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Cavity V2 (ft. Sfapil2)

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Credits & Info

Date
06/26/2009
File Info
Song
4.9 MB
2 min 40 sec
Score
3.92 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.92 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
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Author Comments

Cavity V1 was made by Sfapil2 he sent me the project file and i modified it into Cavity V2. of course this was totally a collaborative effort. we put about equal influence into the song. i think it turned out okay and sounds pretty cool. this must be the best collab i have done so far.

we actually made this song to show each other what we knew about fl studio.

VSTi's used:

3xosc
Sytrus
reFX Nexus
SliceX
Toxic biohazard
that bassline one which i can never remember (it has a T and a 4 in it lol)

It makes a change from my usual songs because of the different styles involved. BUT OVERALL I WOULD SAY THIS IS TECHNO!

Audio-warfare!

Reviews


simonocsimonoc

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 13, 2009

Gorgeous

I love how this piece builds up into a solid beat with a gorgeous melody drifting across the top. I could easy see this on a CD complication and I just wish there was more of it. It is a wonderful beginning but really needs to be more. An amazing effort, please lets have more!


georgem124 responds:

im actually in the process of making an album now... this is track 06, the album will be released on amazon.com (as a disc) itunes (mp3s) various other programs like itunes. this includes amie street limewire etc...

lol i may make more techno like this then haha

<-GM124->


NessbeatsfoxNessbeatsfox

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 26, 2009

Very relaxing

Very calm and relaxing. Maybe a little repetitive? Overall, a great song!


georgem124 responds:

its designed to be repetitive, cavity V1 was a very minimalist piece, i took that aspect away from it and invited in a nice trancey feel to the song.