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ParagonX9 - Chaoz Airflow

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Date
06/11/2009
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Song
4.8 MB
4 min 14 sec
Score
4.41 / 5.00

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ParagonX9 - Chaoz Airflow (175 bpm)

I thought it was time for a new chaoz song, So here is Chaoz Airflow yay.
My second submission for '09. It has almost the same style as Chaoz fantasy,
so um CF fans should like this one aswell =] (atleast.. i hope XD)
Have fun!! =]

Reviews


Raven727Raven727

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 17, 2009

o my f... God!!!

Awensome you are SoNg MaStEr XD!



darthsilvious10darthsilvious10

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 17, 2009

awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

right now you and waterflame are tied for winning my full respect!!!!!!!!! but you are gainning the lead way to go champ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



dicenniandicennian

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 17, 2009

You did it again!

You TOTALLY did it again, another favorite for all of us, thanks paragon :)



Fierra-TranceFierra-Trance

Rated 3 / 5 stars June 17, 2009

Not too bad =)

I think one of the things that sets you apart from the other artists here is your ability to mix, master, and your instrumentation.
Without that though, I'm afraid you would not be worth too much.

I find that with this song you've been very generic. The drumbeat is very straight forward, and not very diverse, although drum'n bass nowadays tends to have a little more texture, more diversity, and variates a lot more.

I also find that your transitioning is very generic, general high pass filters, and pretty regular sounding use of decay and cut off points to automate your instruments.

One of my key bits of advice to you is to experiment some more:

Diversity/originality is hard to maintain when you follow the same way of creating the energetic feel to your song. I believe the way you do this is through 'hands up' kind of loops, melodies, what have you. Try experimenting a little bit more with different ways of creating energy, it doesn't need to be hands up, incredibly fast melodies all the way through.

I'm afraid that after hearing all these hands up melodies all over the place, my hands are tired, and they're down. I've listened to a lot and after a while, I crave something that isn't what I heard with a few different notes just a week ago.

I would love to hear more going on with the bass, more automation there, not necessarily the generic d'n b reeses you hear on every other track. Maybe something acidic? Maybe something with an interesting bit of automation/lead in.

Also, try working with atmospheric FX. Don't just select your VEC samples and add those in almost every 4 bars or so. Have some originality, edit them, and, I'm assuming you use FL, try working with some different FL FX to see what you can do. The breakdown was good with this, although I would've loved it to be a little less based on lots of sounds at once to create texture. I'd like to see some more 'thick' sounding synths to build that up, but there are many, many ways you could do that.

6/10 3/5 - Impressive track!

You have good potential, and don't let my review get you down, I just like for people with good potential to not fall into the generic trap.

I forgot the artists full Newgrounds name, but he's on Newgrounds. You will find him somewhere under DJNB/DJ Nosebleed. He writes very original, very interesting Drum'n Bass (Blood of God being his best track in my opinion) and I would love to hear more like that from you.

Good luck with future production =)

- Brittany (Fierra)


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TokrilTokril

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 17, 2009

Missing Something.

As the summary states, the song seems to be missing something that is key. The song is by far better than many people could create but not it's not what I expected from you. Great aria like interlude, but everything else seems so generic. Keep the focus and do your best, your music shows your effort.


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