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Date
07/01/2011
File Info
Song
11.6 MB
5 min 6 sec
Score
4.45 / 5.00

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Genres:
Electronic - Trance
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Author Comments

It is a sunny day outside!

A great day to submit my newest song Drifting On Cloud Nine!
again this song will be a Dream Trance.
I wish they would just add it to the genre list xD

so here it is
enjoy :D

- SG

Reviews


djThompsondjThompson

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 27, 2011

Really great, Another great Dream Trance song

Really great, I've been following you for a while now. checking to see if you have made another great track and this is yet another classic from you :)

(TSM....ssshhh!! :) )



chaosdrakathchaosdrakath

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 8, 2011

i always try to help

which is why my vote got this up to 4.52
i gotta admit it does hit me as more of an ambient than a trance but your the artist


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Gabe-CashGabe-Cash

Rated 4 / 5 stars July 8, 2011

sweeet

Makes me feel good inside. It is a bit too long in my opinion, cause after 3:00 it gets repetitive. Loved the main melody but...maybe you should consider a different synth for it cause this one is a bit cheesy. Anyway great vibes:)



ZachPayneZachPayne

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 2, 2011

Have to agree xD

They need to add dream trance to the genre list! Hahaha I'd love it if they did ^^ . Really nice dream trance dude, definitely right up my alley of music. The piano was really nice and everything seemed very balanced mixing-wise. When the climax hit I just had a giant happy eargasm with the melody, so very well done with that. Though personally I dislike the crowd noises in the background, but that's simply personal taste. I'm definitely going to be listening to more of your stuff after I'm done with this. Keep it up!


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SKILLZmakeKILLZ responds:

holy shit its zachpayne lol. thanks for your input :3 and yeah i agree about the crowd thing. thanks for the review!


IndigorainIndigorain

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 1, 2011

Few things here

Great song, honestly, I really like it. Great melodies, Nice use of filtering, nice and upbeat, good variation. I loved the outro I just heard. A few things to it though. I loved the outro I just heard.

I'd definately call this dance instead of trance. But of course, I'm not that much of a genre-whore, so that's not why I don't give you the full 10 stars.

Something I noticed here in your song (and in lots of others) is the fact that you use the same percussion for the breakbeat in the intro as for the rest of the song. But a dance-ish drumkick isn't very suited for a breakbeat drumpattern. I recommend taking completely other percussion next to your 'dance percussion' just for the breakbeat. You can give it a much nicer sound with a more compact and a little softer kick, along with a more breakbeat-y snare. It would give a much more professional impression in the intro, and mind that that's the first impression that listeners will take from your song, so it has to sound good.

Anyway, I've talked for too long, overall, despite your slightly cheesy chords (which are pretty essential for dance) and the breakbeat in the intro, it had great synths, beats, use of filtering and breaks, breakdowns, structure and a good use of effects. I really liked it.
Keep it up man! It sounds great!
5/5


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SKILLZmakeKILLZ responds:

i will improve as long as you keep up the reviews, because they are very helpful ^.^

i will keep in mind the intro breakbeat thing for future songs :3
but i cannot help the cheesy chords, because its just the style of music i like to make.

ty again.

- SG