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Clayface & Nexus- Rise of Kohc

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Uploaded
Oct 19, 2009 | 2:41 AM EDT
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3.6 MB
3 min 58 sec
Score
4.31 / 5.00

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Rated 4.31 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
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Author Comments

Yo, COLLABORATIONXORZZZ UP IN HERE BEEEEEEEEEEEEETCHES.

Rise of kohc.

Nexus
Clayface

Wootsauce.

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ApproachingNirvanaApproachingNirvana

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice!

Nice intro you have there. I like the piano with tempo changes. I also liked the glitch, but it felt a bit odd when the transition came in. Might wanna smooth the transition by maybe adding something like echos of the glitch parts or maybe a filter and volume automation in under the other piano part. That's just me nitpicking tho.

I like the verse when it gets going. Good composition and melody, but it feels a tad empty. Maybe some good counter melodies would complete the feel. This song also feels like it has space for vocals, so that could be a direction to go as well. With Vox or a counter melody, look into panning the lead R or L and having the counter-melody panned opposite. That could open room for some more synths.

Being nitpicky again, the synths sound a bit generic. Try adding in some sweet FX or using some different waves in your sound generator. It sounds really good, but the synths just sound similar to everything else. Nonetheless, it's still really awesome and enjoyable :P. The bridge/lull sounds awesome but it felt like the buildup/glitch should start sooner or the bridge should be shorter. That being said, I felt like the song should go back into another chorus before ending.

As for the mixing, I can't say too much, because I'm on crap headphones right now, but it sounds good and pretty tight. Nothing too muddy and everything's pretty clear. Only thing I could complain is that the bass doesn't have the same intensity as the. I expected it to be louder, that may just be me (or my crapsauce headphones). It could be mastered a bit better, but that's definitely nitpicking again :D.

All in all, sweet track! Would love to see MOAR of this! Great collab guys!

Laters.


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N3XUZN3XUZ

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yeah, nice summary dickface

Basically, all parts with piano were made by me, the middle bit is Clay's. Kbai.