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[S,J] Spectral [WIP]

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Dec 21, 2010 | 7:24 PM EST
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3.5 MB
1 min 33 sec
Score
3.84 / 5.00

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Rated 3.84 / 5 stars
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837 Plays | 52 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

Sidechaining!

This was just too much fun to make. I wanted to make a longer version of it, but at this time, I can't move any farther, nor do I want to release the full version for free ;3

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ConscriptVodkaConscriptVodka

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awsome..

That's the only word i can come up with to describe this! It sounds like you had a lot of fun making this, just like you said, and it really shows. If you wouldn't mind me asking, were can i get the full version, because, well, I love this song!


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NinjkabatNinjkabat

Rated 2 / 5 stars

All over the place

The song is too all over the place; it doesn't know when it wants to be. There's no real beat (I tried to pretend the bass beats were dotted quarters to no avail) and no meter. I even tried to count in fives, sixes and sevens, but couldn't find a rhythmic pattern.

Also, aside from the rhythmic apathy, there seems to be no real unifying theme or phrases that helps me to identify the song. The whole thing gives the impression of someone randomly pressing keys on an overdistorted Casio. Work on you composition before you worry about the levels of your tracks, but having a balanced song will help it to be more popular.

I could see this being used in some sort of acid-trip flash, but not really much else.


SmithCommaJohn responds:

The time signature is in 5/4, like Jealous One and Five Time Seven; it gets complex at times, but when you get a good blend in percussion, it sounds amazing.

As for the 'random' composition, it's more or less organized chaos. It has a particular key structure, and it has a point in everything.

I'm sorry you didn't enjoy it, but the good news is that I have more accessible songs available as well.