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Hurt (Prex feat. Eshar)

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Uploaded
Jun 9, 2011 | 6:12 PM EDT
File Info
Song
4.1 MB
2 min 32 sec
Score
4.36 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 4.36 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
567 Plays | 36 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Industrial
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Author Comments

This is my first time really using a sample and actually messing with it and using it as a main part of a song. The sample is from looperman.com and the original artist of the poem/accapella is Elaine Sharp aka Eshar. I hope I did a good job in using her work for my own song. So please rate and review, I'd really appreciate it.

Sincerely,
Prex

Reviews


CyprexCyprex

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice song :)

Pretty good Piece of work from you,
The samples were fitting pretty well in my opinion. I think there are some instruments in the background occasionally, which is perfect since it adds something to the atmosphere of the sample.
After that there's a nice transition to the main part of the song.
In the main part, at 0:51 a rather interesting instrument appears. Can't remember having heard it before. Well, it fits nice in there.
The reintroduction of the sample at 1:21 with the beat and what i think are sweeps.
The only dislike in this song is the sample at the end, but that might be just me personally^^. Well, the song is awesome, thanks for making it. One of the few songs were i wouldn't prefer the instrumental version over the one with vocals.

Cyprex
5/5
10/10 DL'D


PainasaurusRex responds:

Thank you very much! I'm glad to hear someone liked it so much ^_^


OcularNebulaOcularNebula

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

pretty good

I like the lfo sweeps. The instruments, chord progression, and melody capture the feeling well. The sample could be a bit louder. This is up to artistic interpretation, but you could have the music fade out at the end while the sample plays (kinda like in the beginning). Otherwise, it feels empty. The whole point is to integrate the sample into the music, not have one play after the other.


PainasaurusRex responds:

Thank you for the review, the volume of the sample was one thing that was brought up to me from other people, I'll definitely bring it up, and update this. Also, I'll see what I can do about the end with keeping something going it's not just her talking. Thank you :D