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Date
01/03/2011
File Info
Loop
2.6 MB
1 min 8 sec
Score
3.51 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.51 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
368 Plays | 29 Downloads
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Classic Rock
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Author Comments

This one came about by itself with very little forethought, and it grew into video game trailer/cutscene/credit music.

Reviews


ShatterTheSky22ShatterTheSky22

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loved it

The instruments compliment each other well, and I think your percussion has a particularly cool sound. Not much to criticize, except might have lowered some of the other instruments slightly when the heavy guitarwork came in to emphasize it more. Very cool song.

[TSR Audio]


cfx responds:

Shatter,

Thanks for taking the time to write. Re-balancing the tune to shift focus is a good idea. Normally my mixes and balance aren't that great to begin with, but "Input Batteries" is one of my most recent attempts as of this writing. I'll keep this sort of thing in mind!

Thanks for listening!
~cfx


djSmashindjSmashin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good

So, thats a deserved 10. Amazing quality, great smooth combinations. Bit repetative, but I dont really mind actually. Beat was somewhat simple, what dissapointed me a little. There wasnt a real 'wow-moment' the whole song. Am talking about a somewhat louder beat. You got the melodies here, great instruments, only thing you need is louder beats what you can make a refrein with. But am sure you can do that.


cfx responds:

Very nice! The top marks mean a lot to me.

Certainly I do agree with the repetition concern, and it's one I noticed it early-on while composing. I broke up the tune to compensate, but one of my biggest sins right now is the habit of triggering loops and then refusing to do anything with them except let them play. I am working on the self-discipline to give all parts of a song equal love and care, like the percussion you mentioned.

I would totally call the steady emotional level background music for a trailer or cutscene, without too much going on, just letting this groove-on in the background.

The encouragement is well-taken, thank you. I will be sure to address some of these concerns when releasing future tracks!

Best,
~cfx