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Date
06/23/2005
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Loop
849.5 KB
36 sec
Score
4.13 / 5.00

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Electronic - Drum N Bass
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Author Comments

Thought I'd try some DnB. Lots of D and then a bit of B as well.

Reviews


Psychojester53Psychojester53

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 9, 2007

Meh, =P

Not bad, I likes. But its kinda weird.



DvidDvid

Rated 2 / 5 stars August 18, 2007

Omg

I know ur trying
But:
1. the most of them are standard reason samples
2. It sounds too full
3. It's not really DnB more like metaldrums electronized

Ur going the right way but keep trying


SWiTCH responds:

I didn't set out to make a DnB song, that's just what it sounded like to me when I was finished.
But what do I know about electronic music?
(nothing)

The premade samples in this song are the drum loop that lasts for 3 seconds in the intro, the turntable scratching sound effect, and the crickets chirping.
Looking back I wish I hadn't used them, but no biggie.


Ski-PacSki-Pac

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 25, 2006

Fuck yes

Sweet, headbanging music ftw



chickenlordchickenlord

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 18, 2005

*insert spit noise here*

totally badass man.



Millakilla1985Millakilla1985

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 27, 2005

Great!

Loved it!

Many of your submissions have piano where it shouldn't be, but this uses the piano in such a way as to accent the pause. It made me laugh, actually, because it seemed almost humorous to me used in the context it was.

Also, this song kinda ran fast, which was great, but when you changed the rhythm (or beat, or segment, whatever the hell you want to call it) so that it speeds up in the beginning, I got lost, and had to re-orient myself to the "new song" part of it. I'd suggest making a seperate piece out of the beginning, keeping it in its original context. That way, if you remake the "post-beginning," you can take it a lot farther and longer.

BUT-

You're the music maker. Not me. Just suggestions.

Keep up the good work! I hope to see you up there with Paragon9X!

-Nick