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[DjBjra] - The Great Esca

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Oct 8, 2010 | 10:35 PM EDT
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6.6 MB
2 min 52 sec
4.43 / 5.00

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Rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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The Great Escape

Remastered version under my new alias here:



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Keep up the great work!

Do more like this, what a masterpiece!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice!

It is a great song for a high intensity scene in a video game! I love the beat and everything! I enjoyed it very much. :) 5/5 10/10.

Well done sir! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I would have to say it sounds more at home with a Megaman X game. The song has a superb sound though.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Loving that VG sound!

Superb. This has such a classic Video-Game type sound, and the instant I hear it I'm swept away into the middle of some sonic game. That, topped off by some excellent production, catchy melodies and some cool drums make this a considerably tough song for dj-Jo to beat.

The intro to the song was quite joyous, that is, until 0:26 when the action really starts, and at this point I'm taken by surprise. This does sound quite a lot like a great escape, so it does its title justice. The melody that follows is catchy and rememberable, and the percussion sounds just the right volume and fits very well with the whole video game atmosphere. I've noticed the bass you have going. Sounds right at home in this track. The little variation you added at 1:19 was a nice touch (piano fit better than I thought), and the overall transitions were executed smoothly.

If I had to complain about anything, it'd be the lack of a noticeable climax. I would've really liked to hear a more powerful part at 1:58 with an epic transition. Give me something to remember. Sure, not many Video Game songs make use of a climax, but as a stand-alone song,
I think this would benefit from an epic climax at the end. Also, the snare sounds a tad bit flat.

Well what can I say? This is a very impressive track. You've got that nostalgic video-game sound, the track is catchy and the production is, as expected, brilliant. Just work on adding that climax! Oh and the snare.

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Note: This is your Round 3 review of the NGADM competition.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


This blew me back off my seat. Its pure wow. From start to finish, i can honestly say that this song is one of the best i've heard from you. Introduction was instantly great, fast paced and energetic. From then on the song barely stopped to take breath, and went on on wile rollercoaster ride to the very end. Instrument quality was great, and every singly instrument and melody seemed to blend in together to form a greater and better whole. Transitions throughout the piece were as smooth as ice, and as a result the flow of the music was a constant stream of musical quality. I particularly liked the main instrument, as well as the bass line that was playing behind it, as these two seemed to mix in together really well. As for originality, the variety throughout the piece is fantastic, i can't say there was an instant when i got bored or wished that the song was over, on the contrary, i simply wanted it to go on and on. Drums too were superb, although they could have used a slight bit more variety on this part. Other than that, i can say that this song is very close to pure perfection.

Intro = 2/2
Outro = 2/2
Blend = 2/2
Transitions = 3/3
Bass = 2/2
Originality = 3/3
Drums = 1/2
Melodies = 4/4
Score = 18/20 = 9.5/10

Note: This is your review from the NGADM Round 1 and as always im posting it here for your convenience.


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