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Jan 14, 2006 | 11:45 PM EST
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Song
3.2 MB
3 min 28 sec
Score
3.97 / 5.00

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Rated 3.97 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Trance
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A little diddy I like to call it A time will come [Pt. 2]. You know what to do!

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The-XIThe-XI

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I know what to do?

Hmm... well... maybe.

I like how heavy the bass synth is in the beginning. I just realized that you are screwing around with the filter frequency. I think you shouldn't have just stopped it after the big crash intro though(needs better compression and volume control, btw) and I believe if you kept it going with a slight beat instead of a major one, like a break beat or drum percs, then the song would ahve much more of a flow, instead of constant ambience. I like to hear lots of breaks and drops as much as the next person, but I also like flow. That is probably the only thing(other than compression) that you need to work on.

Good work.

Good work.


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LaymanLove responds:

Ya, looking back on this track, I recognize a LOT of technical recording mistakes. To be honest, it's not even very interesting in the first place.

I can say that I have recently become more thorough in my Dynamics and EQing...hope it's for the better.

Thanks for the review,
LL


SeypkaSeypka

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice.

Cool tune man! Did u do those little guitar licks yourself? the melody was composed well, nice thinking. At first it's piano and melds nicely with what sounds to be a guitar. I can also hear a wah being used. Anyway I don't listen to much trance but I really enjoyed it because of the well composure, and that guitar or "guitar effect" which sounds Cool. I was thinking it would go great with a hormoney along with it, once it builds. great Job!

by the way, I have a couple of more ambient tunes u might like. check it out. later


LaymanLove responds:

There's guitar in there! Whaaa? That fucker sneeks in and records itself everytime! haha, nah everything is synth-related in this one. Thx for the review!


KirizzleKirizzle

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another sexy track by... you!

This really caught me off guard, I really expected it to sorta pick up from where Part 1 left off but instead it was in a completely different genre! I didn't notice it was in trance section until I listened to it and thought "whoaaa..." and so is this really Part 2 or just a remix of the first? I dunno, still good though :D it would be interesting if you kept up with the ATWC series and did like a remix of the original in every genre! Gasp! You'll be like Isaac Asimov except with music! (I believe it's the only author who has written a book in every dewey-decimal category.) If you did do it you'd probably be the first one too, because who the hell submits in the bluegrass section anyway? (Lol, Denvish literally owns half of the bluegrass section, nevermind.)

I enjoyed it, it was excellently composed and structured just as the rest as your tracks. It was also a good spin on things, since most of your ambient-ish-like tracks have a subtle and eerie feel to them but unlike this one when the synths kick in full blast it's really upfront and in your face... like a punch or something, but a good one since that is what trance is suppose to be, so you hit your target you were aiming for. I liked the background vocals you had going on every now and then through-out the song and the phaser you pulled on the plucked strings somewhere was also a nice touch.

Most definitely a good job, this get's a 5 from me and I'll be keeping my eyes on YOUR audio page.

P.S. I replied to your reviews on some of my tracks, just to let ya know.


LaymanLove responds:

Ya, I've been itching to do a real power-trance track. I got the idea to make a part two while I was working on part one--I was playing around with a riff towards the end of part 1 and then end product sounded like something from a trance song. So what ended up being the bass riff for part 2 is actually in part one, it just carries over...That's how they connect. Thanks for the review man

LL