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Glide (AVAT Theme) ~FNG~

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Uploaded
Jun 7, 2011 | 6:15 PM EDT
File Info
Song
4.8 MB
4 min 10 sec
Score
4.29 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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1,523 Plays | 156 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Trance
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Author Comments

LISTEN WITH HEADPHONES! TURN UP THE VOLUME!

This is *my theme for Jomillex and I's Tournament, the AVAT. Go to my page for more info on the contest, winners get prizes, and MONEY. Talk to me or Jomillex about joining. This song took exactly 1 day and 7 hours to create. Mastering was a bitch though. Size issues again, went up to 45 Megabytes. Thanks NG! <3

~FurryNG

Reviews


Omega-RavagerOmega-Ravager

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice!

The intro was good. Simple and it built a happy/upbeat yet serious (kinda) sounding mood.

When the drums kicked, it got my head bobbing and the banjo (or whatever) was good, and it sounded great with your choral music. (I also liked your drumwork, it was simple but sometimes that's the best)

I can really see some awesome and epic gaming to this. It's chill enough for background work, but also has a ton of energy if you're actually paying attention to it.

I really like it, it's got a simple beat and some awesome instruments. But it was awesome and I enjoyed every second of it!
You are really improving as an artist, and I just wanted to let you know never to give up, you really have some great talent, and I'm excited to be able to watch you grow as a fellow artist, it really gives me hope!

Excellent!

Omega

Also I always like to tell people when I do this cause I don't do it much, so I like to tell people when they do good enough to make the "list"
Dl'd to ipod, and it isn't your first work I've gotten either.


Omnivore responds:

Alright thanks! Also, the banjo, is actually.. *thinks for a moment*.. I have no f*cking idea X3.


TeHLoYTeHLoY

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hmm...

I like this song, sounds heavenly? Maybe it's just the pads. I don't know.

I think it's the instruments here that are unique, the synths, though weird sounding, actually complement this song.

And the progression sounds great too. You seem to stay away from cheesy progressions. It's a good thing, for I've heard the same progressions in a million songs on the radio. This was definitely a break from those dreaded progressions.

Another great song, it's superb!


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Omnivore responds:

Haha, yeah. The same Progression is catchy, but it gets old too quickly. I consider my music to be it's own sub-genre of Trance, but I don't know what to name it :S


ChamryChamry

Rated 5 / 5 stars

&quot;light and fluffy&quot;

this is what people up in heaven listen to! :3


Omnivore responds:

Probably XD....


NekoMikaNekoMika

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great work

However I would never ever recommend a user to put on headphones and turn up the volume all the way as it may damage the ears badly, then that would be one less person to enjoy music.

The intro is great since it starts with a simple chorus here. The chorus starts up the beat on a very light note as if an epic battle or game or adventure were about to start up.

Then the drums kick in and cause the chorus to kind of pick up a slightly new rhythm. The drums here sound quite good and almost as if it were a dance piece as well.

The synth sounds very cheery and kind of motivates you to feel quite happy with the way this piece works itself out to be a good song. Like when the synth breaks down and just bounces everywhere as if trying to pick up the atmosphere of the room and then use it to cause full happiness effect.

Enjoyed the little space down and up sounds used here. I also hear a bit of robot sounds in there as well.

I think you managed to do quite well here which is a great thing about a good song.

Overall, this song turned out quite well and I think it does make a nice theme as well, awesome.


Omnivore responds:

Thanks for another epic review!!!!


thegamistthegamist

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

something light I'd say

Cosmic mirrors was a darker song
this is somewhat lighter I like that to


Omnivore responds:

Meh, I thought both songs were pretty light. Thanks though!