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p4c - Trial and Error (Loop)

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Uploaded
Dec 31, 2010 | 2:36 AM EST
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Loop
821.4 KB
30 sec
Score
3.84 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.84 / 5 stars
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663 Plays | 38 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - House
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Author Comments

I made this over the last two days, and so far I like it ;) I'll be fleshing this out into a full track.

Reviews


DecibelDecibel

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You're Back? :P

First of all, Welcome back to the audio community, Haven't seen you in a while, glad to see you're back =)

Anyway Technical Stuff :

Overall, It's a nice loop, it loops almost perfectly apart from that little bit of static-ish sound at the end. The main synth is Ok, it just needs a bit of tweaking, and needs to be slightly louder. And the bells here and there were a nice touch, Good Job^^
The Percussion was very nice, sounded deadmau5-y, which n other words, is professional generic :P
Another Problem was that I found the melodic elemnts slightly random, You could have made a sustained string chord in the background and used another synth to make a full melody..
9/10
5/5
Definitely something worth working on.

[deciBel]


p4c responds:

yup, here i am! i've been really busy with school and stuff, but im scraping time here and there.

the looping was just a way to present this wip, so im not at all concerned about that :)

i agree with the percussion point. a lot. im trying to find ways to distinguish the style from other proghouse performers, but its tough ;) my more extreme ideas sometimes sound okay, but they never feel as polished. i have a lot of stems now of tracks that are sonically out there, but i always run into walls on how to effectively develop and refine them. ill work on it!

the melodic elements are not regularly timed, this is true. i think that the issue is that there isn't a lot of details to make the listener able to detect the meter easily. perhaps a more sophisticated percussive line or other instruments that play at regular intervals would help.

thanks for the feedback!


TTLICTTLIC

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like it!

So far, that is. Needs some bass, maybe a little bit more to the beat as it goes along? I'm sure you'll figure something out considering this is your second day working on it.

Good luck. <:


p4c responds:

yeah, for sure. everything is stripped to barebones right now--expect to see some pretty cool stuff coming out of this :)