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Iron God: Sakupen Hell Yes RMX

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Date
09/06/2010
File Info
Song
6.4 MB
4 min 2 sec
Score
4.37 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.37 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

This is a warning: This song is not intended for the impatient listener! I designed this song around Sakupen's epic masterpiece music video (and winner of Robot Day 2010), "Titanomachina," so the progression is exactly in the same vein. The song was made to perfectly synchronize with the motions of the video...and it does. So, if this song seems to take "forever" to catch your attention, this is why, and there is nothing I can really do nor say to sway you. (I'm not apologizing, because the song accomplishes its task perfectly! >=D) I should also note that this is a remix of the song that Sakupen made for "Titanomachina" ("Hell Yes"), so I encourage you to listen to the original as well.

To my knowledge, this is one of the only drumstep songs on Newgrounds. While I was very nervous about putting this one up for free download (I'm trying to break out of the free music scene and finally start producing an album for those who are interested), I finally caved in and decided to allow it. I hope y'all enjoy! =D If you have any suggestions, just lemme know. Right now I'm working on getting that compression right, so if there's some incongruency in the sound, I will take your word into consideration.

In the mean time, enjoy one of my latest tracks!

-Jazzman

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EDIT: I TOTALLY forgot...please listen to this along WITH Sakupen's music video! The progression of the song only makes more sense if you do this! =D

Reviews


Qman20Qman20

Rated 5 / 5 stars

amazing

around the two minute part, that call-and answer part...it just really makes it pop , and adds some varitity into an somewhat repitive peice, but it's still awesome, so you still get a ten....by the way, what setting did you use for your reverb?


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mr-jazzman responds:

Thanks man, glad you liked it! =D Well...I honestly can't remember the reverb setting, I'll have to get back to you on that.


ShmiShmi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

HO-LY SHIT!

i..........am......speechless


mr-jazzman responds:

No words needed my friend, thanks for the review!


YuzuzukiYuzuzuki

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Goddamn! Amazing!

This was.. I can't explain it. It's really a orgasm in the ears... Wow.. This could get in MTV.



CabinetCarcassCabinetCarcass

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Win, win, oh and did i mention win?"

<3 how it sounds dirty yet crystal clear at the same time ^.^


mr-jazzman responds:

Yezzir, I'm tryin to win! I'm thinking about possibly changing some things for the video too, just a few things that might cause a little more dynamic contrast. Glad you liked the mastering job on this one! =)


Hellian00Hellian00

Rated 5 / 5 stars

DRUMSTEP

Personally, I fucking love Drumstep (Halftime DnB), and am glad to see its worked its way to NewGrounds. And it's a badass song. It has all of the good characteristics of both genres, including the slop and grime of Dubstep and the high-energy high-emotion feel of DnB.


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mr-jazzman responds:

Glad to find another fan of drumstep here on NG! =D Yeah, I almost feel like I should clarify it as "halftime DnB," but it has enough elements from dubstep to label it so. Thanks for the review man, glad you liked it!