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Date
04/21/2010
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Song
3.5 MB
3 min 48 sec
Score
4.42 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Well, it's been a few weeks but I'm back! :)

I've been super busy learning Propellerheads' new software, Record, and how to get the most out of it. Ended up having to go out and buy a new computer just so I could use it. :P My shitty lil' laptop couldn't run the damn thing. Lol. :D

Anyways, I've been eagerly lapping up everything regarding Record and how to translate my Reason knowledge into Record and it's been quite succesful. It was a bit of a struggle at first as it just seemed like there was -so- much more to know, but I'm starting to get the hang of it.

I would -absolutely- recommend Record+Reason to anyone out there. If you just want to play or if you're a serious professional musician, this combo is superb.

As usual, please rate / review / enjoy!

Reviews


tdogmastertdogmaster

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 15, 2010

Awesomness Man

This tune is badass man. To be honest its making me want to get back into making music again. Hopefully I still have what it takes after all these years. Anyways, keep up the good work.


durn responds:

:) thanks tdog. Get back into it, man! :D


JCash-444JCash-444

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 13, 2010

Very good

Again proving that you are one of the best musicians on this site, you managed to make this whole thing constantly changing while maintaining a similar feel for 4 minutes!


durn responds:

:) Thanks JCash. Had a lotta fun messing around with automation as a means of maintaining interest for this one. Really tried to keep the amount of melodies I used minimal and just changed up which synth they were on and what frequency range they were jamming in.


aboy200aboy200

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 13, 2010

I'm amused

I'm amused that you still suprise me with your work. Everytime you upload something it's great. I don't know how you do it ,but keep up te good work ^_^


durn responds:

I guess it's cause I don't try to stick to any specific genre. Tutorials will tell you to listen to your favourite songs and break down how they do what they did... but then aren't you just making someone else's music? There's much to be learned from listening to your ears but more to be learned from listening to your heart. :)


ethereal-monkethereal-monk

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 3, 2010

Sweet

I really like the beginning and ending portions of the song, simple but interesting enough for progressive type music. The beginning almost reminded me of the song of storms from Zelda.

As for the mid portion of the song, I really feel like it needed a snazzier melody or great new chorus to tie the song together and keep people's ears interested and in awe. Right now the sounds you have would work well for a transition but aren't really strong enough to hold up a large section and be repeated.

Overall you have a very clean sound, so well done and understand I am being really picky and I am listening on pretty bad speakers. I'm excited for all the new sounds you will be making in the future. I appreciated the message about the song and applaud you for making music period. I really want to start actually learning this stuff and hopefully will in the near future. Maybe t that point I could be graced with a review from you haha.

Cheers, EtherealMonk

8/10 to leave room for growth ;)


durn responds:

I can hear how you think the beginning melody's Zelda-esque, have played pretty much all of em and always enjoyed the soundtracks to em. :)

Middle part missing something? hmm, some people've felt the same. I prolly coulda complemented the lead synth with a nice electro pop or something. Definitely somethin' to think about. :)

Thanks for leavin' me room to grow, monk. ;) Get workin' on your own tunes so I can blast em! :D


The-Truth-SeekerThe-Truth-Seeker

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 2, 2010

Very Nice.

Clean, with plenty of "feel-good". I may very well consider using this sometime in the future.


durn responds:

Glad ya liked it, T-T-S. :) Thanks for the review -- would love to see what you use it in.