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3.4 MB
3 min 1 sec
4.65 / 5.00

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Rated 4.65 / 5 stars
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I never got to finish the track due to hard drive crash =( Maybe I'll remake in the future



Rated 4 / 5 stars July 6, 2012

im thinking abount downloading this song


Rated 5 / 5 stars June 23, 2012

The best I found so far on this page! :) Awsome atmosphere!


Rated 5 / 5 stars June 29, 2011


Beautiful song :')


Rated 4 / 5 stars March 11, 2011


Liking the piano, nice and powerful. Can I ask what soundfonts/vsts you're using for that? i'm on the never-ending quest for the perfect digital piano. Lol.

I feel like the hi-hats were kind of distracting. The panning effect is cool, I even do it alot, but 100% is a bit extreme. Maybe go for 60-70%. it'd stick out less.

Also I think your drums need some variation. It's a cool pattern, but after 3
minutes of relatively the same thing, it gets kind of boring :P The segment at 2:00 is a great opportunity to try something new.

1:22 was kind of unexpected. Actually i'm noticing this alot. You don't really have any transitions, so much as all your elements of the song just 'happening'. Try having at least a small build up before each section. A drum fill, reverse high-hat, a pause in the drums for like a measure.-(example in my song Argue Semantics)
There's a million ways to make transitions flow more smoothly.

Getting picky here- the pad with the phaser at :36ish feels like should be a little bit more stero. Try panning individual notes in the chord, lowest to highest across the speakers. Does wonders to fill out you song and also makes the overall sound more interesting.

Last thing, the bass was kind of quiet in comparison to the rest of the song. I know mixing for dubstep is kind of hard, because you don't want the bass to be overpowering, but give it just a little bit more :)

Anyway, don't get me wrong, I really like the material here, I just try to give constructive criticism. Always more helpful than the "I liked it"s. Just ... try to take the advice with a grain of salt; after all it IS your song. This is just what i'd do :P. Keep it up, I like where you're headed.


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Rated 4 / 5 stars March 3, 2011

Great WIP!

I really liked it, and the wobble you brought in sounded great!

I didn't like the change at 1:36, it was a bit abrupt. . .
Instead of going straight to that, why not mix the wobble in with the first piano melody, and then progress to that change, it would be smoother and would add some filler time.

JK XD but its usually a good idea to build onto your main theme before changing it up.

Great work so far, looking forward to a completed version!


(Check out my stuff sometime, if it ever gets approved :P, guess that's part of being new. . .)

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joemamabeach responds:

You are right about 1:36 didn't notice it at first. Will adjust. Thank you!