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Digital Disaster (Dubstep)

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Uploaded
Apr 28, 2010 | 6:25 AM EDT
File Info
Song
6.1 MB
4 min 28 sec
Score
4.12 / 5.00

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Rated 4.12 / 5 stars
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1,079 Plays | 66 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Drum N Bass
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Author Comments

Final version with full length ! Uploaded it on 190Kbs , if you want a full 320 download, check my soundcloud .

Soundcloud : http://www.soundcloud.com /reignex

Enjoy some filth !

Reviews


NikolaosTheDarkNikolaosTheDark

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I realize that you had filth in mind...

...but the filth is so driven that it almost sounds apart from the percussion, if you know what I mean. See about lowering some of those mid-to-high frequencies to see if it sounds any better.

4/5. Do not, by any means, stop making dubstep. Newgrounds could use some more dubheads.



rashredrashred

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

i dont like it.

period.



mr-jazzmanmr-jazzman

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A little bit repetitive, but pretty good

I love the motifs here, and I also like how you followed the dubstep formula. Nice use of clips from Agent Smith, it sent a chill down my spine, remember the matrix. I would say, believe it or not (although I'm listening to this through my bass-biased headphones), that that bass could use a little more grime on it. I think the way you could do that is switching up the register that bass sits in (i.e., let it hit the current register, then take it down an octave for a second, giving your bass a little more character). It could use just a slight more bass register in my opinion, but it's still pretty good. The drums are rather divine, I just wish they woulda picked up somewhere, because the song got too repetitive at points. I'm also very intrigued by that slowing-down-scratching noise you make (such as at about 3:47 to 3:48). Any pointers on how to create it? I'd like to learn any tricks of the trade. You don't have to tell me here; just PM me for secrecy...if you feel like telling me, that is lol.


Reignee responds:

Cheers for the feedback ! I'll try that about the bass, I think I did it with one of my basses, but kinda forgot about the other. to keep things short I'll send you a PM about the slowing down thing ;)