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Fiends of the Desert

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Uploaded
May 15, 2011 | 6:38 AM EDT
File Info
Song
2.4 MB
2 min 36 sec
Score
3.08 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.08 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
367 Plays | 21 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Trance
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Author Comments

The Lost City is a story I made up back in late 2009, and that was around the same time I started making music, so I made up some tracks that sort of reflected the storyline. It took me about a 6 months, but then I just sort of gave up. I started using a new program, and I just left this album, sitting there, unfinished.

But halfway through 2011, I was listening to them again. They clipped and some of them weren't even complete. It was like C-3PO from Star Wars Episode I; there were parts showing everywhere, and although you could tell what it was supposed to be, it was quite obvious that it's just a prototype, but in the same way it's quite likable. So I decided to upload it as just that: something I was working on a few years ago and was proud of, but it's just a demo.

Right now, I'm like Anakin, going off the become a Jedi, but one day I'm going to come back and finish off what I've started here to make it gold.
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I made this before I ever heard about dubstep, but I guess that's kinda what it is. This is the part where the adventurers are in the desert and there are all of these weird and dangerous alien-like creatures.

Reviews


DonCarreraDonCarrera

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Attempt at Desert Vibe = Success

I like this one a lot more than those dubstep tunes. Overly nasty bass isn't everything in music!

You really did bring across the grimy, evil desert-vibe with the melody and the atmospheric synth in the back. However, many parts feel heavily layered to the point where you can almost tell the individual tracks apart - something you could fix easily through altering the melody here and there and making the sound of the entire mix a bit "fuller" so it meshes together better. The clap, despite the previous sentence and a bit too much compression/bitcrush, does fit in surprisingly well, so keep that bit in there for sure.

I don't there's anything else I can criticize. 4/5 - 7/10.