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Credits & Info

Apr 14, 2011 | 7:21 PM EDT
File Info
12.7 MB
5 min 33 sec
4.00 / 5.00

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Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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1,050 Plays | 81 Downloads
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Electronic - Dubstep

Author Comments

Alrighty Newgrounds...


And it's for a competition! What was once "Inae" is now "Wasted Recess Lighting", a name that makes no sense for a very chill dubstep song. Yeah, it get's a bit intense, but there isn't any real dirty basslines or anything. Dubstep isn't just dirty basslines and shit, it's a lot of other pretty awesome material.

So enjoy and review and rate and all of those fun things kids!

-Kw with <3



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Catchy as shit, once again

You seem to have a kind of ambient dubstep. Very unique, very creative keep it up.

Kaizerwolf responds:

Tyler called it Downstep. :P
Thanks dude.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


You SOOO got your melody from B0UNC3 don't even lie... lol, regardless it's still pretty good, I think the trebles overpower however... Like... really quite a lot. Its starting to hurt...

But The idea is good!

Kaizerwolf responds:

Lies. The melody was written by myself, somewhere around 2 in the morning as I recall. I didn't want an overpowering bass, you know? I wanted to make dubstep out of the norm, where it wasn't based completely on wobbles.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I like what you're doing here. Mastering is a bit sad though: the (sub)bass is pushing away everything else. I find 1:00-3:00 a bit too repetitive. And the transition to almost nothing at 2:45 a bit too random. The melodies begin to be really repetitive around 4 minutes, but I like it when you're making it distord and strange and stuff at around 4:30 and I really like the last synth.

The song has a sort of dance melody and it could've been a dance song if you'd've put dance drums and bass on it. But I really like it more this way, so good job with that, it's quite original too.

5/5, 8/10

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Kaizerwolf responds:

Thanks. Dubstep doesnt have to be super wobble make-your-sub-shit-itself basslines. :P