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Date
04/25/2011
File Info
Song
9.6 MB
5 min 15 sec
Score
4.40 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.40 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
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Author Comments

I put some hard work in this one, I hope you like it!
The intro starts a bit sad and heavy, but it'll turn soon in happy hardcore/dance.
Rate, review, perhaps Fav/DL
And most of all, enjoy!

Reviews are much appreciated :D

Reviews


OcularNebulaOcularNebula

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 4, 2012

Pretty cool, fast paced. It does sound a lot like Dimrain's "Surface" - from the heavy industrial sounding intro to the main melody to the half-step-up-modulation toward the end. The fast arps are quite nice.

The 4-measure chord progression is perhaps a bit too short and generic, which usually isn't a big problem in dance music, but I'm mentioning it anyway.

Cutting tempo in half at the end was a great choice, but just a bit abrupt. I'm sort of a fan of the fade out at the end, but that's perhaps just because I use it myself... nevertheless, I think that's a good way to end a song, especially one of the dance genre.

Overall, pretty good composition!


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Indigorain responds:

Whoah, another review! Sweet!

First thing, yes, it was heavily inspired by the song, as you probably have read.
Secondly, I also agree, the progression is extremely generic, and it's indeed a bit too short, but of course the fact I used this was that it's so cheesy and catchey! :D
But I think we pretty much agree on that point :P
And about the end, it's quite abrupt indeed, now you mention, but I still think that that outro gave a final accent on that last melody, so I do really like the outro :D
So thanks a lot for another awesome review!


sKoPeZsKoPeZ

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 27, 2012

GREAT music.
I listen to it all the time. your awsome at making music!!!=)
What do you use to make these song?(can you include a link?)


Indigorain responds:

Thanks a lot for the kind words!
I think I already replied that to your PM you sent after this review. :]


lytzhadowlytzhadow

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 17, 2011

nice!

pretty good! uh but i was kinda wondering this sounds a bit like parkerman1700's song "surface" its different i know but they sound kinda the same and was just wonderin if this was inspired by it a bit =P

anyways its good not the best (might wanna turn down the high pitched sounds a bit) but keep makin good music! it can only get better with time! (hopefully XD)


Indigorain responds:

I think you mean surface by Dimrain47 :P
Yes, it was inspired by that one, along with "Red Carpet Extend-o-Matic" by Kyle Gaber, but that's just the intro.

Anyway, thanks for the criticism and the nice score man, it's appreciated! :D


DJ-BabokonDJ-Babokon

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 28, 2011

:O Jaw-dropping!

I love your melodies, especially the super-fast-non sensical ones. :) The guitar solo is awezomesauz! I would suggest a noisier clap but that's it. I'm gonna DJ this some time... ^_^ 10/10 5/5 Favorite Download!

-DJ Babokon


Indigorain responds:

Awesome, thanks man! :D
It's not a guitar by the way, it's just an overflanged synth :P
Anyway, thanks a bunch for the review man! :D


NeonSLNeonSL

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 3, 2011

Sounds like...

The very beginning sounds almost exactly like the beginning to another piece callled "red carpet extend-o-matic". Just wondering if you'd heard it. The rest is completely different, but don't worry about it, it's a pretty awesome piece itself.

Fav'd, had to...


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Indigorain responds:

YES! Inspired by, to be precise. I was hoping someone would hear it, that song was my perfect example, I was trying to create a heavy machine-like rhythm.
I love the fact you heard the resemblance, don't know why, actually :D
Thanks very much for the review and the fav! :D