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Uploaded
Aug 15, 2011 | 12:26 PM EDT
File Info
Song
5.6 MB
2 min 26 sec
Score
4.13 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.13 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
364 Plays | 19 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
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Author Comments

Started messing around with Fl Studios again, and this is what came out. It has probably the most basic simple dance beat that has ever been in existence ever, but I think the melodies came out alright. Be sure to leave me some suggestions and constructive criticisms, all reviews are much appreciated. Thanks!

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Icedragon200Icedragon200

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Its lacking a bit

From what I heard you've placed most of your focus on your lead.
Thats good, but at the same time you can't neglect the rest of the instruments.
One shots are a good way to beef up any song (just play a single note or sample)
For example taking your clap sample, and using full wet reverb, adds a airy effect.

Your kick lacks punch, its a good idea to throw some compression on it, and cut out the high frequencies, layer a short bass note under it will increase the feel.
For offbeat notes such as the bass you have now, using a low saw wave (around C4) with some attack will give a side chaining effect without the side chaining XD.
Double up your hand clap with a snare, cut both out of the low freq. range, and apply some compression.
Filling note gaps with other sounds is pretty nice technique.

D: Oh my... I went rantign... well I'm sure this was constructive...

There are many other things I could add but whew.... .x. I like your lead, beef up the song some more though =w=d


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Free2PlayFree2Play

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great melody!

You have an awesome melody going here with some pretty cool synths and that's totally worth something! The next thing for you I think is just pushing it a little further, this song is beginning for a few more synths to add on. Don't be afraid to throw in something new during the song, you might find an even better melody or sound.

Also I'm gonna tell you what slappmeddo (or however you spell his friggin' name) told me back then: Don't be afraid to layer sounds together. Specifically I'm talking about your drums sounds, there's nothing wrong with a basic beat but the sounds themselves aren't cutting it. The clap and the open hat definetely need some work, and throwing another higher clap or a sharper hat on top of those sounds could really do the trick!

Great song though keep it up!


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