I like the fact that its a good blend of a sort of Orchestra feel, as well as the obvious techno feel to the music also. It merged from one sound or beat to another very well, Without coming across jumpy or anything.

Overall it was edited, and mastered well. I couldn't pick out anywhere that sounded out of whack, Or much that was too high pitched, or low pitched. In all I couldn't find anything it was missing, Or had too much of. It was basically flawless.

Well deserving of a ten.

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Waterflame responds:

glad you liked the intro :D i tend to get inspiered by that sort of thing myself when listening to music, like when youre allready satisfied with what you hear, and with no real warning you just get something sweet thrown in your face. im not a fan of too long build ups, unless they can churn out a climax witch is actually BETTER than the buildup. and that dossnt happen often. and yeah its kinda become my trademark to blend orchestral with techno/Breakbeat. and i finally feel like ive merged it into a fusion sound im happy with. so i think more tracks like this are heading your way! and, wow well, i dont know about flawless but i dont mind that title :D thank you!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


When I first started listening, I was already thinking of writing a review saying, "It's a bit slower than your other pieces," before it even buffered to the 00:35 point. XD

It was a really great blend of Orchestral and Techno. I heard a lot of that kind of hybrid a while back, when I was listening to the Ratchet & Clank soundtrack. Where do you get your orchestral samples?
Very melodic, also.

I quite liked it after the 2 minute point, actually, where it all went quiet for the string solo. It really had a lot of diversity throughout, which contributed greatly to its epicness. I don't care how much time you spent on it; it wasn't wasted!

I've never really tried to master my music either, because I tend to tweak everything to my desired volume as I make it, so I can't really tell that you've mastered this, never having heard comparisons between "mastered" and "unmastered".
You did a great job of it nevertheless, I must say... again. =/

Keep up the good work! :D

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Waterflame responds:

haha yeah the intro was supposed to trick you, sorta. so you get that element of awesome suprise. my orchestral samples are from a free soundfont called the squidfont. thank you so much! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


though its similar to glorious morning

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Waterflame responds:

thanks! hm.. yeah well its my style, cant help it XD