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[dj-Jo] Histrionic Legend

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Oct 22, 2010 | 11:08 PM EDT
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4 MB
4 min 20 sec
4.37 / 5.00

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Rated 4.37 / 5 stars
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Don't have much time to type but heres a brief description...

This song is a remake from my really really really old songs, very much improved
inculdes 4 genres
Techno, DnB, Dubstep, Ambiance




Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Really really good.

Id almost say it was perfect, if not for the section in the middle which sounded a bit fake. Lets start off from the intro. Brilliant, nothing more i can say, and the fact that it provided such a great climax into the main section, only helped to serve its cause. Melodies, superb throughout, even if there was a part in the middle that really didnt seem to fit in with the rest of the song. Instruments are also very high quality, with a really good use of all samples. Drums are really good and gave the music a directional flow. Then that fakish section came in, and i can honestly say that it put me off. Even if it was over quickly, that section ruined that bit for me. Still, you moved on to a great outro, which was also really original in itself with a nice use of pads and such. Overall, great job on almost everything. Nice work!

Intro = 2/2
Outro = 2/2
Blend = 1.5/2
Transitions = 2.5/3
Bass = 1.5/2
Originality = 2.5/3
Drums = 2/2
Melodies = 3/4
Score = 17/20 = 8.5/10

Note: This is your review from the NGADM Round 2 and as always im posting it here for your convenience.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

One part bothered me, but it was still good!

Composition: The piano at the beginning is very nice, good melody you have going on there, then all of a sudden it built up into something of crazy awesome proportions. Sounds like you kept the same melody in that part as at the beginning. The parts after 1:30 the composition was fairly well done, despite the downsides to it (see below), then you hit the dubstep part, here I could tell that there was wobble in there, but I think that since you set that to a higher octave than the normal dubstep wobble pitch, it was kinda hard to tell it was there. Yeah there's not a single thing I can pinpoint that's out of place for the composition, well done!

Instrumentation: Can't complain, everything complemented everything else just fine... Up until the one part from 1:30 - 2:30 where the main seems kinda compressed and unsuiting for the part. Other than that, it's just really good.

Mastering: For a while during the first part, everything remained consistant, then around 1:52 it blared up, something about it just seemed very loud compared to the part before and past the 2:30 mark where you went dubstep style. Past that, it's fiarly consistant and suiting, just that one part that seems off from the rest.

Good work!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Non-sequitur Song

There are parts that are really cool - really good. But the 'song' is all over the place. You have to make sure there is a consistent direction the music is going.