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Date
03/19/2011
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Song
6.2 MB
4 min 33 sec
Score
4.47 / 5.00

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Author Comments

It may take a bit to start up, but this is how bass-drops SHOULD be done (and I mean the buildup/slam type effect...). Not a single person that's heard it (of my friends, I mean) hasn't enjoyed it. (And the second drop manages to be better than the first. skip to 2:40 to hear it if ur into skipping it). If not, please listen to the whole thing before reviewing.

The bassline itself Im sure needs some work, but the drop is amazing. The piano was done by me on my MIDI keyboard.

(Check me out on youtube under DJRGProductions :3)

Reviews


imolate2imolate2

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This was good

I do agree with bobbys1015, the piano was amazing. I don't think your drop was anti-climactic, in fact I think i worked really well. The one thing I felt this song was lacking was a variation of the bass tone, your warp and worbles could use a bit of variation also maybe trying to sync the feel of the base with the mood you already set up with the piano. When I first listened to the piano I was very chilled and was enjoying the mood, though your bass breaks that mood. Personally it felt a little out of place a more slow warp sound would have suited and fitted the piano much more. A song should be consistent in the feeling it gives your listener in my opinion, but hey I am not all that good at making music my self I have just listened to it my whole life.


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soulblud responds:

Yeah. It wa my 3rd attempt and I'm STILL even now trying to get the hang of dubstep. I'm no good at electro and rawr basses, the only exception being Virtuism (which even now is still getting voted down, while it's only at 4.06 or something. It was in the top on dubstep for a while... damn trolls)


MrExotic16MrExotic16

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Equasion of intencity

30 seconds- lovely
1:05- MIND EXPLOSION
2:25- Calming back down
2:55- Back to EXPLOSION

In all realness i loved it!


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soulblud responds:

Oh sun-AP! Things be gettin' mathematical up in this bitch! Wait... that's no equation :(.

Thanks for liking it regardless.


KatzammitKatzammit

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pro

good song


soulblud responds:

Thanks :)


bobbys1015bobbys1015

Rated 3 / 5 stars

The piano made the song...

The drop to me was anti-climactic... I was expecting alot more when reading your comments. the bass didn't have enough variation ( not in beat but in... i guess pitch.. )
it got a bit repetitive.

The piano was amazing :). Every part with the piano i loved.

Keep up the good work. Sounds like potential.


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soulblud responds:

Well, at least it's some actual criticism.


Xtraction59Xtraction59

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Drop it!

watching the visualizer of simplewave to this song is crazy sick when the bass drops. good job!


soulblud responds:

Hooray for visual flair that is actually synced with the music!!! :D