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[dj-Jo] Battery Life

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Uploaded
Mar 9, 2010 | 7:23 AM EST
File Info
Song
4.8 MB
4 min 12 sec
Score
4.23 / 5.00

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Rated 4.23 / 5 stars
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1,997 Plays | 107 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
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Author Comments

Hello
This song kinda simulates a rechargeable battery or, robot lol

well
I couldn't think of a name so

E N J O Y

PS this is for the NGADM
Newgrounds Audio Death Match

Reviews


crimsonblade700crimsonblade700

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great sounds, amazing beat. Love it!



Dj-GSTDj-GST

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Damn

I really really enjoyed this man. I hardly ever give tens to anyone but this song really deserves it.

I have nothing to complain about, I enjoy your work, keep it up man!

-GST-

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dj-Jo responds:

lol Thanks dude

:D


AnimithAnimith

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Review Request Club

Really unique intro. I love the gaps in between the riffs for the first 20 seconds; they worked really well and there was enough reverb there for it to be really atmospheric. And then when the beat of the drum really starts to kick in you've got a really nice pace set up, which carries through even when the drum almost completely cuts out to let the new synth come into the foreground. The buildup of this in general is really excellent; all the levels work really well together and nothing's overpowering any of the other instruments. Which is always awesome to hear in an NG track.

You also manage to evade the feeling of repetition I'm sure I should have gotten because you change little things throughout so even if the synths been playing the same thing for a minute, it still feels fresh and upbeat; probably due to the pretty energetic pace as well as the little subtleties that are everywhere in this piece.

Love the change in synths/melody, as well. It leads into this whole new section which just has the feeling of builup throughout to the point where you're kind of anticipating the point at which everything will come back in; and such a point doesn't let you down at all. This is everything you'd want in a dance track, especially in a club scene; you've got the heavy beats for people to jump around to, as well as the softer bits where people can just sway and enjoy the music for what it is. Really, really nicely done.

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dj-Jo responds:

:)
thanks for the praise dude

Glad you enjoyed listening!


HaggardHaggard

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good song

I like the pace of the song. It's not too fast but fast enough to fit in fighting games and get the adrenaline of the player pumping.

I also like that the melodies and the drums work so well together. Sometimes I think the melodies should stand out a bit more, but overall the mixing is done pretty good.

Then I like the "quieter" part during the middle. It keeps the song from getting boring and also gives the listener a chance to catch some breath, heh.

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dj-Jo responds:

Thanks for the review Haggard!
Always helpful!

And yeah, I've been working on my mastering skills recently
and it really pays off!


FroFro

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

~ Review Request Club ~

I know people have said this over and over, but I also feel that one of your strong points in this song was the nice build up effect that you had. Listening to the first couple of moments almost made this sound like it wasn't going to be anything too great, but slowly and steadily it got better and better.

It picked up very nicely and had a nice fast pace to it. I listened to it a few times as I really enjoyed it. Perhaps some sort of vocals could have been thrown in there somewhere to make it a bit interesting?

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dj-Jo responds:

Yea maybe

Thanks for the suggest..
Cause I just got a new professional USB Blu Microphone
!!!! :D