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7.8 MB
3 min 25 sec
4.40 / 5.00

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My unique take on dubstep. Not really much emphasis on the wobbles, but that is intended. I wanted to focus more on melody and orchestral elements. I spent much of my time with the melodies of course, but a lot of time was also spent organizing/mastering. Percussion, instruments, EQing, and getting all the frequencies to be where they need to be (among other things too). Hope you enjoy.




Rated 5 / 5 stars

sweet track

i love all the little random crazy techno licks.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

are you geting calm in you old age :P

yeah i know i siad keep it clam in on e of my other rw but wow this is grim
i mean come on man this is really on the grim side EXICUTOIN MUCH (excuse the spelling) but this has a sequle

oh and eventhough it it is its still pretty damn good

yeah im yonger than you so i can make jokes like that XD

dj-Nate responds:

You better be trollin' me right now. >=[


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is pretty sweet

i love this style of dubstep thats not always in your face, and yours is amazing. Goodluck challenging the king at his own game, and you know..if you must make more dubstep, because you will be the new king! :D

dj-Nate responds:

Thanks man. We'll see how the competition goes.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Im loving the instraments, and how you mixed orchestral instruments with synths and such. Great work on this one.

dj-Nate responds:



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Solid mix & Ace melodies.

Loving this man. Major props on the production, crystal clear. Way beyond anything I'm capable of. Liking the way it layers together and the pressure you've generated with the drums and the way they interact with the higher-register parts.

Cool beans.

dj-Nate responds:

Thanks! Went through the song like 6 different times, each time adding a new layer or editing something.