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Date
02/26/2011
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Song
12.5 MB
6 min 50 sec
Score
4.40 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Avizura - Alpha Requiem [138BPM]

Please add me to your favorite audio-users! =) I promise I will make lots of other great tracks.

This is the full version of my "Requiem" track (on my pokerockmario account) and the second track in the Alpha series.
I worked 3 months on this, and then I took a long break, but yesterday I finished the track.
I made this in FLStudio 9.0, Reason 5.0 and Cubase 5.

Enjoy! Turn the volume up!
~Avizura

[special credits:]
-Thanks to "Edirol", "Native Instruments", "Vanguard" and more!
-Inspired by many Trance tracks
-All the synths are made by me

Reviews


tweerocktweerock

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 26, 2011

3 DAWs?

Very nice track. I'm getting more and more into techno and trance music, and I can finally see that this is a good song. 3 months is impressive, but the use of 3 DAWs just astounds me.

Mixing is nice. Rhythmically, it needs a tad more. The problem with many techno artists is the 4/4 kick drum thing, which can be cool, but is very overused. Also look into different time signatures. 3/4 is 'waltz time', but put in some synths and you have some very fruity beats. 7/8 is a very syncopated signature, designed to push sound forward more than normal.

On a final note, this is a swell production. I just have two questions for you:
Is it better to save up for Cubase 6, or FL Studio 9? and Does Cubase support automation tracks?

Thanks, and good work!


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Avizura responds:

Oh thanks tweerock!

I used FLStudio to compose it, but I think it's better to save up for Cubase 6.
Cubase is one of the most powerful programs there is and it's easy to use.
And yes, it supports Automation tracks, almost every famous artist is using Cubase.

Yeah, most Trance is 1 kick on every beat, to make it really dance-able, but I have to agree that it's overused :P

So, thanks Tweerock! and succes! =]

~2DPolygon