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Date
06/06/2009
File Info
Song
1.9 MB
1 min 23 sec
Score
3.77 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.77 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - House
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Author Comments

Guess who's back with a brand new track?

I haven't submitted for a while, but I'm back, sort of. I bring you a WIP of a track I'm working on atm. Not mixed yet, but it's a little preview for you guys to know what you can be expecting to come from me. I improved a lot in the time I didn't submit, and I wanted to know what you guys think, so drop me a line!

-RES

PS : if you are Dutch, you should try and translate the title literally.

Reviews


FroFro

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not too bad

Seems to me like a generic song. Doesn't sound bad at all though. Just very simple, not really too interesting to listen to, etc..

I was going to say that I felt this was a bit short, but I see now that it's a demo. It does feel very unfinished. Not only because it ends rather soon, but also because it just seems kind of empty to me. Perhaps the full version will change it up a bit and make the song a bit better. I'll have to listen in then.

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NekoMikaNekoMika

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Very basic beat

The background beat overall never really changed, the way the bass just starts to pick itself up and into the backbeat sounds pretty awesome. What was that reverse sound you kept you using because it creeped me out a little bit from the sound of it.

The flow of all the tracks mixing it all in together and having it be short sounds nice, add a cut off spot and make it loop properly and the beat could have gone on for a very nice long time.

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SCTE3


Swerve responds:

It is a little demo of what is to come, the full version will have a lot more variation both beat and melody wise. Thanks for your review.


CarfCarf

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Het Sleutelhout/de hout sleutel?

Hmmz I am not a wood expert so a key wood does not ring any bell to me, but what I can say is that the lead sounds luvely and I love how the bass c.c.comes in ;). Playing around with 8bit is always a +1 from me so...keep up the good work and drop me a PM when its finished ;).

Very interesting WIP


Swerve responds:

Thanks for your review man! Wood = bos, dus sleutelbos, hehe. I'm glad you liked it. I'll drop you a line when I'm done.


CoopCoop

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A little short

It's a nice sounding piece, but it is a little on the short side. I think that with a little working, you can certainly make this a very nice piece to listen to.

The beat is good, if a little quiet and the melody isn't really that much of a compliment to the beat. If you try to make it sound like a song, it might become more receptive to lyrics or vocal samples, which can certainly add to the tune's appeal.

[Review Request Club]


Swerve responds:

It is a little on the short side, that's true, but this is just a demo of what is to come. Thanks for your words though, I'll keep 'em in mind.


xKorexKore

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hey

I'm just gonna point out the bad stuff and how you can improve, but don't fear it is a good song,I'm sure you can hear what you think is good in it.

Ok so the first thing that hit me is the kick drum, it has a kind of annoying stereo ambience to it, you should try mono-ing it, kick drums should always be mono, or as mono as they can be because it is supposed to be the most powerful and punchy component, and coming out of both speakers (mono) is where it can be it's powerfullest. You could try using a low cut envelope on it if your sampler has that.

The hatline is quite empty, hats tend to fill out tracks, especially ride cymbals. You should expand the hats to flesh the track out to make it sound more full and completed. Using hats to complement the rhythm of the bassline or lead is a good idea aswell.

The synth that had the longer notes and was sidechained sounded very good and pumpy, I think you should sidechain the other synth aswell, the one that hits the small third notes, not much as to upset the clarity of it, but to give it a little more pumpiness that's more consistent with the other synths.

And just a tip for reptitiveness, as most house producers usually fall into. I heard a producer one time say that you must try and do something interesting or progress somewhere every 8 bars to keep the listener interested, this is what most producers should really strive for, however subtle this event or progression may be. Just something to take on board.

Thar you go, request filled :P


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Swerve responds:

Thank you very much for your quick response! :) I'll keep everything in mind. The track used to have a lot of hats and percussion, but sounded very cloggy, so I deleted a lot and yes, it is indeed a quite minimal hatline. I didn't add anything to the cymbal department after that, hence the sparseness.
And thanks for pointing the mono kick thing out, I would never have noticed.
We should talk to each other on MSN sometimes, if you would like to?

Thanks for reviewing.