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Uploaded
Jul 29, 2011 | 11:30 AM EDT
File Info
Song
5.7 MB
4 min 12 sec
Score
4.19 / 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 4.19 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
753 Plays | 205 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Industrial
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Author Comments

With this song, I'm emerging from the status of music appreciator and publisher to music creator.

This is my first complete song, and was made in an evening in FL10 Demo. It uses solely samples and instruments preloaded in that version of FL10. I can't really edit this or efficiently create music until I get a full version of FL Studio, but advice on what went wrong and what went well is certainly appreciated!

I hope you enjoy!

Reviews


MisterJayElectroMisterJayElectro

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good work!

Better than my first work by far :P Of course, I always knew you had the talent with the music, the video, etc. Keep working, AtomicEntertainment!! Maybe someday you'll do better than me (as in, like, tomorrow if you sorta try)


AtomicEntertainment responds:

That might be true, although our first songs aren't exactly the same genre, so it is hard to compare. I'm not really going for dance as you can clearly tell. Also you weren't using FL for it either, so it's not really a fair comparison. Oh, I doubt I'll be better than you tomorrow--I've got film to focus on. Give it a week or two. =P (Just kidding, your recent songs are much better than I could do anytime soon.)


ChaotichismChaotichism

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Just starting out, huh?

Pretty good for your first audio submission with FL10. A demo at that. The main concern I have, besides the lack of EQ and balance between instruments, is the sound itself. Try to think of what sound you want to achieve, and work it out little by little. It sounds to me like you somewhat put these together "any old way." Not insulting the way you did things, though - there are some with no disregard for sound at all. I would just suggest choosing a note and working it through that note.

Keep working on it, though. Appreciation for music is a great first step, so do what makes you feel happy.


AtomicEntertainment responds:

You do have a point there, in saying that it seems pieced together. Honestly it is, because the three main tunes you hear are completely different, and not really connected in any way besides the fact that I overlay them on top of one another as the song progresses. I hope to be able to pick a tune and develop it rather than changing it in future songs. Thanks for the useful criticism!